• WCHE 4th Grade Team 2018-2019

    This is a photo of our 4th grade teaching staff.

     

     

     

     

    Pictured front row l – r:  Ashley Graham and Diane Clendennen.  Back row l – r:  Ashley Gallenkamp, Bonnie Mottola, Sharryn Cash, Krista Crump, and Kailey Arrivo

     

    Kailey Arrivo – Ms. Arrivo has been teaching 6 years.  A graduate of the University of Iowa, Ms. Arrivo was named WCH Teacher of the Year for 2015-2016.

     

    Sharryn Cash – Mrs. Cash came to us from Kansas City, Missouri.  She, her husband, and her three children moved to Texas in 2006.   Mrs. Cash loves teaching 4th grade at WCHE.

     

    Diane Clendennen – Born in Alabama, Mrs. Clendennen is married and has two daughters, one step-daughter,  one step-son, and two Yorkies.  She loves eating out and watching Alabama football.

     

    Krista Crump – Mrs. Crump grew up in Plano, Texas, and went to Sam Houston State University where she met her husband.  They’ve been happily married 20 years and have two daughters.  She taught in the Richardson ISD 4 years and in San Antonio 5 years.  This is her 2nd year teaching at WCHE and in the LTISD.

     

    Ashley Gallenkamp – Now in her 12th year of teaching, Mrs. Gallenkamp is married and has three precious children.  She is a graduate of the University of Texas, and her family “bleeds burnt orange.”  She enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her sweet fur baby, gardening, attending church, and watching movies.

     

    Ashley Graham – Mrs. Graham and her husband have two sweet boys and live in Dripping Springs.  This is her 10th year of teaching.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, baking with her sons, traveling, and crafting.

     

    Bonnie Mottola – Ms. Mottola is a native Austinite—born and raised in Austin.  She is a graduate of Texas Tech University and has two childen:  Mark who attends LTMS and Jacquelyn who attends WCHE.  Ms. Mottola has lived in Tokyo, Japan; Boston, Massachusetts; and in southern California.  She loves children, especially 4th Graders and feels honored to be a WCHE teacher.