• WCHE Specials Team 2023-2024

    This is a photo of the specials teaching team

    Pictured 1st row left to right:  Cathy Seidenberger, Erin Wyatt, and Chelsea Hill.  2nd row left to right:  Amanda Williams, Megan Dunn, and Missa Mayes.

     

    Megan Dunn – This is my 10th year with the LTISD.  I have been an educator for 20 years. The lovely artwork displayed throughout the WCHE campus is a testament to the talents of our WCHE Tigers.  My husband and I live in the West Cypress Hills neighborhood.  I have one son who is a 2023 LTHS graduate.  He will be attending the University of Arkansas this fall.

    Chelsea Hill – I am entering my 10th year of teaching, and my 9th here at WCHE! I always knew I wanted to be a music teacher, growing up in a home always full of music. I attended Sam Houston State University, where I received my Bachelor of Music in music education. My favorite instruments to play are flute, piano, ukulele, and voice. I live in Austin with my husband, Kory, and we love going hiking and taking on creative projects.  

    Mrs. Hill is the West Cypress Hills Elementary Teacher of the Year for 2023-2024.

    Missa Mayes -- I was born in Salt Lake City, Utah.  I got to Texas as fast as I could at 6 weeks of age.…  I grew up in Houston, Texas.  I graduated from Memorial High School and started at University of Arizona on a track scholarship.  I was injured at end of my junior year and transferred to Texas Tech University. I received my Master’s degree in counseling children and families.  I have worked in education 20 plus years.  I have two sons: Sutton who lives in North Carolina and Sam who is a junior at Texas State in San Marcos. My husband, Jon, is an electrical engineer, and we have two awesome dogs, Milo and Murphy.

    Cathy Seidenberger I have been a teacher for over 30 years, 25 of those years in Lake Travis.  I attended the University of Texas at Austin for my undergraduate degree in Applied Learning and Development and Sam Houston State University for my Master’s degree in Library and Information Science. I have been a classroom teacher, special education teacher, and bilingual teacher, with the newest role as school librarian. I and my husband have 2 children and live in the Spicewood area. Together, we enjoy reading, hiking, mountain biking, and traveling. I look forward to a great year with your child--full of books, stories, and adventures! “I love watching kids grow as readers, as learners, and as thinkers.”

    Amanda Williams -- My name is Coach Williams!  I have four kids and three of them are starting LTISD this year.  My family moved to Spicewood from the Houston area over the summer, and we love it here.  On the weekends you can find me cheering on the sidelines of a softball or baseball game or finding a fun new place around Lake Travis to hang out.

    Erin Wyatt -- I am super excited to be back in the classroom after 7 years of working in administration. During the years spent as a content specialist and then an AP, I never stopped pulling my GT groups at least once a week. My heart is always with my gifted learners. I feel blessed to be spending my 26th year of teaching at WCHE. I have a long drive each day, but the staff, students, and families that I have met make me happy to get up each morning and make my way to Lake Travis. Go Tigers!