Kathleen King

As a National Board Certified Social Studies/History teacher and self-proclaimed “Conservator of Effective Citizenship,” Kathleen King has more than a decade of experiences in middle and high school classrooms in Colorado and Washington. Preparing her students to be productive and informed citizens constitutes the foundation of her instructional philosophy, and inspires her daily lesson planning for Honors World Geography & History, AP World History, and U.S. Government.

Born in Colorado Springs, Kathleen earned a B.A. in history and a B.S. in journalism from the University of Colorado-Boulder, an M.A. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, and recently completed an M.A. in history at the University of Colorado-Boulder as a James Madison Memorial Fellow. After the dismissal bell, Kathleen is a fanatic for trail running and often persuades her husband and dogs to accompany her.

Proud to be a Falcon!”
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Office Location
Room 220; Plan Periods: A3, B7