Sixth Grade Teachers
Kristin Sullivan - Math & Science Teacher Ms. Sullivan was born in Portland, Oregon and moved to the Bay Area when she was five. She earned her B.A. in psychology at CSU, Fresno and received her multiple subject CLAD teaching credential at Sonoma State University. She fondly remembers her elementary school teachers, and it was her 6th grade teacher in particular that motivated her to become an educator. She has been teaching since 1998 mostly in upper elementary and middle school. She believes in getting to know the whole child in order to find their spark of interest and use those interests to create lifelong learners. In her free time, she loves to camp and hike with her two boys, read, and scrapbook her many pictures.
Dianna Darrow - English Teacher Mrs. Darrow is from the Golden State of California where she has earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Multiple Subject Teaching Credentials with CLAD. She has taught in San Diego, CA for three years as a visiting teacher, and taught English and Science to Sixth Graders. She was part of Learning On the Go, which allowed her to fully embed technology into her classroom curriculum. Mrs. Darrow is looking forward to sharing her enthusiasm and passion for teaching English with the SRFACS community.
Bertrand Lohier - French Teacher
M. Lohier was born in Région Centre, near Paris. After getting his high school diploma he studied English Literature and Civilization in Rouen, Normandy for three years. Then he obtained a bachelor’s degree in education with completion of a teacher certification program. Since 2009, he has taught multilevel classes from TK to fifth grade. He has also taught in a special education class for teenagers. He likes to make his students feel good and eager to go to school every day. His desire is to help all the students to attain their full potential. In his free time, he enjoys running, hiking, roller skating and traveling with his wife Christelle and their children. He also loves American Literature, especially Californian writers.