My name is Chelsea Schulte, but I usually go by Ms. Chelsea with the children. I completed my bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education-Special Education Unified from Kansas State University in 2014 and my master’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services, also from K-State, in 2016. After graduation I worked as an Early Childhood Special Education Teacher for the Manhattan-Ogden school district. I married my husband, Trevor, in the summer of 2017 and we relocated to Garnett for his job as a game warden for Anderson County. In my free time I enjoy fishing, yoga, and attending K-State football games.
Professionally, I have experience working with infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners in district and private settings. Outside of the classroom, I work part-time for Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities training child care providers through online courses on topics such as child development, behavior and guidance, and classroom environment design. Additionally, I serve on the board of directors for the Kansas Association for the Education of Young Children advocating for affordable, quality child care for all children.