Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Emphasis in Earth Science (University of Northern Colorado) Master of Education in Learning and Technology (Western Governor's University)
Mrs. Kaylyn Kingman
I'm a native to Colorado, born and raised by young parents in Pueblo with a few different spots along the way (Georgia and Hawaii) as my dad served in the Army as an Infantryman and on the wrestling team. Both of my parents are coaches, educators and administrators. I attended the University of Northern Colorado with a scholarship to play Division I softball (outfield). While at UNC I earned my Bachelor's of Science in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Earth Science. In addition to earning my degree I met my husband, Neal Kingman, who is a Greeley West alumni. Neal earned his Bachelor's in Business Management while on a scholarship to play Division I basketball for the bears. Currently, Neal works within the community at the Bank of Colorado. Neal and I have the honor of raising three children together, two of which are fraternal boy and girl twins in addition to two fur babies (boxer-Luca and miniature schnauzer-Leo).
I'm in my ninth year of teaching and I've had experiences in teaching Pre-AP science classes, intergrated arts science classes, Earth Sciences, Biology, Astronomy and Meteorology. I've earned my Masters of Education in Learning and Technology from Western Governor's University in 2018. I've been recognized as Teacher of the Month from Loveland Rotary, Teacher of the Week through 99.9 and was nominated for Colorado Teacher of the Year and Thompson School District Teacher of the Year in 2019.
This will be my first year as the head coach for West with eight years of coaching experience. I've had the opportunity to coach in back-to-back 4A State Championships for Mountain View High School with a win in 2017 and runner-up in 2018.
In addition to teaching and coaching, I am one of the new IB Coordinators in our building and will focus primarily on the Middle Years Program (MYP) where I will collaborate with Dos Rios and Brentwood in our efforts to support and encourage global mindedness, community involvement and service in our students.
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