Hōkū (3’s)

 

France Feig
Hōkū Class Teacher, 3's

France was raised on the island of Moloka’i and moved to Oahu to pursue her college education. She was a student intern and assistant at UHMCC while earning her BA degree in Early Childhood and Early Elementary Education. She recently graduated and is extremely excited to grow, collaborate and be a part of the community here at UHMCC. She believes that it is of much importance to nurture children’s creativity and to recognize that their curiosity is a map to exciting adventures.
megMeg Crisostomo
Hōkū Class Teacher, 3's


A Hawaii transplant, Meg was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University with her B.A. in Child and Adolescent Development and is recently completed an M.A. in Youth, Children, and Family Ministry. She enjoys learning about human development and the components that go into healthy and happy growth. She feels very lucky to be part of the UHMCC community where she is able to watch children play, explore the world around them, and cultivate new experiences. In her free time you can find her at the beach reading a good book or driving around exploring the island.

 

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