Jami Roberts

Professional Biography

  • This is my 32nd  year in education in the North Thurston School District. This is my sixth year as Principal at Lakes Elementary.  Previously, I was Assistant Principal for one year and Dean of Students for three. In this role, I get the opportunity to work with all students and staff to help make Lakes a safe, positive learning environment where all can achieve their highest potential. The first six years of my career were as a first grade teacher at Woodland Elementary. Since then, I have been teaching at Lakes Elementary in a variety of levels. As a classroom teacher, I taught first and second grade, as well as, multi-age classrooms. For 11 years, I worked in the Learning Assistance Program supporting students with reading and/or math challenges. The last five years in the LAP program, I was also a Building Instructional Coach. As a coach, I worked with teachers supporting their professional development in the classroom, as well as, with grade levels and large groups on a chosen area of professional growth. I earned my Masters in education at the University of Portland in 2001 and earned my administrative credentials through the University of Washington Tacoma in 2014. I am proud to be the learning leader of the dedicated and compassionate teachers at Lakes Elementary.

Bonnie Hauschka

Professional Biography

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    I am excited to serve as your child’s assistant principal and I look forward to working with you this school year. This is my 25th year working in education and each day I am thankful to be part of such a wonderful profession. I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education, and a Master of Arts degree in Education, with an emphasis in Special Education.  I hold a teaching certificate in elementary education (K-8) and special education (K-12) and a Principal’s Certificate. In addition, I have experience working with students and staff members at a variety of grade levels and locations. Please contact me if you have concerns, questions or compliments for teachers.  Communication is important and I value your input.