I am Christi Kohley and I am honored to teach PK-4th grade Special Education at Mountain View School. I was born and raised in Red Lodge; although, I did spend part of my early childhood in rural Wyoming. After graduating from RLHS in 2002, I pursued my degree in Secondary Education in English Teaching while attending The University of Montana. I completed my student teaching in Missoula and taught middle school English Language Arts and Social Studies, followed by teaching high school and middle school English Language Arts and Fine Arts in Belfry for 3 years. I had been working as a substitute teacher for Red Lodge Schools for several years until I began working as a Special Education Paraprofessional at Mountain View. In graduate studies, I am now working toward my PK-12th Special Education endorsement through MSU-B and the OPI Special Education Endorsement Project Program. Working for the students and families of Mountain View School has been a pleasure, and I promise to embrace my role at the school. I look forward to a wonderful year!
*Students and Families: Please view my lesson plans, daily, for assigned work and brief instructions, which are listed according to their respective color-coordinated groups. I will visit with each of my students and their families on a weekly basis. Please feel free to call, text, or email me anytime between the hours of 9:00-3:00. If I am in a meeting and unable to answer, I will return your attempt to contact me as soon as possible. Take good care of yourselves and each other!