Ms. Gaub teaches Middle School visual arts (6th through 8th) She loves cycling, gardening, creating art and playing with her dogs, Cosmo and Frankie.
She graduated from The Evergreen State College in 1989, with a Fine Arts Degree with courses covering performance and visual arts such as Film/video, Drawing/painting, Fashion Design along with Small Business Management and Education. For the next decade, Ms. Gaub was involved in the arts community in Seattle, showing and selling her art work in galleries, ... read moreco-ops and cafes. After years of working in retail, including managing a Seattle Art Gallery, she returned to school in 1999. Graduating from City University a year later with a Master in Teaching, she began her teaching years.
Currently, she teaches Exploratory Arts for the Everett School District. Students in Visual Arts explore a variety of mediums in the Teaching For Artistic Behavior Classroom by accessing studios and meeting challenges based on themes and genres. In Digital Art, students explore visual arts mediums that require technology, such as animation, photography, video and podcasting. In Computer Technology, students learn basic computer skills including publishing, research and using the internet safely.