Mrs. Shannon Kolotyluk is the newest addition to the staff at TFHCS. She is experienced in teaching grades 2-12, with a focus on Literacy, Social Studies, and the Arts. Mrs. K has also enjoyed her work as a music educator in Houston TX, at the Red Deer College Conservatory of Music, with Treehouse Youth Theatre, as owner-operator of Cantare Music Studios, and as co-founder of the summer music intensive Rock Camp Alberta. Relocated to Morinville in 2019, Mrs. Kolotyluk and her husband are enjoying raising their three boys in this community.
Pam currently serves as the Principal for The Father’s House Christian School, a small private K-8 school, and two home school divisions with over 1500 home education students. Her background lies in public education where she taught junior and senior high math and science, and elementary physical education for 10 years. She has four children: Brandon, Brier, Emily, and Gavin with her husband Darryl. Pam is passionate about providing an excellent education while equipping lifelong disciples for Jesus.
Andrea is the new Kindergarten teacher at TFHCS but no stranger to the grade. She has over 20 year’s experience working with young children. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree, specializing in Psychology, from St. Thomas University, N.B. and an Elementary Education degree from the University of Maine, U.S.A. Andrea has 2 sons, Evan and Lincoln, with her husband Kiff. She loves working in Kindergarten because “every day is an exciting new adventure for the children as they get to experience different things for the first time. It’s a joy and blessing to help them grow!”
I am a graduate of TFHCS, having attended here from Grade 1-12. I then attended Trinity Western University and graduated with a B.A. and a B.Ed. I returned to my home town and have been teaching at TFHCS for 10 wonderful years. I love the opportunities TFHCS gives me to introduce students to the wonder of a relationship with God and to encourage every student to become life long learners. I believe God has called me to serve, inspire and love His precious children as they become world-changers for Jesus.
Hello! I am the Grade 1 teacher here at TFHCS. I graduated from the University of Alberta in the spring of 2020. This is my second year of teaching at this school. It is my joy and passion to help students achieve their learning goals and to grow in their relationship with God. It is my hope to create a classroom full of curiosity, encouragement, and success. I feel so blessed to be a part of this amazing school! My favourite part of teaching is creating a relationship with each student and watching them grow and learn throughout the year.
Having graduated from the University of Alberta in 2019, this will be my third year teaching at The Father’s House Christian School. I am grateful and eager for the opportunity that God has given me to serve in a school where I will get to see, encourage, and walk alongside students as they grow in their academics and relationship with God. With a love for physical activity and sports I am very excited to be teaching physical education this year in addition to teaching in the Senior Learning Centre.
I love when students have a revelation of something new that they have learnt, whether about God, in their academics, or in their everyday lives! It is a joy to see the excitement on their faces as they learn and grow personally, academically, and in their relationship with God.
I am a mother of 5 children and began working as an EA 8 years ago. Each of my children attended a Christian school. What a blessing to be a part of each students’ spiritual and educational journeys! I serve at a place where God and His word are honoured, and each student “grows up in the presence of the Lord.” 1 Sam 2:21
Hi! My name is Hannah Fraser. I am so excited to be working at The Father’s House Christian School this year! In 2018/2019 I attended The Father’s House Discipleship School and through that really developed a heart for working with children and TFHCS. I grew up in Morinville attending this very school myself, so it’s amazing to have the opportunity to pour into students the same way staff and teachers poured into me growing up.