Degrees and Certifications:
Ms. Danielle Haskin
Ms. Haskin grew up in South San Francisco and spent her childhood attending Saint Veronica School. During that time she was very active on her school's sports teams and studying dance at Schumacher's School of Dance (now Tiffany's). She spent her high school years at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory in San Francisco and graduated in 1998 with honors. As in grade school, Ms. Haskin's time was consumed with playing softball and dancing. She moved to Los Angeles after graduation to attend Loyola Marymount University where she double-majored in Communication Studies and Dance. Upon completion in 2002, Ms. Haskin continued to live in Los Angeles working and performing as a principal dancer for Meh-Tropolis Dance Theatre, a contemporary ballet dance company.
In 2004 Ms. Haskin decided teaching was most definitely the path she wanted to take and earned her teaching credential from CSU Northridge by 2007. After her first year of teaching was complete (First Grade, Saint Mark School, Venice Beach) Ms. Haskin moved home to South San Francisco and taught for two years at Ponderosa Elementary School (First Grade). In 2010 Ms. Haskin began teaching Kindergarten at School of the Epiphany in the Excelsior neighborhood of San Francisco. In 2011 she went back to school to earn a Masters in Teaching Reading from USF. Living in San Mateo since 2009, and desiring to work closer to home, 2013 marked her first year as the Kindergarten teacher at Saint Charles School.