In order to follow this command, we must build relationships. Our teachers intentionally foster relationships with their students and help their students develop healthy relationships with each other and with the Lord. They all feel a deep sense of calling to PCS and to its families and therefore are truly partners with parents in the education of their children. We offer continuing education to our teachers annually, but they often pursue it on their own! Teachers pray for their students, are not afraid to address tough issues and genuinely love what they do and their students. Because God first loved us, we can love others.
Ms. Preg is from S. Florida and loves the ocean! She graduated from Covenant College twice, with a B.A. in Sociology in 1987 and in 2016 received her M.Ed. in Administration. After living in Atlanta and raising a son and two daughters for thirty years, the Lord opened a door for her to work at the Christian International School of Prague 2016-2018. This is the fifth Christian school where Ms. Preg has served since 2000. Each experience from coordinating volunteers to coaching Cross Country to tutoring students with learning challenges has helped prepare her to serve Parkview as the new principal this year.
Assistant Principal & Curriculum Director
Mrs. Baldwin was one of the founding members of PCS and has 18 years teaching experience. She is married and has 4 children (one she “adopted” after he was at our school as part of our Korean exchange program). She herself was adopted at age 32! Mrs. Baldwin is one of the few people we know who has climbed a pyramid. Mrs. Baldwin has a BS in Education from Gordon College.
Miss Schoone has a BS in Elementary Education from Berry College. She has started her teaching career at Parkview this year, and is thankful for her background in covenant schools for grades 1-12, including Perimeter Christian School (also part of Child Light) in grades 1-8. One of her favorite experiences in education was teaching English in Chengdu, China during the summer of 2018. She enjoys being a summer camp counselor and recently earned a certification to teach archery! Welcome to Kindergarten Miss Schoone!
After receiving a BA degree in education from Southeastern Louisiana University, Mrs. Baso taught for nine years in the Louisiana public school system. Once she moved to Georgia, she was blessed to homeschool her two children and also taught at both the elementary and middle school level. As a New Orleans native she misses the good food of the Crescent City!
Mrs. Walker is a graduate of Vanderbilt University where she played rugby! She has been teaching for 13 years and is also a certified Orton-Gillingham tutor. She is married and has four grown children and a grandson! She has eight siblings and loves big families! Mrs. Walker is also a steward of the Lydia Project in Cambodia. Known as Coach Walker by her students, she taught PE at PCS for two years. This is her second year teaching 1st grade.
Mrs. Walker (otherwise known as the butterfly teacher) has a BS in Early Childhood Education from Eastern Michigan University and has been teaching at PCS for 16 years. She is married and has five children and five grandchildren. She loves dogs, reading and baking and enjoys growing plants for butterflies, bees, birds and especially children!
Mrs. Boot has a BS in elementary education from Bryan College. She taught at PCS after graduation and has been involved with the school as a teacher, board member, and parent for more than twenty years. She is thrilled to return to the classroom as a second grade teacher. Her oldest son attended PCS, and her younger son is now in middle school at PCS. She also loves serving her church alongside her husband who is the pastor at Grace Bible Church in Lawrenceville.
Second grade teacher
Mrs. Moore graduated from Kingswood University in New Brunswick, Canada with a BA in Christian Education. She home-schooled her four children for 10 years and has taught in Christian schools for 14 years. She and Steve met at Kingswood and have been married for 35 years. She is excited to be part of the PCS team.
Mrs. Endara has a Bachelor’s Degree in English Education from Mercyhurst College and an ESL Certificate from California State University. She also has training in the Orton Gillingham approach to reading. Mrs. Endara has 16 years of teaching experience, 10 of those years at PCS and also home-schooled her four children for 10 years. She has been married for 39 years!
Mrs. Dye has a BA in English Education and a Masters in Reading Instruction. She has taught everything from 3rd grade up to technical college! She also taught English in Buenos Aires.She also homeschooled her two sons for a grand total of 30 years of teaching experience! She is a native Atlantan and once had a job judging a shamrock growing contest – which is even more interesting when you find out that her birthday is on St. Patrick’s Day!
Mrs. Mize graduated from Shorter University and has been teaching for 20 years! Her husband is the worship pastor at Mount Zion and they have 2 children, and 2 gorgeous granddaughters. She has been her church pianist for over 35 years. Mrs. Mize is on a mission to hike the National Parks in the US and she recently took a mule ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Mrs. Gray is our “sporty” lady. She has a BA in Marketing from Kent State University and studied to get her teaching certificate from the Association of Christian Schools International. She played basketball in college, takes spin classes now and works out daily. She also loves to attend sporting events! She has been married for 30 years and has 2 children. She taught kindergarten for many years but now teaches 5th grade at PCS and loves it.
MS Language Arts
Mrs. Keating graduated from Southeastern University with a BA in Psychology and Bible and a minor in Sociology and Music Performance. She loves people and values the gifts of relationships and community. She enjoys the beach, cooking and hosting people in her home. When she’s not busy caring for her family (husband-Jeff, Hutson-6 and Holland-4), she enjoys a good movie, deep conversation, and hearty laughter with those she loves. Welcome to PCS Mrs. Keating!
Middle School History
Mrs. Morris has a BA in Elementary Education from Covenant College and a Masters in Education from Mercer University. She has taught Kindergarten, 1st grade, 3rd grade and now middle school. Mrs. Morris received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award in 2017 from the DAR. She has lived in Georgia all her life and has two grown daughters and a new son in law. Mrs. Morris recently learned to play paintball with her middle school students!!
Middle School Math & Science
Mrs. Schirm has a BS in Education from King University and a Masters in Education from GA State University. She has been teaching at PCS for 7 years and before that she taught 14 years in the Gwinnett County Public Schools. She has been married for 22 years and all 3 of her children attended PCS. Mrs. Schirm played volleyball in college and has lent her expertise as the PCS girls’ volleyball coach. She is proud of the fact that she has visited 42 states with plans to hit all 50!
Middle School Bible
Mrs. Dombrowski graduated from Wake Forest University with a BA in French and also completed her education coursework and teaching certificate at UNC-Charlotte. She taught French for eight years in North Carolina and Spanish at PCS. We call her our Rennaisance woman because she has also taught music, and is currently teaching Middle School Bible, along with being an accomplished tennis player and knitter! She is married and has three sons who all attended PCS!
Mrs. Fultz has a doctorate in Biblical counseling and her “other job” is with a counseling practice. She has a love for technology and gadgets, but she also taught computer technology for 6 years to inner city youth. She has been a youth pastor for 26 years and has been married for 34! Mrs. Fultz has four children and her youngest daughter attended PCS for middle school.
Mr. Morris has been called by God to be an educator for over thirty years. He joins PCS as our Art teacher, after teaching Culinary Arts, Visual Arts, Music and Drama. He has a BA in Applied Behavioral Sciences from National Lewis, an A.A. in Restaurant Cooking skills from the Baltimore International Culinary College and is a Certified Culinary Educator with the American Culinary Federation. He loves to draw and paint and plays drums, guitar and mandolin. He uses his gifts in several different church music ministries. Jim and Donna have been married for 44 years; they have three children and five grandchildren. The Lord called Mr. Morris to be His on January 13, 1971.
Mrs. Black started teaching music at PCS in January of 2020. She is a native of North Carolina and earned her BS in K-12 music education from Southern Wesleyan University. She has 14 years of teaching experience in public, private, and homeschool settings. In addition to caring for her three young children, she is a flautist, conducts a youth choir, and is the children’s director for her church. She loves every kind of musical instrument she finds and also enjoys outdoor activities such as camping and kayaking.
Mrs. Morris has a BA in English and Theater from Western Maryland College and took classical guitar instruction from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, Maryland. She has been teaching for 28 years! She has been married for 42 years and has 3 children and 5 grandchildren. Mrs. Morris has a love for reptiles and has had the following as pets: African clawed frogs, tree frogs, a gopher turtle, various box turtles, fire-bellied toads, newts, salamanders, and a four-foot long iguana named Mrs. Nelson!
Ms. Gibson is a native of State College, PA. She earned a B.A. in Spanish from Penn State University and a M.Ed. in Spanish and English from Emory University. Ms. Gibson is a veteran teacher, having taught for 6 years at Peachtree High School and for 24 years at Tucker High School. She was also the Head Cheerleading Coach, Varsity Gymnastics Coach, and eventually the Athletic Director during her teaching tenure. Ms. Gibson is enjoying a slower pace and teaching younger students at PCS. One student could be heard saying, “I never want to go to the bathroom during your class because I might miss something!”
Mrs. Montgomery has been part of the school since 2000. She is married to our volunteer IT guy and all three of her children attended PCS. She has served on the school board and for the last eight years as the school’s exceptional bookkeeper. She enjoys working in the nursery at her church, making bread with freshly ground wheat berries and spending time with her family.