Margaret Kulkin is a Washington State Certified Teacher. She received her teacher certification at Seattle Pacific University. Additionally, Margaret completed 37 credits in Special Education through university coursework completed through Western Washington University.
Margaret taught 5th and 6th grade for seven years before the opening of Northwest K-8 Learning Support in 2008.
Diagnostic tests, goals aligned to Washington State Standards, and skill-based materials were developed by Northwest K-8 Learning Support to help meet the need for positive, intensive, and targeted instruction to provide academic interventions and learning support services.
Margaret enjoys teaching students with diverse backgrounds, ages, and interests in a variety of school communities throughout Western Washington and at her office in Edmonds, WA. Margaret has worked with the Hamlin Robinson Learning Center to assist students with language-based learning differences or dyslexia. She continues to work with students from a variety of districts and private schools to help support their learning and academic progress.
Margaret began her teaching career in the arts as an extension of her work and training in dance performance. She taught dance at St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf and at numerous other settings, including: recreation centers, art centers, and in classrooms as an artist in the schools.
Margaret and her husband, Brad Kulkin, live in Edmonds. They have a daughter and son-in-law that live nearby, in Seattle. Their daughter works as a therapist and their son-in-law works in software development.