About Danielle Kaliterna

Danielle Kaliterna has worked in the field of education for more than two decades. Since 2003, Danielle Kaliterna has served as an elementary school teacher with the Redding School of the Arts in California. Her career in education began with a role as a Tutorial Supervisor at Shasta County Library in Redding in 1986. There, Ms. Kaliterna trained volunteer tutors to teach in an adult reading program and assessed the reading abilities of students.

Throughout her career, Danielle Kaliterna has held a number of teaching positions, focusing on kindergarten through fifth grade. Early in her career, she taught at four schools in Redding. In 1988, she became a fifth grade teacher at Manzanita Elementary School. Subsequently, she went on to teach second, fourth, and fifth grades at Cypress Elementary School. Besides serving as a teacher in charge, she was also a Social Studies Committee member, mentor, cooperative teacher, and Just Say No Advisor at Cypress Elementary School. Just Say No is a national educational program designed to discourage children from engaging in risky behaviors. In 1998, Danielle Kaliterna began working as a second grade teacher at Junction Elementary School in Palo Cedro.

Danielle Kaliterna is actively involved in her local community. She attends Westside Church in Redding, where she assists with the children’s program. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeast Asian Christian Ministry as Secretary. She also contributes to a number of organizations, including the American Heart Association, American Cancer Society, and the National Park System. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and participating in outdoor activities such as kayaking.

An alumnus of Humboldt State University in Arcata, Danielle Kaliterna earned her Bachelor of Arts in 1982. At the institution, Ms. Kaliterna studied early childhood education and psychology. From 1987 to 1988, she attended California State University, Chico, where she earned her multiple subject teaching credential.


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