GVCS Education Facilitators (EFs)
Christine Albright, Education Facilitator
Melissa Barnett, Education Facilitator
Melissa Barnett has been working in education since 2000, and carries a Masters in Education, Multiple Subject teaching credential in addition to experience as a high school guidance counselor and academic tutor. Though her experiences are varied, her passion is found in partnering with homeschooling families as a source of encouragement and support. Mother of 4, and fellow homeschooler, Melissa is thankful for a vocation that meaningfully ties her love of homeschooling with her professional background.
Anne Alday, Education Facilitator
Laura Guy, Education Facilitator
Laura Guy lives in Camarillo with her husband and five children. A fellow home-schooler for eleven years,she loves her job working with so many wonderful families as they take a central role in the education of their children. She is pleased to have been working with Golden Valley since 2002 and looks forward to doing so for many more years to come
April Golden, Education Facilitator
April has been an educator since 2014. She loves working as an Education Facilitator at GVCS, while supporting students and parents in their homeschooling journey. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, hiking, and being outside.
Jacqueline Halpin, Education Facilitator
Hayley Hamilton, Education Facilitator
Hayley Hamilton began teaching math at Emerson middle school in LAUSD in 2002 while attending UCLA to complete her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. After 3 years she moved to Ventura and taught at Rio De Valle Jr. High while completing a Masters in School Administration. In 2006 she became a mom and was lucky enough to work part time at Ventura Charter School. In 2012 she joined the GVCS team. She feels fortunate to have the flexibility to work in education with wonderful homeschool families while also being mom to 3 fantastic children. In her spare time she loves to spend time with her family, hiking, snowboarding or playing at the beach.
Angie Lee, Education Facilitator
I live happily with my husband in Yorba Linda. We have three amazing, grown children. I have been in education since 1989. I spent 10 years of that time homeschooling my own children. I am so grateful for the opportunity to work for Golden Valley Charter School and with the amazing families who have the courage to take an active role in their children’s education.
Norma McBride, Education Facilitator
Appolina Osborne, Education Facilitator
Michelle Quagliata, Education Facilitator
Kirstin Halfon, Education Facilitator
Tamie Wofford, Education Facilitator
I have been in education since 1997, I have worked in a public classroom setting and at Golden Valley since 2010. I have three wonderful children that keep me very busy as a taxi, baseball mom, and homework helper, and in my free time I enjoy long distance swimming. My favorite part of my job is working with families, watching the students grow and learn, and helping parents create an educational program that best fits their child’s learning style.
Kelly Villalovos, Education Facilitator
I have been in the education field since 1994 and with Golden Valley Charter School since 2013. I couldn’t be happier to be a part of such an amazing and supportive staff! I homeschool my own 4 children and am familiar with all the joys and frustrations that may come along with homeschooling. I love being the cheerleader for parents and students who choose this route. In my free time, I like to read, watch movies, take road trips, go camping and take an occasional cruise now and then.
Erin Tillman, Education Facilitator
Racheal Yard, Education Facilitator
Joyce Salsberry, Education Facilitator
Joyce Salsberry has been with Golden Valley Charter School since 2003. She is a great proponent of charter schools and homeschooling and she enjoys sharing her own homeschooling experience with her Golden Valley families. Joyce uses the opportunity, accountability and support Golden Valley offers to better provide families with the knowledge and encouragement they need to teach their own children. She looks forward to many more years as a part of the GVCS family.