Liza Spratlin

Liza Spratlin graduated from The University of Mississippi with a Bachelors of Liberal Arts in English in 2010. She furthered her education at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, Liza always had a passion for working with children. As a young adult, Liza was a nanny for several families as well as a lifeguard and camp counselor at The Westminster School Summer Camp. Liza has also taught in preschools in Atlanta and Austin.

Further, Liza has dedicated a large amount of her time to volunteering. She has worked with the Girl Scouts for 12 years as well as St. Anne’s Episcopal Church Preschool and EYC Youth Group. She worked with The Scottish Rite in Atlanta, reading to children, guiding art projects and assisting with parties. She has enjoyed contributing to her community with her artistic talents as well; she has painted furniture and helped with cookouts at the Emmaus House in Atlanta and painted a mural at the Atlanta Homeless Shelter.

In August 2015, Liza had the opportunity to move to Austin. Since then, she has enjoyed teaching preschool and has mentored children at Dell Children’s Hospital. She also enjoys fulfilling her passion for animals by volunteering each month at the Austin Humane Society.

Liza joined Lupine Lane in the fall of 2017 as the Owls’ Assistant Teacher. She had a wonderful year guiding the children through topic studies on folk tales and dance and artists and artistic styles in history. She taught all ages that attended our summer camps (ages 2 to 8 years) and enjoyed each unique developmental level thoroughly. In the fall 2018, Liza became the Co-Teacher in the Hummingbirds. She is thrilled to begin working on planning topic studies and guiding the children as they make the lessons come to life.

Liza is excited for the year ahead; she is thrilled to work with children, guiding them through the curriculum as they learn, grow and thrive.


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