Ms. Erin Watt works in the Eden Prairie school district on the K-6 District Special Education Assessment Team. Prior to this position, she was a special education teacher at Cedar Ridge Elementary in the Eden Prairie Schools for seven years. She has been teaching for 14 years and loves working with kids! She was nominated for Eden Prairie Teacher of the Year Legacy Award in 2011. When Erin is not working or planning camp, she stays very busy with her infant son. She enjoys biking, running, and swimming, and even does triathlons. Erin has her undergraduate degree in Special Education from University of Wisconsin- Madison. She also has her Masters in Educational Leadership from Saint Mary’s University and an Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate from Hamline University. This is Ms. Watt’s eighth year of organizing and running Connections: Social Skills Camp. She is working on being more like Superflex in her own life.
Ms. Rebecca Willette was a special education teacher for 12 years and is passionate about meeting the needs of diverse learners. She is currently busy raising a toddler and is looking forward to the arrival of her second child this summer. For fun, Rebecca enjoys reading, gardening, and being outdoors by a lake! She received her Undergraduate degree from University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, her Masters in Special Education from Bethel University, and her Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate from Hamline University in 2010. This is also Mrs. Willette’s eighth year of organizing and running Connections: Social Skills Camp. She is working on shattering Glassman and defeating Worry Wall in her own life.