Teaching Staff

Jaimie Bigelow, Head Teacher

image5

Jaimie has been in the field of education for 20 years, and her passion is specifically for Christian education. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Western Oregon University and has taken some graduate classes towards a master’s degree/reading endorsement as well. Although she has taught in both public and private classrooms (both single grade level and blended grade classrooms), she has found that the individualized teaching and one-room school model at  Outlook Christian School enables her to build the necessary relationships to really have an impact on her students’ lives. Jaimie's credentials include Licensed teacher in the state of Oregon, Teaching Certification, and ACSI Certification. 

Sheryl Mullin, Home Ec & LA Teacher

image6

Sheryl graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1983 with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education. She taught in Kansas and Nebraska for several years before moving to the Northwest and teaching at Cascade Christian High School and Willamette Valley Christian School. Then, after seeing a need to help children on another level, she received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in May of 2004. She opened and operated Infocus Counseling for 14 years. She enjoys working with families and children and especially in mediation.  

Lynne Hall, Piano Teacher

image7

 Growing up in West Salem, Lynne and her siblings were all required to take piano lessons and then later were allowed to switch to another instrument if they wanted. She took violin lessons and played in the school orchestra. She continued with piano classes at Oregon State University where she got a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology. Later, her daughter's piano teacher talked Lynne into taking on her students when she decided to quit teaching. At that time Lynne began a life-long pursuit of music, learning to teach and play piano music from a variety of sources both private and group and has had 35 years of bringing music to many, many students.