Kendra Lubalin

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Kendra Lubalin

Sixth Grade Reading and Debate Teacher, Upper School Art Apprentice

Kendra Lubalin grew up in the Washington D.C. area, received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College with a focus on both child development and theater, and moved to the Bay Area in 1993. She is currently enrolled in the M.A. credential program in education at Mills College. Ms. Lubalin studied painting and drawing at CCA, and completed a yearlong training in coaching through the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI). She worked in the field of Jewish education for 25 years, the last 10 as a program director. She is a mother of two children who are current students at BPC and, in stolen bits of personal time, she writes fiction and essays. Ms. Lubalin joined the BPC upper school faculty in 2017.

Teaching Since

1993

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Why I Work with Children

Middle schoolers are at that moment of individuation, where they are coming to understand their values, their identities, and their passions, separate from those they love. I love getting to bear witness to and support that transition, honor the challenges of it, and hold a safe space for them through their failures and successes, as they strive toward self-actualization.

A Favorite Book

Ishmail by Daniel Quinn because it was one of the first books that upended everything I thought I understood.

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Working on a young adult utopian-dystopian novel

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Kendra Lubalin

Kendra Lubalin

Sixth Grade Reading and Debate Teacher, Upper School Art Apprentice

Working on a young adult utopian-dystopian novel

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