While student teaching at the United Nations International School in New York City, Mrs. Cairo understood that children are truly our future. She worked with children of diplomats and ambassadors from all around the world while attending The King’s College in New York. She saw that children from diverse nations could learn to collaborate together in the classroom and play together on the playground. She knew that she wanted to be a part of molding these lives to be vessels used by God.
After graduation, Mrs. Cairo moved to the Bay Area and accepted a teaching position in Pacifica where she taught middle school for 25 years. She joined WPL in 2015 and is currently teaching 6th grade science and 7th grade math. While it is challenging, she has enjoyed the interaction with all the middle school students and feels blessed to be a part of this special community.
Mrs. Cairo currently resides in Daly City with her husband Rick, adult daughter Tomiko (USF Law School), adult son Christian (Pac Bay), and Chai (rabbit).