Hello, my name is April Stewart. I grew up on Duck Valley Indian Reservation, otherwise known as Owyhee, Nevada. I am a United States Army Veteran and full time college student pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Ecological Restoration and a Minor in Sustainability from Oregon State University. I enjoy working at EIAA helping educate, increase social awareness, and encourage students to pursue their dreams. I often find that the students teach me new understandings and ways of thinking. I teach technology and physical education, helping prepare students for the future, encouraging physical activity and sports. Everyone who knows me knows that I love to be outside, I enjoy fly fishing, hiking, kayaking, backpacking, hunting, and most outdoor activities.
Recess Teacher / Aide
I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. I graduated from Pahrump Valley High school in 1981. After graduating from High School, I moved to Catalina Island for 27 years where I met my husband, and we started our family. We have three daughters and one son and now I have six grandchildren. I moved to Spring Creek in 2010 and hit the ground running. My first job was at Khoury’s in the Deli department then I found out that GBC had a preschool I applied to and worked for the childcare center and began attending education classes at GBC. I received my “AAS” in early childhood education and am still working on a bachelors in Humanities. It is my pleasure to be working at the Elko Charter School with the children in Elko and the surrounding areas.