Rene' Rynestad is a certified Early Childhood Special Education teacher in the state of Virginia. She began with a BS degree in Elementary Education and Hearing Impairment and worked for 6 years with Manassas Park City Schools as she earned a Master's in Education (M.E.) in Early Childhood Special Education from George Mason University. She has been employed with Prince William County Schools for the past 25 years, achieving 31 years of experience and team building in this community.
René is a lifelong learner who actively participates in current professional development courses and trainings. She is a member of the National Association For The Education Of Young Children. Rene' is also a VCPD Certified Early Childhood Professional Development Provider. She has worked with children and families having a variety of disabilities and is part of a full network of professionals that will be a benefit to your child as she moves forward with Kids in Full Bloom. Rene' is totally invested in the children and families she has worked with over the years, often remaining in contact with them. She delights in hearing how her students continue to progress.
René lives in Catlett with her husband, Todd, and youngest son, Caden. They also have two older children, Basil and Sadie, who have both graduated college and remain employed in Northern Virginia. She enjoys spending time with family, travelling, organizing group get-togethers, reading, decorating and entertaining friends. She brings her enthusiasm for life, living and learning to Kids In Full Bloom.