Fatima Knoke received a Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics Applied to language teaching while residing in Bolivia. She taught ESL (English as a second language and Spanish to pre-k students to 12th grade. Mrs. Knoke has a diverse expertise in the area of teaching languages. In terms of volunteering, she has poured her heart into helping communities in learning English as a second language. Mrs. Knoke worked directly with Catholic Charities in Colorado. She was also a M.O.P.S coordinator. As well as a catechist for 3rd graders at her home parish Holy Apostles Catholic Church. During the summer of 2021 Fatima Knoke moved to St. Augustine from Colorado Springs, Colorado with her loving husband and four daughters. After moving, Mrs. Knoke joined the CPS Staff as a VPK teacher’s assistant. She volunteered as a Spanish teacher for St Gerard Campus in St Augustine. These young girls touched her heart in so many ways!
Fatima Knoke loves volleyball as well as soccer. As a mother of 4 daughters, she is well accustomed to cheering on her girls in their sports. Her oldest daughter is in college. While two of her daughters currently attend St. Joseph Academy. Mrs. Knoke’s youngest daughter is a CPS student.
Mrs. Knoke believes in the importance of language because it enhances one’s perspective and will aid students in other subjects. Mrs. Knoke is eager to share the language that she loves so much.
Book: Cien Años de Soledad
Sports: Volleyball, Soccer
Hobbies: Walking, Biking, Baking, Crafts