Mrs. Perlina Fugate


  • School should be a safe place for children to attend and  achieve their true potential.  In order for this to occur student, parent, and teachers must work together.  Students need to be held responsible for their behavior and daily work.  Parents hold their child responsible for their behavior and academic achievement.  Teacher's responsibility is to provide a warm, safe environment for student to wonder, investigate and try new things. Keeping open communication through e-mails, monthly news letters, and phone calls helps keep open communication between parents and teaching staff.

  • Hobbies: swimming, watching soccer, baseball, basketball, and dance

Educational Background:  I graduated from Eisenhower High School in Yakima Washington.  Next I went to Bellevue Community College and received my Associate Arts and Science Degree.  Then in 1990 I graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education K-8 and Special Education K - 12.