Ms. Misty Wayland grew up in Montana, USA, and is entering her 7th year teaching at St. Paul. She earned a Bachelor’s in Social Science from Portland State University and a Master’s in Teaching from Pacific University. Currently, she is working on her 2nd Master’s degree in Neuropsychology. Previous to St. Paul, she was a middle school language arts and social studies teacher outside of Seattle, WA, and spent six years before that teaching at-risk youth in public schools and residential treatment facilities in Portland, Oregon.
Ms. Wayland has organized and hosted several annual fundraising events each year for the past five years, bringing the St. Paul community together to raise money for local and international charities. She has a strong passion for Psychology and is entering her 5th year teaching AP Psychology. In addition, she has worked to develop the Secondary Art department, teaching MS and HS art for the last 6 years. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her four children and two dachshunds, creating her own art, exercising, and enjoying cycling trips. She looks forward to another year of teaching in Vietnam.