Kathryn Moore is married with 3 daughters, of which she homeschooled for 20 years. She enjoys farm life and the Houston Rodeo. Kathryn received her Elementary Education Certificate in 1991 and taught 3rd grade for 2 years in public school. Recently she achieved her Child Development Associate (CDA) in August 2018.
Kevin Borey is our museum’s resident Lego robotics expert. From a young age he had an eye for creative problem solving using Legos. In 2015 he graduated from Sam Houston State University with a degree in Elementary Education. He aspires to combine his passion for Lego with his abilities as a teacher to create an engaging and creative learning environment.
Robert Roach is married and resides in Spring, Texas. He has three children and five
grandchildren. Robert has been a teacher for thirty-six years all of which has been
dedicated to bringing science enrichment to the young learner.
Sandy Abrego is married and has three adult daughters. She was born and raised in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. She earned her degree in Early Childhood Education and has 24 years of teaching experience. She is our assistant teacher in KindeReady workshops and teaches the children Spanish. Sandy, leads our Discovery workshops in the spring and summer semesters. She is a very passionate, energetic and devoted teacher! Her goal is to always make a lasting impression on children’s life and make them have a wonderful experience while learning.
Anne Stokes is married and has 2 daughters out of college. She has a degree in Early Childhood Education and K-12 Hearing impaired. She is retired Kindergarten teacher and loves working with young children!
Hannah Weaver is over the moon to be teaching Happy Feet at The Woodlands Children’s Museum! She’s been teaching elements of Musical Theatre and Dance to children of all ages since 2010 and performing in multiple disciplines across the arts spectrum since 2002. Hannah believes the arts can be powerful tools for empathy, expression, and growth. No one is ever too young, or too old, to create something beautiful.