Mrs. Tammy Godish
Mrs. Tammy Godish developed and opened Precious Lambs Preschool in Milwaukie Oregon. She taught there for seven years before relocating to Grace Lutheran School in 2009 to start a new program. Tammy graduated from David Douglas High School in 1989 and attended Clackamas Community College.
Tammy spent five years in safety education for the commercial construction trade, before returning to her first love, early childhood education. She has completed additional courses in child psychology, home and school connections, curriculum development, and is currently working on an additional certification through the WELS Synod.
Tammy and her husband, Michael have three children. Adam is 16, Calista is 12, and Hunter is 9 and have all attended Grace Lutheran School. The Godish family also attends and is members of Grace Lutheran Church in Portland.
Mrs. Godish is currently the director of Precious Lambs Preschool and responsible for development of the preschool program and its curriculum. She believes that each child is a precious, unique creation of God. As teachers, we have the great privilege and responsibility of caring for and nurturing each child in a well rounded environment of academics, fun, and spiritual development.
Mrs. April Cohrs
Mrs. April Cohrs taught preschool at Grace Lutheran Church for three years before relocating to Grace Lutheran School in 2009. She graduated from Tillamook High School in 1990, and then The Bradford School in Portland, OR, for medical administrative assisting. April worked at medical offices in Tillamook and Sweet Home. She and her husband, Jon, have two children, Hilary and Elijah. April resigned from working outside of the home during their children's infant and preschool years in order to devote all of her time to their children. In 2007, April completed a child psychology class at Martin Luther College in New Ulm, MN. She and her family are members and attend at Grace Lutheran Church, Portland, OR.