Krystalyn Rowe

Krystalyn Rowe

1st Grade Teacher

Privileged to join Holy Name School in 2016, Krystalyn Rowe teaches our first grader Cardinals, instilling an early love for school. After spending five years instructing both first and third grade in the Diocese of Evansville, she was excited to expand her horizons. Together with a team of creative, and committed teachers, parents, and students; Mrs. Rowe is proud to be an HNS Cardinal. She serves on the CIC (Catholic Identity) committee, as well as the STREAM (Science) committee. HNS is not only a nurturing and driven environment where children and staff alike are successfully growing and thriving, but HNS truly is a place to call home.

Mrs. Rowe earned both her Bachelor and Master of Science in Elementary Education from the University of Southern Indiana. In January of 2019, her work with Project Based Learning/STREAM-based Education: “How Do Animals Brush Their Teeth” was published as an article in the national peer reviewed journal: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA): Science and Children. She is passionate about teaching elementary science and is currently working towards completing extensive research for future peer reviewed journal article publications.

Mrs. Rowe resides in Indiana and enjoys spending time with her husband and son. She can often be found cheering on the MLB St. Louis Cardinals, traveling around the country, hiking, reading, knitting, volunteering in the community, and especially cooking and/ or baking.