Karin was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she attended The College of Education, getting her Bachelor’s in Education, with a major in Early Childhood Education, and a minor in the psychology of children. After immigrating to the United States, she got another degree at UNLV in Education.

Karin has worked in the Education field for the past 30 years, as a classroom teacher, and then in administration. Karin was the Director of a Preschool for 10 years and then became the Assistant Principal for the Elementary School.

While teaching Karin was recognized and nominated for the Disney Teacher of the Year award. Karin attended and directed many teacher trainings, especially in the area of curriculum alignment, as well as how to teach phonics, and reading. Karin’s passion is to reach children, to break through any learning barriers, and to help them be successful and flourish in their school careers.


Jade was born and raised in Las Vegas. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in Elementary Education. Jade then continued to get her Master’s Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in Literacy Curriculum and Instruction.

She has been teaching in Las Vegas for the past six years, has a Nevada teachers license, and is a certified reading specialist. Jade is also trained in Orton Gillingham and the Apple Teaching program. Jade has taken many technology courses and loves to teach children through coding, robotics, and engineering.

She loves working with children, helping them grow, and reach higher level thinking skills.


We have created The Linq, an out of the box innovation station where children are free and encouraged to explore and experiment at their own pace. With 30 years of experience in classrooms as teachers and administrators, we recognize the need to bridge the gap between past and future learning techniques. As education and technology continue to change and grow rapidly, our goal is to ensure children have the appropriate tools to face the future of tomorrow.


A safe and secure environment is vital to the success of our facility. Parents and children should enter The Learning Linq with the confidence that every possible measure has been taken to ensure their physical, mental and emotional well-being.

In order to keep our students safe throughout the day, safety protocols have been established. The door remains locked once the camp day begins. Parents are asked to come to the front door, ring the bell in order to be allowed in, where the students are signed in and out.

Security cameras are located at the front door, as well as other locations inside the facility. There are also monitors that are visual to all staff, to ensure the safety of all students, at all times.


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