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Teaching Faculty

Red Class


Leah Rosner (she/her) has five years of experience working with infants and toddlers and is dedicated to early childhood education. Leah has completed the RIE foundations course and is currently working towards a bachelor of Early Childhood Education. She provides a respectful, supportive and caring presence to the classroom. She is truly passionate about all things children.

Deyenice Torres (she/her) grew up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. As a child she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. She would always beg her brother to play “school” and she was obviously always the teacher. She now resides in Glendale, Queens with her husband and two daughters, Mila and Violet. She no longer has to beg anyone to play teacher. She attends Laguardia Community College and is studying Early Childhood Education. She has worked as an Assistant Teacher for over four years. This will be her second year at Kane Street Kids. She hopes to teach your children in an environment where they will feel safe and secure, while giving them opportunities to learn and have fun in collaborative ways. She is beyond excited to meet everyone and watch the children blossom throughout the year.

Orange Class


Ebby Espinal (she/her) has been at Kane Street for nine years now and is happy to be back as a twos teacher this time around. Ebby was born and raised in Williamsburg but now lives in Queens. She loves reading, shopping and spending time with her son who is now three! Ebby attended City College for her Undergraduate degree and received her Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Hunter College. Her goal for this year is to help your children feel safe, comfortable and excited about what they’re learning.


Julia Gazzara (she/they) is originally from South Jersey. She spent the majority of her childhood dancing, where she first fell in love teaching the younger students. Julia has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama from New York University, which they use to bring lots of creativity and play to the classroom. She has experience working with children ages one to twelve, though her favorites have always been twos and threes. She is so excited to work as an Assistant Teacher this year.

Yellow Class


Becky Rosenblatt (she/her) is excited to be returning for her fourth year at Kane Street Kids. She has a passion for Jewish tradition and loves celebrating Shabbat and Jewish Holidays with her class. Her joy for art is also brought to the classroom as she enjoys sharing the excitement of creativity with her students. She is devoted to creating a warm, nurturing environment, where her students are able to grow and thrive in their own special way.


Ramón Castellón (he/him) was born in El Salvador and came to New York at a young age. Ramón has been working in the early childhood education field for nine years now & is delighted to continue working here at Kane Street. He loves soccer and enjoys expressing himself through music. Ramón hopes that his contribution in Early Childhood Education will bring positive change to the world.

Green Class

Breshey Boston (she/her) is excited to start her second year as a lead teacher at KSK. It’s time to have some FUN. Breshey taught children for nine years, working with students from the ages of newborn to eighth grade. She has a wide range of experience but specializes in early childhood while keeping a great relationship with students and parents. She believes in children learning through play to ensure children get the best of hands-on experiences. Breshey is currently attending graduate school at Bank Street College. For Breshey, teaching is a passion that she’s had her entire life. She is eager to meet all the students, their families, and staff this year. She looks forward to having an amazing school year with Kane Street Kids.


Michelle Burgos (she/her) has been working with Kane Street Kids for ten years. She has always been very passionate about working with children. Watching them learn, grow, and explore has always been a joy for her to experience and be a part of. She feels grateful to be working with such a wonderful community and can not wait to see what this year lies ahead.

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