Larkin Temme is in her fourth year as Principal at Holy Family. She also teaches 7th and 8th grade Spanish Language Arts. She grew up learning both Spanish and English in an academic setting from kindergarten through 4th grade in rural, northern California. She moved to Seattle in 5th grade and attended St. Catherine School and Holy Names Academy. She graduated with a BS in Psychology from Santa Clara University and then went on to Providence College as part of the PACT (Providence Alliance for Catholic Teachers) program, earning her MA in Education for Spanish. She is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher and has earned her Principal Certification through Seattle University. Larkin has always been intrigued by multicultural education, dual language programs and language immersion. She enjoys any outdoor adventure and spending time with her children who also attend Holy Family.