About Your Teachers

About Ms. Wynacht:  Hi! I'm Ms. Wynacht and this is my 12th year here at Imagine! Hard to believe! I've been here since the beginning and can't imagine a place I'd rather be. A little bit about myself...I graduated from USF and have a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in education with certification in grades K-6. I am ESOL endorsed and I have taught grades Pre-K-3rd. I have two children, Nick and Emily. Emily is a sophomore at Sunlake and Nick is a freshman at USF. We live in Odessa with our two dogs Lexi and Tango. I am looking forward to a fantastic year!! 


About Ms. Foster: Hi Parents! I am so happy that your child will be in my math, science, and social studies classes. I am starting my 44th year of teaching. Five years in Ohio, four years in Lake County, Fl., 27 years in Pasco County, and now I am beginning my 8th year at Imagine and my 7th year educating third graders. I love Imagine!

My background includes an A.A. degree from Vermont College for Women, a B.Ed. degree from Mills College of Education in NYC, and a M.Ed from Tufts University in Massachusetts. As you can see, I grew up on the eastern coast with my home state being New Jersey. Now I call Florida my home. 

My family consists of three children who are now adults. Heather is 45 and is a CEO with the National Board of Podiatry in Washington, DC. My son, Robert, 44, is an enterpreneur who created and runs a national senior citizens website. Lindsey, my youngest, 42, is an adjuster for an insurance company. Following my children are my grandma-loving grandchildren. Heather's are Mia, who is in her second year at the University of Florida (Go Gators!); Jack, 18, is a high school senior and loves driving to school; Robert's daughter, Kailan, 13, attends the 8th grade at a Lakeland school where she enjoys her singing and drama classes; and Lindsey's daughter, Madison (Maddie), 5, will begin Kindergarten in NC. and is always on-the-go; and Branson just turned 1.

I'm looking forward to a great adventure teaching your child. Go Imagine!