Student Support Services Team

Kristin Withey, Ph.D.


As a proud alumna and mother of a Beginning School student, Dr. Withey is excited to be The Meadows School Director of Student Support Services. She has studied early childhood education, elementary education, adult curriculum and instructional design, foreign language and multilingual education, and special education strategies. Dr. Withey has experience across private, charter, and public school settings as well as higher education at the state government level. She is passionate about using a robust teaching toolkit and sharing these practices with her colleagues to support the learning needs of all students. 

Kimberly Winn, RN, BSN, MSM


Kim Winn joined The Meadows as its first School Nurse. She received her nursing education from the College of Southern Nevada and Nevada State College, a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and a master's degree in management from Southwestern College. Kim has worked extensively with children throughout Las Vegas, including at Sunrise Children's Hospital. She has worked in a variety of settings including pediatric sedation, surgical services, and infusion therapy. Kim is passionate about helping children and working closely with their families, and she is eager to develop The Meadows School's nursing program. Kim's office is located in the Beginning School, but she works with students in all divisions.

Lindsay Schoener


Lindsay Schoener is excited to join the Beginning and Lower Schools as the Learning Specialist. She has taught in the public school system for nineteen years working with children in early childhood and elementary school. She earned her undergraduate degree in communicative disorders from the University of Redlands and a master's degree in education with an emphasis in early childhood and special education from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She is delighted to be joining The Meadows community.

Martha O'Kelley


Martha O'Kelley has been in education for 18 years in a variety of roles from preschool to high school. Her degree is in early childhood education, and she has a passion for working with young children. Martha has been coaching high school sports for 14 years and spent several years as a high school athletic director. 

Grayson Bell


After working in various areas within education in California, Grayson Bell joined The Meadows School as the Upper School academic coach. While academics are the focus, the student and their needs matter the most. This focus includes connecting students with the appropriate support, whether it be academic or personal. Bell is passionate about academic growth, helping students find their flow, and ensuring that they are primed for success. 

Corinne Loomis


Corinne Loomis is excited to join the Beginning and Lower Schools as the School Counselor. She recently moved back to Las Vegas from Germany where her family was stationed with the Air Force. Her experience with the Department of Defense school systems gives her a unique perspective to assist students and connect with families. She earned her undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University in audiology and speech-language pathology and a master's degree in education with an emphasis in school counseling from Liberty University. She is thrilled to be back in Las Vegas to stay and join The Meadows community. 

Scott Pasieka, LPC, NCC


Scott Pasieka has a wide variety of experience in both mental health and education. In the educational realm, he has been a classroom teacher, a teacher to children with specific learning needs, an instructional leader, and a school counselor. His professional experience in mental health includes serving as a Dean of Counseling Services in both public and private schools, working in a private practice setting as a therapist, and also working in public mental health. Pasieka relies on his passion for child development, education, and his past positions to approach the responsibility of helping children in a holistic and developmentally appropriate manner.