My name is Scott Lee and I’m excited to bring my love for sports and coaching to the Playball program. I was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. I have had a passion for sports and have played sports my whole life. At Shoreline Community College I played tennis and was the NWACC singles state champion. I also was the starting left fielder for the Shoreline Community College baseball team. For the next two summers I played baseball for an independent minor league baseball team associated with the Brewers. After that blessed experience it was time to finish my degree. I moved to San Diego and in 2011 I received my bachelor’s degree in human development specializing in elementary education from Azusa Pacific University. Around this time, life threw me a curve ball, and I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called ocular melanoma. This coincided with the birth of my first daughter. My career path evolved and I was fortunate to have the opportunity to care for my two daughters full time for 9 years. During this time I accumulated over a decade of coaching experience, including head coach for track, JV high school baseball, basketball, football, and t-ball teams.
Being able to stay home with my daughters when they were young has really helped me understand the cognitive development and motor skills of the preschool age group. Nothing makes me happier than seeing a kiddo’s smiling face after accomplishing an athletic skill or movement, it’s priceless. I am cancer free almost 10 years and treating every day as a gift. I’m grateful for the opportunity to embark on the next stage of my life with Playball.
Silverman Pe – Monday
North Park Community Preschool – Tuesday
College Ave Preschool – Tuesday
Early Learners Children’s Academy – Friday