Our Team

Streams of Hope has a highly experienced team of teachers, helpers, and leaders.

Jill Haskins

Executive Director & Teacher

Mrs. Haskins has over 10 years of classroom/homeschool experience. She graduated from Huntington University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education in 2006. Mrs. Haskins has experience teaching as a 2nd grade classroom teacher, K-5th English Language Learner teacher, and a 4th/5th grade resource teacher for a local public school district. As her family began to grow, she became a stay at home mom and, in addition to working part time for her church, Mrs. Haskins homeschooled her 3 children for 6 years until she became a teacher at Streams of Hope Christian School in 2021.

Mrs. Haskins utilizes an eclectic mix of traditional, unit study, and Charlotte Mason curriculum and resources with the tiniest bit of Classical methods sprinkled in here and there for good measure. In addition to teaching in the classroom, Mrs. Haskins oversees the day-to-day operations of the school  and staff. 


Mrs. Haskins currently serves as the Indiana Field Coordinator for the National Microschooling Center. As the Indiana Field Coordinator, she helps connect families looking for alternative eduction options to microschools in Indiana. She also works with individuals who are interested in starting their own microschool. 

Sara Harvey

Classroom Teacher 

Mrs. Harvey has been a part of the Streams of Hope team in a variety of ways since 2022. She spent a year and a half as a classroom assistant, an afternoon class teacher, and helping with the chapel worship team. 


Mrs. Harvey loves to see children learning through hands on activities and movement. She utilizes a wide range of curriculum and teaching styles to make learning exciting for our youngest students. 

Sarah Chordas

Classroom Teacher

Mrs. Chordas holds a Bachelors degree in Visual Arts Education from Ball State University in 2007. Since graduation, she has worked in a variety of educational settings such as public school, homeschool co-ops, and in-home private art tutoring. In addition to teaching art in a variety of ways, she has also homeschooled her son from Kindergarten to 7th grade.

Her educational vision: "I truly believe that we all have our own unique learning style.  It is my job to guide students in the right direction, providing instruction and feedback, but also allowing room for personal expression. As a teacher, it is important to know when to lead and when to step back and let the students fly on their own." 


April Corwin

Classroom Teacher

April Corwin is from Nebraska and has a M.S. degree in biology and a M.A. degree in teaching ESL. This unique mix reflects her diverse interests and background which include extensive lab work and teaching ESL in Japan. April has a heart for the nations and for the spread of the gospel. She has assisted her husband in campus ministry for the last 14 years and has homeschooled her children for 10 years. April is excited about working with students and helping to personalize and tailor an educational experience that will bring joy and peace to students and their families.

Hannah Lannswift

Hybrid Homeschool Teacher

Hannah Lannswift has taught literature, English, and IEW writing both as a co-op teacher and as a tutor for 3+ years, from grades 6-12. Her teaching focuses on encouraging student participation and choosing materials that bring fun and engagement into the classroom in order to foster a love of learning.

Along with teaching, Hannah is involved in the Fort Wayne writing community as a Municipal Liaison for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), working to form and run critique groups for a wide variety of creative writing genres.

Her goal as a teacher is to help students be prepared for life as adults through learning independence and organizing and expressing thoughts in writing. Not only does almost every college class require essays, but the ability to take their thoughts, organize and categorize them, and put them down on paper helps students think clearly and articulate their ideas to others in all different parts of their lives. She would like to help students be confident in their abilities and intelligence and have the tools needed for whatever direction God has planned for their lives.

Erica Visocky

Homeschool Coordinator



Brandon Green

Classroom Assistant & Online School Coordinator



Barb Yoder

Classroom Assistant



Caleb Haskins

Classroom Assistant



Liam Graham

Senior Pastor of Heartland Church




In the late 1980’s, a homeschool named Chicory Christian Academy was founded by Gary and Janet Willig. After ten years, other families, who were seeking better educational options for their children, reached out and soon became a part of the Chicory family. By 2020, more than 100 students ranging in grades from K-12 had passed through Chicory’s doors. 


After thirty years of homeschooling, Gary and Janet began praying about the best way to assure the continuation of Chicory’s philosophy that would last beyond their direct involvement. Meanwhile, Pastor Dave Frincke of Heartland Church had been praying about establishing a school as part of the church’s ministry. God answered both prayers and was faithful to lead the way and meet every need. On August 10, 2020, Streams of Hope Christian Academy officially opened with 27 students, two teachers in two classrooms, and two assistants. We continue to grow and strive to meet student’s unique academic, spiritual, and emotional needs.


Janet Willig

Founding Teacher of Streams of Hope 



Dave Frincke

Founding Pastor of Streams of Hope