Mika Comeaux, Teacher
About Sensei Mika
Sensei Mika Comeaux was born and raised in Japan and came to America to attend college and has remained ever since. She and her husband have two children and a hamster. When Sensei Mika’s first child was born, she started a play group to help other Japanese moms raise children in American culture. She organized the group for five years until finally entrusting it to another mom. Sensei Mika was also lucky enough to be an assistant teacher at the Japanese Montessori Children’s House and now at Jams of Portland.
Sensei Mika always finds it fascinating to watch children adapt and excel with amazing skill in their own way, and looks forward to helping them to learn and grow… and also anticipates that she will learn and grow with them!
JAMS – The Japanese Abacus Math School…
Where your child’s success really adds up!
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From Our Parents & Students...
Molly began abacus classes in 3rd grade. She has always been a quick study and her desire for knowledge is insatiable. I have seen her skills grow and flourish at an astounding rate. She continues to impress me with her abilities. Her desire to be a difference maker, is in part, due to Sensei’s expectation that each child be the best that they can be. Molly has taken this to heart and is playing a role as a difference maker in her classes, but also in society with a desire to help those less fortunate. It makes my heart smile to see her caring attitude shining to the top. -- Kelly & Erin Wheeldon