About Us

What do two retired music teachers do in their free time?  Why, continue to educate  and elevate the youth in our schools, of course! Located in Kansas City, 2 Into Teaching You began in 2018 with entrepreneurs Lynette Legleiter and Stefanie Adams. With Lynette being an intellectual history buff and Stefanie being a creative drama queen, they formed the perfect duo for historical reenactments paired with costumes and digital interfacing. During their power lessons students travel in time to relive history. Reading a book is one thing; “being” there is another.  Students participate in live presentations with costumes and props.  The shows, or “Power Lessons” are filled with content presented in a whole new way. The pair write and produce all of their own material. Their shows can be customized for large audiences or a single classroom.  Email or visit our Shows tab to see more.  Like us on Facebook.


screen-shot-2018-07-29-at-9-37-04-am.png A wife and mother of two adult children, Stefanie is a retired classroom music and drama educator of 32 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in K-12 Instrumental and Vocal Education and a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. During her most recent tenure, she was trained and assisted in a districtwide one-to-one digital initiative. Creating 2 Into Teaching You has given her the opportunity to capitalize on her strengths and continue to share them while educating children.


Screen Shot 2018-07-29 at 9.40.14 AMLynette is a retired middle school band director, having spent the majority of her 33-year career in Hutchinson, KS.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in Music Education and her master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction.  Having always been a history buff and a lover of research, she is the fact-finder and writer of the 2 Into Teaching You team.  Using engagement as her primary tool, her years of teaching have given her a wealth of knowledge into relating and teaching kids of all ages and backgrounds. With 2 Into Teaching You, she has the perfect opportunity to combine her joy of teaching with her love of history. 

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