Kyle Cavallini began working with individuals with disabilities as far back as his junior year of high school when he asked his guidance counselor to work in the TMD class to earn a credited instead of taking an art class. It was during that time that Kyle knew he wanted to help teach students with disabilities. Kyle has taught special education for the past 18 years in all facets of the field. A graduate of Morehead State University in 2000 B.A. in special education Kyle taught and coached his first 2 years at Leonardtown High teaching TMD and serving as the offensive coordinator while coaching baseball at St.Mary's college. Kyle then went on to pursue his graduate degree at The George Washington University 2003 M.A. special education. Kyle relocated to the Myrtle Beach area of Horry County upon receiving his graduate degree. Kyle began teaching at North Myrtle Beach high in the areas of EMD and TMD while coaching football and baseball. Kyle then moved on to Conway High taking over a TMD class there while coaching football and golf. Kyle is currently teaching special education (resource) at Daisy Elementary School and also coaches football at Loris High serving as the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach. Kyle also works with all levels of the baseball program. Kyle is married to Melinda Johnson Cavallini and has two children Michael 10 and Camden 9. Kyle also currently serves as the Co-Founder of the Buck Creek Foundation.