Mrs. Green was born and raised in Brazil. She has a bachelor's degree in business administration. and previously worked in finance and customer service. For over 6 years, she has worked as a volunteer in a children's organization as a leader and teacher. She loves helping children and decided she would like to work in early childhood education. She moved to the U.S. in 2016 and since then has devoted herself to educational instruction. When she learned about Montessori education, she fell in love with the philosophy, joined Montessori Visions and received her Early Childhood Montessori credential. In her free time, she spends time with her family, volunteers at her church, and enjoys nature.
Mrs. Mendoza has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and has taken units towards a Master's degree in Education in the area of Child Study. Prior to coming to the United States, she was a school teacher for thirteen years in a private Catholic school in the Philippines. Since 2001, she has worked in the infant/toddler age group where she holds a CDA Certificate and is Montessori trained. She loves reading stories to the children, encouraging them to engage with the characters, and learn values from the story. She loves books and collects children's books and professional readings. She is excited to be teaching using the Montessori philosophy and really appreciates how the environment helps young children develop independence and confidence.
Ms. Takacs is originally from South Dakota. While living there, she studied early childhood and elementary education at Black Hills State University. Before she started her teaching career fall of 2018, she was a gymnastics coach for two years. She taught at a Montessori school in South Dakota as the lead teacher in the toddler room. Ms. Takacs is Infant/Toddler trained in Montessori and is dedicated to the philosophy. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her family and friends.
Ms. Stewart graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Nevada, Reno. She focused her studies around human development, family structures, and developmental disabilities. During her educational career, she found a passion and a love for learning about the development of children. She is fascinated by the respect and independence that a Montessori education fosters. In her spare time, Ms. Stewart enjoys spending time with her dog and acquiring new baking recipes.