The role of a Montessori teacher is one of a guide and observer, whose ultimate goal is to intervene less and less as the child develops.

The teacher builds an atmosphere of calm, order, and joy in the classroom and encourages the children in all their efforts, thus promoting self-confidence and discipline.

The teacher gives individual and small group instructions amidst the working and social atmosphere in the classroom. Understanding when to observe and when to intervene is a skill the Montessori teacher develops after receiving rigorous and specialized training from Montessori training centers in the United States or abroad.

Infant Community (18 mos to 3 yrs)

Infant Community A: Ana Isabel Teran, (Guide) and Veronica Fuentes (Assistant)

Infant Community B: Michelle Perez, (Guide) and Liliana Alvidrez, (Co-Guide)

Children's House (3 to 6 yrs)

Spanish Children’s House A: Alicia Roohi, (Guide) and Gaby Gutierrez, (Co-Guide)

Spanish Children’s House B: Gaby Murga, (Guide) and Carmen Dueñas, (Assistant)

English Children’s House: Mayra Carrillo, (Guide) and Lupe Perez, (Assistant)

Lower Elementary(1st - 3rd Grade)

Lower Elementary A: Carmen Apodaca, (Guide) and Arielle Lane, (Co-Guide)

Lower Elementary B: Rosy Marin, (Guide) and Genoveva Perez, (Co-Guide)

Upper Elementary (4th - 6th Grade)

Karina Valencia, (Guide) and Karla Urquidi, (Assistant)

Adolescent Program (7th - 8th Grade)

Teresa Arguelles and Maria Ferrer, (Guides)