Staff

   

Academic
Coordinator :

Beth Weekley

 

 

 

 

 

Beth Weekley was educated by Montessori preschool classroom since she was a toddler and as a preschooler she attended her mom's Montessori school. After graduating with a Masters in Medical Physics and a Masters in Mathematics, she has continued to assist Jean with all aspects of her school. Beth worked for nearly 10 years as a software engineer in the Medical industry and at NCAR in Boulder. Just before her son Owen was born Beth completed the Montessori Infant/Toddler training and also the Montessori preschool training. Beth opened a home Montessori Infant/Toddler program, Petunia Montessori, after learning her son has a lung disease that was treated with 24/7 supplemental oxygen 2. Since January 2013 she has moved her toddler program into a classroom at Montessori Academy. Beth enjoys being part of the children's early learning years.
   

Lead Toddler Teacher:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beth Mousseau was raised in Boulder since 1969, her parents were from Pine Ridge reservation.  She and her husband have 5 children and 5 grandchildren.  Beth is proud of her culture and attends ceremony's  and is learning the language of her heritage, Oglala Lakota Sioux. Beth's journey in Montessori started 31 years ago when she started attending Boulder Montessori School and fell in love with the Montessori philosophy.  Beth started as a Montessori teacher assistant and trained at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies in 2000 and has taught Montessori for 13 years.  Recently, Beth chose to work as a chemical dependency counselor for 5 years and is now returning to the Montessori classroom.  

   

Toddler Teacher:

Brenda Arely Meza Trejo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brenda Arely Meza Trejo was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and was raised in a small town inside if Chihuahua. Her family consists of her mom and little sister. As a child her family moved to Colorado. Her family has lived in the city of Lafayette for over 17 years.

Her interest in Early Childhood Education began after she graduated from high school. She began to work as a floater at a child care center, which gave her experience with all age groups. Later she attended college to become an Early Childhood Teacher. She is continuing school to get her BA in Early Childhood Education. She has enjoyed working with toddlers and infants for the past three years and loves their sense of curiosity.  

 Brenda loves living in Colorado and enjoys going hiking in the mountains. She also enjoys going on walks with her dog and her boyfriend, playing sports, dancing, reading books and the practice of Krav Maga.

 

   
   

 

Music Teacher:

 

 

Musicare

 

 

Ms. Amy Haywood , singer, storyteller, writer, and mother of two, grew up in Asia and sang in bands throughout high school. She worked summers in an orphanage in Viet Nam which sparked a lifelong devotion to young children. Amy obtained a BA in education and a second BA in English Literature at Guilford College with a minor in Music. She has been teaching Musicare since 1987. In 1999, Amy and four other Musicare instructors created, Camp Oonie Koonie Cha, an early childhood music camp in Winston-Salem. Musicare and Camp OKC, nourish Amy's profound interest in children. In addition to educating children, Amy conducted workshops for teachers through Smart Start in North Carolina, and she was a key note presenter at the South Carolina early childhood educators conference. Amy and her music partner, Claire Valine have won two Parents' Choice Awards for children's music recordings. They have five works.
Amy resides and teaches in Boulder, Colorado. She is working on publishing "Miss Ellie", the story from her "Rockin in the Rabbit Hole" cd".
Amy is available for, assemblies, special occasions and classroom enrichment. Email her at: missamyh@gmail.com.