The core curriculum is taught by these talented and dedicated teachers.
We are proud to introduce them.
|I grew up in Hungary and wanted to be a teacher since I was five years old. To fulfill my dream I attended a Teachers Training College in Hungary and received Bachelor degrees in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. After a year of teaching I decided to visit the U.S. and liked it so much that I moved here. I obtained my teaching license in Colorado first then Montana.I’m excited to be back for the seventh year at Cottonwood School. I believe that the Montessori method offers high quality academic education and it also enriches a quality of spirit necessary to reach one’s potential in life. I love teaching in the Montessori tradition!|
|This is my first year at Cottonwood and I am thrilled to be here. I have a B.A. in Photography from Montana State University and an Elementary Montessori Credential from The Montessori Education Center of The Rockies in Boulder, Colorado. I am the proud father of two boys and the loving husband of a beautiful wife. What speaks to me the most in the Montessori Curriculum is the concept of Cosmic Education. The notion that all things are made from the same stardust and therefore, all connected, is as profound as it is simple. The concept promotes a web of learning rather than straight linear thinking and is also a great tool for promoting peace. I highly recommend reading To Educate The Human Potential by Maria Montessori. (A loaner copy can be found on our parent resource shelf.)|