Waldorf teachers believe that the human being is not just a brain – but a being with heart and limbs – a being of will and feeling, as well as of intellect. To ensure that education does not produce one-sided individuals, crippled in emotional health and volition, these less conscious aspects of our human nature must constantly be exercised, nourished, and guided…educating not only heart and hand but, in very real ways, the brain as well.
               This excerpt from the article Learning that Grows with the Learner by Henry Barnes was published in Waldorf Education — A Family Guide.

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Yuko Sparks

Yuko Sparks

Japanese Teacher
Tamara Meinecke

Tamara Meinecke

Music, Violin & Ensemble Teacher
Robert “Rob” Lanier

Robert “Rob” Lanier

Grades Lead Teacher
Rebecca “Becky” Richards

Rebecca “Becky” Richards

Administrative Director
Michael “Mike” Eger

Michael “Mike” Eger

Grades Lead Teacher
Levin Elpers

Levin Elpers

Spanish Teacher
Kyle Queen

Kyle Queen

Grades Lead Teacher
Kristin Langley

Kristin Langley

Kindergarten Lead Teacher
Julia Kimbro

Julia Kimbro

Data & Development Coordinator
Jessica Lam

Jessica Lam

Receptionist
Jennifer Sparks

Jennifer Sparks

Grades Lead Teacher
Jana McNally

Jana McNally

Parent-Child Lead Teacher
Haeja Kang

Haeja Kang

Pre-K Lead Teacher
Evelyn “Evy” Royce

Evelyn “Evy” Royce

Kindergarten Lead Teacher
Ed Hardy

Ed Hardy

Grades Lead Teacher
Dayna Rouse

Dayna Rouse

Pre-K Assistant Teacher
Daniel “Dan” Chaffin

Daniel “Dan” Chaffin

Woodworking Teacher
Claire Williams

Claire Williams

Grades Lead Teacher
Cassie Boblitt

Cassie Boblitt

Middle School Athletics
Casey Bayne

Casey Bayne

Grades Lead Teacher
Angeline Green

Angeline Green

Business Manager
Angela “Angie’ Davis

Angela “Angie’ Davis

Handwork Teacher