It is my pleasure to welcome you to Sharon Montessori. With over 25 years of teaching experience in both public and Montessori schools, I bring passion, dedication and joy when working with children.
I received my BA in education from the Liepaya Pedagogical University in Latvia. I began my career as an elementary teacher at a public elementary school in Latvia, where I worked for 8 years, teaching grades one through four. Always interested in expanding my knowledge of educational techniques and strategies, I was introduced to the Montessori philosophy shortly after moving to the United States in 2000. The more I learned about Dr. Maria Montessori and the Montessori Method the more I felt it was the best educational system for young children to discover the joy of learning.
I received my Montessori training from the New England Montessori Teacher Education Center (NEMTEC) in 2004 and hold Early Childhood Education credentials from the American Montessori Society.
I began as a Lead Guide in Children’s House at a local Montessori School in Milton, MA in 2005 and later took a position at a school in Braintree, MA, before deciding to open my own program.
I am also a Montessori parent. My three children went through Montessori programs, my youngest at Sharon Montessori. In addition to my love of teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, cooking and gardening.