Diane attended Montessori from pre-school through her high school years. She then attended WSU in Pullman receiving a BA in Human Development with a minor in Women’s Studies. In 2005, she earned her AMI Primary Teaching Certificate from the Montessori Institute of San Diego. Since then Diane has worked in Montessori as a Primary teacher and as an assistant in Primary and Upper Elementary classrooms. She enjoys knitting, reading, crafting and camping.
Rachel’s passion for early childhood education can be traced back to her pre-professional days. Whether as a member of her high schools ROP Preschool class, or even further back assisting at her own mother’s in-home daycare, she has been on this path from the start. The reason? She love experiencing and helping a child’s growth! Right now, that’s teaching toddlers fundamental skills. Outside of work, Rachel enjoys getting more familiar with the PNW. Whether that be finding a new trail to hike, or a local restaurant to try. So far, her favorite place to venture off into is Mary S. Young Park, in Oregon.