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.


Assistant Teacher

Hannah lived in California where she worked with children for 8 years. While she was there, she obtained her Bachelors degree at Sacramento State University in early childhood education, as well as started her journey with Sign Language which she also loves to use with her students.

Being the youngest in her family, Hannah always dreamed she’d be able to work with young kids since she wasn’t able to grow up with any as a kid herself. When she moved to Washington she knew she wanted to work at a Montessori school because of their promise to allow kids to grow confidence through their self-led learning. She loves to spend time reading somewhere beautiful!