Before moving to New Mexico in 2004, Todd taught 4th grade and Pre-K through 5th elementary science in Maryland. Back-to-School Registration is due August 15. The principal of Santa Fe High School is Colleen Dale. Recently, Andrew and his wife moved from Colorado where they lived for almost two decades. As a volunteer in Santa Fe, Michael led the College of Santa Fe Fine Arts Department Advisory Committee in fundraising initiatives for most of a decade; was a member and board chair of Fine Arts for Children and Teens for eight years, and for the Railyard Stewards/Railyard Park Conservancy for another eight years. In his 14th year at Arts & Sciences, Todd serves as our Principal and Leadership Teacher. One of the hallmarks of the EL Education model is an emphasis on high quality student work that inspires craftsmanship and deeper learning. Reviews (505) 988-5810. She and her husband Patrick, a native Santa Fean, happily returned to Santa Fe to start their family. austin@santafeschool.org, Avery is our 3rd-8th Elementary/Middle School Drama Teacher and has an extensive background in theatre education and a passion for using the arts as a creative and emotional outlet. Arts & Sciences is a school to call home, where we engage our students' bright minds, nurture their kind hearts, and see them for the whole child that they are. Our school building is purpose-built for the authentic Montessori education we offer; in fact, Dr. Maria Montessori’s son, Mario Montessori, acted as a consultant in the design of our school! Santa Fe Secondary School is a private high school in Santa Fe. According to state test scores, 42% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading. Suzanne has a fine arts background and worked as an arts resource teacher for young children in Santa Fe before becoming a classroom teacher. avery@santafeschool.org, Cassandra Perez is our American Sign Language (ASL) teacher. For eleven years, Todd taught our 3rd and 4th grade Centaur class and has served in a variety of leadership positions, including Assistant Principal, Elementary Curriculum Coordinator, Staff Liaison to the Board; lead member of the Campus as Curriculum Committee; and Summer Director of Facilities. 0.8% of the Santa Fe High School students are "limited in English proficiency." Leigh and Joey have two daughters. disenfranchised and disadvantaged. He earned a Master’s in Public Administration from the Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and was named a William Hodson Fellow for International Public Service. Michael has been on the board of Santa Fe School for the Arts and Sciences for a decade, and has been board chair for about half of that time. The school exemplifies and encourages the values of compassion, leadership, world citizenship and service. For the past eight years, Eddy has also been the Lead Coordinator for the 8th grade service trip to Costa Rica. She studied early childhood education at Cabrillo College in Aptos, CA, though she has learned largely through her experience in education. Grandson Odin moved in 2016 to join the Santa Fe community. Michael and his partner, Emily Kaltenbach have a daughter Geneva who is a Grasshopper at Arts & Sciences. Since 2007 she has been an active parent in the Arts & Sciences community. She helped create the art therapy department at a therapeutic day school where she also led individual and group therapy sessions. Joseph has also tutored students in the Santa Fe area for many years. He spent nine years as a financial aid officer at Columbia University, Barnard College, and Manhattan School of Music, followed by six years as Manhattan School of Music’s Director of Development, moving to New Mexico in 1993. Elli is in her 11th year as the School Administrator. Mandela International Magnet School is a highly rated, public school located in Santa Fe, NM. She attended Marymount Manhattan College in New York City studying Communications and Media Arts. EL Education schools create a culture of respect and high expectations for staff and students alike. The purpose of creating SFIS was an attempt to assimilate the Native American children into the wider United States culture and economy. santafenewmexican.com 202 E. Marcy St. Santa Fe, NM 87501 Phone: 505-983-3303 Email: webeditor@sfnewmexican.com She is our K-6th grade Art teacher and the 3rd/4th grade Assistant teacher. She is a painter whose work is represented by the Ellsworth Gallery in Santa Fe. For more information, visit sfcollege.edu/eaeo. She loves the creativity and beauty of the unfolding of a child’s mind during the learning process. Teachers at EL Education schools receive intensive professional development in curriculum and teaching practices and are able to model ongoing learning to their students. 1,477 students attend Santa Fe High School, and the ratio of students to teachers is 16:1. Once in Santa Fe, Karen worked for the State of New Mexico’s Department of Nate is a core teacher in the Middle School and teaches science, algebra, and STEM electives. She is the Lead Co-Teacher for the Preschool/Pre-K Unicorn class and the Director of the NAEYC Accredited Preschool-Pre-K Program. She is a proud mama to Luca and Valentina, both students at Arts & Sciences. The Board meets regularly, and is happy to provide access to Board Meeting Minutes. She and her Husband, Amo are proud parents of Mia (Stargazer) and Rosie (Unicorn). arin@santafeschool.org, Aurora is in her 9th year at Arts & Sciences. Our mission is to achieve academic excellence in an environment of respect, inclusion and diversity, utilizing expeditionary learning, global perspectives and a multicultural art and science enriched curriculum. in Anthropology from State University of New York Plattsburgh, and for many years he split his seasons between working as an archaeologist and a ski instructor. Welcome to the Santa Fe Public Schools! For a complete list of approved programs, please contact the International Student Programs Office. Since graduating she has become a tutor for Reading Quest and a teacher for the Reading is Magic Literacy Program. She feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to live and work in Santa Fe and share this great adventure with her husband and son. He also served as an NGO specialist and initiated the municipal development program for the US Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala. She began her work in the non-profit sector where An alumna of the very first graduating class of Arts & Sciences (Class of 2005), she graduated from Wesleyan University with a BA in Studio Art in 2013. Stephanie is also a registered yoga teacher and loves integrating yoga into to her clinical practice. suzannem@santafeschool.org. She co-chairs The Reading Group, an Opportunity Santa Fe Working Group at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, focused on supporting striving readers in Santa Fe. She is the Early Childhood Training and Development Consultant at UNM. She jumped right into teaching Art for New York City Public Schools and then a 3rd grade Bilingual teacher. For more information, visit sfcollege.edu/eaeo. A fluent Spanish speaker, Nate has also been a lead teacher during the 8th grade service trip to Costa Rica. Debbie teaches payroll and accounting workshops to small business owners throughout the year and is a Quickbooks Proadvisor. He previously taught as a Special Education Teacher, with a focus on Gifted Education, and most recently was the Education Coordinator at Santa Fe YouthWorks. Some families may remember Elli’s parents, Willy & Phil, who helped start Arts & Sciences and taught at the school, and her sister Lucia, who was in our first graduating class. Joseph also teaches our Wednesday after school Homework Club for 5th-8th graders. Expeditionary learning is an approach that combines rigorous academic content and real world projects, called "learning expeditions" with character development and community service. Stephanie received her BA in Art History, Psychology and Art Studio at Tulane University. Shanghai Community International School is a fully certified IB World School. CIR is a nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) non-profit that welcomes international visitors and promotes education at the community, high school, and college levels on pressing global issues. Santa Fe Council on International Relations 413 Grant Avenue, Suite D, Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel: (505) 982-4931 | Fax: (505) 982-3953 | susan@sfcir.org. She brings over 20 years of Administrative work experience and 6 years of them in Management. roles for 3 corporations; first as Chief Operating Officer and also President of The where she held numerous board seats. Michael has led the firm in major initiatives in substance abuse and mental health prevention, intervention, crisis response and treatment, recovery and harm reduction; and in early childhood services system development and evaluation. Find us on facebook! in Early Childhood Education from New Mexico Highlands University and a M.Ed. She is the Co-Teacher for the preschool and pre-k students in the Unicorn classroom. Goethe Schule is a German international school in Boulogne, Buenos Aires Argentina. Michael Coop founded Coop Consulting, Inc. in 2002, as a small research, planning, facilitation and evaluation firm. Austin has been a substitute teacher for all grades and subjects, and has also taught a Rhythm Club for grades 2-6. To pursue her true passion – teaching, she turned from law to education, obtaining a Social Studies/Humanities Teaching Certificate. She began her teaching career as a preschool teacher and is committed to bringing early childhood best practice to her primary students, offering them a curriculum rich in inquiry, play and the arts. nate@santafeschool.org, Perli Cunanan is starting her 9th school year as the Arts & Sciences Executive Director. Santa Fe College is committed to an environment that embraces diversity, respects the rights of all individuals, is open and accessible, and is free of harassment and discrimination. Suzanne and is an active member of the Santa Fe Opera’s Early Childhood Initiative and a member of the Collaborative Teachers Institute. Santa Fe Public Schools; Acequia Madre Elementary School; Amy Biehl Community School; ... Mandela International Magnet; Milagro Middle School; Nava Elementary; Nina Otero Community; Nye Early Childhood Center; ... Santa Fe, NM 87505. Her expertise includes facilitating compassionate communication, dynamic curriculum planning, implementing dramatic storytelling in the classroom and teaching early literacy skills. chintan@santafeschool.org, Cynthia joined Arts & Sciences in 2018 as our Volunteer Coordinator and Office Assistant. Adelyn, Middle School Math & Science Teacher, was born and raised in Santa Fe and is really happy to be back home close to mountains and family. Ronny received her Waldorf teaching certificate at Sound Circle Center in Seattle. Our teachers, staff, parents, and community work together to bring a positive environment for our students to learn and excel. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Minnesota State University Moorehead. She did her undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and also has an AA in Accounting. Mandela International Magnet School - PTA. He has a B.A. Up until this year, he was the after school program coordinator for grades 5-8. This work is created in in-depth, interdisciplinary learning expeditions, which require students to engage in sophisticated research, use the community in authentic ways, and represent their knowledge with high quality products which are presented to authentic audiences. Join us in our vision of creating a school that engages bright minds, nurtures kind hearts, and embraces the whole child. He has 14 years of experience teaching P.E. Curriculum German, Argentinian Languages of instruction German, Spanish Ages 2 to 18 Yearly fees - 2020/2021 from: ARS $186,380 to: ARS $403,980 Your score. Fall of 2019 will mark the start of the families 13th year at the school…the longest track record so far! She holds licenses in both New Mexico and Oregon for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. His interests and passions include music (drums/guitar), art (collage work), sports, exploring the outdoors, and traveling. liza@santafeschool.org, This is Matt’s 16th year teaching our 5th-6th grade Badger class. The older daughter, Isabel, 20, started at Arts & Sciences in 2006 (2nd grade) and graduated in 2013. Previously she served in a variety of roles at Tacoma Waldorf School in Washington, including program director of after care, 5th grade lead teacher, and art teacher in the early elementary grades. cynthia@santafeschool.org, Debbie is our Bookkeeper and has been happily working at Arts & Sciences since 2016. Aurora is an active member of the Collaborative Teachers Institute, a Birth 2 Career collaborative working group at the Santa Fe Community Foundation. 1997 INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL BUS RV `SKOOLIE`Former church bus with brand new generator and air conditioning unit in roof!NO CDL required.If anyone is interested in building out their own School bus do it yourself DIY, this is a good start. Elege is a lawyer by training, focused on domestic relations with a practice including divorce, domestic violence, custody and child support issues. elli@santafeschool.org, In her 6th year at Arts & Sciences, Gina is our Program Assistant. Before joining the Arts & Sciences staff, she served on the school’s Board of Directors.

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