Toddler Community

Jamie Everton

After completing several courses, my Associate's degree, group leader, and my director center certifications from Red Rocks Community college, I fell in love with the Montessori philosophy and respectively MAC.  I began my journey into the MAC community as a toddler co-teacher in 2004 while I finished my Montessori 0-3 training and certification in 2006.  I then became a toddler Directress for a few years and then moved to the Nido community as the Nido 3 Directress. 

Toddler Community

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The toddler community offers space for the young child to naturally move from a physical/emotional stage of development to the more cognitive phase of learning. Through movement and exploration, the child is exposed to a broader world where parallel play becomes interactive play, where words become tools to communicate needs and desires, and where the boundaries of possibility expand alongside the developing mind.

The toddler community offers space for the young child to naturally move from a physical/emotional stage of development to the more cognitive phase of learning. Through movement and exploration, the child is exposed to a broader world where parallel play becomes interactive play, where words become tools to communicate needs and desires, and where the boundaries of possibility expand alongside the developing mind.

LaToya Cook

I started here at MAC in August of 2002.  I have worked in Montessori for the last 13 years.  Previously, I worked at Montessori on the Mall, where I began my first training through Montessori Mid-America.  I took an additional training through MECR (Montessori Education of the Rockies).

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Greg Jaworowski

I have a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado.  I started here at MAC in August of 2008.

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