The DWS Starflower Nursery program is currently on hiatus . We hope to welcome children into our program again soon.
During the 2020-2021 school-year, Laurie is enjoying a sabbatical experience
Laurie has been teaching Waldorf Preschool Kindergarten for more than 40 years. She attended the Teacher Training program at Rudolf Steiner College in Sacramento, California, and she also has earned her associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education. She has also completed the East Coast Training in Remedial Work. She mentors Waldorf teachers around the country and teaches in various training courses for teachers.
Pam joined The Denver Waldorf School in 2015. Her education includes a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood education administration, summa cum laude, from Ashford University and a Waldorf Early Childhood teaching certificate from the Micha-el Institute.
Mary has been a part of the ECE team for many years, having joyfully tended children in our Starflower Nursery after serving as Nap Assistant in Morning Glory when she first arrived at DWS. She earned her bachelors degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and completed her Early Childhood teacher certification at Red Rocks Community College. Mary brings extensive experience from both volunteering and working in classrooms, but her greatest Waldorf training has come from raising her three children – each has attended DWS. Mary enjoys spending time with her family, exploring the outdoors, reading and traveling.
Brooke became the Larkspur Lead Teacher in 2018 after having worked at The Denver Waldorf School since 2007 as an Aftercare Assistant, a Summer Camp Instructor and both the Nap Assistant and Lead Assistant. She graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver with a bachelor of science degree in Biology, and completed the Waldorf Teacher Training Program at Sound Circle Center for Arts and Anthroposophy in Seattle, WA. In her spare time, Brooke does handwork projects and creates natural soaps and lotions.
Krisztina van’t Veer
Krisztina has been working in various Waldorf environments for the past 17 years. Raised in Hungary, she has lived, studied and worked in Germany, Scotland and the United States. She has a bachelor of arts degree in Social Work with an emphasis on people with disabilities which she completed in Germany, writing her thesis about Anthroposophy and Camphill communities. Ms. Krisztina also completed her Foundation Year with Rudolf Steiner College. She worked for four years in Camphill communities in Germany and Scotland, and as Lead Assistant at Parzival Shield Waldorf Kindergarten in Denver. She has been working at DWS since 2004; first as a Substitute and Nap Assistant, later as the Lead Assistant in the Woodrose Kindergarten. She is currently enrolled in the Waldorf Teacher Training Program at Sound Circle Center for Arts and Anthroposophy. Krisztina speaks three languages and teaches German to children and adults. She has been a parent at DWS since 2004.
Megan is the mother of five children. All five began their educational journeys in The Denver Waldorf School’s kindergarten and now all five children are graduates/alumni. She has been a substitute teacher at the school on and off since 2002. Megan earned a bachelor of science in microbiology from Colorado State University and an associates degree as a veterinary technician. She completed the state’s requirements for an Early Childhood Teacher.