By Al Daniel
After two years at Montessori Community School, Lisa Bohn is a familiar face to anyone stopping by the main office on Pope Road. There is more behind the front desk than meets the eye when one enters to sign-in, drop-off, make an inquiry, get a form, or pick-up a child.
By Al Daniel
What drew you to becoming a teacher at MCS? I love the opportunity to work in such a loving and caring environment. Also, after teaching High school for 15 years, it was a nice, new challenge to work with younger children.
What drew you to becoming a Montessori teacher? I was working in a charter school which had a lot of great things going for it, but I was not satisfied. I thought, “There have to be better ways to do education.”
What drew you to becoming a Montessori teacher? I love being a guide to child-led learning. Children can do so much when they are given the opportunity to show you.
What drew you to becoming a Montessori teacher? I wanted to be a Montessori teacher from a very young age. I attended a Montessori school as a child and it was so much fun to be a part of that community. I loved the beauty and order of the classroom.
What drew you to becoming a Montessori teacher? When I was in college I was asked to choose an area of specialty by my advisor. At the time I was the nanny for two boys who were attending a Montessori school, so I began to explore this methodology. After observing in a Primary classroom, I never looked back!