Dedicated, professional, and caring are three words often used to describe the faculty in the Beginnings at MFS program. With most of our faculty holding advanced degrees, Beginnings at MFS teachers are unlike those you are likely to find at other early childhood programs. Additionally, Beginnings faculty engage in regular professional development that has them trained in the latest pedagogical methods and best practices like the Project Approach, Responsive Classroom, the Reggio Emilia Approach, and Handwriting Without Tears.
Teachers of Special Area classes like science, physical education, Coding, music, art, and library, all have degrees in their fields and meet regularly with other faculty, subject-specific departments to refine curriculum and improve teaching. Like classroom teachers, Special Area teachers engage in regular professional development throughout the school year.
Whether a classroom teacher, a teaching assistant, or a special area teacher, our faculty members are committed to providing an exceptional educational experience for your child that helps each child grow intellectually, ethically, and morally.
Our faculty says…
As a teacher at a Quaker School I am able to teach the whole child. I not only help children do well in school but also to do good in the world. We focus on teaching empathy and kindness as the students learn to interact with each other and as they participate in many service learning projects to benefit the world around us.
The MFS Early Childhood program keeps up with the latest research on child development and uses that research to create curriculum that is both engaging and challenging to young children.
A Parent Says...
Regular communications from teachers help to keep parents engaged and involved in the classroom.
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