Nido

Tamara Jefferson

I joined MAC in 2005 as an Assistant in TC3.  I fell in love with Montessori and decided to complete my Montessori 0-3 Infant to Toddler training.  In 2011 I was offered a Lead position in the Nido 1 classroom; I am continuing to experience the joy of providing a safe and inviting environment for the babies.

Beth Beehler

Bio coming soon.

The Nido

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The classroom focuses on two basic needs of the infant—a safe bonded relationship between adult and child and the development of the child’s growing sense of self and independence.

The word ‘Nido’ is derived from the Italian word meaning ‘nest’ and it conveys the spirit of the infant environment. Our classrooms are comforting, warm and inviting with care being taken to provide nurturing, calm stimulation to enhance the development of the young child. The classroom focuses on two basic needs of the infant—a safe bonded relationship between adult and child and the development of the child’s growing sense of self and independence.

Dana Hoegh

I earned a Bachelors degree with honors from the University of Rochester and am certified from the Montessori Institute of Colorado in 0-3 years.  I have been a Nido lead at MAC since October 2009, but was previously held the position of Toddler lead at Webster Montessori.  I worked as a nanny for 3 years previously, as well as a tutor and did after school care at the YMCA.

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