A child's preschool teacher can make a lasting impact on that child's future. 

All faculty at MLK Montessori School are highly trained and experienced with childhood education. The majority hold college degrees. Each Classroom Lead Teacher is Montessori trained at the preschool age level.  All faculty participate regularly in professional development.

My name is Quayonda White. The children call me Miss Quay, and I am a teacher in Room 101.  I have worked with preschool children since 2001, and I've taught at MLK Montessori since 2013.  I finished my CDA (Child Development Associate Credential) in 2015. I like pets, spending time with my family, and music.


My name is Quayonda White. The children call me Miss Quay, and I am a teacher in Room 101.  I have worked with preschool children since 2001, and I've taught at MLK Montessori since 2013.  I finished my CDA (Child Development Associate Credential) in 2015. I like pets, spending time with my family, and music.

My name is Angela Clark.

My name is Angela Clark.


My name is Stacey Wilson. I would like to welcome you to my classroom, Room 102. I have been teaching since 1993. Before joining the MLK Montessori staff, I taught half-day preschool and was the supervisor at a local daycare center, so I have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of children, from infants to elementary students. At MLK Montessori, my wonderful co-teacher, Ms. Stefaney, and I provide students with a loving Montessori learning environment that is both fun and focused on school-readiness. I feel blessed to be able to continue to pursue my passion: serving children. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my husband, mother-in-law, and daughter (a senior at Valparaiso University); scrapbooking; card making; and reading.     


My name is Stacey Wilson. I would like to welcome you to my classroom, Room 102. I have been teaching since 1993. Before joining the MLK Montessori staff, I taught half-day preschool and was the supervisor at a local daycare center, so I have had the opportunity to work with a wide range of children, from infants to elementary students. At MLK Montessori, my wonderful co-teacher, Ms. Stefaney, and I provide students with a loving Montessori learning environment that is both fun and focused on school-readiness. I feel blessed to be able to continue to pursue my passion: serving children. Outside of school, I enjoy spending time with my husband, mother-in-law, and daughter (a senior at Valparaiso University); scrapbooking; card making; and reading. 

 

 

My name is Julia Vasquez.  I a mother of 2 children and 4 grandchildren. I started working with youth in 1988. I have been working for MLK since 2014. It is my belief that Martin Luther King Montessori is an exceptional learning environment. My passion is teaching, inspiring, and challenging children to love learning. I am a life learner myself, and I am currently working toward my Child Development degree. As a CDL class B driver, I also drive the school bus. In addition, I am bilingual and my specialty is teaching Spanish. My hobbies include traveling, dancing, and swimming.


My name is Julia Vasquez.  I a mother of 2 children and 4 grandchildren. I started working with youth in 1988. I have been working for MLK since 2014. It is my belief that Martin Luther King Montessori is an exceptional learning environment. My passion is teaching, inspiring, and challenging children to love learning. I am a life learner myself, and I am currently working toward my Child Development degree. As a CDL class B driver, I also drive the school bus. In addition, I am bilingual and my specialty is teaching Spanish. My hobbies include traveling, dancing, and swimming.


My name is Ms. Maureen.

My name is Ms. Maureen.


My name is Kimberley Householder.  The children call me Miss Kim, and I have been involved in early childhood education since the late-1990s and have worked with children ranging in age from 6 weeks to 12 years. I have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education.  I am a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children as well as the Indiana and Fort Wayne chapters.  My favorite thing about being a teacher is that not only do I get to watch children discover and learn new things, but I also get to learn new things from the children I teach.  I love seeing the world through a child’s eyes. 


My name is Kimberley Householder.  The children call me Miss Kim, and I have been involved in early childhood education since the late-1990s and have worked with children ranging in age from 6 weeks to 12 years. I have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education.  I am a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children as well as the Indiana and Fort Wayne chapters.  My favorite thing about being a teacher is that not only do I get to watch children discover and learn new things, but I also get to learn new things from the children I teach.  I love seeing the world through a child’s eyes. 


My name is Miss Robin Clemens. The children call me Miss Robin, and I am a lead teacher in Room 105.  I have worked with preschool children since 1995, and I started at MLK Montessori in 2005.  I graduated from Ball State University in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in Education, and I completed my Montessori training in 2008. I love spending time with my family, ballroom dancing, animals, butterflies, and exploring scientific concepts. 


My name is Miss Robin Clemens. The children call me Miss Robin, and I am a lead teacher in Room 105.  I have worked with preschool children since 1995, and I started at MLK Montessori in 2005.  I graduated from Ball State University in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in Education, and I completed my Montessori training in 2008. I love spending time with my family, ballroom dancing, animals, butterflies, and exploring scientific concepts. 

My name is Tonia Moore-Mosby. I am the lead teacher in Room 105. I have been passionate about caring for children since I was very young. I have worked in the childcare field – for Fort Wayne Community Schools and Church Ministries – since the mid-1990s. I’ve even operated my own in-home daycare. I love that my students feel safe and comfortable and are able to express themselves when they are with me. As a mentor, an educator, and a parent and grandparent, I feel that my purpose is to work with children in the community. I hope to continue this for many years to come.


My name is Tonia Moore-Mosby. I am the lead teacher in Room 105. I have been passionate about caring for children since I was very young. I have worked in the childcare field – for Fort Wayne Community Schools and Church Ministries – since the mid-1990s. I’ve even operated my own in-home daycare. I love that my students feel safe and comfortable and are able to express themselves when they are with me. As a mentor, an educator, and a parent and grandparent, I feel that my purpose is to work with children in the community. I hope to continue this for many years to come.


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