- Appointed 2013
- AMS Montessori Infant Toddler Teaching Certification 2015
- Bachelor of Arts in education and human development, Hampshire College
- Graduate coursework, Boston University Wheelock College of Education
Brooke Juneau first joined Greensboro Montessori School as a Toddler teacher in 2013 and served as an anchor for our Toddler students, families, and faculty for six years. In 2019, Brooke made the transition to her current role as director of CASA, through which she can serve a larger group of students and make an even bigger impact on the School.
In making the transition to director of CASA, Brooke drew from some of her previous professional experience of managing and directing student and family programs. Before joining Greensboro Montessori School, she served families of children with special needs through the Family Support Network of Central Carolina, and she began her career teaching and administrating early childhood programs in the Boston and Raleigh areas.
Brooke is the mother of three boys. Her middle son, Hayden, graduated from Greensboro Montessori School in 2017 and her youngest in enrolled in our Upper Elementary program. Brooke plays the guitar and loves singing with children.
- To Nap or Not to Nap? A Passage of Primary
- Montessori Metamorphosis
- Insatiable Curiosity: Why Does a Three Year Old Always Ask Why?
- So What’s This “Practical Life” All About?
- The Magic of Storytelling
- When Your Toddler Hits – A Lesson on Teaching Empathy
- Talking with Toddlers about the Transition to Primary
- Practical Life Activities in the Classroom and at Home