It's #FacultyFriday, where we end our school week by highlighting a member of our faculty and staff. This week we would like to introduce Amy Shor, Early Childhood teacher!
Amy has taught at the Waldorf School of Princeton since 2003, primarily leading nursery and parent-child programs. Amy Shor received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She earned a certificate in Waldorf early childhood education and completed the coursework for a master’s degree in Waldorf education from Sunbridge College in Chestnut Ridge, New York. Ms. Shor’s deep knowledge of Waldorf education has helped many parents manage the challenges of raising children. Her warmth with the children and ability to build community both in and outside the classroom make her classroom an inviting gateway to the school. Prior to working at Princeton, she was a nursery teacher, parent/tot teacher, and administrator at the Dayspring Community School in Warwick, New York. Amy is also a WSP alumni parent.
In addition to teaching our Parent-Child and Buttercup Nursey classes, Amy is leading our new Family Morning program, which met for the first time yesterday. Come visit our school and meet Ms.Shor at our next Family Morning on Thursday, November 30, 8:45-10. Open to ALL families with children from birth through age 5.
To read more about Amy and WSP's amazing faculty and staff, visit https://www.princetonwaldorf.org/dept-directory?force=1. #FacultyFriday #WSPFaculty&Staff