Category: teachers

Meet Our Teachers: Addressing the Teaching Challenges of the Pandemic

The last year has taught us all to face challenges unheard of and our teachers themselves have learned to adapt and pivot just as quickly as the rest of us. We are so proud of our staff here at Pine Village Preschool and how they’ve been able to support our children and families throughout the… Read more »

Staff Spotlight: Erin Chapman

We’ve been enjoying introducing you to the faces at Pine Village and we are so excited to keep this momentum going with some new blog posts coming soon. We’ve been thrilled to have such wonderful staff and employees who have been with us for years and others who are new to our team! Today, we… Read more »

Welcome, Juanita!

We are very excited to be welcoming Juanita Chiviliu, from La Puerta Abierta in Guatemala, to Boston this month! The connection began with Sara Yablon–Smith, one of our parents and also the longtime friend of La Puerta Abierta’s founder, Amanda Flayer. Since our introduction back in June, we have been working on ways to collaborate… Read more »

Teacher Appreciation Day!

Here at Pine Village, March 17 isn’t just St. Patrick’s Day, or even Evacuation Day (although, we suppose, at a preschool, every day is evacuation day, potty-trained or not [potty humor/pun fully intended]). PVP also has designated March 17 as Teacher Appreciation Day. Co-founder Brid Martin explains why in the post below. “One looks back… Read more »