― Rudolf Steiner
Teaching in the Waldorf classroom is a daily exercise of love and commitment. I always share with the children that each day is a new day, and that we have a new opportunity to do our best. Working with the children in my care the past few years has been exciting, creative and at times humbling. It is the hardest work I have ever done, but also the most gratifying, seeing the daily successes and triumphs of each child over the years. This success could be finishing their first chapter book, painting their best watercolor or harvesting and eating vegetables they themselves planted from seed. Teaching at Madison Waldorf School inspires me to be my best every day and to see the potential in each child.
Cherity holds a B.A. in both Spanish and Latin American Studies from Rockford University and an M.A. in Latin American Studies, with a concentration in History from the University of New Mexico. She received her Waldorf Teaching Certificate from the Great Lakes Waldorf Institute. She has worked for the past 6 years in education and the past 3 as a class teacher. She is passionate about the potential of each child, and the ability of Waldorf education to allow for those qualities to be discovered and fostered. In her free time she loves to read, speak Spanish, cook, walk, garden, travel and spend time with her family.