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                    [post_content] => Pamela Brantley worked as a Preschool Teacher for Freedom Academy before it became Freedom Montessori in 2005.  Pam was introduced and trained in the Montessori environment and worked as the Primary Lead Teacher.  Shortly after, Pam became a Stay-At-Home-Montessori Mom for a few years!  Returning to the classroom as a Primary Lead teacher brought various opportunities to teach students, train teachers, and facilitate child care workshops and trainings for preschool teachers. One of those years was spent as a Guide for the Lower Elementary class. Her range of experience allows her to understand the many facets of our children’s journey here at the Freedom Montessori School. She has three children of her own who have attended Freedom Montessori School.

Mrs. Brantley’s dedication surrounds the children in the classroom as they explore their educational environment.  She has a heart for children and a gift for teaching. She is very passionate about the Montessori philosophy and honors the opportunity to be a part of the Freedom Montessori Family. She eventually became the Director of Education here at Freedom Montessori and believes in a growing healthy institute where families, teachers, and administration can grow together. She currently resides in Tega Cay, with her husband, Letron, and their three children, Nate, Jazz, and Isaiah.
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                    [post_content] => Churise Turner is a native of Winnsboro, SC. Ms. Turner has worked with children in different capacities for 13 years and serves as the Director of Business Affairs at Freedom Montessori School.  She has one son, Devin (7).

 
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” – Anthony J. DeAngelo
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Mrs. Boulware has 10 years of experience working with children, from day camps to public school. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood education, and is Montessori trained in Primary from the North American Montessori Training Center. She and her husband, Leon, have four beautiful children, two boys, Jaevion (8), Josiah (3) and two girls, Maliah (2), Madilyn (3 mos). As a family, they enjoy watching wrestling and football. They love having family game nights and spending quality time with each other. Mrs. Boulware has a passion for teaching and loves working with young children. "I love the Montessori Method, and I believe that it fosters a solid and wonderful foundation for a child's learning experience. 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In NY, Ms. Camp taught acting, Shakespeare, and playwrighting during in-school and after-school residencies in public and private schools in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. She also taught for the Hudson Homeschool Society, bringing the world of Shakespeare to life for children aged 6-18. For Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, a dance studio in Manhattan, Ms. Camp taught Intro to Drama to 3-6- year-olds. For five years, Saluda was an actor with Only Make Believe, created by Dena Hammerstein to bring the magic of imagination and interactive theater to children in hospitals and care facilities. With Only Make Believe, Saluda worked with children of all ages with physical, emotional and mental challenges. Her passion is inspiring young children to find their own creative voice and to develop a love for learning. 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This experience is what lead her to pursue her degree and Montessori certification. Tamara's husband career in the Navy allowed her family to travel and live on both coasts of the country and to call Iceland home for two years. As a homeschooling family they were able to explore and make the most of each new transfer. While living in Washington State Tamara volunteered as an Art Docent for the North Kitsap School District. She later worked for the Central Kitsap School District as a teaching assistant in the districts alternative school for homeschooling families. This allowed Tamara to pursue both her love of children and her interest in art. Tamara would later work with one of the artist she met during this time traveling to Italy to assist in painting workshops and retreats. This endeavor has allowed Tamara to combine her culinary skills in combination with her love of people, travel, history, and art. Tamara and her husband relocated to Rock Hill from Wisconsin five years ago and have enjoyed being closer to family and friends and becoming apart of the Rock Hill community.  
“Start by doing what's necessary; then do what's possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – Francis Assisi
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Brantley

Pamela Brantley

Director of Education

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Churise Turner

Director of Business Affairs

Boulware

Malisa Boulware

Lead Primary Teacher

Camp

Saluda Camp

Assistant Toddler Teacher

Cherry

Maureen Cherry

Lead Toddler Teacher

Patel

Toral Patel

Assistant Teacher

Marion

Tamara Marion

Teacher's Aide

James

James Wallace

Maintenance

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David White

Maintenance

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