Bethany Noah


Position: Montessori Assistant Teacher

Education: Bachelor's in Geology

Bethany Noah found Freedom Montessori School three years ago when her daughter, Isabella, was to begin pre-school.  One of the things that drew her to the Montessori classroom was how Montessori recognizes each child as an individual spirit and works to assist each child to develop self confidence, independence, and a love of learning.   Dr. Maria Montessori’s idea that teaching is not merely to make the child understand or to force memorization, but to touch the imagination so much that it enthuses the child’s innermost core.  She pursues the embodiment of this idea with passion, dedication and love.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in Geology, and has taken early education classes and workshops.  She worked in a preschool in North Carolina before joining our team.


“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” -Benjamin Franklin


The color of the month is red.  We are working on the sounds for the letters e h r g.. Read more

100th day of school!!!!

It was a beautiful day at school today, and a surprise for many to walk through our 100th day banner! .. Read more

Art-rageous books….

There is a art class at the library on Feb 8 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm.

PE: I can do that!

Today we followed simple instructions in the gym while playing a running game.  We talked about the start/beginning, when to.. Read more

to the lesson….

Our beta fish…..

 We are so thankful for our newest addition to our family:  Blue the fish!  The children started calling him blue.. Read more

Introducing Puppets!

We enjoyed the last two days during circle time.  Yesterday, we met Ms. Laymon (the puppet) during Music class.  She helped.. Read more

Arctic animals

We are studying the continent of ANTARCTICA!  We are studying the arctic animals including arctic fox, polar bear, penguins, rabbits,.. Read more

Celebrating snow!

We had fun today working on our lessons.  It is exciting to see what we can accomplish by ourselves.  We.. Read more


While reading with your toddler: Toddlers and preschool children benefit from the 3 R’s: Rhythm, rhymes and repetition. Involve your.. Read more

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