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Meet the Faculty

Teachers who love teaching, teach children to love learning.

Holly Weaver, Curriculum Specialist and Lead Teacher

Holly Weaver headshot croppedAfter completing her Bachelor of Arts in Performance and Media studies, Holly went on to complete a 2 year Post Graduate Bachelor of Education in Elementary and Secondary Teaching from Deakin University Melbourne Australia. Ms. Weaver held the role of lead educator at the Gould League Australia, a not for profit Environmental Science Organization. Holly spent several years teaching and being a student welfare leader at Wesley Collage’s Clunes Campus, an immersive 8 week middle school residential program. At Caulfield Grammar School, one of Melbourne’s most innovative K – 12 Independent Schools, Holly was a founding member of the Learning Mentor program; established to individualize learning pathways for students within the middle years. Since 2007 Holly has held the role of Welfare Coordinator overseeing the complete schooling experience for students within her care as well as being a passionate teacher of English, Humanities, Media and Theatre. A lover of the Arts Holly has directed many a play, musical and dance production, winning the 2014 Victorian Musical Theater award of Best Junior Production for Hairspray. Having recently moved to the Bay Area with her family Holly enjoys exploring the nature and beauty of Marin and is currently writing a young adult fiction novel.

Rachel Lambrecht, Lower Grades Teacher

Rachel LambrechtMs. Rachel completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Women and Gender studies from the University of Redlands and her Master’s Degree in Humanities at Dominican University of California where her culminating project was the development of curriculum for adolescent girls coming of age. Rachel has been a Grades 1 and 2 class teacher and taught Music, Art and Spanish for Grades 1 through 6. She also leads our Girls Time, a class for middle school girls.  Ms. Rachel is a birth doula and certified yoga teacher. She led youth summer camps for many years, worked as a substitute teacher at a local K-8 private school, has been an assistant teacher in retreats for adolescent girls, volunteers in the youth program at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and has completed the Mindfulness Educator training course. She enjoys travel, yoga, camping and rock climbing.

Nic Moss, Wilderness Day Teacher

An experienced wilderness guide and certified tracker, Mr. Nic teaches animal tracking, primitive skills, plant identification, fire building, knife safety, and wilderness crafts.  He has spent the past two years studying in the Regenerative Design and Nature Awareness program which emphasizes strong connection to place, people and self. Mr. Nic is the perfect guide for our students as they spend the entire day each month exploring the natural world, learning new skills, having fun and gaining confidence in their abilities.

 

Derek Rubinstein, Psy.D., School Psychologist

Derek Rubinstein, Psy.D.Bringing over 10 years of education and training in the mental health field, Dr. Rubinstein has been dedicated to learning the most effective approaches for helping children, adolescents, and families get the support they need to overcome challenges and thrive. Dr. Rubinstein received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, a holistic practice-focused program that combines the latest scientific research with the world’s great wisdom traditions. He has worked as an autism clinician and researcher, a therapist at San Rafael High School, and has provided therapy and psycho-educational assessments at three community mental health clinics in San Francisco. Dr. Rubinstein has also published research on the development and implementation of school-based social clubs for kids on the autism spectrum, animal-assisted group therapy for adults, and his doctoral thesis was on the benefits of learning and practicing mindfulness for adolescents. Outside his role as a psychologist, Dr. Rubinstein has worked as a youth mentor, camp counselor, and for the past four years has been an active volunteer in Spirit Rock Meditation Center’s family program. He also enjoys photography and being in the great outdoors rock climbing, camping, hiking, and skiing.

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