Pamela is the owner of Strode Montessori. She has always had a passion for caring for young infants and toddlers. Pamela studied for her Montessori credentials in infant and toddler care at the Montessori Education Center of the Rockies and has completed her master's degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in December 2011 in curriculum studies with a focus in early childhood education. She is enthusiastic about providing quality infant and toddler care to her community in Hawaii.
Kelsey is currently enrolled in the Masters program at Chaminade University. She is also working to complete her Montessori certificate. Kelsey received her teaching degree in
Early Childhood Education from Stevenson University in Maryland. Kelsey worked as a toddler teacher before transitioning to the role of the associate director. She enjoys working to prepare materials for the classroom environment. When she is not
working, she spends time in the water and reading.
Beth has been working with infants and
toddlers for a number of years. She has a bachelor's degree in teaching from the
University of Dayton in Early Childhood Education and studied a lot of
the Montessori philosophy while there. When Beth is not in the
classroom, she enjoys the outdoors, running, and reading.
Ashley has been working with infants and
toddlers for eight years and cannot imagine herself doing anything else.
She really loves to learn about each individual child and helping him or
her grow. Ashley is currently working on her associate's degree in
early childhood education and continues to take many of PATCH's training
workshops. When Ashley is not at work, she
enjoys spending time with
Strode Montessori, Inc. is licensed by the Department of Human Services
to serve a maximum of 33 (at our Mauka campus) or 27 (at our Makai campus) children
ages 6 weeks to 3 years.
We maintain low child to teacher ratios to better serve your child's social and emotional development. Our ratio for our infant classrooms are 1:3 and our ratio for our toddler classrooms are 1:5. Each of our five classrooms has at least one lead teacher who holds a bachelor degree or higher in Early Childhood Education. In addition to this, all teachers continue to learn about the Montessori philosophy and methods if they are not finished with their Montessori certification.
To ensure the safety of your children. All teachers and caregivers are trained in infant and child CPR and First Aid.
Between two schools serving sixty families, we have 17 full-time teachers on campus at all times.