Amy Hathaway teaches Grade 4 Math and Science in the Key School. She has seventeen years teaching experience in elementary Montessori education. Amy holds a BFA in Art History as well as an elementary Montessori teaching certification. She recently completed coursework training for the Associate Level of Orton-Gillingham Multisensory Language and Multisensory Math. Amy came to the Key School as a substitute teacher in the spring of 2017 and is now very excited to have the opportunity to transition into a full-time teaching position there.
Some of Amy’s favorite pastimes are hiking in the mountains, walking her dogs, listening to live music, and appreciating Appalachian culture and art.
Get to know Amy Hathaway:
What do you like most about your job at CDS? "I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with these amazing children on their journey through fourth grade. I am passionate about finding ways to help students enjoy learning. I love that CDS is supportive of creative and innovate ways of teaching, such as inquiry based learning, where students take an active and engaged role. The teachers and administrators at CDS are very passionate, supportive, and professional. It’s inspiring to work in such a positive environment where you feel that you are encouraged to keep growing and evolving as an educator.
I also love the fact that the CDS community values the idea of equity and inclusion. I feel this type of mindset when I am on campus—there is a vibe of peace, kindness, and courtesy throughout the faculty and student body."