Ms. Lee is the Administrative & Site Coordinator as well as English circle time teacher. She has worked in education for over 20 years, spanning multiple grade levels, subjects, and roles. However, it was her time teaching in Taiwan that solidified her interest in child development and second language acquisition. Ms. Lee holds a MLIS, a Master of Education, and an Early Childhood Program Director permit. Ms. Lee strongly believes in the importance of active, open-ended, and creative play in the intellectual, social, and emotional development of young children.
Ms. Leung is part of the LACS Children's Center admin team and also helps out as our floater TA (teacher's assistant). She has over 20 years of experience teaching different age groups from infant to school age children. Her experience working with children began with toddlers and preschoolers in a play-based environment. She's also worked with transitional kindergarten and kindergarten-age children in a Montessori environment.
Ms. Lo is in charge of handling the Center’s finances and bookkeeping. Prior to joining LACS Children’s Center, Ms. Lo taught art to K-2nd grade students at an afterschool program for three years. It was from her experience there that she became interested in working with children. Ms. Lo is also qualified to work with the children in the classrooms as a teacher's assistant. You will often see her helping to supervise the children in the playground or classrooms.
Ms. Chuang is the lead teacher in the 4's class. She holds a Credential for Early Childhood Education from AMS (American Montessori Society). She previously worked at a bilingual Montessori school and has more than 8 years of extensive hands-on teaching experience, with a focus on bilingual Chinese and English learning. Ms. Chuang is especially passionate about nurturing young children’s Chinese language skills through immersive and engaging activities.
Ms. Lu is the lead teacher in the 3’s class. She holds an Early Childhood Education certificate as well as a nursing degree. Ms. Lu worked as an afterschool Chinese teacher for K-1st grade for 6 years prior to joining the preschool. She enjoys teaching arts and crafts which helps children to develop hands-on-skills and Chinese songs to help children learn the language in a fun and meaningful way.