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From I-35W take the TX-280 Spur toward downtown. Turn right (north) onto Jones Street. Continue on Jones St for 5 blocks, turn right at the traffic light at 1st Street. Montessori at Sundance Square will be on your right.

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Bright Horizons Montessori at Sundance

(469) 620-5022

About Our Faculty

Bright Horizons educators strive to provide the highest-quality Montessori curriculum and learning environment for each individual child. Every member of our community is valued for their distinctive abilities, talents and personalities. We embrace diversity in all its forms at all levels of the Bright Horizons family. To facilitate this unique educational experience, teachers of the Montessori approach undergo very specific education and training. Montessori teachers prepare and adapt the environment to match children's readiness, both for the age group and the individual needs of the child. Additionally, they are trained to be keen observers of children in order to sequence and optimize lessons or activities to make the most of learning moments.

Meet Our Teachers

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  • Name: Jackie Lechuga
  • I Teach: Infant Teacher
  • Description: I love teaching because I love to see them reach different milestones. The infants bring me joy as I watch them learn and grow.
  • Name: Ileana Soto
  • I Teach: Infant Teacher
  • Description: I enjoy seeing the children smile daily. I also love when they reach a developmental milestone! My Favorite Children’s Book is ‘The Very Hungry Catepillar’.
  • Name: Jernise Daniels
  • I Teach: Infant Associate Teacher
  • Description: I love watching children grow and being an important part of their development. My favorite children’s book is ‘Little Foot’.
  • Name: Alicia Alvaraz
  • I Teach: Infant Teacher
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  • Name: Jasmine Edwards
  • I Teach: Infant Associate Teacher
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  • Name: Shalie Barter
  • I Teach: Young Toddler Associate Teacher
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  • Name: Ceola Davis
  • I Teach: Young Toddler Teacher
  • Description: I have been teaching since 2018. I love teaching because I love to see children progess an develop. I enjoy watching them grow and master skills.
  • Name: Alisha Daniel
  • I Teach: Young Toddler Associate Teacher
  • Description: I have been teaching since 2017. I love teaching children because I love watching them learn and grow.
  • Name: Brenda Lopez
  • I Teach: Toddler Teacher
  • Description: I enjoy working with children because they show so much love and excitement as they learn. My favorite children’s book is ‘Goodnight Moon’.
  • Name: Ashley Sanders
  • I Teach: Lead Toddler Teacher/Toddler Directress
  • Description: I love building relationships with the children. It makes me happy to know that I make a difference in their lives. My favorite children’s book is ‘Llama Llama’.
  • Name: Kyra Mason
  • I Teach: Toddler Associate Teacher
  • Description: I enjoy seeing the light bulb moment when children’s faces light up once they’ve learned something new. The kids challenge me to come up with more ideas that peak their interest and I love it. My favorite children’s book is ‘Chicka Chicka Boom Boom’.
  • Name: Nekita Horn
  • I Teach: Toddler Teacher
  • Description: I hope to impact young lives in such a way that it helps children develop into who they are. My favorite children’s book is ‘Honey, I Love!’.
  • Name: Destinee Golden
  • I Teach: Primary Associate Teacher
  • Description: I have been teaching since 2019. I love teaching children because I learn from them as much as they learn from me. I enjoy that I can be creative at work every day.
  • Name: Ariane Lange
  • I Teach: Primary Directress
  • Description: I have been teaching since 2002. I love teaching because I love watching my students grow under my care and getting rewarded everday as they learn.
  • Name: Elaine Norris
  • I Teach: Administrative Assistant/Lead Resource Teacher
  • Description: I love teaching because children love unconditionally and are eager to absorb whatever you introduce and reinforce to them. My favorite children’s book is ‘Llama, Llama Red Pajama’.
  • Name: Sherizon Scott
  • I Teach: Lead Infant Teacher
  • Description: I love when the children reach a developmental milestone and seeing the aha moment! My favorite children’s book is ‘Brown Bear Brown Bear’.
  • Name: Natasha Webb
  • I Teach: Resource Teacher
  • Description: I love to see children grow and learn new things! My favorite children’s book is ‘The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly’.
  • Name: Rachel Brown
  • I Teach: Resource Teacher
  • Description: I love teaching children because they are influential and this is the most valuable time to mold their brains and teach great habits.

School Administration

  • Name: Michelle Spikes

    Position: Head of School

    Description: I am excited to introduce myself of the Head of School at Bright Horizons Montessori at Sundance. I have been working with Bright Horizons since March of 2000 and have been with Montessori at Sundance since January of 2008. My background is in Child Development and I have an Associate’s Degree in this field. I have been actively involved with early childhood education for over 18 years. My favorite part about working with children is being able to witness their many ‘AHA!’ moments. Please stop by my office anytime. I look forward to meeting you!

  • Name: Ashley Lewis

    Position: Assistant Head of School

    Description: I have been working with children for 10 years. I have a BA and MA from Pensacola Christian College. In the past, I have worked with children on a campus daycare. Before accepting the Assistant Head of School position at Montessori at Sundance, I was a toddler teacher at a child care facility and was a member of the Leadership Team there. I also worked with children at Sunday school for 3 years. I’m very passionate about working with children and families and being able to provide the care and services they need.