A member of the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education

Ieeda Rico

I am a native Colorado Springs resident and I have been living in Massachusetts for the last 13 years. I worked for several years in District 11 in Colorado Springs as a Paraprofessional, and as a case manager for adults with intellectual disabilities. While in Colorado and in Massachusetts I also worked for many years as a Paramedic; however, after looking for the right education for my own children many years ago, I stumbled into the Waldorf School of Cape Cod in Massachusetts. I spent several years as a dedicated parent, falling in love with Waldorf education, and finally decided to take the plunge and attend the Waldorf Teacher Training Program at Antioch University. While in training, I taught in After Care and also taught Parent-Child classes. I then took on a first grade class which later became a combined class and I taught with them until third grade. Additionally, I served as Faculty Chair, as a member of the Leadership Council, and as a member of the Board of Trustees. This past summer I completed the Teacher Training Program and moved back to Colorado Springs right back to my old neighborhood. I currently live with my husband and three children (with a fourth on the way). I am incredibly passionate about Waldorf education, cooking, fiber arts, reading, and being outside in anyway possible – back in the mountains! I am so excited to be part of such a welcoming community and look forward to the journey ahead.
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