What does the Governing Council Do?
Have you ever wondered what, precisely, your MPCS Governing Council does?
Check out the infographic at this link to learn more: Govering Council Roles
Sarah Landreth has been a part of the MPCS community for nine years and is currently serving in her fifth year on the GC. She currently serves MPCS as GC President. She co-chairs the School Accountability Committee and is a liaison to the Diversity and Inclusivity Committee. Sarah and her partner Scott are proud to have three children attending MPCS, spanning from Kindergarten to the Upper School.
Sarah was an elementary teacher for seven years in Colorado and Oregon. She holds a BA in Psychology and Elementary Ed certification from CU Boulder. She is currently pursuing her MA in Counseling at CU Denver.
Samantha joined the MPCS community as a parent in 2012 when her oldest son started in the Sunflower Kindergarten. She has been active in the community helping with the Winter Market, as a class representative, and as a member of the Foundation. She and her husband Stuart have three children who are in preschool, 1st grade, and 3rd grade at MPCS.
Samantha was first drawn to MPCS while looking for a preschool that honored child development, a child’s need for play and outdoors, and valued creativity. Her family has stayed at MPCS for all these things and many more as her understanding of Waldorf education and love of the school’s community have deepened. As a member of the board, she hopes to help the school reach new heights as a leader in the public Waldorf movement.
Samantha grew up in northern Virginia and attended James Madison University. She has a BS in Psychology and an MA in Human Services: Counseling. When not on the MPCS campus, Samantha runs her own business helping moms launch and build online businesses. She enjoys trying new recipes, camping with her family, yoga class, volunteering, doing crossword puzzles, and writing.
Bio and pic coming soon.
Member at Large
As a Mountain Phoenix parent, I am passionate about our school, our community, and our children. I am honored to be able to serve on the Foundation and look forward to helping make the best decisions to grow responsibly and in the best interests of our families. I have been part of the MPCS community since the Wheat Ridge campus opened in 2011. I am a proud product of the Jefferson County public school system and have lived in Wheat Ridge since 2002.
My experience includes volunteering for the MPCS Auction the past three years, and two years of serving as a MPCS classroom parent representative. Prior to
volunteering at MPCS, I served on the board of the Wilmore-Davis Elementary PTA, and have ample work experience in the technical writing, marketing, and
business management fields.