As both a faculty member and CRS parent, I have been impressed by the incredible sense of community. CRS means frequent hugs from students and cross-campus shout-outs, seeing curiosity, wonder, and discovery light up faces, and being a part of the joyful learning that the school embodies.
Becca joined CRS in 2012 as a learning specialist. In this role, she oversees learning support for the school, including conducting screenings and coordinating learning support for students both at CRS and outside the school. In addition, she works directly with students in Grades 4 – 8 through learning groups, classroom support, and one-on-one, and also works closely with faculty and parents. Prior to CRS, Becca was a learning specialist at the Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School in Chicago. Her experience also includes teaching second grade and designing and implementing family programming and hands-on experiences at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio. Becca earned her B.A. in Art History from Vassar College and holds a master’s in education from Bank Street College of Education (Museum Education and K-6 teaching) and DePaul University (Special Education).