Greg has been a parent at Clearview since 2013 and has four students currently enrolled. He comes from a career in overly complex computer systems and is known to gadget frequently. His original purpose for computers was to run a flight simulators, which lead to his love of flying and experimental aircraft. He also works on cars and PCs for fun. Greg has been transitioning to SDE and Horizontal Communication in hopes to help create space for everyone to find their place in our communities.
Megan Baker has worked with children for many years through her summer camp, after-school care program, and LEWIS (Learning Without School, during the Covid school year). She has a 21 year-old, unschooled son, and has long supported self-directed education. In her spare time she likes to watch movies, read, and spend time with her husband and Greta the dog.
Breanne has previously been connected with Clearview as a parent and has been involved in self-directed learning for several years with her own children. She’s a meditation teacher, Photoshop specialist, and serial creative. In her free time, she is often out at one of Austin’s many music venues. She believes play and exploration are life’s greatest teachers and feels privileged to see that in action at Clearview.
Shawna spent more than 20 years building a career in Advertising & Marketing before
discovering the Sudbury model and becoming hooked. In her involvement as a parent and a
staff member, she is thrilled to have witnessed people grow, thrive, and launch from Clearview.
Curious about everything, she enjoys learning and discovering more each day.
Paulo is a 21 year old cyclist, unschooler, and our newest staff member. His own experiences with SDE have shaped his perspectives on education and inspired him to take part in the SDE journey of others. In his free time he takes photos, rides bikes, and makes music digitally. He also enjoys lifting weights.
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