Michelle Reverri-Courtoy - Substitute Teacher

Michelle received her customized Bachelor of Science degree in “Montessori Education with a Fine Art Emphasis” through Westminster College.  She also has both AMS Early Childhood and Lower Elementary credentials. Prior to joining the Elizabeth Academy staff, her tenure as a technical network engineer involved emerging technologies, such as challenging the monopoly of access to the internet, digitizing credit card processing and modernizing processes in the banking industry. Michelle was introduced to the beautiful world of Montessori learning after her oldest daughter became frustrated with the public school system after just a few months of Kindergarten. While homeschooling part time, she realized it takes various viewpoints to truly raise a well-balanced child. Finding the teachings of Maria Montessori, she realized that someone had created a methodology that aligns with her personal philosophy.

Michelle's passions include art, photography, computers, lifelong learning, and personal expression.


Jennifer Courtright - substitute teacher

Jennifer earned her Master's degree in Elementary Education from Canisius College of Buffalo, NY in 1999. She holds a Gifted and Talented Endorsement from The University of Utah and is certified to teach grades K-6. Jennifer has been teaching at the elementary level for 8 years at both Jeremy Ranch Elementary in Park City, UT and Parkside Elementary in Murray, UT. 

Both of Jennifer's sons attend Elizabeth Academy and she is thrilled to be a part of the professional team at Elizabeth. Jennifer has always had a profound passion for the education and development of the whole child. She is committed and eager to grow with the students of Elizabeth Academy and their families.

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whitney franck - substitute teacher

Whitney has a Bachelor of Science degree in human development and family studies with an emphasis on Early Childhood Education from the University of Utah. She also has a MACTE accredited Montessori Early Childhood credential from the Center for Guided Montessori Studies. Prior to joining the Elizabeth Academy staff, Whitney was an Early Childhood co-lead teacher at Montessori Community School. She also worked as an infant and toddler teacher at the Goddard School. 

nate lewis - substitute teacher

lynn roberts - substitute teacher

yael guinzberg - substitute teacher

sandra vonFoller - substitute teacher

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gretchen lupica - substitute teacher

Gretchen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography from the University of California Santa Barbara and is currently working on her CMStep Secondary I-II (ages 12 – 18) Certification through the Cincinnati Montessori Secondary Teacher Education Program.

Her hobbies include hiking and skiing with her husband Jim and son Quinn, walking her crazy dogs, reading, cooking, and knitting.

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kelly delacluyse - substitute teacher

Kelly has experience as a special needs day camp assistant counselor and as a volunteer at the National Ability Center, where she supported individuals with disabilities in using adaptive ski equipment. She also worked for three years as a teacher's assistant for Kindergarten through 5th grade students at Sylvan Learning Center.

In her free time, Kelly enjoys art, skiing, hiking, and fishing.

sarah phillips - Substitute teacher