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Debra Marcotte

Board of Trustees Member

Seacoast Waldorf School

HQ Phone:  (207) 439-7911

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Seacoast Waldorf School

228 Beech Road

Eliot, Maine,03903

United States

Company Description

Seacoast Waldorf School strives to be a thriving community that provides excellence in education for the Greater Seacoast Area. The Waldorf® curriculum balances academic, artistic, and practical life skills, fostering each child's ability to think with clari...more

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Faculty & Administration - Seacoast Waldorf School

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Debra Marcotte, Seacoast Waldorf School
Debra Marcotte, 3/4th Grade Teacher Debra was first introduced to Waldorf Education many years ago, when she was a nanny for two children who attended the Tomte Gubben School (now the Monadnock Waldorf School) in Nelson, NH. She hoped that one day, when she had a family of her own, her children could attend a Waldorf School. As it happened, she did not live in proximity to one, and so that was not a possibility. She lived on the seacoast, but Seacoast Waldorf School was not yet born, and her children were too old to attend when it came into being. However, when she decided to home school her youngest son, a Waldorf-based curriculum was the next best thing, and so her journey toward becoming a Waldorf teacher continued. Through the years, Debra worked with children of all ages in many capacities - as a Sunday school teacher, church youth leader, camp director, acting teacher, literacy coach and para-educator. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Writing from Granite State College the same year her youngest son, whom she still homeschooled, graduated from high school. She entered the world of public education as a Title One Reading teacher, and after one year, knew she needed to work with children in a different way. And so, she decided to apply to and was accepted into, the Waldorf Teacher Certification program at Antioch University of New England. Her training brought her to Tidewater as an intern. Now she is very happy to continue on her Waldorf journey with this year's Second/Third Grade class. Debra has two sons. She enjoys her family, the theater, especially musical theater, singing, sewing and crafting, camping, hiking and the outdoors, and her wonderful group of lifelong friends.


Board of Trustees - Seacoast Waldorf School

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Secretary: Deb Marcotte
Ms. Marcotte was first introduced to Waldorf Education many years ago, when she was a nanny for two children who attended the Tomte Gubben School (now the Monadnock Waldorf School) in Nelson, NH. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Writing from Granite State College the same year her youngest son, whom she still homeschooled, graduated from high school. She entered the world of public education as a Title One Reading teacher, and after one year, knew she needed to work with children in a different way. And so, she decided to apply to and was accepted into, the Waldorf Teacher Certification program at Antioch University of New England. Her training brought her to Seacoast Waldorf School where she continues on her Waldorf journey with this year's Second Grade class.


Faculty - Tidewater Waldorf School

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Deb Marcotte
Debra Marcotte, BA 2nd Grade Ms. Marcotte was first introduced to Waldorf Education many years ago, when she was a nanny for two children who attended the Tomte Gubben School (now the Monadnock Waldorf School) in Nelson, NH. She hoped that one day, when she had a family of her own, her children could attend a Waldorf School. As it happened, she did not live in proximity to one, and so that was not a possibility. She lived on the seacoast, but Tidewater was not yet born, and her children were too old to attend when it came into being. However, when she decided to home school her youngest son, a Waldorf-based curriculum was the next best thing, and so her journey toward becoming a Waldorf teacher continued. Through the years, Ms. Marcotte worked with children of all ages in many capacities - as a Sunday school teacher, church youth leader, camp director, acting teacher, literacy coach and para-educator. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in English Literature and Writing from Granite State College the same year her youngest son, whom she still homeschooled, graduated from high school. She entered the world of public education as a Title One Reading teacher, and after one year, knew she needed to work with children in a different way. And so, she decided to apply to and was accepted into, the Waldorf Teacher Certification program at Antioch University of New England. Her training brought her to Tidewater as an intern. Now she is very happy to continue on her Waldorf journey with this year's First Grade class. Ms. Marcotte has two grown sons, both of whom still live in the area. She looks forward to adding the title of Grandma to her name when her oldest son and daughter-in-law decide to make that possible! She enjoys her children and family, the theater, especially musical theater, singing, sewing and crafting, camping, hiking and the outdoors, and my wonderful group of lifelong friends. TRUSTEE: Deb Marcotte Deb teaches 2nd Grade at Tidewater. Full bio above.


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