The Lewis & Clark Montessori School draws talented & dynamic individuals from diverse backgrounds. The staff bring a wealth of experience in classrooms & life to our students and community. Every day, they show their dedication to Montessori children and education in general through their tireless work on behalf of our students.

Our staff has a combined total experience of over 100 years in Montessori education and are led by AMI Montessori-trained administrators. Our teachers are all Montessori-trained and Oregon licensed or Charter School Registered. In addition, most of our guides and administrators have Master’s degrees.

Click on the images below for contact information and to learn more about our guides, assistants, administrators, and support staff.

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Photo of Marta Weber Marta Weber Guide – Wy’East
(503) 427 – 0803

Marta comes to LCMCS with a diverse background in education and life experience. After working as a literacy tutor with AmeriCorps, she developed a strong desire to work in public schools and is passionate about making Montessori education accessible to all students. She has a BA in History, with a minor in Political Science, and immersed herself in the Spanish language while attending a school in Guatemala after graduation.

Photo of Dayna Weiler Dayna Weiler Guide – MAC
(503) 427 – 0803

Dayna moved to Oregon from Alaska with her husband, Fred, to continue to grow the Montessori Adolescent Corps. She was instrumental in developing the public MAC program in Juneau, and was lead teacher for ten years. She has a BA in History, a BS in Biology, an MA in Teaching, and a state teaching license. Dayna was the Vice President of the Southeast Alaska Friends of Montessori Board for five years. She and Fred have four children, two of whom were adopted from China. Contact:

Photo of Fred Weiler Fred Weiler Guide – MAC
(503) 427 – 0803

Fred is a Jack-of-All-Trades from Alaska who seems to truly have done it all – from training pigs to race, to coaching high school football; from substitute teaching to member of the Southeast Alaska Friends of Montessori Board – and more. He worked in the Juneau Montessori community in a number of roles for ten years, including interim Adolescent Program teacher and Para Educator, working with special needs populations. Fred is a skilled handyman and enjoys his role of taking care of the MAC farm.