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[dt_sc_team name=”Bree Schaffer Pacheco” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/bree.jpg” role=”Director & Teacher”/]

Bree Schaffer Pacheco is the Director of Jefferson Street Preschool and teaches in our M/W/F class. She is a Colorado native and grew up in Littleton. She graduated from CU-Boulder with a B.A. in Psychology and Spanish in 2008. Bree spent the entirety of her college years volunteering for and later directing a support and crisis line, and she wholeheartedly believed that she wanted to be a therapist.

It wasn’t until she worked at a summer camp after graduating that Bree found her true passion in working with young children. After the camp ended, she started teaching in the Early Childhood field. She took additional college classes to become both an Early Childhood Teacher and Small Center Director Qualified. In the process of doing that, Bree also became a Child Health Liaison through Boulder County Public Health. Her education in early childhood is ongoing and she really enjoys learning about how she can best support children and their families. She has been at Jefferson Street Preschool since it opened and loves her JSP community.

[dt_sc_team name=”Reyanne Guerrero” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/newreyannephoto.jpeg” role=”Office Manager”/]

Reyanne Guerrero is Jefferson Street Preschool’s office manager. She is a Colorado native, growing up in Louisville, and was a member of the committee that founded our preschool. She loves getting to know the families and students of JSP. She is a substitute in the classroom when needed and her favorite part of her job is watching the children learn and grow each year they are at JSP.

Both her children attended JSP and so she has a unique perspective, as an employee and a parent, to the warm and welcoming environment of the school. In her spare time, Reyanne likes gardening, skiing, snowboarding, traveling, and spending time with her family.

[dt_sc_team name=”Eli Fairman” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/neweliphoto-1.jpeg” role=”Teacher”/]

Eli Fairman is a teacher in all of our classes and leads our M/W/F and Pre-K classes. He has been with JSP since 2011. Although born in Germany, Eli grew up mainly in Colorado. He became used to being the “new kid” in school due to his father’s Air Force career and thus can understand the anxiety some of our students will encounter on their first day at JSP. Eli loves competing in sports, especially football, lacrosse and wrestling. He is looking forward to completing his education in the Early Childhood field and starting a family one day.

Although young, Eli’s character is evident by his respect for others, his empathy for those less fortunate, and his recognition of virtue in everyone. He is a strong, positive and encouraging role model for the students at JSP and we feel very fortunate to have a male teacher like him on our team.


[dt_sc_team name=”Amy Holton” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/FullSizeRender.jpg” role=”Teacher”/]

Amy leads our T/Th class and also teaches in our M/W/F class. She was born and raised on Long Island, New York and then moved to Massachusetts to attend college. Amy earned a B.S. in Human Services from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA and a Master’s in Social Work from Simmons College, Boston, MA. She lived in Connecticut and Minnesota with her family before moving to Colorado for her husband’s job. She worked with families and children as a clinical social worker prior to staying home to care for her twin girls.

Over the last few years, Amy has had the opportunity to volunteer at her children’s preschool and elementary school. Most recently, she had a position with Lafayette Library’s Kids Ready to Read Program facilitating story times to area preschools. She loves reading and enjoys sharing her passion and interest in early literacy with the young children she works with! In Amy’s spare time, she loves to cook, read, do yoga, complete messy art projects with her girls, play Uno with her family, and explore the amazing trails of Colorado. On warm summer nights her family loves to bike over to Sweet Cow to enjoy some yummy ice cream – raspberry chocolate chip is her favorite flavor! Amy is looking forward to a great school year filled with lots of fun, learning, playing, and new adventures![/dt_sc_one_third]

[dt_sc_team name=”Jen Hoffman” image=”” role=”Teacher”/]

Jen will be an assistant teacher in all of our classes. She is excited to join JSP for the 2019-2020 school year! Although Jen received a degree in English Studies from Northern Illinois University, she has always been passionate about early childhood education and teaching early literacy skills.

She began working as a copy editor for the Messenger-Inquirer in Owensboro, Kentucky right out of college and continued to focus on her journalism career to become an entertainment and business reporter for the Chicago Tribune a year later. She was able to work on some amazing projects like writing YouTube scripts for Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and gaming articles for The Gamer, and interviewing comedians like Gabriel Iglesias and musicians from Foreigner and American English. She discovered that journalism wasn’t the right career path after six years in the field.

She found her true passion when she became an assistant preschool teacher in a private school. Jen has been working in a preschool setting for four years and she enjoys every moment of this fun and rewarding job! In her free time, you can find her reading a good book, hiking with her dog and husband, baking or working on an art project. [/dt_sc_one_third]

[dt_sc_team name=”Andrea Atmore Coleman” image=”/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/4.jpg” role=”Alumni Teacher” /]

Andrea Atmore Coleman taught at JSP from 2013-2019. She has moved on to the Teacher Education Program at Boulder Journey School to get her Master’s degree. We are so grateful to Andrea for all that she gave to JSP over the years and she will always be an important part of our little red school! Check out the library named after her in front of our building! [/dt_sc_one_third]