She regularly studies the current toys on the market, finds ways to make her own toys and looks for the latest educational toys to help maximize her children's play.
She has the ability to find the best age appropriate toys, books and activities for children of all ages.
”— Chandogya Upanishad 8:1:1,2 Stacy is the founder and owner of Balance Yoga & Healing Arts Center in Huntington, NY since 2002.
Balance is a very special yoga studio, and it is with great pride since 2002 that we share the many tools of yoga to enhance and enrich our community.
Balance is also a Wellness Center, providing a multitude of holistic services to support and encourage optimum health and wellness to all people.
She has received numerous awards including Indiana State Teacher of the Year 2011, Penn-Harris-Madison 2010 Teacher of the year, and the Martha Lee and Bill Armstrong Teacher Educator award.
She has been involved in the Quarknet Research Experience for Teachers program at the University of Notre Dame and she was selected as one of five teachers in the United States to attend a three-week conference at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Geneva, Switzerland during the summer of 2006.
Steve Hope, Principal of Penn High School said, “Stacy is nothing short of a master teacher.
She maintains high standards, teaches to every modality through a wide variety of creative assignments, differentiates her instruction to meet individual needs, personalizes instruction, incorporates current technology, and uses current research to guide her teaching.This year we will continue our great work and focus on teaching and learning for the success of all our students. Myrlene Pierre to the District as our new Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services and Ms.We have exceptional teams of principals, teachers, and staff in every school working together along with the support of an excellent team of school district leaders and staff who are committed to the success of each and every student. Olivia Yahya as our Executive Director of Language Acquisition. We serve nutritious meals every school day under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.Effective July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, children in the Westminster School District are eligible for free meals if the household income is less than or equal to the federal guidelines for either Free or Reduced Price meals.Please click headline for eligibility scale and more info.Stacy Zeiger began writing in 2000 for "Suburban News Publication" in Ohio and has taught writing as an eighth grade English teacher. With help from her background in education, she follows developmental milestones, searches for ways to engage her children and stays up to date with the latest medical, nutritional and safety regulations.