Recognizing, embracing, and creating healthy, nurturing families

is the heart of our work.

Our Teachers

DSC_0413Bege Reynolds

Bege has been teaching for twenty-five years in public, Montessori and Waldorf schools.  She has a BA and Teacher’s Certification in grades K-8 and completed her Early Childhood Waldorf training in the summer of 2015 after five years at the Micha-el Institute in Portland Oregon. Bege loves gardening, hiking, skiing, playing ice hockey, collecting quotes and verses, sending snail mail, felting and reading.  She lives with her husband John Sweek and son Elliot who attended The Mountain School for four years and is now in high school.  Her daughter Elsa is out of college and working and her son Miles is in college.  

IMG_3214Rebecca Stevenson

Rebecca grew up in the hills of sunny Southern California. Throughout her childhood she participated in 4H, raised chickens and sheep, and competed on horses in both Gymkhana and High School Rodeo. Rebecca’s love for the outdoors was, and still is, fostered by her parents and sisters.Every summer, Rebecca and her family camp at Redfish Lake where they hike, fish, water ski, and backpack. Rebecca also spent five summers working at Redfish Lake Lodge and enjoyed summitting peaks in the Sawtooths on her days off.

Rebecca has enjoyed working with others ever since she was young and has found a passion for teaching through Waldorf Education. Rebecca earned her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Concordia University in Portland, OR. She completed her Student Teaching in a 3rd grade class at Portland Village School, a public Waldorf inspired charter school. Rebecca enjoys music, nature, handwork, gardening, cooking, and art. In her free time she enjoys running and hiking, playing soccer and ultimate frisbee, fly fishing with her dad, volunteering with Therapeutic Horseback Riding programs, and spending quality time with family and friends. Rebecca feels extremely humbled and blessed to be a part of Sweet Clover School and hopes to inspire others through her work.