Meet the MKU Shavano Staff

About MKU Shavano Montessori School Staff

Our Montessori School Staff at MKU Shavano, provide a nurturing learning environment to Nurture, Inspire and Educate your child.

Ms. Haydee Guerreror - School Director/Head of School

MKUShavano-MsHaydeeGuerrero-Daycare-preschool-child careHaydee Guerrero – From Mexico City, I studied Education and started my career as a teacher over 20 years ago at the elementary level. I worked for 11 years as an Educational Consultant for two major publishing companies, training bilingual and dual-language teachers.
I moved to San Antonio, TX in 2007, and continued my career teaching Spanish to kids, teens, and adults. In 2011, I became a preschool teacher in a prestigious Spanish Immersion School. I was soon promoted as Assistant Director, and eventually Director of two Spanish Immersion Schools, since 2015.
Working with kids and helping them learn a Second Language are two of my passions.
I consider myself an eager learner, always interested in the development and expansion of everyone I come in contact with.
I have been a certified life coach since 2012, and a Mindfulness and “Heal Your Life” trainer and workshop leader for kids, teens, and adults.
In 2016, I got a certification as a “Managing with the Heart and Mind” leader, working with the staff in schools and organizations, like PreK for SA where we implemented the project  “Mirror Mirror” with the goal of empowering teachers and training them to implement a program based on positive Affirmations, Self-love, and Mindfulness for kids.
In my free time, I enjoy reading, music, singing, dancing, watching movies, and spending time with my kids.
I live my life with joy and passion, making sure my actions are a reflection of my beliefs and convictions.

Contact MKU Shavano Montessori School


13807 Red Maple Wood #100, San Antonio TX 78249
admin.shavano@mkuschools.com
(210) 395-4353

Schedule a tour of our facilities to meet our Shavano Montessori school staff and look over our campus.  See with your own eyes the combination of the Reggio inspiration and Montessori philosophy reinforces and strengthens the image of the child as a self-confident, creative and curious person.