Host: Matt Watson
Topic: Little Steps of Faith Preschool
Guests: Suzette Martinez Valladares, Candidate for 38th Assembly District and CEO of Little Steps of Faith Preschool; Kristina de Bree, MA, LMFT, EMDR; Beth Heiserman of the Reyes Winery
Little Steps of Faith Preschool — July 1, 2020
On this episode of Eye On The Valley presented by SCVi & iLEAD Schools, Matt Watson starts the show talking to Suzette Martinez Valladares, Candidate for 38th Assembly District and CEO of Little Steps of Faith Preschool. Suzette talks about what Little Steps of Faith Preschool offers to its students and the parents of those students. Suzette experienced a few years of private school when she was growing up, and wanted to recreate that experience at her preschool. Suzette also spends time talking about her platform, and why she is running for the 38th Asembly District. Suzette speaks on the policies she supports, and the actions she plans on taking once in office. Listen to Suzette’s full interview in the first segment of the first hour of the podcast.
Our next guest on the show is Kristina de Bree, MA, LMFT, EMDR, and Kristina calls in to talk about the varying methods of self-care. Self-care varies greatly from person to person in terms of what works and is most helpful. This is in part due to the different traumas we have experienced in our lives which lead to us processing things differently. Listen to how we can found out what type of self-care works best for us in the third segment of the first hour of the podcast.
Our next guest on the show is Beth Heiserman of the Reyes Winery. Beth joins the show to talk about what Reyes Winery has done to adjust and ensure everyone’s safety and health when they visit. Beth is very excited for this year because the grapes they have harvested have been amazing.
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We value and encourage leadership not just as a part of a career track but by instilling in each learner the confidence and character that inspire others.
It’s not unusual that we want our learners to think for themselves. But to do this requires a grounding in the arts, in design and in humanities, and the need to feel at home in the world. For us, “thinking for themselves” is not just about solving problems but about an organic vision of the world they live in and one they will inherit.
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