Camino de Paz School

At Camino de Paz the farm provides a broad context for the students’ applied learning and for the development of the whole personality. Math, science, reading, writing, history, arts and crafts come alive as these skills are used daily in a real, practical way. The farm presents the possibility for students to create a real, working community at a time in life when there is a driving need to be with peers, to be valued and accepted for who they are and to form mentoring relationships with adults who are not their parents.

 

The daily work required on a farm also supports social, emotional and character-building skills such as cooperation, compassion, honesty, integrity, problem-solving, creative thinking, listening, observation and pride in a job well done. These experiences promote an understanding of the natural and social world that make possible a different kind of moral discernment. Students come to see that every issue has many aspects, considerations and points of view, often reflecting a complex set of relationships. There is the expectation that each student will be prepared for high school, college, and any profession that students choose.

Of course, none of this work is possible without teachers and guides that create the environment for students to learn and teach themselves and others. Our outstanding faculty and staff are listed below.

Meet Our Faculty and Staff

Patricia Pantano

Co-founder and Education Director

Juan Daniel Lopez

Middle School Spanish, Physical Education, Guitar Teacher/Guide

Greg Nussbaum

Co-founder and Business and Farm Director

Brady McCartney

High School Principal and Social Studies Teacher/Guide

Yvonne Aivoliotis

Middle School Math and Science Teacher/Guide

Mariana Saenez Rosalez

Middle School Spanish, Math, Music, and Dance Teacher/Guide

Camino de Paz School

At Camino de Paz the farm provides a broad context for the students’ applied learning and for the development of the whole personality. Math, science, reading, writing, history, arts and crafts come alive as these skills are used daily in a real, practical way. The farm presents the possibility for students to create a real, working community at a time in life when there is a driving need to be with peers, to be valued and accepted for who they are and to form mentoring relationships with adults who are not their parents.

 

The daily work required on a farm also supports social, emotional and character-building skills such as cooperation, compassion, honesty, integrity, problem-solving, creative thinking, listening, observation and pride in a job well done. These experiences promote an understanding of the natural and social world that make possible a different kind of moral discernment. Students come to see that every issue has many aspects, considerations and points of view, often reflecting a complex set of relationships. There is the expectation that each student will be prepared for high school, college, and any profession that students choose.

Of course, none of this work is possible without teachers and guides that create the environment for students to learn and teach themselves and others. Our outstanding faculty and staff are listed below.

Meet Our Faculty and Staff

Patricia Pantano

Co-founder and Education Director

Juan Daniel Lopez

Middle School Spanish, Physical Education, Guitar Teacher/Guide

Greg Nussbaum

Co-founder and Business and Farm Director

Brady McCartney

High School Principal and Social Studies Teacher/Guide

Yvonne Aivoliotis

Middle School Math and Science Teacher/Guide

Mariana Saenez Rosalez

Middle School Spanish, Math, Music, and Dance Teacher/Guide

At Camino de Paz, the farm provides a broad context for the students’ applied learning and for the development of the whole personality. Math, science, reading, writing, history, arts and crafts come alive as these skills are used daily in a real, practical way. The farm presents the possibility for students to create a real, working community at a time in life when there is a driving need to be with peers, to be valued and accepted for who they are and to form mentoring relationships with adults who are not their parents.

 

The daily work required on a farm also supports social, emotional and character-building skills such as cooperation, compassion, honesty, integrity, problem-solving, creative thinking, listening, observation and pride in a job well done. These experiences promote an understanding of the natural and social world that make possible a different kind of moral discernment. Students come to see that every issue has many aspects, considerations and points of view, often reflecting a complex set of relationships. There is the expectation that each student will be prepared for high school, college, and any profession that students choose.

Of course, none of this work is possible without teachers and guides that create the environment for students to learn and teach themselves and others. Our outstanding faculty and staff are listed below.

Meet Our Faculty and Staff

Patricia Pantano

Co-founder and Education Director

PatriciaP@CaminodePaz.net

Juan Daniel Lopez

Middle School Spanish, Physical Education, Guitar Teacher/Guide

JuanL@CaminodePaz.net

Karen Hagel

High School Science and Health Teacher/Guide

KarenH@CaminodePaz.net

Greg Nussbaum

Co-founder and Business and Farm Director

GregN@CaminodePaz.net

Brady McCartney

High School Principal   Humanities/Social Studies Teacher/Guide

BradyM@CaminodePaz.net

Chris Phelps

High School Math,Philosophy, and Creative Writing Teacher/Guide

ChrisP@CaminodePaz.net

Yvonne Aivoliotis

Middle School Math and Science Teacher/Guide

YvonneA@CaminodePaz.net

Mariana Saenez Rosalez

Middle School Spanish, Math, Music, and Dance Teacher/Guide

MarianaS@CaminodePaz.net

Verónica Iglesias

High School Spanish and Mesoamerican History Teacher/Guide

VeronicaI@CaminodePaz.net

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Camino de Paz

Secondary School and Farm.

 

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Contact Us

Tel: 

505.231.2819

 

Email: daisy@caminodepaz.net

Address

Middle school and farm:

1 Camino De Paz, Santa Cruz, New Mexico, 87567

High school:

1607 Paseo de Peralta, Suite B , Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87501