Rachel Saar

Rachel SaarKindergarten Teacher

A graduate of Meredith College, Mrs. Saar holds licensure in Elementary Education, Reading, and English as a Second Language and has over six years of experience as an elementary teacher in Wake County. Her nurturing and supportive manner makes her the perfect candidate to teach young children.

Mrs. Saar enjoys working at Atlas while her daughter Ruby attends the Atlas Spanish preschool. The Saar family looks forward to welcoming their second child in the spring.

 

What's my skills?

He's the exact opposite of the hero. And most times they're friends, like you and me! I should've known way back when... You know why, David? Because of the kids. They called me Mr Glass.

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TIME FOR GAMES

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COFFEE DRINKING

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My work

Now that we know who you are, I know who I am. I'm not a mistake! It all makes sense! In a comic, you know how you can tell who the arch-villain's going to be?

Clients Said

  • The things we most like about Atlas are: Low student/teacher ratio which allows teachers, children, and parents to actually get to know each other. The school builds a learning community which involves the whole family, teachers, and staff at Atlas. Project-based learning, which helps students develop a deeper understanding of the subject matter. Foreign language classes every day, which gives students a heads up when starting high school and a better understanding of the world outside of English-speaking cultures. Healthy food policy, which helps students learn to eat better types of food and reduces the chances of childhood obesity.

       

    Mom to a middle school student
  • Atlas is a great place for both children and their parents. I myself have made so many long lasting friendships over the course of this year. My son has blossomed into a math whiz and also made many friends. He loves both the Spanish and French classes. I was able to sit in on the French class one day and when you have six- to nine-year-old children speaking a language like it was their first you are blown away. Promoting healthy foods has my son asking the question: 'Is this healthy for me?' He is six and a picky eater, but he now loves to eat veggies and fruit on a regular basis. This allows for the occasional treat, and he understands it's only a treat.

    Mom to an elementary student
  • I love Atlas because of the individualized attention my children get with a 6:1 ratio and the no sugar/trans fat policy. It forces me to make better meals for my children's lunches, which usually transfers to other meals!

    Mom to elementary students