Laura Rossi Piazza
Miss Laura's lifelong dedication to children's education started at a young age, when she worked alongside her mother teaching a workshop for individuals with Down Syndrome. This early passion motivated her to pursue a degree in education while working as an assistant kindergarten teacher at the Oral Institute for the Hearing Impaired in her native country of Cordoba, Argentina.
In 2004 Laura moved to Connecticut to study at UCONN in Stamford. She then worked as a Parent Educator for a child abuse and neglect prevention program and as a part-time teacher at a local art studio for children, while furthering her studies and accreditations in Early Childhood Education.
Laura's other passion has always been music, focusing on Music and Movement during her Early Childhood Education studies. At home Laura is surrounded by music, with her husband, a multi-instrumentalist and her stepson, a budding percussionist and drummer. At school Laura loves to sing Slippery Fish and On Top of Spaghetti.