Lindsay Dalberth has been teaching as a head Toddler teacher at Rabbi Arthur Schneier Park East Day School for over 8 years now. As a teacher, she has been a respected role model for other teachers, and admired by students and parents alike.

Lindsay graduated from the University of Arizona, College of Education in May of 2005. After her undergraduate degree, Lindsay went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Early Children Education from Cambridge College.

While going to graduate school in Massachusetts, Lindsay began working in a two-year old classroom for the JCC of Brookline, where she established her passion for teaching toddlers. Lindsay Dalberth developed an extraordinary talent watching young children explore, discover and express themselves on multiple levels. She learned that 2 year olds have an immense curiosity and are really able to learn new concepts at their own speed while they expand their talents and use their creative minds.

Lindsay is honored to be a part of the RASPEDS family. She has found a home at Park East Day School, where she looks forward to continuing a prosperous and rewarding career. Being a part of this truly wonderful community has been incredibly rewarding for Lindsay, and it has brought out her inner spiritual self and love for teaching the Torah and Judaic traditions to the next generation.

As the school motto says, L’dor V’dor.