Tesseract School introduces new Head of School

Bruce Werber (submitted photo)

Bruce Werber (submitted photo)

Tesseract School in Paradise Valley brings on new Head of School, Bruce Werber, who will now be responsible for the administration of the school and overseeing the teaching staff.

Mr. Werber recently moved to the Valley from the San Francisco Bay area where he has served as the Assistant Head of School for the prestigious and high-performing Brandeis School of San Francisco for the last eight years.

He previously served as Head of the Lower School for Derby Academy in Hingham, Mass.; Director of the Lower School for the American School of Paris; Head of School for Shekou International School in Shekou, China; and Head of School for Khartoum American School in Khartoum, Sudan – among other posts, according to a press release.

His educational experience includes teaching Humanities at the Lahore American School in Lahore, Pakistan; and Humanities and Mathematics at the Japan International School in Tokyo, Japan.  Mr. Werber started in education working with Teacher Corps in urban Louisville, Ky., working with multiply disabled elementary students.

Tesseract School has returned to its roots of working with early childhood to grade eight students. It has consolidated on one campus with a new boards of trustees, the release stated.

Tesseract School is committed to offering a progressive education, as it implements best practices based on current research. Tesseract believes in educating the whole child and honors childhood, according to the press release. The curriculum is designed to put equal importance on both academic and character development.

For more information, contact the school at 480-991-1770, or visit the website at http://www.tesseractschool.org.  Tesseract is a not for profit private school located at 4800 E. Doubletree Ranch Road in Paradise Valley.

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