McKenzie Kubilius


Kenzee was born in the Bay Area, but has spent the majority of her life in Salt Lake City. She began working as a nanny in 2012, which lead to her desire to work with children long term. During her first academic year at MCS Kenzee decided to take the Infant/Toddler training to learn more about the Montessori method. After her internship Kenzee obtained her montessori certification in 2014, and then went back to college to gain her degree in Early Childhood Development. When Kenzee is not in the classroom she is spending time outdoors with her boyfriend and Golden Retriever. Spending time outside is what she loves the most (other than coffee, plants, taking pictures, and watching the X-Files). A fun fact about Kenzee is that she usually travels every 3 months to go to Seattle to visit her family and friends!  

Fernanda Rosevear


Fernanda was born and raised in the Salt Lake area to a large and enthusiastic family from Brazil and Bolivia. Her family taught her how to be a hard worker and to value honesty and kindness. She learned the importance of knowledge and strives to find opportunities to learn in all aspects of her life. Fernanda has a Bachelor's degree in Gender Studies and History from the University of Utah; she loves reading and discussing issues related to these topics. She began her Montessori journey teaching Early Childhood but is currently teaching as a Stars teacher in the Toddler Program. Fernanda absolutely loves working with these young friends and cherishes the relationships she has with the students, parents and teachers of MCS. Fernanda is very fond of working with her hands in activities such as painting and gardening, where she enjoys the positive benefits that come from creating and working with the earth. In her free time, Fernanda loves to read, cook/eat, dance and spend time with her best friend and spouse Jake; she also loves camping, swimming and being in the company of laughter and good people. 

Jennifer Carrino

Jennifer CarrinoTeacher

Jennifer was raised in Idaho. After graduating from high school, she moved to New Jersey where she attended college and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, majoring in English Literature with a concentration in Elementary Education. She was a program director for a non-profit organization for six years working with at-risk youth. After staying home for several years to raise her two boys, she taught preschool for two years and then loved teaching toddlers for one year. Her greatest joy in life is spending time with her husband Anthony, and two boys Anthony (12) and Nicholas (9). She also enjoys reading, hiking and skiing. A surprising fact about Jennifer is that she knows more than a few football facts. She has recently had the privilege to begin working as a toddler teacher at MCS.