Enrichment Classes

Laurel Heights Weekday School offers numerous opportunities for enrichment for your child each week. Four enrichment classes are integrated into the curriculum and will become part of your child’s education. Toddlers through pre-kindergarteners will receive all four enrichment classes including, Chapel, Motor Skills, Spanish, and Music. Infants will receive Music and Spanish classes.

Chapel is a time available for children in Groups 3-5. Weekly chapel celebrations are held in the Godly Play Chapel in the sanctuary. Each week the children are exposed to the repetitive format of songs and liturgy. This is a special time where children learn to be reflective and find comfort in time set apart to be with God. Chapel is a time where each child is able to celebrate his or her own uniqueness as a purposeful creation of God and to know God’s love.

Please take the time to look below and learn more about our Enrichment Class teachers.

Enrichment Classes

  • Virginia McMunn

    Virginia McMunn

    Virginia McMunn

    Lead Teacher for Music
    Email: [email protected]

    I am Virginia McMunn and I am from San Antonio. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southwestern University. I have been at Laurel Heights for more than 5 years and I also a member of TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association).

    I am the music teacher for all 9 classes, so I teach the infants through 5 year olds. Since I have the opportunity to work with all the children at Laurel Heights, I feel blessed and lucky to have such variety. I love presenting the same topics in ways that are developmentally appropriate for each age group.

    I am married and have 2 redheaded boys. I work part-time with my husband’s company, (M & M Marble), as an Accounting Clerk and I also serve as a cantor at my church. I enjoy reading, history, traveling, and oh yes … SUDOKU too!

  • Alma Diaz


    Alma Diaz

    Spanish Enrichment/Lead Teacher Substitute

    Alma Diaz is a graduate of Texas A & M University at San Antonio. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Studies. Alma is happily married and currently has no children of her own. She is new to Laurel Heights Weekday School and is enjoying getting to know the children and families of this community. Alma worked in childcare centers and for NEISD for two years. She desires to make an impact on the lives of young children in a positive way. She believes all children are different and unique in their own special way. Alma is a Lead Teacher Substitute who will fill in for any of our leads who may be out, and she is our Spanish Enrichment Teacher. Alma works with all of the nine classrooms from Infants to Group 5. She teaches the children the Spanish language through song, stories, and finger plays.

  • Rachel Waldrop

    Rachel Waldrop

    Rachel Waldrop

    Motor Skills

    Rachel Waldrop has worked with children for more than four years.  She feels blessed to have had wonderful teachers who have instilled a love for learning in her.  She recently returned from living overseas where she worked as a caregiver and nanny while she worked on her Master of Arts in Teaching.  She earned her Bachelor’s of Arts from Cedarville University.

    Rachel has worked with infants through preschool. She enjoys teaching the rudiments of reading and math skills, and tailoring the classroom approach to individual children’s needs and skill levels. 

    Rachel loves to spend her spare moments reading a good book, and spending time with her family.