Meet the Faculty

School counselor Dr. Erica Shapiro

October 19, 2018
By Keystone Communications Team

Name: Erica Shapiro

Position: School Counselor (along with Alison Raymer)

Education: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from SMU

What did you do before you came to Keystone: Children's mental health research at the University of Texas at Austin and private practice in San Antonio

Why do you like working here: The faculty and staff have been so welcoming and inclusive and it is one of my greatest honors to support the next generation (and their families) as they learn and grow.

Hobbies/pastimes: Spending time with family, travel, trying new restaurants, reading

Something (personal or professional) you’re proud of: I'm endlessly proud of my children.

Favorite/inspirational book: Option B by Sheryl Sandberg

Favorite quote: "If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what am I? And, if not now, when?" -Hillel

Third grade teacher Hannah Steward

October 11, 2018
By Keystone Communications Team

Position: Third Grade teacher

Education: University of Northern Iowa

What did you do before you came to Keystone: Taught 3rd through 6th in public and private schools in San Antonio

Why do you like working here: The motivated students, supportive parents, and amazing colleagues

Hobbies/pastimes: Attending music festivals and concerts, playing fantasy football, and travelling

Something (personal or professional) you’re proud of: My daughter Grace

Favorite/inspirational book: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton

Favorite quote: “Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning up to do afterward.” -- Kurt Vonnegut

English teacher Regina Luckie

October 02, 2018
By Keystone Communications Team

Position: 5th/6th English teacher

Education: Fine Arts and Secondary Ed

What did you do before you came to Keystone: Roamed the United States as a military wife; taught in Albuquerque for the public schools

Why do you like working here: No where in San Antonio can you find better children or colleagues. it is simply an educator's heaven

Hobbies/pastimes: I am a gym rat, a traveler, and my husband's hiking buddy.

Something (personal or professional) you’re proud of: I am proud of my children who are out in the world contributing to its betterment.

Favorite/inspirational book: Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius

Favorite quote: "When you arise in the morning, think about what a privilege it is to be alive -- to think, to enjoy to love" - Aurelius

History/Political science teacher Dr. David Caraway

September 28, 2018
By Keystone Communications Team

Name: David Caraway

Position: Teacher

Education: Colorado State, bachelor of music, U of Delaware, MA, Ph.D.

What did you do before you came to Keystone: Graduate (gradual?) school, worked on a ranch

Why do you like working here: I get to do a variety of jobs (e.g. softball coach) in the company of intelligent people, and I get to teach intelligent kids and am left the autonomy to do so.

Hobbies/pastimes: Classical music, foreign languages, reading, deer hunting, range and grassland management, old motorcycles and scooters

Something (personal or professional) you’re proud of: Fulbright fellow to the Netherlands, 1999-2000, Harvard Book Award, 2010 for teaching

Favorite/inspirational book: Le quartier latin: Scenes de la vie de bohème by Henri Murger. It made me want to move to Paris and die young of tuberculosis. Maastricht was a far as I got, but that’s ok. While living there I learned there that bohemia is a state of mind rather than an area centered on the 4th and 5th arrondissements.

Favorite quote: If you would understand something, observe its development. --Aristotle

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