Jordan Weagly earned his Master’s degree in English from Kutztown University, where he also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing. Jordan began tutoring as an undergraduate, then continued as a graduate assistant managing the university’s writing lab. These were formative years for his career, and Jordan moved on to work in and supervise a tutoring lab at Lehigh Carbon Community College. The priceless one-on-one skills developed as a tutor—which also helped when Jordan taught first year writing classes at LCCC and Reading Area Community College—would be honed over several years before he joined the staff at COS.
Meanwhile, ever-growing home gardening experiences and a chance encounter at a local renewable energy fair had planted the seeds of an eventually deep-rooted reverence for the mission of Circle of Seasons and Waldorf pedagogy. Today, Jordan combines his personal passions and professional experiences as he strives to help children develop a connection to the natural world as the school’s garden teacher. Jordan has an exuberant passion for gardening and can usually be found pulling radishes in spring, plucking tomatoes in summer, and harvesting greens into late fall—in between walks with his German shepherd dog, Charlie.