Margaret Lotz

Margaret Lotz has been a teacher for over 40 years, and she remains as passionate about her work now as when she first began.  Graduating from California State University with honors, she was initiated into the honorary history society, Phi Alpha Theta. She then joined a masters program at the University of Wisconsin where she began her teaching career.  Margaret has been an administrator, designed award-winning curriculum, and taught in both public and private schools in Wisconsin, Massachusetts, New Jersey, southern California, and in the Monterey Bay area.  She credits Dr. Roger Taylor’s work Curriculum Design for Excellence with much of her creativity in interdisciplinary teaching.  Widely traveled and with an insatiable universe of interests, Margaret considers herself blessed beyond measure to be a teacher, mother and grandmother.