Morah Marnee Foldoe
Mrs. Marnee Foldoe was born and raised in Southern California. She knew when she was in second grade that she wanted to become a teacher. She attended UC Santa Barbara, majored in English, and minored in Biological Sciences (Botany). She then moved to Sonoma County to attend Sonoma State University, where she earned her Early Childhood Education and Elementary teaching credentials. She later returned and earned her Learning Handicapped Credential, Resource Teacher certificate, and M.A. in Special Education.
After spending 30 years in Sonoma County, she lived in Sequim, WA, for 10 years. Needing to live in a sunny climate, in 2013 she moved to Henderson with her long hair chihuahua to be near her son. Mrs. Foldoe is teaching in our resource room providing extra support for our students in reading and math.
Our mission is to create and maintain a superior educational environment that inspires in each student a love of G-d, a reverence for the Torah and its mitzvos and a lifelong commitment to the acquisition of knowledge.
Yeshiva Day School of Las Vegas promotes individual achievement, a desire, curiosity and thirst for all areas of knowledge, a positive self-image, a respect for individual differences and the development of Jewish moral and ethical behavior.