Sara Metzger-Deveaux (language co-lead teacher) is the Director of the Kravis Center for Excellence in Teaching as well as a French teacher at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT. In this position, Sara enjoys sharing her passion for learning and educational pedagogy. Over Sara's 30-year tenure in boarding schools, she has served as a Department Chair, Dean of Students, Director of Student Life, coached a multitude of sports, lived in a dorm and advised a school newspaper. In the classroom, Sara revels not only in guiding her students toward a fluency of expression and a love of learning, but also toward a greater understanding of the diverse cultures in the world in which they live. Sara is currently working as a co-author of a new textbook, EntreCultures, to be published by Wayside Publishing. Sara recently moved from Simsbury to Fairfield, CT with her husband Jon (Klingenstein Leadership Academy ‘07), and has two daughters who live in Boston (Ellie, Hamilton ’18, and Katie, Tufts '20). When not working, Sara can be found cycling the hills of New England where she trains for the Pan-Mass, reading a good book, or exploring a variety of cultural endeavors in the Berkshires including the world of theater during the Williamstown Theater Festival. Sara was a KSI '92 Fellow.