Gym Staff

Cedar Park gymnasticsRichie and Lauren have both been teaching gymnastics for over 20 years. While coaching the men’s gymnastics team, several of Richie’s students were awarded college scholarships for gymnastics and tops honors at State, Regional and National Championships. He was the 2007 Texas Judges Association Coach of the Year. Richie is a USA gymnastics professional member and has safety certification, PDP1 and PDP2. When he is not coaching, he enjoys the art of woodworking. Prior to coaching, Lauren was a competitive gymnast for Acrotex. She is also PDP1, PDP2 and KAT certified. Together Richie and Lauren have a son who also enjoys gymnastics.


photo 2Coach Patricia, Patricia Montalvo has coached gymnastics, cheer and dance for 12 years.  She has her First Aid certification through GAT as well has CPR and AED Certification for children and adults.  and coaches girls up to level 8.



photo 5Coach Taylor, Taylor Wilhelm has been coaching gymnastics and cheer for 6 years. She is USGA and GAT certified. She teaches girls team up to level 3.  She is the director of our Cheer program.



20130925_174652Coach Roxi, Roxi Reyna




photo 4 (1)Coach Glenn, Glenn Morris






photo 5 (1)Mrs.Sherry Office Administration Sherry Pesce has been with AcroTex since 2007.  She keeps the office running smoothly.




Mrs. Kim Weddell Office Administration


AcroTex Dance Staff

Ivy PictureIvy Mounsey Dance Director  My name is Ivy Mounsey, and I began dancing through cheerleading in high school. Upon graduation I attended Stephen F Austin State University and studied ballet. I transferred to the University of Houston and went into their musical theater dance program. From there I began studying with Camille Long Hill. Soon afterward I started training with Suzanne Banbury at the Banbury School of Dance in Houston, Texas. I began teaching for Mrs. Banbury and remained on her staff until 2002 when I moved to Prescott, Arizona. In Arizona joined the Academy of Performing Arts teaching staff and worked there until the fall of 2004 when I moved back to Texas. Since then I have been teaching in the central Texas area and started the dance program at AcroTex. I enjoy working with all ages and have taught beginners through professional level ranging in age from three to 82. Having performed in numerous shows and several companies, I bring years of training in ballet, tap, jazz, and choreography to my job of teaching future dancers and actors. My students have gone on to be accepted to summer dance intensives, university dance programs, regional theater, Houston Ballet’s Ben Stevenson Academy and Ballet Austin’s The Academy. For many years I have choreographed and co-choreographed musical theater dance camps. I have also choreographed full length versions of Annie, Wizard of Oz, Oliver, and Fiddler on the Roof. I have been the resident choreographer for two show choirs. I love teaching and have a very hands-on, down-to-earth style.


photoSarah Steinbacher  Drill Team program coordinator Sarah has been dancing for about ten years on and off since she was 3. She has been trained in hip hop, modern, kick and jazz and has a love for anything drill team. Sarah is a former professional cheerleader of the Texas Stars Ice Girls, as well as she was captain of the Liberty Belles her senior year. She is currently attending Texas State and she is thrilled to be part of the staff for another exciting year and can’t wait to see what this next year will bring!


Amber Cotton- Director of Legacy Dance Company







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