Ages: 2½ - 4½ years old
Enrollment: 14 children
Fowler Memorial House, Room 181
B.S., Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs, Purdue University
I graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelors of Science in Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs. Since January 2012, I have done field experiences at the laboratory school, including my student teaching semester in the Blue Room.
I thoroughly enjoy working with young children. Their smiles and hugs always make every day worthwhile. I believe children learn best when they are able to freely explore objects and create meaning out of what they are playing with. I believe my role as a teacher is to facilitate, support, and guide children’s learning. I love watching as children learn and accomplish new things.
When I am not working with children, I enjoy spending time with my husband! We enjoy cooking together and spending as much time with our family as we can.
Bachelor's degree, Early Childhood Education, University of South Florida
I have a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Florida. I taught Kindergarten and Prekindergarten in Florida for nine years and was teacher/family facilitator at Benton County Head Start for two years.
I am married with two young children of my own. When I am not spending time with family, I enjoy reading, exercising, and scrapbooking.
Guiding and watching children grow and learn is my greatest joy and blessing.
Child Care Aide