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Ages: 3 - 5 years old

Enrollment: 20 children

Fowler Memorial House, Room 153

Anne Miltenberger

Anne Miltenberger

Head Teacher
(Pronouns: she/her/hers)
(765) 494-0240
amiltenb@purdue.edu

B.S. Early Childhood Education and Exceptional Needs, Purdue University

I am a graduate of Purdue's Early Childhood and Exceptional Needs program. Before joining MCDLS, I worked as a special education preschool teacher and a developmental preschool teacher in the public school setting for several years.

As an early educator, I believe that children learn best through engaging and meaningful play experiences. To foster those experiences it is critical to understand each child as best I can to help them achieve their full potential. I aim to create a safe, loving, and engaging environment for every child in my classroom. I want every child to have fun and for every family to feel welcome!

In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, kayaking, and spending time outdoors with my husband, Patrick, and our dog. When we are able, we also enjoy traveling and attending concerts.

Mckenzee Burnett

Mckenzee Burnett

Associate Teacher
(Pronouns: she/her/hers)
(765) 494-0240
burnet24@purdue.edu

Early childhood education has been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been working with young children in a formal setting since 2014 and have known from the beginning that I wanted to make a career of it. I hold an associate's degree in ECE that I earned from Ivy Tech and I will earn my bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Administration from Purdue Global by September 2020. My favorite thing about ECE is helping children lay their foundation for learning and I am beyond excited to be able to experience this with the children, families, and team members of MCDLS.

Joyce Johnson

Joyce Johnson

Child Care Aide
(765) 494-0240
john3117@purdue.edu

M.A., Intense Intervention, Early Childhood Education and Services
B.S., Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education

I graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education. I received a Master of Arts degree from Ball State University in Intense Intervention, with a minor in Early Childhood Education and Services. I taught in the public schools for 28 years. I love working with young children and helping them become life-long learners.

My son Ian is a computer engineer in Houston, TX. I enjoy walking at local parks, yoga, reading, and spending time with my family.

 

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