Childcare Staff

Miss Jo is the lead teacher in our Ladybug Class.  She has her Child Development Associate certificate.  She has been working with children since 1999 which explains her calm and welcoming manner in the classroom.  Miss Jo is surrounded by a team of exceptional and compassionate assistants, Miss Brittany, Miss Linda, Miss Ashley, and Miss Debbie, who help run the infant room throughout the day.

 

Miss Helga is the lead teacher in our Bumble Bee Class.  She also has her Child Development Associate certificate.  Miss Helga has been a part of our center since 2006 and leaves a long lasting impression on each of her students due to her bright personality. She runs an engaging and energetic toddler room along with a wonderful, caring assistant, Miss Lizzy.

 

Mr Josh is the lead teacher in our Butterfly Class.  He has been with us since 2011 and is working on completing his CDA.  Mr Josh makes our three year old room an exciting and friendly place for students to grow and discover.  Miss Katie helps out Mr Josh daily with our energetic three year olds.

 

Miss Jenn has been our head teacher for the entire center since 2011 but has been with us since 2008.  She has her B/A in Elementary Education as well as her A/S in Early Childhood Education.  Miss Jenn runs the Pre-K program which covers subjects from reading to running and everything in between.  She prepares our Dragonflies for Kindergarten through a variety of hands on lessons. Miss Jessica closes out the classroom.

 

The staff here at Little Achievements is made up of dedicated, reliable, and fun loving individuals.  They attend many workshops on numerous topics so they can better serve you and your family.  All of our full time staff is CPR and First Aid certified.  We are proud to say our center is like one big family, and can’t wait for you to join it!

 

 

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