Our Outback is where children start to really verbalize more and begin putting words together. They also are determined to do things on their own, so we encourage self-help skills as appropriate. Their personalities really come out at this stage, and they love to keep busy with dancing, running, or playing other games. They also begin working on potty training, which is a very exciting time. A daily schedule and learning centers are also incorporated at this age, which help to promote following routines and independence.
Koala Room – Miss Julia
Miss Julia graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a BA in History and Education. She has years of experience working with all age groups and in large scale centers. During her free time, Julia enjoys cooking, baking, running, reading and photography.
Koala Room – Miss Brenda
Miss Brenda received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Human Social Services from Wisconsin Lutheran College. In her spare time, Brenda enjoys reading, hand bells, shopping, and spending time with her family.
Kangaroo Room – Miss Sybil
Miss Sybil has been in the Early Childhood field since 2001. She graduated from Long Island University with distinction. Sybil enjoys reading, fishing, swimming and making jewelry in her spare time
Kangaroo Room – Miss Stephanie
Miss Stephanie graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education from Lakeshore Technical College. She has been working in the EC field since 2014. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outside, hiking, and crafts.
Outback Float – Miss Ashley O
Ashley graduated from UW-Oshkosh with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. She started working in childcare in 2020. In her free time Ashley enjoys weightlifting and reading.