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The Forest

The Forest is full of curious toddlers who love to explore! As they continue to work on their walking (and running) skills they also start to learn their words. We use sign language as well to help them express themselves. They now share family style meals, so they get to practice their fine motor skills when they use silverware and cups too! So much of their learning is through play, so our team makes sure to incorporate exciting teaching moments throughout the day.

Bear Cub Room – Miss Tiffany
Miss Tiffany graduated from the College of Menominee Nation in 2014 with an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. She married her husband, Josh, in 2016. She has a stepdaughter, Emily and a son, Jayce. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, being outside, and just spending time with her family. Tiffany has been working in the Bear Cub Room since 2014.

Bear Cub Room – Miss Emily
Miss Emily joined ATC in September 2009 and has completed six credits in Early Childhood Education. Emily loves working with children and is excited to get to know your family. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and son.

Bunny Room – Miss Jill
Miss Jill graduated from UW Stout in 2015 with her degree in Early Childhood Education. She joined ATC in 2015. Jill loves camping, kayaking, traveling, playing games, and spending time wither her fiancé, Matt, and dog, Bailey.

Bunny Room – Miss Suzanne
Miss Suzanne began working in Early Childhood Education in 1998, she has earned her bachelor’s degree in Educational Studies from Alverno college. In her free time she enjoys scrapbooking, needlework, traveling and taking photos. Miss Suzanne also loves to watch sports and attending shows at the Appleton Performing Arts Center.

Forest Float – Miss Makayla

Miss Makayla started working in the Early Childhood Education field in 2022. She recently graduated from Kaukauna High School. In her free time, Makayla enjoys drawing, poetry, reading and feeding birds.