Ms. Bailey began the Early Childhood Education program at Lake Howell High School as a freshman gaining experience at their site daycare. Through the class she received her Child Development Associate certificate at the completion of her senior year. Ms. Bailey began working at a local daycare in 2015 becoming a VPK assistant teacher. She graduated from Seminole State College in December of 2018 and now attends the University of Central Florida as a junior to earn her Bachelor’s degree.
“The influence of a good teacher can never be erased.”
Ms. Stacey has been in the childcare profession for most of her life. Early on, she worked with her mother in their home daycare. Ms. Stacey is a mother of two, and in her spare time she volunteers as a Girl Scout troop leader. She has her Childhood Development Associate Equivalency and graduated with honors from Orlando Tech’s Early Childhood Education program.
In 2021, Ms. Ally graduated from Rollins College with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Ever since she was 15, she has worked with children of all ages in her hometown, Kingston, Jamaica. Ms. Ally would like to earn her Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling and receive her doctorate degree to become a Clinical Psychologist specializing in children. Her hobbies include fine arts and photography.
“I love to work with young children because it excites me to learn about their different personalities. As Dr. Seuss said, ‘Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you.'”
Ms. Vanessa graduated from Valencia College with her A.A degree in Early Childhood Education. She has worked in childcare since 2016 and has done volunteer work with local elementary schools.
“Accept children with reverence, educate them with love, send them forth in freedom.” – Rudolf Steiner
Ms. Beryl earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She operated her own in-home daycare for several years. Ms. Beryl has 2 teenage children.
“Each child is a special gift. With positive nurturing and guidance they can achieve their highest potential.”