Infant Teachers

Miss Sam  

My name is Miss Sam. I have three girls, Macie, Paisley, and Kinsley. I am currently in school at Grand Canyon University for my Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. I have been a stay at home mom for 4 years, but previous to that I was a paraprofessional with a company under the IU and worked with behavioral children. That is what made me fall in love with being in the classroom and wanting to teach children. I worked with behaviorally challenged children for 2 years, and then worked with children who were severely autistic in Central Bucks. I also have experience with Head Start preschool-aged children. After I receive my Bachelor’s Degree, I plan on going for my Master’s Degree in Special Education. Special Education is my biggest passion, as I suffered tremendously in school in various areas. I want to help other children so they do not struggle, but learn to love school.

Miss Julie  

Hello!! I am so excited to be a part of the wonderful team you trust and love for your daycare provider and get to know you and your children. Here’s a little background about me to start with, I left my healthcare career as a home health aide to start my journey in childcare. The best career change I ever made! I started my childcare journey in 2020 as a full time private nanny. From there, I began working at a daycare where I started in the infant room as the lead teacher and also had the pleasure of teaching Pre-K! I am currently in the process of obtaining my Associates for Child Development and am CPR certified.

Miss Emily

Miss Emily started with us in June of 2022. She started in our Summer Camp group and when that was over, found her home in Pre-K. When our Pre-K group split in the Fall of 2022, Miss Emily was a valued floater amongst several different classrooms. She will still float from time to time; but she has a home in the Infant Room for the most part. The kids gravitate towards her! She loves sitting with them and doing crafts, being goofy, or just lovin’ on them! You will often see her attached to one or many children!