I am a 2014 graduate of Central Bucks South. I have 2 brothers and a niece (she is a joy!). I have been working in the child care field for six years. I enjoy working with young children and helping kids learn and develop their skills. My interest in this field stems from the pure joy working with young children brings! I wanted to further learn how children learn and develop so I have gone back to school to obtain my Child Development Associates from Bucks County Community College. When I am not working, I enjoy time spent at my family mountain house is Sullivan County. Fishing, riding four-wheelers, and working outdoors with my hands all bring out my love for nature. Spending time with family and friends, teaching young children, and watching them learn and grow are what I love to do!
My name is Tracy DeJulio. I started babysitting when I was twelve years old and have loved being in the child care field ever since. After graduating from Pennridge High School in 1984, I was a private nanny for a family with two small children. I then began working at TLC Child Care Center in 1989. For most of my time at TLC, I was the assistant teacher in the Pre-Kindergarten class. I have actually had the experience of working with each age group. In April of 2009, I earned a Child Development Associate Credential that required 120 hours of specialized training in early childhood education and is recognized by early childhood programs nationwide.
As a child care professional and advocate for young children, I strive to meet the individual needs of each child. It is important to nurture a child’s social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth through fun play, in a safe and healthy environment. I enjoy working together with the support and involvement of families to reach each child’s highest potential.
Miss Sarah (or Sarah C.) started in the summer of 2022 and is a seasonal employee. She is currently in school going for her Bachelor’s in Math & Economics! She is a natural in ANY class. Kids and teachers all love Miss Sarah!