Resource Staff

Jackie Zielger  

Hello! I am so thankful to be working for TLC! I received my Associates degree in Early Childhood education from Bucks County Community College in 2004. I have loads of experience with all ages and enjoy being able to float into each of the classrooms when needed.

I believe teaching is an incredibly important profession and am glad to play such a crucial role in children’s lives. I love caring for children of all ages and enjoy watching them grow and express themselves in their own individual ways. I look forward to meeting each and every one of you and your beautiful families.

Laura Frederick

My name is Laura and I’ve been working in childcare for a year, as well as studying early childhood education for four years. I believe and appreciate that every child has a unique heart and mind, and the greatest privilege I have is bonding with each child as an individual. To be a part of a child’s life is a huge honor that I will never take for granted. In the classroom, I encourage the children’s love for reading by reading with them often, and creativity by making art with my students. I love to get involved in play as well by digging in the sand, playing tag, and riding scooters too. If a child asks me to join in, I say “yes” as often as I can.

Sarah Wolford  

Office Assistant/Classroom Floater

I graduated from Millersville University with a Bachelor’s in Elementary and Early Childhood Education. After graduating, I substitute taught in the Souderton and Pennridge School Districts. Since 2007, I have taught Pre-K in various centers, as well as an Assistant Director at two previous centers. Since I started at TLC, I have primarily taught Pre-K up until 2021 when I helped with the transition of leadership and then stayed on as the Office Assistant and Classroom Floater.

I enjoy teaching and have a passion for helping children find out that learning can be fun! I love seeing how their little minds think through things and explore their world/environment. I believe that children learn best through hands-on experiences. They learn best when they are fully engaged and I do my best to do that. I also encourage each child to recognize his/her full potential by taking risks, challenging themselves, becoming independent, and TRYING new things.