I have been a resident in the town of Gillette for 28 years. I am a wife (to Mr. Phillip) and a mother of 2 (Dez and Mya). I am very outgoing and enjoy camping, fishing, spending time with my family, and completing home renovation work and farm work with my husband.
I opened the Toddler Town Learning Center in August of 2015. I had previously worked in childcare for 3 years. I absolutely LOVED working with children, so I quit my job, we renovated our home and applied for a state license. Toddler Town was born! After 3 wonderful years of in-home daycare, I decided to expand into a child care center. We found a space in 2018 and were licensed! But our program continued growing! So finally, in Feb. 2020, Toddler Town found its new home! It’s been a beautiful and wonderful journey, and it is only just beginning!
Interim Assistant Director
It is the philosophy of Toddler Town that early childhood should be a time of fun, warmth, security, exploration, and discovery. Children are creative and receptive and our program strives to nurture these qualities in each one.
Our purpose is to provide a safe, wholesome environment based on developmentally appropriate guidelines and solid growth and development knowledge, thereby encouraging the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth and development of each child.
Quality Care and Trust
When parents are looking for early learning and child care programs they need to find someone they can trust. We will continue in our efforts to ensure and continuously improve our services to meet the needs of the children and families we serve.
Life Long Learning
At Toddler Town Learning Center we believe that we all share a responsibility to support and nurture the children’s and our own natural desire to be lifelong learners. We put ourselves and our learning on the same level as the child’s and commit to our own professional development and personal growth. We learn alongside the children and their families and embrace the opportunity to learn and grow each day.
Respectful relationships are very important and on which our facility operates. We believe that the quality of care we provide is measured by the quality of relationships we have with children, families, employees, and the community. We are committed to ensuring these relationships are respectful; warm and caring; honest and open; fair and equitable.