We are a private, Intergenerational Program that offers a unique opportunity for younger and older generations to interact and build meaningful relationships through purposeful activities, providing quality education and experiences.
Our backgrounds include two Bachelor’s Degrees in Early Childhood Education, with minors in Psychology and Sociology, a special education endorsement, and ESL endorsement and two Master’s in Reading Education. We continue to grow as educators and bring the best teaching strategies into our classroom. In order to provide opportunities for every potential family, we offer three different sessions (morning, afternoon and full day), as well as before care.
Jaime has a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Concordia University and a Master's in Reading Education from Concordia University. August of 2019 will mark her 18th year teaching (7 in First Grade and 10 in Preschool).
Jaime is a local Oak Park mom and wife. She is a proud softball/baseball mom who enjoys watching her two kids play the sports they love. Jaime grew up in Oak Park and stayed to raise her family here with her husband.
Pam graduated from Northeastern Illinois University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. She went back to graduate school at NEIU and received a Master’s Degree in Reading. Now, Pam is working on another Master’s Degree at Concordia that is in Curriculum and Instruction with an ESL Endorsement
Pam spent 12 years working in Cicero Public Schools as an early childhood special education teacher and a blended preschool teacher. She then worked in River Forest Public Schools for a short time as an early childhood special education teacher as well. Before teaching in public schools, Pam helped to create and license a toddler program in Elmhurst. She has 20+ years in the teaching field.
Pam is a mom and wife and lives with her family in River Forest. She grew up in Berwyn and then lived in Oak Park with her husband John. Eventually, the family moved to John’s childhood home in River Forest. Pam loves to watch her daughter participate in sports and dancing.