Child and Family Center Staff

About Us

Staff at the Madison College Child and Family Center are dedicated to providing all children in their care with high quality early education. When you meet our staff, their devotion and commitment to the education of young children and families will be evident. Our highly qualified and nurturing staff truly respect the needs of all children and families.

All lead and assistant teachers hold Bachelor or Associate degrees and exceed the state of Wisconsin’s requirements for these positions. Each of the teachers has studied child development at the college level and continues to further his/her education with professional development conferences, workshops, or additional college courses.
Using their education and experience, teachers intentionally plan for and observe children, keeping in mind the individual needs of each child within the group. Teachers not only provide developmentally appropriate activities, but are also able to explain “why” the experiences are appropriate for children. Each academic term, teaching staff also use their experiences and education to train and mentor students in the Madison College Early Childhood Education program, as our classrooms are used as practicum sites.
Madison College is committed to retaining our outstanding teachers. Not just anyone who loves children can be a good teacher. For this reason, our staff members are well compensated and provided with regular professional development opportunities to further increase their skills.