Leaders

Meet the people who make it happen
  • Certified Teachers

    With education and experience in early childhood care
  • We have two full time teachers and a few assistants with experience in early childhood care.

  • We love to plan and organize fun activities, and lead our preschoolers in activities that stimulate and develop their intellectual, physical and emotional growth. Our (early childhood educator) assistants provide additional care and guidance to the children during class time. 

    • Lisa Timofejew
      Registered Early Childhood Practitioner

      Lisa Timofejew is a registered early childhood practitioner. She has been teaching since 2006 and has extensive experience in the emergent curriculum and play based learning. Lisa is married and has three children who have all come through the Pied Piper program.

      Lisa has completed many courses, including The Hanen Language Program, Basic Signed English, Emergent Curriculum Training, CPR and First Aid Training. Lisa is a certified autism intervener through the Geneva Centre for Autism.

      Outside of the preschool, Lisa is a dedicated mother and actively involved with children.

    • Jennifer Butler

      Jennifer Butler has been working at Pied Piper since May 2016. She is currently completing her apprenticeship in Child Development Practitioner. Jennifer is married and has three children who have all come through the Pied Piper program.  Jennifer has completed CPR and First Aid Training and How Does Learning Happen Workshop. She was also President of the parent board of directors for Pied Piper for two years and Vice President for one

    • Rosemarie Cramero
    • Stephen Rivet
      Supply Teacher
    • Mallory Wood
      Mohawk College - Student Teacher
  • Executive Committee

    Our executive board is elected from our members, the parents/caregivers of the children attending.
  • They are responsible for running the preschool, administering the finances, organizing fundraising activities, ensuring compliance with the by-laws and regulations and planning all general meetings.

  • Supervisor/Teacher – in charge of planning and implementation of a quality preschool program.

    President – chairs all meetings; provide direction and leadership; represent the school to the community.

    Vice President – carries out the role of the President if absent; handles all advertising for the school.

    Treasurer – handles all monies of the school; sets up the annual budget and presents the annual financial statement to be approved by the membership.

    Fundraiser – organizes all fundraising projects with a committee; keeps records of all monies raised by each family; informs members of their fundraising status.

    Secretary – records and keeps minutes of all meetings; takes attendance at membership meetings.

    Scheduler – makes up a schedule of participating parent/caregivers each month by the 20th. of the preceding month; keeps track of number of duty days each parent/caregiver has done.

  • Our Core Skills

    Feel free to explore our core skills
    • Support

      We foster the physical, emotional and educational development of little children.

    • Experience

      Our teachers have extensive experience working with young children, their families and the community.

    • Variety

      We love to plan and carry out programming that optimizes the individual development of young children.

    • Connections

      We build relationships with each child, and celebrate their accomplishments and milestones.

    • Music & Song

      Our preschoolers listen to songs and further develop their singing skills and song awareness.

    • Arts & Crafts

      We are arts & crafts aficionados! We explore all sorts of ways to create artwork for your fridge at home.

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