Ms. Jane joined the CDC family back in 1998 and can't believe how quickly time has flown. She has held many positions, including preschool teacher, bus driver (CDL license), early and late stay supervisor, fun fitness instructor, camp program coordinator, lifeguard, swim instructor, camp aquatics director, camp counselor, and younger division leader at 'Y' Country Day Camp. She holds certifications in CPR, First Aid, AED and Coaching. She also has 2 degrees from Middlesex County College and is currently working on finishing her BA in Education. In her free time, Ms. Jane has volunteered as a Girl Scout Leader, CCD Teacher and a Kindergarten Basketball Coach. Ms. Jane loves the outdoors, sports, water, and spending time with family and friends. She also has a daughter who recently started college. Ms Jane lives her life by the phrase, "Life is an adventure. You never know what each day will hold -- ENJOY!"
Ms. Lindsay is thrilled to work with the preschoolers and kindergartners at the CDC. Having worked at the CDC and its corresponding programs since the age of fourteen, Lindsay has worked with children between the ages of six weeks and twelve years. She has headed up the Hatikvah International Academy Charter School's aftercare program, been a counselor, division head, and assistant director at Y Country Day Camp in East Brunswick, and worked in each classroom in the CDC for extended periods of time. In her last year of graduate school, she student taught in an inclusive first grade classroom in a public school in Spotswood, New Jersey. Lindsay is a graduate of Rutgers Graduate School of Education, where she obtained her Master's Degree in Elementary and Special Education. In addition to teaching her class and holding daily dance parties, currently, Ms. Lindsay holds the position of "Curriculum Coordinator" and is enjoying working with the teachers of the CDC at Parker to help create the most productive academic environment we can for our little learners!
Ms. Megan is a long-time teacher at CDC and has worked in each of the classrooms. A recent graduate of Middlesex County College, Ms. Megan is currently enrolled at Rutgers and intends to receive her Masters degree in elementary education. In her free time, Ms. Megan babysits for her students and enjoys superhero movies!
Marshmallow, a hypoallegenic schnoodle mix, loves to come to school at the CDC! Marshmallow comes in with a smile on her face, happy to see the children. Marshmallow is used in our classroom to help children learn how to interact with animals, to encourage self-control, and to help encourage children to read! (Marshmallow loves when the children read to her!)