CORGIVILLE FAIR NURSERY
Corgiville Fair Nursery is located in the lower level of The Dahlhouse and nurtures the youngest learners at Kids Express Learning Center. Up to eight children, six weeks to a year old, attend the nursery each day. Two teachers are devoted to the children's care, with a third teacher sharing time between the nursery and the adjoining toddler room.
The children enjoy daily stroller rides around the eight-acre campus, time on the Infant/Toddler playground, and plenty of floor time and cuddle time with their teachers. When weather restricts outdoor activities, the children enjoy a change of venue in Little Engine That Could; our smaller of two gyms, where the children have extra space for playing with large toys. Twice weekly, the children enjoy attending our Bucky Beats percussion music class.
Parents and teachers work together to develop individual sleeping, eating, and playtime plans for each baby, and teachers inform parents of the child's daily experiences, including nap, feeding, and diapering details. The nursery environment is rich with milestone moments, abundant enthusiasm, and genuine affection.
Miss Nancy is currently an undergraduate at University of Wisconsin Madison. She is majoring in Elementary Education with her ESL certification. Miss Nancy chose to become a teacher because she wants to ignite a love of learning, help students further/challenge themselves, support their educational aspirations, and help with their emotional wellbeing. Before coming to HHA she has enjoyed working with kids as a babysitter, tutor, and daycare worker.
Miss Nancy grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her parents along with one sister
and three brothers. She can speak up to four different languages. In her free time she enjoys watching movies, reading books, spending time with friends and family, drawing/painting and cooking/baking. Miss Nancy also enjoys traveling and hopes to continue traveling soon.
Miss Nancy decided to work at HHA because she heard a lot of wonderful and great things about Hickory Hill Academy and when she arrived at HHA for orientation she loved how beautiful the campus was, the great teachers, and the atmosphere. Miss Nancy also decided to come and work at HHA because she believes that it can help her decide what age group she would like to work with once she becomes a teacher in the near future. Through HHA she hopes to develop new skills and new strategies that will help her become a better version of herself and allow her to apply what she has learned to her classroom.