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Trinity Episcopal Preschool
Downtown Vero Beach
2 Yr-Old’s PreK 3 PreK 4
All children must be of class age on or before September 1st
We seek to provide a biblically based, Christ-centered education to children in their most formative years. Each child is seen as unique and made in the image of God.
Trinity Episcopal Preschool, located in downtown Vero Beach, strives to provide a clean, safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate learning environment. We offer a quality educational curriculum that assists the spiritual, social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of all children.
We support and recognize the parents as the primary educators of their children, and desire to partner with them to provide a strong spiritual foundation to “train up a child in the way he should go”. Proverbs 22:6
Trinity Episcopal Preschool is a ministry of Trinity Episcopal Church.
WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL
Reeny feels blessed by the opportunity to be the Director of Trinity Episcopal Preschool. She has 30 years of experience in the classroom focused on teaching early childhood education. The past ten years she served as a Preschool Director and PK4 teacher. Her passion is to serve children and families by offering a safe, positive, Christian learning environment where children feel loved, encouraged and valued while growing spiritually and in knowledge.
Reeny and her husband, Greg, have four grown children and six beautiful grandchildren. Each one of them is unique and brings her much joy. When not spending time with her family she enjoys working out, running, and reading on the beach.
It is her love for the Lord and for children that drive Reeny in her commitments to provide an exceptional preschool program to families in our community.
2-Year-Old Program Teacher
Nancy was born and raised in Massachusetts where she owned, operated, and taught in her Christian Preschool for 25 years. She facilitated a women’s bible study for eight years and directed a pregnancy testing center that ministered to women and their unborn babies. Nancy has enjoyed teaching the young ones in Vero for the last year and a half.
Nancy has been married to her husband, Jeff, for 44 years. They raised a son and a daughter. Nancy enjoys spending time with her two grandsons, ages seven and three. In her free time, Nancy also enjoys reading, studying God’s word, and walking along the shoreline collecting shells.
2-Year-Old Program Teacher
Mrs. Carter has been teaching early childhood education for five years and has her Childhood Development Associate Credentials. She brings her love for crafts into the classroom and enjoys seeing the children grow creatively, academically, and spiritually. She is grateful for the family-feel of Trinity Episcopal Preschool and the collaboration of ideas and resources shared between teachers. She and her family recently moved from St. Augustine after her husband retired from the military and they are enjoying the small-town atmosphere of Vero Beach. Her daughter (14) is involved in Vero Beach rowing and her son (9) participates in Vero Beach Little League. On weekends she and her family can usually be found on the water, camping, or exploring Vero.
PreK 3 Teacher
Mrs. Jones possesses a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University and has been teaching for 11 years. Particularly observant and in-tune with her students’ needs, Mrs. Jones provides each student with compassionate attention and instruction to nurture a love for learning. Mrs. Jones was attracted to Trinity Episcopal Preschool by the exceptional classrooms and the family-oriented environment, enrolling her own son in the PreK 3 class. In her spare time, Mrs. Jones enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two children (7 and 3) as well as gardening and baking.
PreK 3 Teacher
Mrs. Wade first earned an Associate’s in Education degree before obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in English Literature and a Bachelor of Science in Bible and Theology from Johnson University in Knoxville, TN. Mrs. Wade considers it an honor and a joy to teach children about God, His word, and His world. Through exploration, imagination, and play, Mrs. Wade hopes that each child develops a lasting love for learning and a desire to glorify the Lord with their whole being. She shares Trinity Episcopal Preschool’s value for all aspects of a child’s development – cognitive, emotional, and spiritual. Mrs. Wade was raised in Vero Beach in a close-knit family and recently married her high school sweetheart. She loves to travel and has been to 7 countries. Her favorite experience was when she taught English to students in China.
PreK 4 Teacher
Mrs. Stacy Lucarelli feels blessed to have the opportunity to teach Pre-Kindergarten at Trinity Episcopal Preschool. She possesses an Associate of Science degree in General Studies as well as a Certificate in Early Childhood Education which she earned at Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner, Massachusetts.
Stacy brings 20 years of experience in teaching early childhood education. Her passion is to enrich the lives of children through a Christ centered education where children feel safe, loved, and nurtured, while preparing them socially, emotionally, and academically for future success.
Stacy and her husband, Peter, have been married for 17 years and have two teenage boys. In her free time Stacy enjoys spending quality time with her family as well as swimming, gardening, and spending time by the ocean.
Music / Movement
Mrs. Rodgers comes to Trinity Episcopal Preschool with 30 years of teaching experience. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Music with an Emphasis in Sacred Music and a Master of Education in Special Education. Additionally, Mrs. Rodgers is certified in the Orff Schulwerk approach for music education and certified by the State of Florida in ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). She and her husband, Lee, have three grown sons and four amazing grandchildren. Darlene enjoys gardening, cooking, baking, and loves spending time with her family.
Music / Movement
Music class for preschoolers is a joyous occasion! Led by Darlene Rodgers, this class encourages children to follow their God-given instincts for singing through voice exploration. With a curriculum of both traditional and Christ-centered songs, children embrace opportunities for movement playing a variety of musical instruments and using speech in rhythm. Classical music forms the background for a wealth of experience for beat and rhythm sensitivity and free/structured movement. As German composer Carl Orff has said, “The work of children is play”.
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