CYCF Administration and Staff

 

  • Wendy Hartke, M.Ed., Facilitating Teacher
  • Marcia Huckins, Early Childhood Assistant Teacher
  • Meredith Leighton, B.S., Early Childhood Teacher II
  • Amanda Myles, B.S., Early Childhood Teacher I
  • Kayla Roper, B.S., Early Childhood Teacher II
  • Carly Roy, B.S., Early Childhood Teacher I
  • Karen Sanders, M.Ed., Director
  • Natalka Sywenkyj, B.S., Early Childhood Teacher I

 

Plymouth State University Student Classroom Assistant
Plymouth State University Early Childhood Students

Department of Early Childhood Studies

  • Patricia Cantor. Ed.D
    Chair, Early Childhood Studies Dept. & Professor of Early Childhood Studies
  • Mary Cornish, Ph.D
    Professor of Early Childhood Studies
  • Elisabeth Johnston, Ph.D                                                               Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Studies
  • Meagan Shedd, Ph.D                                                                        Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Studies

 

 

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