Baby Purple Dragons
For children 2-3 years of age.
The Baby “Purple” Dragons classroom is painted a lovely shade of lavender which suggests refinement along with grace and elegance.
Shades of purple have a special relationship with nature, and this classroom looks out into the garden. The use of lavender signifies balance and allows the children to know they are unique and special. It can calm the mind and encourage creativity.
Ms Hannah R.
Baby Purple AM Dragons
Baby Purple AM/PM Dragons
Baby Purple PM Dragons
Ms Hannah has been working with children for over ten years and currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education. She has a passion for working in education by focusing on the whole child’s cognitive, physical, emotional, and social development.
She believes creating strong bonds with her students and their families is one of the most important parts of a young child’s education.
In her free time, Ms Hannah loves being outdoors as well as spending time with family and friends, and making art.
Ms Amanda holds a B.A. in Child and Adolescent Development with an emphasis in early childhood education. She comes with four years of experience in the field and has worked with children ages 2 – 6.
Amanda’s grandmother was a first grade teacher and seeing her in the field was where she was first exposed to teaching and realized this was something she was interested in pursuing.
She believes that every child is a individual and loves building on children’s strengths. Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling and swimming.
Ms Stephanie was born and raised in East Hollywood. As a young adult she tutored children around her neighborhood, this is when she realized how much working with children was a passion of hers. She also coached basketball for boys and girls at her former middle school, Immaculate Heart of Mary School.
Stephanie attended Holy Family High School in Glendale and played a variety of sports: basketball, volleyball and ran cross country and track. By the age of 19 she began pursuing her education to work with children between ages 2 to 5, she now holds 12 units and is working towards her Associate’s Degree in Special Education at Los Angeles City College.
Stephanie runs 5 miles every morning, is a shoe fanatic, pizza lover and avid bookstore browser, and she lives with her 2 yr old cat, Rufus. Stephanie looks forward to making an impact on the children around her and in her community.