Educational Enrichment Programs | Meet Our Staff | Caring Center

Welcome to the Caring Center! We offer children more than daycare centers can. Our facility provides children with fun, safe, entertaining and educational enrichment programs in which they can play, learn and grow. Meet our well-trained teachers and learn what they can offer your children.

C.C.’s Clubhouse (School-age Childcare Program)

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Ms. Beth A.

School-age childcare requires variety and Beth tunes into what is new and interesting for the children.  Her wide range of hobbies — including cooking, gardening, and just about anything involving the great outdoors — influences her ability to keep her program fresh and exciting. Beth also believes that community service is one of the best ways to help children develop positive character traits of caring and compassion.

Beth has been our school-age childcare coordinator since 2012.  She has a degree in elementary education with a minor in early childhood education with more than 15 years of experience with children of all ages.





Ms. Lisa

Lisa has worked with children of all ages but her degree in elementary education and physical education from UW-Platteville makes her a perfect fit as a teacher in C.C.’s Clubhouse. Lisa’s teaching experience includes K-6 physical education, preschool classes and substitute teaching. She also worked as a nanny for the same family for 14 years, even moving with them from Wisconsin to Ohio, and then on to New York.

Lisa prides herself on her ability to connect with school-age children and understand each child’s individual needs and talents. She loves getting children active in sports and games, talking to them about their day, and teaching them various crafts.


Ms. Megan

Megan holds a master’s degree in education from Cardinal Stritch and previously attended UW-Madison to study languages and history. Before she became a teacher of Montessori classes, she taught Spanish immersion and public school education.

As a teacher of Montessori classes, Megan describes her greatest strengths as, “Adapting the environment and curriculum for specific individuals or groups, empowering children to take leadership in their learning, and ‘getting out of the way’ when the first two things are going well.”


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Mr. Matt (To be updated…)