Rebecca Logan, Interim Preschool Director
I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics with a minor in elementary education. I love working with kids and seeing their face when they learn something new. I also love teaching about Jesus. I love working at Trinity because I get to share my love of Christ every day with kids in a Christ-centered environment.
MJ Fiore, Preschool Teacher
I have an Associate's Degree in business administration and am currently enrolled at Kendall College to obtain my Bachelor's in early childhood education with a focus on leadership and administration.Working with children is the best job I could ever imagine. I love the meaningful relationships I am building with all of the children and the influence I have on the young minds in my classroom.
Tracie Dinardo, Preschool Teacher Aide
I was born Chicago, but I have lived in Springfield most of my life. I attended Lincoln Land Community College to focus on liberal arts. What I love most about my job is working with the children on a regular basis and watching them grow and learn. I also enjoy the time spent with the staff members, and the meaningful relationships I have developed with them.
Diana Finney, Preschool Teacher Aide
I have worked in child care for 34 years. I love my job and watching children grow and learn. I always knew I wanted to work with children. I like working at Trinity because everybody helps each other.
Pam Lazar, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
I am a Trinity graduate who joined the Preschool staff in 2013 after filling in temporarily a few times. I previously worked at the Mini O'Beirne Crisis Nursery. I enjoy spending time with my family, husband Bill, kids Max and Cassie, and volunteering with the Animal Protective League.
Rebecca Reiley, Preschool Teacher Aide
I am a Trinity Lutheran School graduate. My favorite aspect of my job is helping the kids learn and grow.
Jodi Heyen, Preschool Teacher Aide
I have an educational background centered in psychology/social work. A favorite aspect of my job as a teacher aide at Trinity is to take note of the overall progress that the children make as they go through the preschool classrooms.
Roberta Wilcoxen, Preschool Teacher Aide
I have been a teacher's aide at Trinity Preschool for more than ten years.