St. Luke’s News

JUly 2019

 

SAVE THE DATE!

Join us on Sept 12 at 8 am for a free fellowship breakfast celebrating community, philanthropy, and the red door of hope! We love our community of vibrant donors, volunteers, and advocates.

Email shelby.willis@stlch.org to RSVP!

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Enrolling Ages 2, 3, & 4

• Focus on literacy, social, & emotional development
• Center-based learning with Frogstreet curriculum
• Healthy meals and snacks included
• Diverse student population
• Large playgrounds, gym, and outdoor classroom
• Classes range from 6-weeks to Pre-Kindergarten
• Caring, well-trained teachers


For more information call (615) 350-1141 • or visit www.stlch.org/preschool


Welcome Tevis Haynie,
Child Development Assistant Director

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Favorite Children’s Books:
Our Children Can Soar by Michelle Gok
The Skin You Live In by Michelle Tyler

 

Tevis Haynie is the mother to an 11-year-old daughter and has lived in Tennessee for 7 years.

She received her Bachelors in Elementary Education from Western Kentucky University and her Master’s in Human Behaviors/Services from Capella University. She is currently pursuing her second masters degree in Organizational Leadership with certifications in both Professional Coaching and Global Leadership.

I am the gardener, my students and educators are my flowers. It is up to me to water & nurture them to grow to be their very best and give them as much sunshine (joy) as I possibly can as I continue to learn and grow.

Welcome Tevis! | You can contact Tevis at tevis.haynie@stlch.org


Welcome Dia Mimms:
our new Pre-k Instructional Coach!

 

Dia is a wife and mother of three (and a fur momma!) born and raised right here in Nashville, TN

 She was educated in Metro Nashville Public Schools, earning her B.S. from Tennessee State University in Speech Communication; teacher certification grades 1-8 Fisk University; EL endorsement; Master’s of Science in Reading from National University in LaJolla, CA;  Reading Recovery certification/training from Georgia State University and Ohio State University, and Early Childhood license from Tennessee State University.

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Favorite children’s books: Oh the Places You Will Go, the Reddy Freddy series  and Elephant and Piggie books.

“ I can’t wait to watch and support each and every child, teacher, and family grow and achieve their learning or professional goals by building and supporting  academically and socio-emotionally strong students, staff and families who will achieve, dream and grow in Kindergarten and as life-long learners.  “

Welcome Dia! | You can contact Dia at dia.mimms@stlch.org