Miss Sarah – Director/4-year-old Teacher

Sarah Freese is pleased to be the preschool director and lead teacher for the four year old program.   She has a bachelor’s degree in Education and Child Development from East Carolina University. She has maintained her level six childcare credential certificate for the state of Maryland.  Sarah extends her own education through professional development education programs through the State of Maryland.  She is looking forward to working with and getting to know all of the children this year.

Miss Sarah has been happily married to her husband Barry for 17 years and has two girls ages 12 and 10.  She enjoys crocheting, reading, and being involved in her girls’ school.

Miss Shelly- 3-year-old Teacher

We are excited to welcome a new teacher to our program. Miss Shelly is currently completing her course work to begin her early childhood career with us at St. Andrew’s.  Miss Shelly holds a teaching degree in grade K-6 so she is working on her early childhood portion now.  Shelly will bring a lot of enthusiasm to our program and is super excited to learn and play with our three year olds.  Miss Shelly has two daughters who have both been to St. Andrew’s and now are in first grade and kindergarten.

Miss Tina – Teacher’s Assistant (3 and 4 yr. old classes)

Miss Tina is beginning her fifth year with the St. Andrew’s family. Before joining us, she had been a stay-at-home Mom for over 14 years and has experience working a 4-year program at a local preschool. She adores the students and is looking forward to putting her organizational skills and creativity to work again this year. She is delighted to continue working with Miss Sarah and Miss Beth, but most of all is excited to nurture the students as they learn, grow and discover all of the new things we have to offer in our
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Miss Tina has lived in Southern Maryland all of her life and has been married for over 27 years. She has two teenage daughters: Gabrielle age 20 and Emma age 17,  who continue to keep her busy. When she’s not caring for her family or running around, you can bet she’s watching them on the softball field.