•  Lil' Express at Perry
    Infant Caregivers                                                         
    Sandy
     
     
      


     Lexi



     
     
     
    Sandy Jada
     
    Sandy has been with Lil' Express Learning Centers since July of 2004 and has close to 20 years of experience in the Early Childhood Education field. In addition to her work in CUSD, she has provided care in her home and a Montessori based program. Sandy maintains her Child Development Associate Credential, a nationally recognized early childhood education certification focused on caring for young children birth to three. She has been an active participant in First Relationships, a program designed to strengthen her knowledge and understanding of the unique needs and relationships created when we care for infants, toddlers and their families.

    Sandy is a wife, mother and grandmother who has family members residing in her home state of New York. She and her husband enjoy spending their free time together, or with their extended families, watching movies or playing Farmville. Sandy lists a turning point in her life when she and her husband relocated to Arizona from New York. She shares her contagious positive attitude with her co-workers.

     "Your influence on others is greater than you can imagine." ~ Unknown
     
     
     
    Alexis Flournoy
     
    Lexi began her career with Lil' Express as a student worker from the Early Childhood Education program at Perry High School in 2011. In August 2012 she began working at the Basha High School Lil' Express site and upon graduation in 2013 she transitioned from student worker to a CUSD staff member She has over 3 years of experience in the Early Childhood Education field. She currently attends Chandler Gilbert Community College and is in her second year of working with the coaches and trainers involved in the First Relationships project. Lexi and her bubbly personality bring smiles to the faces of the babies in the room, she is often found playing on the floor or reading to the little ones in her care.

    "Children will not remember you for the materials you provided, but for the feeling that you cherished them." ~ Richard Evans
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


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