• About Mrs. Hari Diddigi...

    Position: Preschool Teacher

    Room: 19

    Phone: 4808835903

    Email: Mrs. Hari Diddigi

    Mrs. Hari Diddigi

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    Hello, I am happy that you are here. My name is Hari Diddigi; I am a wife, mom, and teacher. I love working with young children. I was a first-grade teacher in India. My husband and I came to the USA in 1994, started our journey, and grew our family with two beautiful daughters. I have a bachelor's degree from India with an Economics major. I started volunteering in my daughter’s school in a kindergarten classroom. I began to love what I was doing. I grew interested in teaching kids. I started working in a preschool as a paraprofessional. I started taking training programs on early childhood education. Learning how young children learn and develop the skills required to succeed is fascinating. These experiences made me get a degree in early childhood education from Walden University. The courses are beneficial and made me understand child development and how to plan, assess and engage children to develop the critical skills they need to succeed.
    I worked in Troy preschool, MI for six years. We moved from MI in 2015, and I started working in Hancock Preschool, and this is my 7th year and I am loving it.
    Thank you for the opportunity to work with your children and thank you for your support.

    My Education and Professional Background

    I have a bachelor's degree in early childhood studies.

    I have a bachelor's degree in Accounts and Economics from an Indian University. 

    I have a Child Development Associate (CDA) certificate

    Worked in Troy preschools from 2009-2014.

    I worked as a first grade teacher in India before coming to the USA. 


    My Educational Philosophy

    Every child has the potential to succeed if they are given the appropriate tools and support. Every child is unique in their way. I see them as individuals with the potential to grow. Child-led, interest-based instruction with opportunities to learn with hands-on that promote curiosity and critical thinking will help them grow into life long learners.