Teacher Robannie ~ Director/Tot Class Teacher
Robannie is honored to return for her 17th year at LCP. This year she will be serving as the Tot Class Teacher and Director. Robannie grew up in Loomis, graduated from Del Oro High School, and earned her BA in English from Whitman College. She completed her Early Childhood Education coursework at Sierra College. Robannie also participated as a parent at LCP for three years with her own son.
Robannie is grateful to be part of a caring community of families dedicated to creating a nurturing, play-based environment for children.
Teacher Kellie ~ 2-Day Class Teacher
Kellie is so excited to return to LCP for her fourth year. She fell in love with the play-based learning environment when her daughter attended LCP.
Kellie completed her Associate Teacher certificate at Modesto Junior College. She is currently working towards her AA in Early Childhood Education at Sierra College, with 30+ units of Early Childhood Education courses already complete. She lives in Rocklin with her husband and two children, Jack and Kate.
The thing Kellie loves most about being a part of LCP is the supportive and encouraging community of families.
Barb is thrilled to be the 3-Day Teacher at Loomis Community Preschool. Throughout her life, she’s been drawn to children. Her first job was at a preschool. During college she was a teacher’s aide in a kindergarten classroom, while earning her BA in Liberal Studies at San Diego State University.
After college she earned her Multiple Subject Teaching Credential at Chapman University. She went on to teach kindergarten at Ophir Elementary.
She and her husband, Scott, have raised two beautiful, smart, and well rounded children. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, boating, entertaining, traveling and volunteering in her community.
She looks forward to meeting you and your family and creating lasting memories together.
Sherry has recently retired, after serving LCP as a teacher and director for 30+ years. She first joined the school with her daughter. She loved the school so much that she stayed as a volunteer and substitute, as well as went back to school and completed her credits in Early Childhood and Human Development so she could teach at the school.
Sherry believes strongly in the co-op preschool and sees it as a precious time for the parents and children. Her granddaughters both attended LCP, as well.
Sherry has received the Teacher/Director Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Council of Parent Participation Nursery Schools.