Teacher Spotlight: Madison O’Connor

Everything we do at Day Early Learning is aimed at nurturing each child’s social, emotional and educational needs. Our ultimate goal is not only to prepare your child for kindergarten but also to inspire a lifelong learning journey. Well-educated and trained teachers ensure that your child will be in the best hands possible.

Here is your chance to get to know some of our Day Early Learning teachers. This week, we highlight Madison O’Connor.

Which Day Early Learning center do you work at?
Federal Building.

What age group do you teach?
I am in a pre-k classroom.

How long have you worked at Day Early Learning?
I have been working at Day Early Learning since May of 2017.

When did you know you wanted to work with children?
I have many educators in my family that I look up to and wanted to follow in their footsteps

How do you like to spend your free time?
Spending time with my husband and our dog Zoey. We spend a lot of time with our friends and families sharing laughs and creating memories!

What is/was your favorite children’s book?
Oh, the Places You’ll Go.

What was the last moment that caused you to stop and remember why you love teaching and working with children?

Watching the children light up with joy when they accomplish a challenging task. Being able to see the children learn and grow each day is rewarding knowing that I am making a difference in their lives.

What is your favorite thing about working at Day Early Learning?
Having such supportive co-workers and the best co-teacher!

What other interesting facts do you want us to know about you?
I am currently halfway through completing my Master’s Degree in School Counseling.

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