Meet Our Goddard Family

Our expertly trained and experienced teachers and staff blend the highest standards in early childhood education and development with nurturing care to help your child have fun while growing physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.

Careers

If you want to help shape the hearts and minds of young children in a fun, nurturing environment, we’d love to have you work with us! We’re always looking for great teachers to join our family.

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Warm, Nurturing & Highly Trusted

Learning happens best in a warm and nurturing environment, which is why our teachers take the time to make sure your little one feels safe and cared for every day to help them develop a lifelong love of learning. 

Expertise & Skills

Our caring teachers are highly experienced in the best methods to support your child with teachable moments of exploration, discovery and learning each and every day. 

  • Miss Jordan

    Miss Jordan

    On-Site Owner
    Jordan has a degree in Communication Studies from Bloomsburg University. She began working at The Goddard School in Enola in January of 2018. Jordan believes that early childhood education is important in order to develop confident, well-rounded children. She believes that successful young learning experiences mold children's minds to prepare them for the future. Jordan is committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment, while meeting each individual child's needs. Her goal is for each child to be taught the educational and emotional skills necessary for a positive future. Jordan's favorite things about working at The Goddard School are the relationships she is able to develop with the children. She says they are all unique, and it makes getting to know them so much fun.
  •  Stacey Warner

    Stacey Warner

    Owner
    My name is Stacey Warner and I am the proud owner of The Goddard School located in Enola. I live in the local community with my husband Ryan and our son Jaxon. My relationship with the Goddard School began when we enrolled Jaxon in the Infant classroom when he was three months old. As a parent, I value the wonderful benefits of being part of the Goddard School family, including the education and socialization skills, as well as the many friends that Jaxon acquired at the school over the years. Through my passion for children, the community and a strong belief that early learning develops strong future leaders, I am committed to providing a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for your children to become confident learners as they develop. Thank you in advance for the privilege and honor of entrusting us with the care of your children. We truly understand the importance of having a place that you feel is safe and loving for your children to learn and grow.
  • Miss Karen

    Miss Karen

    Education Director
    Miss Karen began working at The Goddard School in 2021. She has a Bachelor's degree in Elementary and Kindergarten Education, as well as a Master's degree in Teaching and Curriculum from Pennsylvania State University. Miss Karen believes the most important years in children’s brain development occurs between 0-5 years of age, placing emphasis on their early learning years. When teaching young children, Miss Karen says we can best prepare them for future success in school and life by implementing intentionally planned hands-on active learning experiences which promote growth in all areas of development. Miss Karen's favorite thing about the Goddard School in Enola is that it is a place where teachers motivate and challenge the children in their classrooms to grow and learn each day in a safe, nurturing environment where each child is loved and valued as an individual.
  • Miss Megan

    Miss Megan

    Education Director
    Miss Megan began working at The Goddard School in Enola in 2020. She has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education from Bloomsburg University. Miss Megan believes every child is unique and learns differently, so she strives to support the teachers in creating curriculum that will meet each child's needs using a strategy that works best for the individual child. Miss Megan's goal for the classroom environments is to make them fun, hands-on, and educational. Miss Megan's favorite thing about The Goddard School in Enola is the friendly staff and getting to spend time with the students each day.
  • Miss Alexus

    Miss Alexus

    Operations Director
    Miss Alexus began working at The Goddard School in Enola in 2022. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Lock Haven University, as well as a Pennsylvania teaching certification. Miss Alexus believes that a child’s early years are the foundation for their social, emotional, and cognitive development. She provides a nurturing yet challenging environment that meets each child’s individual needs to become confident, lifelong learners. Her favorite thing about The Goddard School is the positive interaction between staff, students and parents each day.
  • Miss Tracey

    Miss Tracey

    Infant Teacher
    Miss Tracey has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2012. Miss Tracey loves teaching young children because she gets to watch them grow as they learn, explore and discover things on their own. Teaching and being a part of this crucial time is so rewarding for Miss Tracey. Miss Tracey’s favorite thing about The Goddard School in Enola is being in the infant room where it all begins. She enjoys watching them graduate from our Kindergarten classroom knowing she played a part in their journey and is eager to see them grow into the little scientists, lawyers, and doctors they may become.
  • Miss Amruta

    Miss Amruta

    Infant Teacher
    Miss Amruta has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She has her Master's degree in Elementary Education from Northeastern University. Miss Amruta believes early childhood education lays the foundation for all future learning. She feels early exploration, positive environments, and nurturing adults will give children the positive impact needed to set them up for success in future learning. Miss Amruta’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the beautiful, clean environment and friendly staff who care for the well-being of the children.
  • Miss Courteney

    Miss Courteney

    Infant Teacher
    Miss Courteney has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2021. She plans on pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education. Miss Courteney believes young children are the foundation of the future. She loves the joy of watching them grow and achieve milestones. Miss Courteney’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is how welcoming all the staff, children, and families are each and every day.
  • Miss Alyssa

    Miss Alyssa

    Young Toddler Teacher
    Miss Alyssa has been working at The Goddard School in Enola since 2022. Miss Alyssa emphasizes the importance of helping children learn social and emotional skills as a critical part of their education. Her favorite things about The Goddard School are her relationships with the families and the clean, welcoming environment.
  • Miss Kayleen

    Miss Kayleen

    Young Toddler Teacher
    Miss Kayleen has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She is working toward a degree to be a labor and delivery nurse from Penn State University. Miss Kayleen believes the key to teaching young children is to listen, guide, and support them through their learning. She feels early childhood education is important because it lays the foundation the children need to grow and develop. Miss Kayleen’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the happy, smiling staff.
  • Miss Amanda

    Miss Amanda

    Young Toddler Teacher
    Miss Amanda has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2015. Miss Amanda believes that the key to making learning fun and exciting for young children is getting on their level and turning lessons into a game. She loves teaching young children because this is an important stage in their life, and they learn the most amazing things at this time. Miss Amanda’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the lasting bonds she has developed with the staff, parents, and children.
  • Miss Lynnsi

    Miss Lynnsi

    Young Toddler Teacher
    Miss Lynnsi has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She has a Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Sciences. Miss Lynnsi believes that creating a safe, fun, positive, and empowering learning environment for children allows them to excel in their learning. She is eager to engage in each child’s growth and celebrate all their new discoveries. Miss Lynnsi’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the positivity and willingness to be there for one another. She loves the balance between learning and fun that takes place.
  • Miss Hannah

    Miss Hannah

    Young Toddler Teacher
    Miss Hannah has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2024. She has a degree from Messiah University in Environmental Science. Miss Hannah believes the key to teaching is to have patience and understanding for the children and their individual needs. She feels it is important to create meaningful relationships with the students, so they feel safe and are willing to learn. She loves getting to watch the children learn new things each day. Miss Hannah’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the dedication the staff put in to create a welcoming environment for the students learning.
  • Miss Estela

    Miss Estela

    Toddler Teacher
    Miss Estela began teaching at The Goddard School in Enola in 2023. She has her Child Development Associate Credential. Miss Estela believes the key to teaching young children is perseverance and patience because each child learns differently. She emphasizes the importance of creating a close connection with each child through attention and respect. Miss Estela's favorite thing about the Goddard School in Enola is the organization and collaboration of teachers and management to create a safe and fun learning environment for everyone!
  • Miss Nicole

    Miss Nicole

    Toddler Teacher
    Miss Nicole has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2024. She has a degree in Psychology from Shippensburg University. She is working towards obtaining her Master’s in school counseling. Miss Nicole believes the key to teaching young children is to engage them in their learning. She feels early education prepares children for the future and can improve their brain structure for future learning. She loves teaching children because they are always eager to learn. Miss Nicole’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is how willing the staff are to lend a hand wherever they are needed to provide the best overall learning experience.
  • Miss Kimberly

    Miss Kimberly

    Toddler Teacher
    Miss Kimberly began teaching at The Goddard School in Enola in 2023. She has her Child Development Associate Credential. Miss Kimberly enjoys providing hands-on, engaging learning experiences that foster curiosity and exploration. She creates activities that encourage children and develop a trust. Miss Kimberly's favorite thing about the Goddard School in Enola is how friendly and welcoming the staff are as a whole.
  • Miss Jasmine

    Miss Jasmine

    Older Toddler Teacher
    Miss Jasmine has been working at The Goddard School since 2022. She believes children learn best through interactive play and enjoys making learning fun for her students. Miss Jasmine’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the warm and welcoming environment.
  • Miss Gerry

    Miss Gerry

    Older Toddler Teacher
    Miss Gerry has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She currently has Early Childhood Education credits and plans to continue her training in this field. Miss Gerry hopes to build a solid foundation for the children she encounters and help them to achieve milestones in their learning. She believes to do this, it is important to provide age-appropriate learning opportunities and to create a safe and nurturing environment for the children. Miss Gerry’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is how welcoming the staff, children, and families are to one another.
  • Miss Isabella

    Miss Isabella

    Older Toddler Teacher
    Miss Isabella began teaching at The Goddard School in Enola in 2021. Miss Isabella believes the key to teaching young children is to encourage exploration and curiosity. She also believes in the importance of working together with parents to create a partnership! Miss Isabella's favorite thing about The Goddard School in Enola is watching the students grow and evolve as they reach milestones.
  • Miss Rachal

    Miss Rachal

    Preschool Teacher
    Miss Rachal has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She has her CDA (Child Development Associate) and is pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education. Miss Rachal believes the key to teaching young children is being a positive role model. She thinks this creates a better relationship with the child and the parents. She loves watching the children learn and grow. Miss Rachal’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the importance placed on implementing the policies and guidelines to ensure the safety of our staff and families.
  • Miss Haleigh

    Miss Haleigh

    Preschool Teacher
    Miss Haleigh has been working at The Goddard School since 2022. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Special Education from Kutztown University. Miss Haleigh believes the key to teaching young children is creating a connection through patience and enthusiasm. She models encouragement, positivity and kindness for her students every day. Miss Haleigh’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the safe, positive learning community provided for all students and staff.
  • Miss Shelby

    Miss Shelby

    Preschool Teacher
    Miss Shelby began teaching at The Goddard School in Enola in 2023. She has her Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. Miss Shelby believes in the importance of early education because children are in their formative years when they are impressionable and soak up knowledge quickly with excitement. Her goal is to provide her students with an intentional, engaging and loving learning environment that sets up each one for success! Miss Shelby's favorite thing about the Goddard School in Enola is the positive teaching and redirection methods. She also loves how the staff not only teach, but also model problem solving skills for the children.
  • Miss Cherise

    Miss Cherise

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Cherise has been teaching at The Goddard School since 2022. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from West Virginia University. She also has her Master’s degree in Reading from West Virginia University. She believes that providing open ended opportunities for play, exploration and discovery is vital for a positive early childhood experience and is confident that this sets the stage for future success both socially and academically. Miss Cherise’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the opportunity for staff to grow professionally and personally.
  • Miss Katie

    Miss Katie

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Katie has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2021. She has her Child Development Associate Credential. Miss Katie believes that learning should be fun and always makes sure to incorporate her students’ interests into her activities. Miss Katie’s favorite thing about working at The Goddard School is the friendly and welcoming environment!
  •  Reginald

    Reginald

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
    Mr. Reginald has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2024. He has a degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Penn State and he is currently working towards his Master’s degree in Learning, Design and Technology. Mr. Reginald believes the key to teaching young children is to let them explore the world around them in a safe environment. He feels early childhood education is important because it sets the foundation for future learning. He loves getting to watch children learn something for the first time. Mr. Reginald’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is how beautiful the school itself is and how friendly the staff have been from the start.
  • Miss Briyana

    Miss Briyana

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Briyana has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She has a Bachelor's degree in Education from Eastern University and an Associate's degree in general studies from HACC. She is currently working on her CDA as well. Miss Briyana believes the key to teaching young children is to make the learning relatable to them. She feels early childhood education gives children a chance to be creative and learn about the world around them to ensure success in future schooling. Miss Briyana’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the teamwork put together by the staff.
  • Miss Alexandra

    Miss Alexandra

    Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Alexandra has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2024. She has a degree in Elementary Education (Pre-K-4th Grade) and Teacher Education. Miss Alexandra believes the key to teaching young children is to guide them in their milestones. She feels early childhood is important because their learning starts from the beginning. She loves teaching because she feels it is an inspiration to watch the children grow each day. Miss Alexandra’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is watching the teachers interact with the children and how the children light up and smile.
  • Miss Kristen

    Miss Kristen

    Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Kristen has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2006. She has an Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education from HACC and her teaching certification from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Miss Kristen loves teaching young children because she loves watching them get excited to learn, try new things, and accomplish goals. She loves seeing the progression they make from the first day of Kindergarten to graduation to the next school year. Miss Kristen’s favorite things about The Goddard School are seeing the children every day, her partnerships with parents, and the staff that she works with.
  • Miss Claire

    Miss Claire

    Kindergarten Teacher
    Miss Claire has been working at The Goddard School in Enola since 2022. She has her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Penn State University. Miss Claire believes the key to teaching young children comes from bringing a passion for learning and creativity into her classroom. She implements activities in the classroom that provide hands-on learning and opportunities for collaboration for her students. Miss Claire ensures that every student feels valued for their unique qualities. Her favorite things about The Goddard School are the amazing students and the welcoming staff.
  • Miss Heidi

    Miss Heidi

    Employee Trainer
    Miss Heidi began teaching at The Goddard School in Enola in 2020. She has a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, as well as Elementary Education, from Millersville University. Miss Heidi believes early childhood education is invaluable because it improves a child's cognitive, social, and emotional development. Her goal is to make ongoing connections with the students in order to foster a positive learning environment. As the schools trainer, she enjoys working with all the employees in order to share the Goddard foundation and high standards, as well as provide guidance and support to the wonderful teachers and support staff! Miss Heidi's favorite thing about the Goddard School in Enola are the relationships formed between the students and teachers. She also enjoys the upbeat and warm atmosphere!
  • Miss Madilyne

    Miss Madilyne

    Education Support Specialist
    Miss Madilyne has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She is currently working toward her teaching degree from Harrisburg Area Community College. Miss Madilyne believes the key to teaching young children is to help them grow and learn new things along the way. She feels early childhood education is important because children learn the social skills and gain a wide set of knowledge needed to grow in their learning. Miss Madilyne’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is the welcoming atmosphere and friendliness of staff and families.
  • Miss Jena

    Miss Jena

    Education Support Specialist
    Miss Jena has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. She has a Bachelor's degree in Human Development and Family Sciences. Miss Jena believes the key to teaching young children is helping them develop the social, emotional, and physical skills needed to succeed later in life. Miss Jena’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is how warm and welcoming everyone is to one another.
  • Miss Ella

    Miss Ella

    Education Support Specialist
    Miss Ella has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2023. Miss Ella believes the key to teaching young children is to be present and help them along the way in their learning. Miss Ella’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is having two classrooms for each age group so the students can be met at their current developmental stage of learning.
  •  Melody

    Melody

    Education Support Specialist
    Miss Melody has been teaching at The Goddard School in Enola since 2022. Miss Melody believes that the key to teaching young children is loving and praising them as they learn new things each day. She believes early teaching helps the children become prepared when they enter grade school. Miss Melody’s favorite thing about The Goddard School is teaching alongside people who truly care about the children.
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