I have been in the childcare business for over seventeen years. My late husband, Rev. Eric Doman, and I started this center and wanted to make sure it was faith-based. His favorite scripture was, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6.
It is equally important that our center provides a safe, nurturing, fun, relaxed, loving, and high-quality learning environment where children and teachers are mutually respected and trusted. I strongly believe that a child’s ability to learn is greatly influenced by their surrounding environment. I provide a place where our children’s creative expression can be encouraged through developmentally appropriate classroom activities. We wanted to serve our community with a high-quality child care center. Our goal is for our children to become life-long learners.
Amazing Kidz Christian Academy Private School Director and Teacher
Teaching is my passion, as I have over 30 years in education and hold a Bachelor of Science in Elementary and a Master in Education. Additionally, I am certified in Administration and Supervision.
My experience includes teaching 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades, serving as a Skills Specialist, and being an Assistant Principal in a public school. As a Skilled Specialist, I created a test for teachers to administer to their students and assisted them with teaching their students who needed additional assistance to master selected skills. I disaggregated campus data to provide direction for successful state-mandated test scores, such as TAKS and STAAR. Upon retirement from the public schools, I’ve worked in the private school sector for two years, teaching a multilevel class that included Kindergarten, 1ST, 2ND, 3RD, and 4TH-grade students. Additionally, I served as the Title 1 Coordinator and Liaison between the Private School and Spring ISD.
In my own time, I tutor students in Reading, English, and Math, and provide strategies for students taking the STAAR Test. I have learned that when parents bring their students to us when they have identified their child’s struggles or issues with a subject, children are more likely to do well, have increased self-confidence, and decreased stress levels than parents who bring their child in when they are failing or do not have sufficient time to prepare for the STARR test.
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