Our award winning staff work as a team to provide a stimulating and challenging program for the children. The teachers have a strong background in child development and are responsive to each child’s individual needs. Wellington County provides Station Road with support services for children with special needs.

Jennifer Collins RECE, BASC. EC - Supervisor and Honey Bee Teacher

Jennifer graduated from Conestoga College's Early Childhood Education Program in 2011, Educational Assistant Certificate in 2005 and Is looking forward to her June graduation from The University of Guelph Humber as she has completed her Honors Bachelor of Early Childhood and Science. She worked at Little Angles Development in Fergus as a Classroom Assistant, Inclusion Facilitator, and Before and After school Site Supervisor. Also in Fergus she then had the pleasure to work in Ontario Early Years Center. Finally in the Waterloo District School Board as an ECE in Full Day Kindergarten before joining station road. In her spare time Jenn plays and coaches Baseball, and is an active member of the parent council at her children's school. She also works with the Canadian Mental Health Association to support the Strengthening Families Program and offer Respite Services to families in need.

Leah Halls - Teacher of Teddy Bears

Leah Halls is the teacher of the Teddy Bears. Leah received her B.Ed from Nipissing University and her B.A. from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2013. She worked for the Upper Grand District School Board on the supply list before joining us at Station Road. She enjoys working with children of all ages.

Krista Walcott - Teddy Bear Classroom Assitant

Krista Walcott has been a substitute Classroom Assistant for us and this year we hired her to help us in the Teddy Bear room. She loves working with children and hopes to go to school to get her E.C.E.

Kim Newman - Cook and Teddy Bear Classroom Assistant

Kim Newman has been with Station Road since 2001. Her two children attended Station Road when they were young. Kim loved Station Road Nursery School so much she decided to stay. She started as the Inclusion Facilitator and Classroom Assistant. When the lunch program started she became the cook too! She has enjoyed every year here. Being with the children is greatly rewarding.