Cherubs Child Development Center

Cherubs Child Care Staff

Amy FowlerMy name is Amy Fowler and I am the Director of Cherubs. Growing up, my dream was to either be a ballerina or a Teacher. I followed my dream of becoming a Teacher and, with the help of my family; we opened Cherubs Child Development Center in November 2003.

I have been in the childcare field for over 15 years. I have an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education from Quincy College. I am Infant, Toddler, Preschool and Director I and Director II certified. I have had experiences, both good and bad, in several centers throughout Massachusetts, Florida and North Carolina. I truly enjoy what I do and I look forward to coming to work each day.

On a personal note, I am married and the mother of three wonderful children, two dogs and one cat. I enjoy day trips, traveling, baking and going to the beach. I am very excited to be involved in helping Cherubs grow and become the best Child Development Center on the South Shore!

Rebecca GoldbergMy name is Rebecca Goldberg. I have been working in childcare for about 9 years, starting as an Assistant Teacher. I graduated from Quincy College with an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. I am a certified Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Teacher and I also have my Director I and Director II certifications. At Cherubs, I am Assistant Director, Toddler Teacher and Toddler/Preschool Coordinator.

Running a childcare center with my sister was an idea I had years ago. With much help from our parents, my dream came true. Cherubs was established in November 2003. This has been a great experience and I really enjoy what I do. I look forward to many more years of Cherubs!

The staff at Cherubs are dedicated, responsible Early Childhood Professionals committed to the exceptional care and development of your child.

As your child's first teachers, they take the responsibility to provide a creative and nurturing learning environment for your child to develop a positive self image, and to stimulate their social, emotional, physical and cognitive learning skills.

~ Teachers are caring, energetic, positive, respectful, and aware of the children.

~ Teachers and children are having fun and enjoying themselves. Teachers are actively involved with the children.

~Teachers use pleasant voices and talk directly to the children, encouraging them to express themselves and to "use their words."

~ Teachers are sensitive and responsive to the children and their needs.

~ Teachers recognize and encourage individual differences in children but do not discriminate because of race, religion, or ethnic background.

~ Teachers have adequate experience and are offered ongoing, professional training.

~ Discipline techniques are positive; aimed at developing self-directed behavior in children.

~ Teachers have open communication with each other and with parents.

~ Teachers understand the different ages and stages of growth and development.

Cherubs Child Development Center

260 Main Street
Marshfield, MA 02050
781-837-8147 Fax

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