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Shelly Capps - I was an Air Force brat who came to California in 1972. I graduated from Vacaville High School in 1980 and Solano Community College in 1982. I graduated from Sacramento State in 1984 and received my teaching credential in 1986. I’ve been teaching with the Vacaville Unified School District for 27 years. I have 4 children & 2 step children and 1 grandchild, Jameson Arlie, born July 15, 2012. Sadly,
Cheryl Stumbaugh - Cheryl has a certificate in Early Childhood Education, a State Teaching Credential in Child Care, additional courses at Solano Community College, Sacramento State, University of Berkeley, Taff College and
the University of Davis. She has served as the Department Chair for Parent Education with FSAS for thirty plus years, honored as Site Teacher of The Year twice 1997 and 2012 served on the Social and Safety Community at the FSAS. She has taught: How To Start Your Own Child Care Business, Parents/Toddlers 9-36 months; STEP (Systemic Training for Effective Parenting) for Young children in FSAS’s Parent Education Preschool Program which includes 123 Magic for Parents, and Preschool Classroom Management. Volunteer with Community agencies, Member of the Solano Seat Belt Association, programs targeting seat belt use and car seat safety, co-creator of Parent Patrol with the Fairfield Police Department for 15 years, raised funds to purchase the Kids Safety House for the Police and Fire departments created safety programs to use with the Kids Safety House.
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he is in North Carolina with his mom and dad. I’m hoping to be the greatest long distance Noni ever. I have facilitated classes for the nurturing parent project and the PEACE program for the past couple of years. I enjoy teaching young children, (currently 3rd graders) during the day, but also teach adults through the Vacaville Adult School. My philosophy about teaching is a quote I once heard, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” I try to live my life in just that way, showing others that I care.
moved to Fairfield in 2008, right before the birth of their second daughter. As Stacy's daughters began preschool, she began volunteering in their classes: teacher’s aide, head teacher (at a parent co-op), and curriculum planning. Stacy also has Doula training through DONA international. When not immersed in preschool and babies, Stacy loves to spend time with family and watching movies.
Stacy Bouchard - Completed a BA degree in Mathematics from San Francisco State University in 2002, received her California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential in 2004. Taught in Sonoma County for 3 years prior to the birth of her first daughter in 2007. Stacy and her family
Kimberly Rodriguez Cervantes-Kim graduated from Fairfield High in 2013, she then went to Blake Austin College and received her certificate of completion in Administrative Medical Assistant in 2015. She was introduced to the S.P.A.C.E program when her brother started preschool here and volunteered in the program for two years. Kim started working with the S.P.A.C.E. program at the Adult School as a child care monitor while attending and completing the Para-Professional Program and receiving her Certificate of Completion. Kim has also worked for the Boys And Girls Club of Napa Valley as a Youth Development Professional. She loves her job and likes helping make a change in the community
Presley completed her BA degree in Sociology from the University of Southern California in 2011. Presley immediately began a desk job after college graduation and quickly realized this was not the career path for her. She knew she wanted to be impacting lives and making a positive difference in the community around her. She was a competitive swimmer all through her college years and it is her background in athletics that drove her into the teaching profession -- she enjoys team like environments and inspiring those around her to be the best possible versions of themselves. Her love for motivating others coupled with her desire to lead pushed her to go back to school and earn her Master of Arts in Education and a California Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. Presley taught elementary school in Napa before the birth of her twin sons in 2016. When her twins were born her daughter was a young 15 months old -- making her a mother to three children under the age of 2! Presley identifies with the SPACE Program as not only a teacher, but a mother too. She loves divulging into all facets of parenting and supporting other parents through the journey of parenthood. The program philosophy and mission encompasses her beliefs as an educator and she is thrilled to not only teach within the program, but to also have her children participate in classes -- in her eyes it truly is the best of both worlds! here to add text.