our staff

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  • Debbie Frazier, Director

    Mrs. Frazier has worked in the Early Childhood Education field for over 30 years. She has been with Greene Street Daycare and Preschool since 1997. She worked at the YMCA for 13 years prior. She is a member of NAEYC which is a national organization for young children, and was the distinguished recipient of the 2013 Director of the Year Award. Debbie also serves on the Advisory Council at Upper Valley J.V.S., and has completed the Developing Early Childhood Leaders training. In her spare time she enjoys her family, friends and grandchildren. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be a part of God's little miracles.  

  • Kathy love, Assistant director

    Mrs. Love has been in childcare for over 30 years. She started at Greene Street Daycare and Preschool in 1993. Prior to Greene Street, she taught at Troy Christian for 10 years. She has been married to her best friend, a man of God, for 40 years. She is the mother of 3 sons and a nana of 9 grandchildren. Her life as a servant of God, pastor, childcare asst. director, wife, mother and nana keep her very busy. Her interests are having a love of the Bible, a love of her family and a love for others. She also volunteers at West Central Juvenal Detention Center. 

  • lindsay lambert, CURRICULUM director & pRE-k TEACHER

    Ms. Lindsay has been with Greene Street since 2003. She has her Child Development Associate Certificate (CDA) and has recieved her Associate Degree in Early Childhood Education. "I thank everyone for giving me the opportunity to grow and learn with your child." She has 3 children she loves very much who keep her busy. She loves to read all sorts of stories and spend her time in the garden. Her favorite children author is Dr. Seuss. 

  • Joyce ellerman, PRESCHOOL TEACHER/Bus Driver

    Mrs. Joyce has been at Greene Street since 1994. She leads the school age summer program and completed her Child Development Certificate (CDA) in 2010. She lives in Piqua with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys the outdoors, loves the beach and is a long time soccer mom! "I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to work with children and touch their lives."

  • chris ward, preschool teacher

    Mrs. Chris has been with Greene Street since 2008. Before that she taught for the Piqua City Schools for 14 years. She loves kids! She has been married to her husband Dean for 33 years and has two sons. Chris enjoys spending her free time with family and friends along with boating and relaxing at her place in Indian Lake.

  • Sam Bradley, PRESCHOOL TEACHER, school age program/bus driver

    Miss. Sam has been with Greene Street since January 2016.  She has worked in child care for 2 years.  She lives in Piqua.  Sam has two dogs.  In her free time she listens to podcast and bakes.  

  • amy knapke, INFANT TEACHER

    Mrs. Amy has been with Greene Street since 2013. She is the lead teacher in the infant classroom.  She is a graduate of Piqua High School and is currently working on her CDA teaching certificate.  She is married to her husband, Dan and they have one child together, Leander.  Her family also includes two miniature dachshund dogs.  She enjoys working with children of this age group and finds it to be very rewarding. She likes watching them learn and grow.   On her free time she also enjoys spending time with her husband and son.  She likes to spend her time crocheting and spending time with her family.  Amy enjoys baking cakes and cupcakes as a  Her favorite children's book is "Pete The Cat" and "Wanda & Brun Stetter" books. 

  • Monica holmes, infant teacher

    Mrs. Monica has been working at Greene Street since 2004. She loves this age group and finds her job to be gratifying. She is married with 3 children who are in year round sports, keeps her very busy.  In her down time she likes to garden. 

  • Teresa burnside, Toddler Teacher

    Mrs. Teresa has been working at Greene Street since August of 2017.  She is the lead teacher of the toddler classroom.  She graduated from Lehman high school in Sidney Ohio. She is married to her husband Dave and has three children and five grandchildren. She is a current member of St. Boniface and St. Mary's Parishes.   She loves when the children in the classroom learn something new, how their eyes light up!  She values the heart of a child and how accepting they are of others.  The children always make her smile.  Some of her hobbies include; photograph, card making and enjoying marvel movies. Her favorite children's book is "The Snowy Day" by Ezra Jack Keats.  

  • Linda henry , 3's teacher

    Mrs. Linda started working at Greene Street in September of 2017 in the toddler classroom.  She has since moved to the Three year old classroom. She is a high school graduate from Piqua High School. She is married to Kyle Henry and together they have a set of twin girls. She enjoys camping.  When she is not at work, Linda is actively involved with her church.  

    She enjoys interacting with the children and watching them grow.  He favorite children's book is "Where The Side Walk Ends" by Shel Silverstein.  

  • sherri wright, 3's teacher

    Mrs. Sherri Wright is the lead teacher in the three year old classroom.  She has been with Greene Street, teaching the three year old, since May 2011  She's has worked in the early childhood education field for over 25 years and

    received her Child Development Associate Teaching Certificate (CDA) in 2007. 

    Her favorite part of working with children is, "When I see them learn how to do things on their own for the first time.  They are so proud of themselves and their accomplishments."  Mrs. Sherri also enjoys all of the hugs she receives.

    One of her favorite children's author is Erick Carle.  She enjoys all of the Eric Carle's book series and reads them to her classroom.   

    Sherri has been married for over 30 years to Mr. Kenneth Wright. Together they have a daughter and a son in law that live in Illinois. Instead of any grandchildren, Sherri enjoys her dog, Daisy.  

    In her spare time she likes to read and watch her favorite football/baseball team. She loves the Lord and teaching at her church.  She has learned and incorporates  sign language her classroom and also interprets to the deaf at her church. 

  • Brittany Haver, 4&5 Daycare teacher

    Mrs. Brittany is currently working in the four and five classroom.  She is a graduated of Piqua High School 2010. She is married to Paul Haver and has two boys; Paul and Parker. She enjoys attending church and spending time with her family. Brittan also likes to go shopping and collects bee and elephant figurines.  Outside of work she is involved in her youth group at the church she attends, where they have just become the new youth leaders.  She favorite season is the fall and her favorite holiday is Thanksgiving.  

    Brittany loves the love that kids can show.  She loves seeing how love impacts a child's life.  Her favorite children's book is Dr. Seuss's "Green Eggs and Ham". 

  • Brittnie Waugh, School age program Teacher/Bus Driver

    Mrs. Waugh is a retired nurse of 24 years. She has been married for over 10 years and has 3 dogs. Her family also has 3 beautiful daughters and 2 handsome son in laws; 4 beautiful grand daughters, all of which live out of state.  This makes her feel very fortunate to be spending her days with such enthusiastic and fun young people of Greene Street. "I am thankful every day that God has blessed me with this opportunity!" 

    Mrs. Waugh and her husband enjoy Nascar, camping and fishing. She is passionate and loves nature, cooking and baking.  "I do my best to share Peace, Love, and Blessings." 

  • Kaitlyn Bolton, Substitute Teacher 

    Kaitlyn started working at Greene Street in July of 2017 and has worked in many of the different classrooms.  Currently she is working in the Infant Classroom.  She graduated from Fairlawn Local School System and the Apollo Career Center.  She is currently attending Edison College.  Kaitlyn enjoys reading and drawing very much.  

    She enjoys watching the children experience new things and interacting with them.  She loves to play and talk with the kids.  Her favorite children's book is "Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?" by Bill Martin Jr.

  • Gloria stephens, substitute teacher

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  • jen sherman, Snack coordinator

    Mrs. Jen has been with Greene Street since 2013. She has worked in Children’s Ministry for over 12 years. She is a mom of two boys that she loves very much and they keep her very busy. She enjoys cooking, reading, hiking, spending time with family and friends, and learning new things. “Our children are our future. Thank you for sharing them with us and allowing us to learn and grow with them”

  • Amy Eley, 4&5 Daycare Teacher

    Mrs. Amy has worked at Greene Street since November of 2018.  She is a co-lead teacher of the four and five daycare room and also helps out in some preschool classrooms.  Mrs. Amy also is one of our bus drivers.  She graduated from Arcanum High School and the Miami Valley Career Technology Center.  She is married to her husband Chris and has two girls; Whittney and Ashlynn.  She also has two cats and two dogs.  She enjoys watching the children "sprout as creative thinkers and amazing problem solvers."  She loves to guide and encourage them to believe in themselves.  In her spare time she likes to read, meditate and do many DIY projects.   

  • Taylor Glagola, Toddler Room

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  • Melissa Lawrence, School Age Program Teacher/ Bus Driver

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  • Kyesha McKinnon,

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  • Destiny Osborne, Floater, Substitute

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  • Marissa Soto, toddler room teacher

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  • Karen Spurgon, infant room teacher

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  • Makenzie Ellerman, Substitute teacher

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