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Our Staff

My Angel’s Playhouse Early Learning Childcare Center LLC (M.A.P.) ultimate vision for our facility is to be consistent in producing the best developmental appropriate practices opportunities for children and families. Our staff truly love children and want to make an impact in their educational, social, emotional, and physical development. M.A.P. provides superior care by developing relationships for long term with staff, parents, children, and the community. Our ultimate goal is to make a positive impact on the lives of children and their families. We want to create a strong foundation to build upon in order for children to become productive members of the community, and by keeping up a strong relationship with the community.
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Patricia Eubanks
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DIRECTOR

In April 2006, Mrs. Eubanks became the owner of My Angel’s Playhouse Early Learning Childcare Center, LLC as a certified home childcare provider. Mrs. Eubanks philosophy is a simple one that embraces the ideals that children should experience learning and be welcomed into a loving, warm environment with a structured routine as well as experience hands-on activities through play and discovery within their community.

Since becoming an owner of a new location Mrs. Eubanks has completely redesigned and renovated the facility to update the center, as well as adding a school-age program.

 

The ultimate vision of the program is to structure and promote Kindergarten readiness, as well as parent, community and family involvement with each child and also promotes self-help skills for the children to develop their individuality.

Melissa Holley

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

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Melissa has been working with My Angel’s Playhouse for more than fifteen years. She was born and raised in Pennsauken, New Jersey. In 2019, and graduated from Rider University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Mathematics.

Melissa is a mother of two energetic children, Messiah and Solaya. She also loves to travel and see new places around the world.

 

As an assistant director her role is to make decisions with the best interest of your child in mind. She provides a welcoming, positive, and fair environment where each child can learn from one another. Each child will also feel safe and comfortable to take risks and share their thoughts and ideas. Melissa believes that children learn best when they can relate learning materials to meaningful experiences, such as life outside of school, experiences with family, relatives, and culture; and emphasizes this throughout all her work. 

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