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December 2016 Teacher Spotlight

Lisa Reily, Lead Teacher
Bunnies Class, (18 -30 month olds)
 lisaWhen did you start working at The Little Lamb Christian School? “I have worked at The Little Lamb Christian School since November 1999. I began working in the Kitty classroom, then taught in the Lambs classroom and now you can find me in the Bunnies classroom.”
How long have you been working with children? “I began teaching in 1993 when I worked at a church preschool. Then, I went on to be a nanny for a family of three. “
Education: “I graduated from Noblesville High School.”
Tell us about your family: “My husband Brian & I live in Tipton with our four children; Connor, Cathryn, Cayden and Cyle. We also have 2 cats that are a part of the family; Squirt and Berny.”
Hobbies: “I enjoy reading, taking walks & bike rides with the kids and watching movies with my family.”
Favorite Candy: “Plain M&M’s or anything chocolate.”
Favorite Movie: “Disney’s The Little Mermaid and Grownups.”
Favorite Music: “Casting Crowns and Jimmy Buffett”
Tell us something that most people don’t know about you: “I come from a long line of teachers. My mom is a teacher, my dad was a teacher and my grandma was a music teacher.”
Why do you love to work with young children? “I enjoy seeing how each child is different and how they learn differently. I enjoy watching them grow. And it’s fun to be able to play with them.”
What do you enjoy most about working at The Little Lamb Christian School? “I love that we can talk, pray and learn about Jesus here at Little Lamb. I also enjoy the families and other teachers that work here.”
Favorite Bible Verse: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you.” Deuteronomy 31:6

We have been so blessed to have Lisa be part of our Little Lamb Family for the past 17 years. She is an incredible teacher who spends time getting to know each child that comes in her classroom door. Thank you, Lisa, for all that you do!