Kalie Miles, Director
Ms. Kalie is thrilled when she gets to witness enthusiastic, imaginative, creative lay unfold alongside the wonder of discovery. Ms. Kalie is dedicated to creating an environment where each child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported and challenged. Ms. Kalie joined us in Fall of 2014 and started off as a toddler teacher before moving into the kitchen as head cook. In October of 2021 she became the director. She and her husband moved from South Dakota, and have lived in Pinedale since 2011. Kalie and her husband two kids, a daughter and a son.
Maddie Clark, Assistant Director and Head Cook
Ms. Maddie brings years of experience of working with preschool-school age children. She supports the whole child approach to learning, teaching, and community engagement through her work in the kitchen. She moved to Pinedale in October of 2021 and has been working with the CDC since November of 2021 as the Head Cook and Assistant Director. She has 5 amazing daughters, 4 wonderful son-in-laws, and 7 precious grandchildren.
Abi Moreno, Pre-K Teacher
Ms. Abi has a huge passion about working with children! She is a Wyoming native. She started at the CDC in November of 2020 as the teacher assistant and moved to the Pre-K teacher position in September of 2021. She is excited to be here to teach and watch kids grow.
Tina Hiatt, Preschool Teacher
Ms. Tina was born and raised in Halloween Town (Saint Helens, Oregon) and moved to Pinedale in August of 2021. Teaching has always been a passion, and she is excited to get to teach children at the CDC. She has worked with children in various settings over the past 5 years.
Natalie Donley, Toddler Teacher
Ms. Natalie understands how important it is for children to have a good foundation that will help them succeed later in life. She was born and raised in Wyoming. She started in February 2022. She enjoys working with little one because they bring her so much joy in return.
Sydney Jensen, Teacher Assistant
Ms. Sydney is a Pinedale native. She brings great energy to the school and is very involved with the kids. She started at the CDC in May of 2022. She says, "the best part of being a teacher assistant is that she gets to help out with all the age groups daily and can be a kid herself".