MDCC Team

Meet our team of highly qualified teachers and staff that is committed to working with your child for the best educational and personal outcome.

Flavia McDowell

Flavia McDowell

Director - MDCC

Amy Davis

Amy Davis

Assistant Director

Sarah Parsons

Sarah Parsons

Curriculum Director

Alicia Carr

Alicia Carr

Beginners Teacher

(6 weeks – 6 months)

Asia Collett

Asia Collett

Beginners Teacher

(6 weeks – 6 months)

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Schawanna Noel

Schawanna Noel

Beginners Teacher

(6 weeks – 6 months)

Veronica Sauceda

Veronica Sauceda

Beginners Pod

(6 – 8 months)

Sabrina Collado

Sabrina Collado

Wobblers Teacher

(8 months – 12 months)

Yamilka Aguilar

Yamilka Aguilar

Wobblers Teacher

(8 months – 12 months)

Leslie Cortes

Leslie Cortes

Cruisers Teacher

(12 months – 18 months)

Zulay Palacios

Zulay Palacios

Cruisers Teacher

(12 months – 18 months)

Keesha Jefferson

Keesha Jefferson

Explorers Teacher

(18 months – 24 months)

Emily Luna

Emily Luna

Explorers Teacher

(18 months – 24 months)

Altanisha Mathis

Altanisha Mathis

2-Year-Old Teacher

(2 years – 3 years)

Kimberly Martinez

Kimberly Martinez

2-Year-Old Teacher

(2 years – 3 years)

Estefany Murillo-Bramwell

Estefany Murillo-Bramwell

Preschool Teacher

(3 years to 5 years)

Samantha Rocha

Samantha Rocha

Preschool Teacher

(3 years – 5 years)

Anjeanette Scroggins

Anjeanette Scroggins

Floater

(Floater)

Liliana Mosqueda

Liliana Mosqueda

Floater

(Floater)

Takesha Williams

Takesha Williams

Floater

(Floater)

Kyla Smith

Kyla Smith

Substitute

(Substitute)

Our Mission

Our mission is to help children develop the skills necessary to solve problems in the real world and foster each child’s innate curiosity and joy of discovery, while exposing their minds to Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (S.T.E.A.M.) concepts through play.

Come Visit Us

Although we’re not their mothers, we care for them each day.
We cuddle sing and read to them, and watch them as they play.
We see each new accomplishment, and help them grow and learn.
We understand their language, and listen with concern.
They come to us for comfort, and we wipe away their tears.
They proudly show their work, we give the loudest cheers.
We are not their mothers, but our roles are just as strong.
We nurture them and keep them safe, though maybe not for long.
We know someday the time may come, when we will have to part.
But we know each child we’ve cared for, is forever in our hearts!

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