Staff

Miss Robyn
Miss Robyn is our Director and Three-Year Old teacher.  She is a graduate of Kean University in 2004.  She received her BA degree in Early Childhood Elementary Education, P-3 and Psychology.  She was a Kindergarten teacher in the Watchung school system, and has currently been part of the Small World staff for 8 years.  Miss Robyn lives in South Plainfield with her daughter, Shayna.  

"Every day is an adventure and a learning experience teaching 3-year olds."

Miss Heide
Miss Heide is our Pre-Kindergarten teacher.  She is a graduate of Kean University in 1969 and received her B.A. degree in Elementary Education, with a psychology minor, as well as a certification for Nursery School.  She worked in the Edison school district as a fourth grade teacher, and since 1988 she has been teaching preschool.  She has been a part of the Small World staff for 7 years.  Miss Heide lives in South Plainfield, has three married daughters and 5 grandchildren.  

She says that "working with preschoolers is always fun and exciting every day."

Miss Kyesha
Miss Kyesha is our toddler teacher. She has been part of A Small World staff for 4 years. She has furthered her education by taking many early childhood workshops.

"I love working with children of all ages."

Miss Lisa
Miss Lisa is our afternoon teacher.

"I love working with children of all ages."

Miss Jenny

Miss Jenny is our infant teacher. She has been part of the Small World staff for three years. Miss Jenny treats every child equally. She enjoys coming into work everyday teaching and interacting with the children.

"The smiles I see on my children's faces makes my job worth it."

Mr. Dave

Mr. Dave has been the owner of A Small World Preschool since 1998. His school serves children from infancy until five years of age. He resides in South Plainfield where he grew up and attended the South Plainfield school system. He is proud to continue to serve the community of South Plainfield with his unique, family-oriented school. He invites you to visit our school.  

You will be see that "good things come in small packages."