Earrie has been in Early Childhood Education for over 25 years. She has four children and 6 grandchildren whom she loves dearly. She opened a daycare 25 years ago so she could spend more time with her family. She can always been found singing and dancing with the children and helping out wherever needed. On the weekends she volunteers at her church and has a passion for helping others.
Andrew was born and raised right here in Calgary, Alberta. He has been coaching youth soccer through South West United for the past 5 years. He was also an at home dad for 4 years. During this time Andrew found his true calling - helping and teaching children! He has started his journey to gain more certifications, training, and knowledge through the Of the Wild/Wee Wild Ones organization. Andrew still enjoys childhood past times such as comics, superheroes, video games and sports. He is young at heart and has a huge imagination - making him a perfect fit here at Of the Wild.
Saly is a part time student working towards her degree in Social Work with a focus on Child Welfare at the University of Calgary. Her passion for Early Childhood Development comes from growing up in a big family of seven siblings. Saly has worked in childcare for 5 years and volunteers at Inn From the Cold on the weekends. You can always find Saly singing songs in the Blossoms room and reading stories to the Willows class. During her spare time she enjoys reading by the Bow River, biking along Inglewood and visiting the Farmers Market for handmade crafts.
Stephanie has been with us for three years as a dedicated member of our team. Her love for life and laughter has enriched the lives of the children she teaches. Her creativity inspires everyone in our centre, as her students create beautiful pieces of art that is enjoyed by everyone who comes to Wee Wild Ones.
Lorelie is from the Philippines with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She travelled to Europe for an immersion program to learn the language and culture of different countries, including Norway, Netherlands and Belgium. Overseas she worked with numerous different families helping to educate their children and teach english. She moved to Calgary to work as a live in caregiver where she was able to teach literacy and numeracy and continue her passion of working with children. Lorelie loves arts and crafts and reading to children of all ages. She loves keeping up with current events and following financial stocks. She loves nature and exploring new areas in Calgary.