Angela Snyder









Associate Vice President

Angela has been in the field of Early Childhood Education for twenty years. Angela began as a Teaching Assistant and continued her professional growth in administration. She is currently finishing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Liberty University. She is married and has two amazing daughters.
“I love what I do! Working with children, parents and staff is truly satisfying and rewarding”.


Brandy Wood










Team Lead

Ms. Brandy Wood was a Teaching Assistant for the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind in Staunton, VA for five years. Additionally, Ms. Brandy is fluent in American Sign Language and is knowledgeable in multiple childhood disabilities and special education. She has successfully completed the Parapro Assessment Test and has been in the field of Early Childhood Education for over 12 years. She is currently pursuing her Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education.

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Janeka Rsheed- (Ms. Nikki)

Teacher Assistant, Caspians/Buckskins



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Ca’Cheris Washington- (Ms. CC)

Lead Teacher, Buckskins


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Robin Figueiredo- (Ms. Robin)

Lead Teacher, Polos



Nakisha Witts- (Ms. Kisha)

Lead Teacher, Falabellas

Hi! My name is Nakisha Witts but the children call me Ms. Kisha. I am continuing my education with the University of Phoenix, majoring in Human Services. I have worked with children for over 14 years. Knowing the parents trust me with their children’s learning experience is an honor. Nothing warms my heart more than knowing that I have a major impact on the

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Niyoka Rhames- (Ms. Nikki)

Lead Teacher, Chickasaws

Hi! My name is Niyoka Rhames but I go by Ms. Nikki! I’m a graduate of Old Dominion University majoring in Human Services. I’ve been working with children for over 13 years. I believe that children are amazing little individuals. I enjoy watching them grow and learn new things. The highlight of my day would be seeing them apply that knowledge in new situations! It’s such an amazing feeling when you know you have helped a child learn something new. I also believe that children are the future and I consider it an honor to be able to work with great young people.




Rebeca Claiborne- (Ms. Rebeca)

Lead Teacher, Doles

Ms. Rebeca Claiborne graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language and Hearing Pathology and Special Education. She has gained extensive knowledge in serving individuals having developmental, intellectual, emotional, and communication disabilities and disorders. Prior to joining the staff, Ms. Claiborne worked as a home family care provider for over two years and was employed through the Hampton Department of Social Services.



Krystle Galloway- (Ms. Krystle)

Lead Teacher, Mustangs




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Narcissus Lewis- (Ms. Peaches)