EARLY LEARNING ACADEMY

KIDZ SCHOOLHOUSE

A place where children can LEARN, PLAY, and GROW

About Our Founder

Ms. Laheta Williams

Owner, Preschool, & After School Teacher

Ms. Laheta Williams started out by looking after kids while she was still attending school. Now, she has more than 30 years of experience in the field of childcare. Of the 30 years, 15 were spent on early childhood care.

Ms. Williams is taking online classes to receive her BA in Early Childhood Education and Business Administration. Upon receiving her Bachelor’s Degree, she intends to get her MA in Child Development.

About Our Staff

Ms. Charlyn Blackett

Infant & Toddler Assistant Provider

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Ms. Uju Motanya

Young Toddler Teacher

Hello! My name is Uju Motanya and Welcome to my class.  I am the Young Toddler Teacher.  I teach children ages 1 to 2 years old.  I have enjoyed working with children of all ages for the past 5 years.  I love being able to be a part of a child's development especially during this crucial time.  I am from Atlanta, GA and I have a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Georgia State University.  I am interested in Early Childhood Education and how I can help create a curriculum that will be mentally stimulating and challenging to help a child grow in this early stage.  My aim is to foster a nurturing atmosphere where the child can feel free to explore and discover new things.  I believe what a child learns now will certainly make a lasting impact on them for the rest of their life and so I take great care of them with much patience, love, and consideration.

Our Mission

  • To provide the highest quality of child care for infants to school-age children.
  • To encourage our children to love learning and to become life-long learners.
  • To provide each child with the one-on-one attention they need to succeed.
  • To enhance our infants' and toddlers' developmental milestones.
  • To prepare our preschool children for the first grade.
  • To assure that our school-age children receive the highest academic achievements.
  • To make learning fun by employing a hands-on approach to teaching