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Pebbles Staff

Dear Parent/Guardian,

Your child's Christian education is important to us, so at Pebbles we're proud to say that each teacher is highly trained, motivated, faithful, and very professional.  We believe that we are laying the foundation for your child's future academic, social, and spiritual success by teaching in a loving and nurturing environment, where each child feels unique and loved.  We also provide on-going training and teacher assessments to ensure your child receives nothing but the best from our staff and teachers.

Call us at (775) 355.7888 and schedule your personal tour today.  Come and see for yourself how passionate we are as a team of dedicated teachers and leaders.  We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Miss Shanda
Center Director

Pebbles Center Director

Miss Shanda moved from Sacramento to Reno in October 2015 to be closer to her family.  Miss Shanda is married and has five children, ages 8 years to 30 years old, four dogs and three cats. She served as the Early Childhood Director and Special Needs Director at her church in Sacramento, as well as a pre-k teacher.  Miss Shanda also serves on staff as the Kidzrock Director, which includes preparation and oversight of our Sunday Children's Program.  In her spare time, you will find her baking, reading, crafting, and spending time with her family.

Pebbles Business Director

Lauren is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno with a degree in Business Management.  She is the Business Manager, overseeing Pebbles Preschool and the church. She feels honored using her education and her passion to see the ministry thrive!  She and her husband Cody have been citizens of the|rock church for 10 years and are looking forward to the many exciting plans ahead.  Cody also plays drums on the music team.  Both Lauren and Cody are involved in various ministries within the church.

Lauren loves to cook, and Cody loves to eat her cooking!  They love to camp and spend time with family and friends.

 

 

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