Hadley has been at IndiKids since the age of three months, and although I can share that each of her teachers has had a special place in our hearts Miss Sue and Miss Jessie have been with Hadley the longest and most recent.
Miss Sue and Miss Jessie take the extra time to get to know your child and treat them like their own and become another member of your family, which helps ease many of our worries.
Miss Sue and Miss Jessie also try to inspire the kids to exercise kindness and learn concepts such as giving back.
For instance, my daughter was diagnosed with Juvenile Arthritis at the age of two. Last year and again this year, Miss Sue and Miss Jessie, coordinated a Bike-a-Thon to raise money for our team with the Walk to Cure Arthritis Pittsburgh. They didn’t stop there.
Miss Sue and Miss Jessie, invited Hadley to lead a discussion to help educate the other children in her class what it means to have JIA.
Hadley and I have also read stories about the disease and taught some relaxational yoga/stretching techniques to help shed more awareness on JIA.
Miss Sue and Miss Jessie, certainly teach the ABC’s and 123’s, but their lessons on philanthropy, thoughtfulness, and caring gives me hope for the future.
We are blessed to have Miss Sue and Miss Jessie in our lives.
Sara, Hadley’s mom