Sheri Weldy 719 LaValle St. 
Reedsburg, WI 53959   

(608) 524-0687 sjweld@rucls.net 

 

Personal Statement  


I bring 13 years of direct Early Childhood Education experience to the table along with many years of life experience.  I have a genuine passion for connecting with and caring for children.  I believe children learn best as they play.  To help your child enjoy happy and successful early childhood years, I observe and assess each child's skills, likes and dislikes, and plan fun play activities to help him/her build and develop new and existing skills. 

  

Skills  


  • Experience with WMELS (Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards)
  • Conduct child assessments, set individualized child goals and follow outcomes and assembled child portfolios
  • Strong play-based learning background
  • Experience with all age groups while running family daycare
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of child development
  • Possess strong belief every child is capable of learning

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Education And Training  
Degrees:

  • Associates in Early Childhood, Specializing in Children with Special needs, Rasmussen College, Graduated June, 2014 with a 4.0 GPA
  • Early Childhood Assistant, Blackhawk Technical College, Beloit, WI (Degree-5/20/1984) 3.4 GPA 
Training:

  • Intentional Teaching: Assessments, Portfolios, and Curriculum (10/15/2011)
  • AED - Automated External Defibrillator and Infant CPR
  • Fundamentals of Infant Toddler Care (12/20/2011)
  • Fundamentals of Family Child Care (12/20/2010)
  • Shaken Baby Syndrome and SIDS (5/20/2008)
  • Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards (12/14/2013)
  • Ages and Stages (5/17/2014)

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Relevant Work Experience 
 
Loving Care Daycare and Preschool  719 LaValle St. Reedsburg, WI 53959  608 524 0687                                                                                                   

06/2004-current

  • Worked 50-60 hours a week while in college maintaining a 4.0 GPA at Rasmussen College
  • Complete child assessments, individual outcomes & portfolios
  • Plan and carry out educational activities for all ages
  • Plan and prepare nutritional meals and snacks in accordance with 4C’s Federal Food Program
  • Budget income and expenses, showing a profit for all 13 years
  • Manage invoicing
  • Child advocate

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KinderCare Inc. 3327 E Milwaukee St. Janesville, WI 53546 608 755 9970                            1986-1988

  • Lead Teacher 3 year olds
  • ­Organized schedule of room
  • Planned educational activities
  • Apply Core Knowledge to teaching by assessing children and setting individual goals
  • Follow Best Practice, being aware of each child’s abilities and planning for them individually
  • Responsible for classroom management

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The Academy of Smaller Scholars 413 Allen St. Copperas Cove, TX 76522 787-547-1375  9/1985-5/1986

  • Lead Teacher 4 year olds
  • Promoted to daytime Lead Teacher of 4 year olds after 2 months of employment by request of parents of the children
  • Planned and carried out educational curriculum
  • Demonstrated an understanding of child development by planning age appropriate                         activities
  • Explored each child as an individual capable of learning; set goals and tracked child outcomes
  • Display an awareness and acceptance of cultural diversity through stories, pictures and dramatic play

Awards 
 
  • Level 12 on The National Registry
  • Family daycare rated 5 stars under the YoungStar rating system for the past 3 years.
  • Dean's List (4.0 GPA) every term at Rasmussen College/Early Childhood Education w/specialization in Children with Special Needs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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