Beverly was born and raised right here in the South Peace River District. She feels fortunate to live on her grandparents' homestead with her husband. Beverly has been working with children and their families, in the field of Early Childhood Education since 1998. She is an ‘Auntie’ to many and now a Great Auntie! Over the years Beverly has worked with children ranging from 6 months to 6 years. She has both of citations in Infant/Toddler and Special Needs Education. Beverly has also been very fortunate to learn from and work with many therapists that specialize in working with young children (Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech & Language Pathologists) and has completed various workshops such as First Aid, Food Safe, Sleep Facts for Children, Basic Baby Sign Language, and the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program.
Beverly is very passionate and committed to working with children and their families. She feels very privileged to teach and care for the growth and development of infants and toddlers that attend the Dawson Creek Veterinary Clinic Infant Toddler Daycare. She values spending time with her family, close friends, and her pets…fishing, rafting, camping, driving recreational off-road vehicles and really doing anything that takes her back to nature, with those she loves.
Sarah lives in Dawson Creek with her husband and two children Isabel and Linden. When they are not working or in school, Sarah’s’ family loves to be outdoors hunting, fishing, camping or working on the farm. They have 1 dog, 5 cats, 3 cows, a horse, a bunch rabbits and chickens.
As a parent and an educator it is important to her to develop a strong, trusting, positive relationship with the child that encourages them to use their sense of imagination and unleash their creativity. When the day is done Sarah’s’ wish is for the child to go home talking about all the fun and excitement they experienced that day and to be excited to return back the next day. She wants their experiences to be valuable, positive and something that they remember their entire lives. Having an environment where they can flourish, explore and grow encourages them to be themselves.