Staff

Liberty Park Director: Amanda Sutliff Amanda

Ms.Amanda is the Liberty Park Director. She is in the process of obtaining her Bachelors in Early Childhood Education as well as continuing in community classes and programs to keep up on the latest  in the early childhood world. A transplant to Salt Lake from Miami, she has found her place in Sugarhouse and loves the community around her. A dog lover and avid road tripper, she has crossed the country 9 times in total so far, each time finding a new place to explore.

“Working at St. Johns has assured me that I have found my calling in the education world, interacting with and teaching children add so much to my days, I know that I am where I am supposed to be.” Her classroom is filled with songs and dance as they explore the Reggio and Creative Curriculum’s, adding fun to the Dragonflies education and development as they are introduced to new things in their world.

Liberty Park Camp Counselor/After-School, Ms. Jessica

Bio and photo to come

Sugarhouse Director:  Polly SilvaPolly

My name is Polly Silva and I am so excited to be apart of St. Johns.

I have been in early childhood for seven years. I’ve taught from infant to kindergarten. Early Childhood is a passion of mine and I love what I do.

I have a Bachelors in Family Consumer Science with an emphasis in Early Childhood. I am currently married to the man of my dreams. We met each other in Japan and have two beautiful children,

Our family motto is,” We may not have it all together but, together we have it all.” I feel that is something that can be applied in all stages in life and especially Early Childhood. Sometimes life can get messy and nothing is perfect. But if we can come together and work as team we can have it all.

I am so grateful for the opportunity to be apart of St. Johns family.

Sugarhouse Camp Counselor/After-School: Ms. Aleia 

Photo and Bio to come

 

chaney Camp Wild-Life/ St. John’s CCDC  Executive Director, Chaney Zinn          chaney@stjohnsccdc.org

I am lucky to have been given this opportunity because it has allowed me to have a job that has true rewards attached to it.  To see the differences you can make in a young child’s life is truly a gift.

I started Camp Wild~Life  years ago when I saw a need for a quality childcare program for school-age students. I knew we needed to keep them busy and I couldn’t think of a better way to accomplish this then to expose them to everything Utah has to offer.

I have a passion for the environment and a love for the outdoors. It is my hope that we inspire a love for exploration, conservation, and wilderness in our young Utahans.

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