Meet Our Teachers

The George School Children’s Center faculty is dedicated to helping very young learners grow and explore their world and themselves. Our teachers, many of whom have taught at the center for a long time, share a passion for working with young children and, thanks to a low student-teacher ratio, develop close bonds with and a keen understanding of each youngster in their care.

We invite you to come for an admission tour so you can meet these caring individuals in person and see if they are the right teachers, mentors, guides, coaches, and inspiration for your child.

Pamela McCullough
Director of Children’s Center
BS Millersville University of Pennsylvania
MS Cairn University
PhD Capella University

“I have formed lifelong relationships with many of my students. There is no better experience than bumping into a young adult who smiles and greets me by name. While I stand there trying to figure out who they are, they start regaling me with stories of our experiences together—turning over rocks and finding bugs, following animal tracks in the snowy field, rolling down the hill, collecting sticks, balancing on a fallen tree, or simply sitting together reading a book. These brief interludes often end with a hug, and I leave knowing I have had the privilege of touching a child’s life forever.”

Linda Caldwell
Pre-K Assistant Teacher
Preschool Child Development Associate Credential

“Having worked in childcare for 39 years, including owning and operating a small family-run daycare, I chose George School because of its friendly environment and the love shown to the children here. I especially enjoy watching the excitement in a child’s face when they learn something new and believe that children learn best when they are learning through play.”


Rachel Gramlich
Older Toddler Assistant Teacher
AA Bucks County Community College

“Growing up and observing past teachers has inspired me to want to be a teacher myself. The tenderness and patience the teachers have had with me are traits I admire and use every day. I hope to lead the children down a path of success.”



Cynthia Hainsworth
Young Toddler Assistant Teacher
Preschool Child Development Associate Credential

“Working at the George School Children’s Center is wonderful. Since I assist in all four classrooms, I enjoy getting to know all the children, helping them to learn, and watching them grow throughout the year. The beautiful campus offers many opportunities for the children to explore and play.”


Taylor Johnson
Young Toddler Lead Teacher
AA Bucks County Community College

“I always knew I wanted to work with kids and coming to the George School Children’s Center was like coming home, a place where colleagues and families make you feel welcome and appreciated. GSCC is a very hands-on environment. I look forward to learning and growing with the children each and every day.”


Rebecca Jones
Older Toddler Assistant Teacher
Preschool Child Development Associate Credential

“From an early age, I knew I always wanted to work with children. They have such great energy. There is no limit to their imagination and they see the world in a great way. I like to encourage their individualism and I like to teach them about their importance in the George School community and beyond. Over the years, the Children’s Center and George School itself have become like a second home to me.”


Gail Kibler
Infant Assistant Teacher
BS from Mansfield University

“Throughout the years, I have taught many children, including toddlers, PreK and Kindergarten children. Before coming to George School, I made the switch to caring for infants. George School has wonderful, outside nature playgrounds for the infants to explore. Inside the classroom, we play and use our large and small motor skills. From fingerpainting, reading books, singing songs, rolling balls and other activities, we help the children develop the skills they use every day. I love to see the infants laugh and enjoy themselves and it is wonderful to communicate with parents about their day!”

Susy Lake
Young Toddler Assistant Teacher
Infant Toddler Child Development Associate Credential
Preschool Child Development Associate Credential

“Since high school, I have had a passion for working with young children. When I came to the Children’s Center, I started as a Pre-K teacher but returned to teach young toddlers after having my own children. Over the years, I’ve seen numerous infants later stroll by as high school students. I admire how the center encourages hands-on learning, rather than sitting at a table with worksheets, and look forward to watching each child’s excitement when they achieve something and proudly show you.”

Ann McAtee
Pre-K Assistant Teacher
BS West Chester University

“Teaching young children has been a passion of mine for nearly thirty years. Over the course of my career, I have enjoyed opportunities to connect with many little minds, all of whom hold a special place in my heart. I am honored to be a part of the George School Community, and I look forward to experiencing wonderful and adventurous times with each and every child.”


Stephanie Nutter
Pre-K Lead Teacher
AA Bucks County Community College

“Being part of a program that allows children to lead their learning on a campus full of opportunities for exploration is part of the reason I came back to the Children’s Center. In my twenty-two years of teaching in early childhood settings, there is no other program that embraces the whole child on a campus where they can connect with nature.”


Sherri Schechner
Infant Assistant Teacher
BA Kean College of New Jersey

“The GSCC represents quality learning, support, and a diverse community. In my 20-plus years of early childhood instruction, I have taught preschool and all-day kindergarten. Now I am enjoying the different challenges of working in the infant room, where I get to be a part of children’s first milestones and help nurture, guide, and LOVE them.”


Susan Selby
Assistant Teacher / Floater
AA University of Phoenix

“After having the experience of teaching overseas for 5 years, and spending over a decade working as a nanny here in Bucks County, I am so excited to bring both of those passions (teaching, and a love of children) together here in an Assistant Teacher’s role at the George School Children’s Center. There are few things that have brought as much reward and meaning to my life as the privilege of helping a child grow and learn. Showing them kindness, offering them affirmation and encouragement, providing moments of laughter and fun are all part of each day. I go home at the end of the day with the hope that all of those little things have made a difference in their lives, and in the world!”

Dorothy Rogers
Infant Lead Teacher
BS Gwynedd Mercy University

“I have been working with children for over ten years and most of the age groups I have worked with are ages three months to five years old. I look forward to ensuring success, displaying a gentle and nurturing personality, and the patience to assist each infant to mature cognitively. I will be able to assist in developing the infants’ social skills as they interact with each other and I cannot wait to play a part in the infants’ milestones and give them all the love and support they will need on their journey.”

Moriah Tamburello
Pre-K Assistant Teacher
Preschool Child Development Associate Credential

“I want to have a positive impact on young lives, and GSCC is one of the best environments to do so. It has not only allowed me to help enrich children’s lives, but has also enriched my own with new experiences, knowledge, and friendships.”



Karen Varian
Older Toddler Lead Teacher
Infant Toddler Child Development Associate Credential

“Being part of the George School community has been a wonderful journey. Playing with and teaching many exciting young children (and their families) and working alongside my co-workers has made it a fun learning experience. I look forward to our morning walks when we can witness each season on our beautiful campus—and see the horses.”