Deb Goodwin, Director/Teacher graduated from Highland Community College and attended Emporia State University for Early Childhood. Deb has 30 years experience in the Childcare and Education field. She has been employed with Lollipop Lane since 1997. Deb lives in Whiting with her husband and has a married daughter.
Melissa Plowman, Teacher’s Aide,
has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing but has taught and worked with children for many years. Melissa
has served on the Lollipop Lane School Board as the Tuition Secretary, Chairperson, and on the Advisory Committee. She has helped with classes, activities, programs, and class parties for several years as a parent and as the substitute teacher. Melissa lives on a farm just north of Holton with her husband and 2 daughters.
About Our School
In 1972, a group of mothers met for the purpose of establishing a pre-school for children in Holton, and the surrounding communities. Lollipop Lane Preschool provides children a group experience in which they may become aware of and appreciate the world around them. They are given an opportunity to learn, to share and cooperate with their classmates. The curriculum is based upon the skills that need to be mastered before entering kindergarten. The pre-school is located in the First United Methodist Church at 1401 W 4th in Holton. Students and parents may enter from the southeast doors
Board of Directors
Lollipop Lane Inc. is managed by a five member, VOLUNTEER, Board of Directors. Parents of past, present or future Lollipop Lane students are eligible to run for the board. Board members serve a two year term. They are rotated yearly by two positions rolling off one year; and three the next. Board positions are as follows:
Public Relations Secretary
Lollipop Lane Inc. By-Laws state:
New Board members must take the positions of Tuition Secretary and Treasurer. (This allows members on the Board at all times that have experience with these two positions to help the incoming persons in these positions.)
Perks of running for the Board!
Your child’s spot is reserved at preschool the year you run.
You help make decisions about your child’s first early education opportunities.
Once a month you get a night out to visit with other preschool parents.
Questions or Concerns?