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Tayler Ginn, ECDS

Tayler graduated from Brigham Young University in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree. She joined the MKSA team because she wanted to help children reach their full potential in a  safe learning environment. Tayler is very good at bringing energy and joy into the classroom. She loves getting her students engaged in activities to truly help them learn. She has a knack for communication and understanding others. She strives to help others be the best they can be. Tayler has worked with children for over five years. During that time she has taken additional courses to better understand behavioral and cognitive processes. She is passionate about serving others and loves meeting new people. She especially loves hearing their stories. In her free time, Tayler is a youth teacher at her local church. She also enjoys working out, reading, spending time with her family, and watching Netflix. If Tayler could have one superpower, she would be omnilingual – The ability to speak and understand all languages so she could talk to anyone.

Whitney Gregg, Lead ECDT

Whitney attended Arkansas State University for four years before transferring to the University of Arkansas in Little Rock and changing her major to health education. Whitney has a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Education and a Promotion Minor in Exercise Science. Whitney completed an internship at MKSA in 2015 and fell in love with the children we serve, so she came back to work with us after she graduated! Whitney has a knack for diversifying lesson plans in order to meet children’s individual needs. Personally, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking and volunteering. When asked what super-human power she would possess, if possible, Whitney said it would be the ability to fly, so that she could spend every weekend on the beach!

Amanda Milton, Lead ECDT

Amanda is married with five children. Her love for working with children with special needs brought her to MKSA. She is known for being a hard worker and always willing to learn. She is a loving mother and caregiver. Amanda enjoys her job and seeing the children at MKSA every day. She is passionate about doing her job well. She is currently working on her Child Developmental Associate credential. In her personal time, she loves to give praise to the Lord and she likes to bake. If she could possess one super-human power, it would be the ability to be Super Mom, because there just aren’t enough hours in each day!

Kailey Luster, ECDS

Kailey is the Early Childhood Developmental Specialist in room 8. She graduated from Arkansas
Northeastern College with an Associate’s Degree and Arkansas State University, in 2012, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in education, social work and sociology. She has developed a desire for igniting imaginations here at Miracle Kids Success Academy. It excites her to see children interacting positively, using nice manners and seeing the progress each child has made. She provides stability, structure and positive guidance to the classroom. In her free time, church is really
important to her. She also enjoys being outdoors, shopping and cooking. She volunteers at church
activities, including missions trips, and Down’s Syndrome Awareness events. She is also always willing to lend a helping hand with events attended by Miracle Kids, for which we are truly grateful!

Brittany Robinson, ECDS

Brittany obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Arkansas State University in August, 2017. She had always loved working with children with special needs, which brought her to Miracle Kids. She is known for her acceptance, organizatinal skills and calm, easy-going manner with the kids she works with. In her personal life, she enjoys spending time with family, being outside and cooking. If she could possess one super-human power, she said it would be the ability to read minds because she would love to know what goes on in kids’ heads!

Courtney Sloan, ECDS

Courtney is the Early Childhood Developmental Specialist in room 9. She is married with a beautiful baby girl! She graduated from the University of Arkansas in December, 2009, with a Bachelor’s in Human Environmental Science with a concentration in Child Development. She began working at Miracle Kids Success Academy as a teacher right after college graduation. Courtney has a strong compassion for
children and always wanted to be a teacher. She can recall spending hours upon hours pretending to be a teacher when she was a child. In her spare time, she loves to spend time in the kitchen cooking. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and their dog at the lake.

Courtney has received special training in Handle With Care (HWC) to be a HWC trainer. HWC is a world renown leader in crisis intervention and behavior management training.  HWC has earned an international reputation for teaching the safest and most powerful verbal and physical intervention methods in the history of the industry for many types of human service industries, including nursery and elementary schools and special education and community programs.aint).

Kathy Sullivan, ECDS

Kathy is the Early Childhood Developmental Specialist in Room 11. She graduated from Arkansas State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education in 2010. She has been employed with Miracle Kids Success Academy since October 2010 and has worked with many age groups. She is currently one of our preschool teachers. Kathy is known for her ability to prepare children for Kindergarten by teaching them structure, routines, and self-help skills. She loves the looks kids give her when they accomplish something; their excitement makes her happy. She is married with two children. In her spare time, Kathy likes to spend time with her family, going to the lake and riding fo

Amanda Glover, ECDS

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