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RaeShelle Stewart

Center Director

Mrs. Stewart is an early childhood educator who has worked with children for over 15 years. She is a graduate of Wright State University, where she earned her bachelor's in early childhood education. After graduating from college Rae was a stay-at-home mom before embarking on her dream to educate young children. 


Mrs. Stewart was hired to work for Columbus City Schools as a Leveled Literacy Intervention Specialist. In this role, she worked with children who struggled in the areas of reading and writing. She was able to educate, motivate and give students the boost they needed to meet grade-level reading and writing standards. Shortly after, the Columbus City Schools offered her a teaching position, teaching third grade. Here is where she made a quick transition from Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI) Instructor to Teacher. 


Mrs. Stewart has taught third grade, second grade, and kindergarten before embarking on her journey to open and run her own Early Learning Center. She is passionate about education and proud to be making a difference in the lives of young children.