Geri brings over five years of experience in the early childhood education field, most recently teaching at Peddie School’s Yu Child Development Center in the Toddler classroom.  She possesses a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential, a national certification issued by the Council of Professional Recognition.  An avid exercise enthusiast, Geri also has a certification in kinesiology and nutrition.  When Geri is not teaching fitness classes, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends or at the beach.  She lives in Allentown, NJ and has been married to her husband, Adam, for over twenty years. They have two sons Brandon, a 2013 Peddie graduate who is pursuing a business and finance degree at TCNJ and Hunter, who will graduate Allentown High School in 2015 and pursue a degree in engineering at the University of Delaware.  Geri considers working with children and their families the most rewarding job and takes great pleasure in her students' successes and the “I did it!’ moments.

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Geri Sherry 

Sharon has over seventeen years of experience in the early childhood education field and worked with Geri at Peddie School’s Yu Child Development Center in both the Toddler and Preschool classrooms and at other local preschools.  She possesses a Child Development Associate credential (CDA), as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from TCNJ, which makes hands on science her favorite part of the day.  In her spare time she enjoys reading, walking, trips to LBI and spending time with friends and family.  She lives in Hamilton, NJ and has been married to her husband, Rick, for over twenty-eight years.  They have one son, Matt, who recently graduated from Rider University with a degree in Communications and works for CBS Radio in Philadelphia.  Sharon respects that each child works at their own pace and values the benefits of learning through play and real life experiences. 

Sharon Hillman

Both Geri and Sharon are First Aid, CPR, AED and EpiPen certified and have each attended over 180 hours of professional development in the last five years.  Most recently they attended an Emergency Preparedness workshop for family child care.