Nancy Hunt

From: Dallas, TX
Education: Child development classes at Mountain View College
Teaching: Twenty-nine years total, eleven years at CSPC
Teaching Favorite: Nancy started working at Texas Instruments and attended technical school in the area of making Collin Radios. She decided to pursue education when she had young children of her own so that she could work and be close to her children at the same time.

Classroom Highlights


  • Low ratios of 1:4
  • Two infant rooms.
  • Caregivers with child development training and education.
  • Each infant follows his/her own schedule provided by parents
  • Food, diapers, and wipes provided by the parents.
  • Learning individualized so each child learns at his own pace.
  • Gradual transition to the toddler room when each child is ready.
  • Daily report provided by teachers to summarize the events of the day including eating, sleeping, and diapering.
Tiffany Peoples

From: Chicago, Il
Education: Graduated from college in Medical Assisting
Teaching: Two years at CSPC. She got into child care when she started working at a school called Elin Christian Services. A school for kids with Autism. Ever since then she has been working with kids the past seven years and has loved it.
Teaching Favorite: "Seeing their smile everyday and seeing the progress they make."

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Tequilla Wrighter

From: Dallas, TX 
Education: Certified Medical Assistant. 
Teaching: Worked at the Community School previously for two years. Went on to finish her medical assisting certificate and worked in the medical field for seven years only to realize that her passion was to work with children. So she's back to pursue her dreams as an infant teacher.
Teaching Favorite: "Watching little mionds grow, being able to experience babies "firsts". The happiness I get from them just by providing a loving and nurturing spirit."

Shekedra Taylor

From: Dallas, TX
Education: Bachelor's degree from Stephen F. Austin State University.
Teaching: Working on her second year at CSPC and she has been working with children in some aspect since high school
Teaching Favorite: "Watching the children apple the things that they have learned."

The Community School of the Park Cities has loving, caring teachers who provide a stimulating environment for babies to grow and learn. Infants are held face to face, talked to, sung to, and played with throughout the day, which are some of the key philosophies of the Attachment Parenting philosophy we follow. 

The children in the infant rooms remain with the same teacher until they are 18 months old so that they develop a strong sense of attachment to their caregivers.


This helps the babies develop a positive sense of self-esteem and feel safe in their environment. The idea that the children stay with the same teacher for a long period of time is a philosophy of Relationship Centered Child Care, a proven philosophy that promotes the emotional well-being of very young children cared for outside the home. 

Additionally, babies are allowed ample floor time to explore, push up, crawl, and interact with other children.


Older babies and young toddlers are offered simple art projects, age appropriate puzzles, and other entertaining materials. Babies are also given opportunities to explore the outdoors on our back porch or our four-seater stroller. 

Rosa Alvarez

From: Guatemala City, Guatemala
Education: Secretarial school in Guatemala
Teaching: Seven years total, three years at CSPC 
Teaching Favorite: "Teaching them new things while learning something new from them.  I also love to see them grow."

Meet Our Infant Caregivers