At the Windham Learning Tree Academy, each of our Early Pre-K teachers has extensive experience working with young children, as well as the patience, understanding and love to help them enjoy what may be a first school experience away from home.

Our low student-to-teacher ratios ensure that these young children benefit from the individualized attention they need to mature, while still learning the socialization skills they require to interact well with their peers.

Lindsay Pelletier

Lead Early Pre-K 1 Teacher


  • Experience: 8+ years working with children
  • Certifications & Memberships: Master of Education, Bachelor of Science, University of New Hampshire

Miss Pelletier has many years of experience working with children in various supportive environments. Miss Pelletier received her masters in elementary education, bachelor of science in family studies and a dance minor at the University of New Hampshire. She believes in a positive learning environment that makes the children feel welcomed, safe and capable of learning. Miss Pelletier has been a dance teacher and summer camp counselor for the past several years. She has also gained experience student teaching in various schools through out the Manchester and Durham area, including her most recent internship as a full time student teacher in a third grade class room in Manchester. When Miss Pelletier is not in the classroom she enjoys spending time with friends and family, dancing, going to the beach and spending time outdoors. She is very excited to be joining the Windham Learning Tree Academy this year.

When Miss Pelletier is not in the classroom, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, dancing, going to the beach and spending time outdoors. She is very excited to be joining the Windham Learning Tree Academy this year.

“ A teacher affects eternity; She can never tell where her influence stops. I believe that education should serve as a chance for opportunity.``

``The opportunity for students to develop into life long learners through the appropriate use resources, collaboration and motivation. ”

Erica Preston

Associate Early Pre-K 1 Teacher


Miss Preston has always enjoyed working and caring for children while providing a safe, nurturing, and fun environment for them. She has more than 7 years of experience working with children ranging in age from 2 1/2 years through 10 years as a camp counselor, before and after school counselor, as well as a childcare provider. Miss Preston’s students enjoy her fun-loving personality while still having a structured and well disciplined classroom.

Miss Preston continues to teach full time as well as working to complete her Lead Teacher Certificate in Early Childhood Education. When she is not busy teaching in the classroom and going to school herself, she enjoys spending her free time with friends and family, going on adventures, and enjoying the outdoors.

“Choose a job you love, and you'll never have to work a day in your life.”

Jennifer Muise

Lead Early Pre-K 2 Teacher


  • Experience: 7+ years working with young children
  • Certifications: Associate Degree in Science in Early Childhood Education

Miss Muise is an enthusiastic new teacher who enjoys creative play designed to build a foundation for education and future learning. As the Coordinator for our After School Enrichment Programs, she uses her experience working with young children to create a supportive, guided environment that teaches responsibility for homework, balanced with creative fun, play and socialization.

Miss Muise has completed her Associate Degree in Science in Early Childhood Education in 2014. As a dancer for more than 17 years, she still enjoys taking dance classes, as well as riding her motorcycle, traveling and spending time with her friends and family.

`` There is no end to education. Students learn from teachers and teachers learn from students, it's a cycle where we work together every day to be the best we can be. ``

Maria Ross

Associate Early Pre-K 2 Teacher


  • Experience: 8+ years as a full time volunteer in public schools
  • Mother of Four

Mrs. Ross has been a dedicated volunteer in her local school system for more than 8 years, providing encouragement to students and help to teachers that creates an environment prime for learning. As the mother of four children ages 15 – 21, she undertands the challenges and joys of working with preschoolers, and appreciates the humor and happiness in every moment that she is around her students. Mrs. Ross believes in fostering a fun environment where children truly enjoy learning, building a foundation that will help them later as they enter the school system.

As a dedicated community volunteer, Mrs. Ross recognizes the importance and benefits of creating a true sense of community within the school. Here at Windham Learning Tree Academy, she believes in creating an environment where parents and teachers can come together to partner in the education of the child.

When she is not busy in the classroom, Mrs. Ross enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, reading and coaching girls’ basketball.

“ Providing a warm, nurturing and safe educational environment allows a child to comfortably explore and develop a love of learning that will last a lifetime. ”