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.

Madison Page

Lead Early Pre-K 1 Teacher


  • Experience: 6+ years working with children

Ms. Page has been caring for children ages infant through school age for more than six years. She is currently enrolled in the Education program at New Hampshire Technical Institute. When Ms. Page isn’t working or in school she enjoys being active outdoors as well as spending time with her family and friends.

``Reach for the moon. Even if you miss you'll land among the stars.``

Antonia Perrotti

Early Pre-K 1 Associate Teacher


  • Experience: 2+ years working with children

Miss Perrotti graduated high school in the Spring of 2018 and completed the Early Childhood program at MST in Manchester New Hampshire. She has been working in childcare for more than two years.

Miss Perrotti is continuing her education as well as gaining more knowledge in the field of early childhood education and special education through Manchester community College. Miss Perrotti is excited to join the teaching team in Early Pre-K 2 this year on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. She will also be working in many of our classrooms offering support when needed.

Miss Perrotti enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She love animals, music, dancing, and the beach.

“ 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. ”

Amanda Inglese

Early Pre-K 1 Associate Teacher


Miss Inglese has been working in the Early Childhood Education field for 7 years and has worked as a Lead teacher in Preschool and Pre-K transition rooms. She believes that a classroom should be a fun, safe and encouraging environment. She thrives to instill independence and confidence in all her students by encouraging growth through play and exploration.

When Miss Inglese is not in the classroom, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, and going to the beach.

``Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.``

Jennifer Rene

Lead Early Pre-K 2 Teacher


  • Experience: 19+ years
  • Certifications: Lead Teacher Certified
  • Mother of Two

Mrs. Rene has more than nineteen years experience in the field of Early Childhood. She is Lead Teacher Certified and hold a Bachelors of Science in Early Childhood Education from Salem State University.

Mrs. Rene is the mother of two children, ages ten and twenty two years, and step mother to one twenty two year old son.

Mrs. Rene worked within a preschool classroom until the birth of her second daughter. She then decided to nurture the development of her child along with a small group of other children as a nanny. She worked throughout the years with several families.

Mrs. Rene is excited to transition back into the preschool classroom setting this year. She has a love for teaching young children and knows how important it is to develop their self-esteem.

Mrs. Rene enjoys spending time with her husband and family. In her free time she enjoys painting , listening to music, connecting with nature, and yoga.

“ I believe that children should be encouraged to become their own problem solvers. Teachers should model constructive skills and provide gentle guidance when needed. This approach helps to build independence and self-esteem.”