Kiddie City Child Care Community • 280 E. 206th St. Euclid, Ohio 44123(216) 481-9044

Jennifer Boger - After graduating from Mentor High School’s Early Childhood Education Department and prior to joining us at Kiddie City, Jennifer worked in all aspects of early childhood education – latchkey, special needs, for profit, and Head Start

Completed an associate’s degree in ECE at Lakeland Community College

In 2013 Jennifer received her BA from Kendall College with a concentration in Infant/Toddler and Special  Education.

Jennifer’s Accomplishments at Kiddie City:

Stabilized our young center – enrollment and staff – after the departure of our first director and has helped us reach 100% occupancy with waiting lists in classrooms today

Embraced our nonprofit mission and has eagerly adapted to and is continuing to learn nonprofit organizational skills

Led the expansion (including a renovation) of a building next door to our existing center – almost doubling our enrollment of students and increasing our staff numbers by 50%

Guided our center to receive advanced Step Up to Quality star ratings – currently 5 Stars

Applied for, received, and currently administers a Cuyahoga County Universial PreK program and CEOGC Head Start enhancements for our children

Co-Founded the Eastern Cuyahoga County Child Care Network (ECCCN) – a group of child care center directors and staff who meet to collaborate on family projects, center concerns, a unified voice to ODJFS, staff in-service collaboration and the promoters of quality early childhood education in eastern Cuyahoga County

Participates in the Euclid City Schools’ District Leadership Team and its Early Childhood Action Team

Active participation in Starting Point’s Leadership Conference program planning committee

Instrumental in the recognition of Kiddie City as a Network of Partnership Schools Promising Practice for 2011

Successful Fundraiser organizer – raising money for Kiddie City’s children’s summer educational enrichment activities

Encourages and/or oversees Kiddie City’s participation in community organizations such as the Foster Grandparent Program, the Cleveland Food Bank, training site for ECE students (both high school and community college), the YMCA Euclid/Hillcrest Collaborative, Euclid Chamber of Commerce, Creating Healthy Communities (Ohio State Extension), infant/toddler playground project for the City of Euclid, and the E. 200th Street Stroll - a yearly city event

Carole Mozeleski (Gramma M) – Carole is the owner of our previous infant/toddler building on Wilmore and has been a successful business owner for many years.  Gramma M is a tremendous advocate for children and their families and has recently moved back to Ohio to renovate her Kiddie City building at the corner of Wilmore and E. 200th Street as a personal residence and as a home for a new organization - Village Volunteers.  This group will promote volunteering in Euclid.

Sherrie Zagorc (Mrs. Z)  Board Member – Sherrie is a retired (30 years) Family and Consumer Science Teacher (Home Ec/Parenting and Child Development) at Mentor High School.  She left a food service career in 2006 with Sodexho Jones Day/Lubrizol to begin her dream as a child care center employee.  The holder of a Master’s Degree in Education from Cleveland State, Sherrie enhances her training through continuous workshops and child development classes.  Mrs. Z is the chairperson of our neighborhood’s E. 200th Street Stroll committee and is the chairperson of Euclid’s Infant/Toddler Playground Building Project.  Sherrie was honored to be selected as the  2010 Kiwanis Citizen of the Year, the Euclid American Legion Post 343 Citizen of the Year, and the recipient of the Euclid Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Community Service Award.  Sherrie also represented Kiddie City in Project Access - a capacity building program of the Cleveland Foundation and continues to remain active in  Euclid's FACET (the Euclid Schools' Family and Civic Engagement Team), Euclid's Creating Healthy Communities committee and the Euclid Fruit Harvest Project.  Sherrie received Northern Ohio Area Chambers of Commerce Bright Star 2012 award for Euclid's Chamber of Commerce.

Infant 1 Room

  • Syeta Johnson (CDA
  • Katie Stepic ( AA) (CDA Student)
  • Vanessa Lewis
  • Quenaysha Copes (Highschool Student)

Infant 2 Room

  • Joel Cooper (CDA)
  • Valentina Vasili (MA)
  • Cailin O'Donnell (AA)
  • Alison Davidson
Toddler 1 Classroom
  • Laura Asseff (BA)
  • Aaliyah Andrews (CDA)
  • Peggy Henderson
  • Destiny Dean (College Student)
Toddler 2 Classroom
  • Lauren Hall (BA)
  • Janita Thomas (CDA)
  • Mariah White (CDA Student)

Pre School 1 Classroom

  • Alison Lewis (BA)
  • Liz Fay (AA)
  • Tiffany Yarletts (CDA)

Pre School 2 Classroom

  • Valeria Hughley (CDA)
  • Cori Simenc (BA)
  • Maria Terranova (BA)

Preschool 3 Classroom

  • Sylvia Finnie (CDA)
  • Rhonda Franklin (CDA)
  • Patrice Sledge (BA)

Preschool 4 Classroom

  • Kiara Williams (College Student)
  • Rahat Khan (BA)
  • Brianna Moffatt (College Student)
  • Terrianna Hughley (College Student)
  • Barbara Fransis-Crawford (AA)

School-Age

  • Crystal Cook (College Student)  
  • Janet Thompson(AA)
  • Maria Terranova (BA)
  • Dayna White, Assistant Director (CDA )(AA)( BA Student)
  • Charlee Robinson,Office Assistant(AA)
  • Jennifer Garza, Curriculum Specialists (MA)
  • Helen Fuertes (AA)
  • Helen Shelby (MA)
  • Tierra Houston, Food Service Staff, Floater (CDA)
  • Shamari Perkins, Food Service Staff
  • Niajah Radcliff (CDA Student)
  • Toni Kranek (MA)
  • Joyce Ashman (BA)
  • Nicole McCoullough (BA)
 
  • Christine Spikes - Chairperson, School Therapist, Social Worker, and a Euclid Resident
  • Sherrie Zagorc - Secretary, Co-Founder of Kiddie City (biography listed above under co-founders)
  • Meg McGarry -  Euclid resident with Economic and Fund Development Credential
  • Lynnore Walker - A Mentor for CEOGC Head Start
  • Angelique King - Former KC Parent, KC Grandparent and Registered Nurse in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, and a Euclid Resident
  • Donna Nycum - Social Worker, Achievement Centers for Children

   

    The Kiddie City Board of Directors graduated from Year Three of Project Access - a capacity building program for nonprofits sponsored by The Cleveland Foundation

     Our Project Access coach was Patty Sadallah - an authority in nonprofit organizations and management.

 
  • Janie Mitchell
  • Pat Lawson
  • Georgia Naylor

 

Learn more about the Cleveland Foster Grandparent Program.

In previous years we have also been assisted by volunteers from the Youth Opportunities Unlimited program.
Learn more about the Y.O.U. program.