Connie Sanders is the Manager of the Child Learning Center at Austin Peay State University. She came to APSU in 1990. A Lawrenceburg, TN native, she graduated from Austin Peay State University with a B. S. in Professional Studies. She has been involved in many professional activities and leadership roles including President of the Two Rivers Association for the Education of Young Children and Board member of the Tennessee Association for the Education of Young Children. She serves on the Clarksville Montgomery County School System Pre – K Advisory Committee and the Nashville State Community College Early Childhood Education Advisory Committee. Connie enjoys traveling with her husband, spending time with her granddaughter and reading.
My name is Angie Denton. I am originally from Canada. My husband, Ronnie and I have been married for twenty-one years, and have a fourteen year old son, Trent. I have been in the Early Childhood profession for twenty years. I have been with the APSU Child Learning Center for seventeen of those years. Through Early Childhood Education classes through Tennessee Early Childhood Training Alliance, and Nashville State Community College, I have earned my CDA Credentials, (Child Development Associate), in Infant-Toddler, as well as Preschool. This past summer, I earned my Technical Certificate from Nashville State Community College. Presently, I am working on my Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education. Yearly trainings, workshops and seminars provide information about regulation changes and updated materials to help me provide a fun, safe, loving and healthy learning environment. I strongly believe in the Child Learning Center’s philosophy that children learn through play. I appreciate working in a center that believes what I believe. “We cater to the business of children and the business of children is play!" Play is the avenue for children to learn best.