Old Toddler Teachers

Ms. Tabatha Perez

     My name is Tabatha Perez and I have been taking care of children for several years now.  I currently work at Peace Lutheran Preschool and Daycare as an Older Toddler Teacher. I work with children between the ages of 18 – 24 months. I work very hard each and every day to help my children to achieve the milestones that are within their grasp of learning. I also encourage them to try and reach for more understanding in all areas of learning and growth. Helping them to push and reach their higher potential. I believe that learning through play is a wonderful way for children to learn and grow. By incorporating self-adaptive learning skills throughout our play, the children become more independent, developing the proper skills to problem solve any issue that may arise.

I was born in Chicago, Ill. I am married to an Army Veteran and I have two children of my own. I have completed my degree programs in both an Associates and Bachelors levels. I look forward to completing my Masters in Education. I love to read and encourage my children to read as often as they can. I feel very blessed to be given the opportunity to work at Peace Lutheran with such wonderful families, children and co-teachers. I look forward to watching my children grow and develop over the months that I have with them, before they move over to the older Two’s Room. It is very exciting to watch them grow and learn… to become the independent learners who will one day become Kindergarteners. This is where it all begins!!! Go Room 1!


Ms. Maria Jones

I am a resident of El Paso, Texas. I have been working in childcare for 23 years. Aside from taking care of my own grandkids, I really enjoy watching kids grow, learn and experience the world around them. It's important to help them be a part of society later on in life. I am grateful for the opportunity Peace Lutheran has given me to further my experience. I aspire to one day own my own child care facility. Taking care of your children continues to be a blessing for me. I hope for one day to see them aspire into greatness.