Stacey Keeler is thrilled to serve as the Educational Director at CCNS. Stacey earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of School Leadership degree from Wilmington University. Stacey has a passion for children, learning and loves working with teachers. With certifications in Pre-K-4, Spanish K-12 and Principal K-12, Stacey has experience teaching a variety of age groups from Pre-school to 8th grade, as well as serving as an administrative intern and teacher leader for many years. In the past, Stacey has served on the CCNS Board as both the Family Events Trustee and President. She lives in Washington Crossing with her husband Rob and three daughters; Ella, Graceyn and Delaney. In addition to her work at CCNS, Stacey loves volunteering as a coach and at Sol Feinstone Elementary School. Along with all things education, Stacey loves spending time with her family, running and being crafty with her girls.
Patti Davis is happy to be enjoying the roles as Assistant Director of the preschool, lead teacher of the Kindergarten Enrichment program and Yoga teacher for the Pre-K classes and is delighted to be returning to CCNS for her seventeenth year. She has also previously taught the Pre-K, Young 4’s and Young 3’s classes. Patti received a Bachelor of Science degree from Drexel University, completed the Graduate Teacher Certification Program in Elementary Education from Rider University, and has a Master’s degree in Special Education and holds certifications in both Elementary and Special Education K-6, and Kid’s Yoga. In 2008, she was the recipient of The Outstanding Early Childhood Educator Award from the Bucks County Association for the Education of Young Children (BCAEYC). Patti and her husband are the proud parents of two children, Melanie and Cole, who are both CCNS alumni. She enjoys spending time with her family, as well as reading, yoga, hiking, biking, dragon boating and gardening.
Sue Burns enjoys two roles at CCNS as an Office Administrator and teaching assistant in the Creative Arts Enrichment program. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from The University of Massachusetts. Over the years, she has enjoyed teaching and coaching children of all ages. Currently, Sue devotes time volunteering as an Advisor for the Council Rock North student-lead community service group called SHARE. Sue and her husband Mike live in Newtown and have four children, Tyler, Nathan, Justin Hailey and her dog Daisy. She enjoys running, volleyball, basketball, dragon boating, hiking and spending time at her children’s sporting, theatre and choir events.
Trisha Ritter is pleased to begin her third year as CCNS’ Business Administrator. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Villanova University. Trisha has a background in corporate banking and business management. Trisha and her husband John live in Upper Makefield with their two children, Madison and Dylan, who are both CCNS alumni. Trisha was a CCNS parent for six years and served as Assistant Treasurer and was also on the Board as Vice President. Trisha enjoys playing tennis, reading and spending time with her family.