The teachers at West Falmouth Preschool are a team of wonderfully devoted, enthusiastic, nurturing, knowledgeable, and creative individuals who find immense joy in teaching early education. They are truly dedicated to building a solid foundation of life-long learning for their students. Our teachers attend classes and workshops throughout the year, continually embracing professional growth, and sharing the knowledge they gain with our families.
Our exceptional educators consist of a lead teacher/director and a teacher. Each has a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, each are qualified by the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) for lead teacher status, and each is certified in pediatric first aid and CPR. Together, they have many years of experience in the early development of preschool-aged children. In addition, a teacher assistant accompanies both the Three-Day and Two-Day Program teachers.
Christina Brousseau, Director/Lead Teacher
Christina has over 10 years of teaching experience at the Preschool and Kindergarten levels, as well as with infants/toddlers with special needs. Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Elementary Education from Bridgewater State University, and a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from American International College, she has a wealth of knowledge that helps her excel in this role.
When she is not in the classroom you can find her at the beach, spending time with her family or reading.
Sheri O’Malley, Teacher
After receiving her BFA with a minor in Education at UMASS Amherst, Mrs. O’Malley relocated to Maryland, where she founded and developed a kindergarten enrichment program for the Montgomery County Schools. She also spent time teaching kindergarten in Maine, and then relocated to Falmouth, where she began her teaching career on the Cape at Teaticket Elementary School. She first served as a substitute teacher and then specialized in MCAS tutoring. She has been a part of the West Falmouth Preschool community since 2008.