Miss Darlene
(Director/Owner)
I graduated from Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts in 1982 with my degree in Early Childhood Education. I am very passionate about working with young children and giving them the opportunities to grow in an environment that fosters their social, emotional, physical, and cognitive growth. Working at Kids Inn has been a positive experience for me. I have had the opportunity to teach and direct the center, learning all facets of working in a child care facility. In 2007, I had the chance to purchase Kids Inn and continue to work with the community and offer age appropriate developmental programs for the children. I value the long lasting relationships that I have with our families and the open communication that keeps that relationship going. I am so fortunate to have two beautiful children who have supported me with my work. I am truly lucky to have one of the best jobs a person could have.


Miss Jenn
Miss Jenn
(1 Year Olds)
Miss Jenn has been teaching at Kids Inn since 1998. She has an Associates degree in Early Childhood Education. She lives in Milford. Miss Jenn's favorite part of working with children is seeing them learn and grow. There is always such a big difference in their personality and of course, growth from the time school starts in September until it ends in June.

Miss Donna
Miss Donna
(Pre-K/Kindergarten)
Miss Donna has been teaching at Kids Inn since 2002. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a minor in Music Education. She lives in Litchfield with her husband and three children. Miss Donna's favorite part of working with children is the positive feedback that they give her. She loves how the children are always there to tell her that she is doing a good job.

Miss Kim
Miss Kim
(Cook Extraordinaire)
Miss Becca
(Infant Classroom - Lead Teacher)
Miss Becca has been working at Kids Inn for 6 years, she lives in Milford with her husband and their dog. She loves working with the infants and seeing them progress through their early developmental stages, as well as creating a bond with them to ensure they feel safe, nurtured and loved.

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