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CAP C.A.R.E. Staff

Welcome

It is our goal at CAP C.A.R.E. to provide your child with a creative, active, recreational and educational opportunities.  We strive to ensure the complete safety of all our participants not to mention that they have fun!

Please take a moment to get to know each of our staff members.

Mandy Hollis

Center Coordinator

CAP Care Coordinator

Mandy has been with the Cambridge Community Activities Program since 2010 and Lead Teacher with CAP C.A.R.E. since 2014.

Mandy has an Associate of Arts in Early Child Development from Grand Rapids Community College as well as her Program Development Credential in Child Care.

During her free time you will find Mandy spending quality time with her  daughters, Hope and Bella. She is also a volunteer EMT for the Cambridge & Jefferson EMS.

 

Gabby Stachel

Child Care Lead Teacher

 

 

 

 

 


Miss Gabby currently lives in Fort Atkinson, and studies Early Childhood Education at Madison Area Technical College. She was introduced to teaching as a Junior in high school when she enrolled in a dual credit program through Waukesha Technical College, and fell in love with the role of a teacher ever since. She loves doing hands on activities like crafts and cooking with the kids here at Cap Care, and cannot wait to see what this school year has in store her! The children love Gabby’s positive attitude and fun energy.

Abbey Stinner

Child Care Lead Teacher


My name is Abbey Stinner and I and from Grayslake, IL. I just finished up my third year at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and I am now a senior. I am majoring in Physical Education with a minor in Health Education as well as Coaching. During my free time, I love to spend time with family and friends especially on the lake when it’s summer!​ I am so excited to be apart of the CAP CARE team and I can’t wait to see what this summer has in store for me in Cambridge.

Jessica Schroeder

Child Care Lead Teacher

Meghan Servais joined our team in the summer of 2019. She is honored to be a part of  of Cap Care. She has lived in Cambridge since 2010 and has loved becoming part of this great community.  She and her husband have two children, Ester and Morrison, who attend Cambridge Elementary and now Cap Care. In their free time they love to camp, swim and spend time with family.  She loves being a part of Cap Care and is excited to help this great group of kids grow!

Jen Martinson

Child Care Co-Teacher

Hello, I am Jen Martinson. I have lived in Cambridge for 13 years with my husband Phil. I have been familiar with the CAP program since its beginning as my sister was the director of the Youth Center and Senior programs. I needed something new in my life so when I was offered the opportunity to work with CAP, I jumped in! I currently help out with the First Friends program and am an assistant teacher with CAP Care. I love getting to know the kids and learn knew things right along with them. It is also fun to be in the school to see my niece and nephew as they grow.

Meghan Servais

Cap Care Co-Teacher

Miss Mary is the Administrative Aide for CAP CARE, and enjoys working with Miss Mandy and interacting with the staff and the children at CAP CARE!  She has a Bachelor of Science degree in English Writing from Edgewood College in Madison and an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Science.  Miss Mary also enjoys teaching Water Aerobics at the Cambridge Pool. When she isn’t here, she usually has her nose in a book or is cooking or baking something in her kitchen.

Kristin Stockwell

Cap Care Co-Teacher

Miss Kristin has been with the Cambridge Community Activities Program since 2008.  Miss Kristin began teaching the First Friends program which has greatly flourished under her direction. In 2019 the program expanded to offer two additional days of First Friends.   In the fall of 2016, Miss Kristin came on board with Cap Care as a co-teacher primarily during 4k wrap around time and helping us our occasionally after school.

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