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Kindergarten Enrichment Staff
Yolanda Gamboa
 
YOLANDA has been a KE specialist since 1995. Yolanda studied Spanish and child development at Cal State San Bernardino. Her husband, Jorge, is an electrical engineer at Raytheon and their daughter, Jennifer attends Duke University. Yolanda enjoys spending time at home with her miniature schnauzers, Lexy and Sprinkles. She also loves to travel.
 
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Gerri Lynott
 
GERRI has been a KE specialist in KEP since 1996.  She has a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the University of Colorado. Gerri enjoys going to sporting events, painting, baking and walking her Shih Tzu Louie on the Cherry Creek Trail near her house. Her husband, Tim, is an area director for Chili's. They have three children. Timmy attends the University of Colorado in Boulder where he is a student-athlete playing football for the Buffaloes.  Cat attends Regis Jesuit High School. Chandler is a Kindergarten student at Indian Ridge.
 
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Kindergarten Enrichment
 
Kindergarten Enrichment provides an environment where children can learn, take part in supervised recreation, and build strong, positive relationships with responsible, caring adults and with their peers.  Kindergarten Enrichment gives parents and guardians the peace of mind and security knowing that their children are engaged in safe, enriching and constructive activities before or after Kindergarten.
  
We would love to have your child in our exciting Kindergarten Enrichment program. This program is available on a first-come, first-served basis.  To participate, parents/guardians must complete an ECS Enrollment Form.
 
All Extended Child Services are fee-based and self-supporting. They are governed and regulated by the Cherry Creek School District and by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Early Care and Learning. These programs are subject to all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, as well as all applicable Board of Education policies.
 
We look forward to providing you with high quality child care that is safe, affordable and convenient and will assist your child in their physical, intellectual, social, emotional and creative growth.
 
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