About Preschool Delivers

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Amy Anderson Owner, Educator, Wife and Mom

My name is Amy Anderson and  I am the owner of Preschool Delivers.  Over the years I have had the opportunity to work at a number of childcare centers in a variety of positions.  Every center that I worked at, and every position that I have held, helped me to learn and grow in the Early Childhood field.  I began as a classroom aide working with infants and toddlers.  During this time, I began going to school for my Associate in Arts Degree so that I could better myself as an educator.  I soon moved into the position of an assistant teacher, and eventually a lead teacher.

After experiencing the joy of seeing children develop as a teacher, I came to appreciate the importance of  Early Childhood Education. The children were eager to learn through play, and I knew that they loved learning as long as I taught them in a positive environment.  I was determined to make educating young children my career goal. In pursuit of my goal, I took the role of an assistant director.  Within three months, I moved to a center director position. I have been in the leadership role for over twelve years.

In 2012, I completed my Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Development at Concordia University, St. Paul.  This experience gave me the confidence to pursue my own business in providing quality preschool education to children in family childcare.

Jena McFadden

Jena McFadden

Jena joined Preschool Delivers in the summer of 2016 and provides a background in Early Childhood Development.


Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide every child with a quality early childhood experience. We strive to create a developmentally appropriate curriculum which fosters each child’s individual needs.  By offering an engaging curriculum it is our desire that each child will develop a life long love for learning.


Preschool Delivers offers a unique program that will come to an in home childcare or a private home setting to provide a quality preschool curriculum.  Our goal as educators is to build a strong foundation for each individual child to prepare them for school readiness.  The curriculum will cover topics that support a variety of developmental areas including; language, literacy, math, science, art, and music.