Keena Leonard

IMPORTANT: Our PK website will be taken down soon, but we will be getting a whole new webpage in August so I will post information about the new school year as soon as I get it.
Bus transportation will start after Labor Day in September, but your child will have opportunities to attend school the last week of August if you can provide transportation. You will be contacted about which days your child can attend. Have a safe and fun summer and remember to practice your summer work packets!

Mrs. Keena Leonard

Ms.Terri Lawson (Full-Time Asst.)
Mrs. Amy Chrisley (Full-Time Asst.)
Miss Debbie Kincaid (Volunteer)

(best time to reach me for non-emergency is 1:45-3:30)
242-5723 Direct Classroom Line

Keena 2016

 I have worked with preschool-aged children for 28 years (since I was a Junior in high school!) I started at Reeds as the full-time assistant for the Pre-K class in July 2003. I went back to school again in 2008 to add a teaching license in Birth through Kindergarten to my degree in Human Relations and became the teacher for this class in 2010. I attended Reeds Elementary School as a child. My four-year degree is from High Point University and my teaching license was earned from UNC-G and other colleges. I love to see curious little faces and I am very happy to be at Reeds.

Ms. Terri

Ms.Terri became a full-time assistant in 2010. Terri is classified as "Highly Qualified" for the Davidson County Schools and has obtained her Child Care Credentials from the State of NC.
Terri loves PK!


Mrs. Chrisley is back this year as a full-time assistant in PK. She loves our students and wants to help them learn! Mrs. Chrisley has also obtained the Highly Qualified status with Davidson County Schools.

Miss Debbie

Miss Debbie has been a faithful professional volunteer for 4 years in Reeds Pre-K. Miss Debbie visits PK as often as possible and assists with work station tasks, operates the smartboard at circle time and serves as the Editor of the classroom newsletter The Daily Dot Miss Debbie loves to see our wee ones accomplish something new.