Dr. Gina Siebe to Lead New Clayton Early Childhood Center

She begins Monday at 1 Oak Knoll Park, a news release issued Friday states.

Dr. Gina Siebe has been named executive director of the newly formed Clayton Early Childhood Center in , the nonprofit announced Friday in a news release. She begins Monday.

The facility opened June 4 at 1 Oak Knoll Park and provides educational programming for students ages 6 weeks to 5 years. The building in which it is housed previously operated as the Clayton Child Center.

"It is an honor to serve as the Executive Director for Clayton Early Childhood Center,” stated Siebe, who previously retired from the Bayless School District. “It is my hope to work collaboratively with the Board, teachers, and parents to create a quality early childhood program that promotes growth and success at all levels."

Siebe is a graduate of . She holds administration certification from Maryville University and a doctorate in educational leadership from Saint Louis University.

She previously served as an elementary school principal, preschool director and Parents as Teachers supervisor for the Bayless District. She will manage the Clayton center in her new role.

"We are extremely pleased to have someone of Gina's caliber join CECC,” stated Board Chairperson Cason Coplin in the release. “Her leadership, insight, and expertise—along with the continued support of the CECC families and alumni, the City of Clayton and other local organizations—will enable us to provide the best early educational experience available for our students."

More information about the Clayton center is available by calling 314-725-2325, by emailing contact@claytonecc.org or by going to claytonecc.org.


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