This is Kathleen and the Reid Family’s fifth year at Whitefish Bay Shorewood Nursery School. William and Annabelle both attended the preschool for two years and Rosie is enjoying her first year in Mrs Piller’s class. Baby Reid number four, due in February, will no doubt one day attend. In addition to serving on the preschool Board, Kathleen is also a member of the Cumberland Elementary PTO and the Whitefish Bay Education Foundation. In her former life Kathleen was a caterer and event planner in New York City.



Jennifer and her husband Garrett moved to Whitefish Bay a year ago. They are both originally from Chicago, but have been living on the east coast for the past several years. Jennifer's oldest son, Eamon, attended the 3/4 class this past year. Neve will attend WFB Shorewood Nursery School for another year. This year she will be in the 3/4 classroom. Jennifer is looking forward to enrolling her youngest son, Jack, in the future, although it will be a while since we was just born in January. During Jennifer's time in Chicago she worked as a teacher. When relocating to the east coast, she worked for an educational publishing company. These days you can find her taking a lot of walks around WFB with her little ones.



Kelsey and her husband Jeff moved to Shorewood two years ago after the birth of their oldest daughter, Saoirse. She is a mom of two; Saoirse (almost 3) will be attending her first year at WFBSNS and little sister Noa (almost 1) will be enjoying some quiet time with her Grammie while big sister is at school. Kelsey loves spending time outdoors exploring Milwaukee with her daughters and also enjoys running, reading, and taking motorcycle day trips with her husband. Kelsey and her family are excited to join the WFBSNS family.



Rocky and her family live in Shorewood. Her eldest son, Mateo, attended the nursery school in the 3/4s class last year and loved the school and his teachers. At drop off every morning last year, Nico, her youngest was sad to leave his big brother to have all the fun. This year Nico is in the 2/3s class with Mrs Piller and he runs in every morning excited to be at school. Her family enjoys watching Notre Dame football, eating pizza, and playing legos. Rocky works at Northwestern Mutual a few afternoons a week and takes dance classes at night, this year she is taking Contemporary and Tap. This is Rocky's second year as the Fundraising Chairperson.


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Lindsay, her husband Chad, and their two sons currently live in Whitefish Bay. Their son Parker is a returning student joining Mrs. Piller's toddler class and had a fantastic first year with Mrs. Wejsknora. Preston, turning two in November will be joining WFBSNS for fall 2018 semester. She currently works from home full time in sales for West Corporation and is looking forward to another fun year with Whitefish Bay Shorewood Nursery School!



Marcy and her family moved to Shorewood from St. Louis in 2013 for her husband, David’s, job transfer; he works in Racine at Insinkerator. Her oldest, Henry, spent two years at WFBSNS and will now be in K5 at Lake Bluff this fall. Freddie will be in the 3/4’s class at the preschool this year, while Walter will be turning 1 in August. In a previous life, Marcy was a licensed professional counselor and enjoyed happy hours, traveling, and having clean stuff.

Jessica lopez i Auction co-chair


Jessica & her husband Ricky moved to Whitefish Bay in January 2018 from Atlanta, GA with their twin boys, Maddox & Reagan, and their daughter Grace. Maddox & Reagan are in the 3/4 class this year, and almost 2 year old Grace can't wait to start school next year! Jessica runs a small business, Daily Grace Design, where she designs and makes custom tees for kids and moms!

anthony reid i treasurer


Anthony moved to Milwaukee from Australia with his family in 2014. They live in Whitefish Bay and have maintained a close relationship with WFBSNS since that time. Anthony is honored to be serving as the treasurer and also as "first husband" of the school. Anthony hopes that rich educational experiences like those obtained at WFBSNS will help his children appreciate the past and redefine the future.