Amanda Warfield - Director and Lead Teacher

Originally from South Carolina, Ms. Amanda recently relocated to Kitsap County area with her husband and two cats. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (Psychology and Sociology) with a Cognate in Early Childhood Education, Cum Laude. In 2016, she graduated from Liberty University with a Master’s Certificate in Preschool Studies. She has worked both as a lead teacher and assistant teacher in the preschool setting specifically with ages 2-4 years. She has over ten years of experience working with children and loves every minute of it. In her spare time she enjoys settling down with a cup of coffee and a good book, and daydreaming about all things Disney.

Reece Sauvé - Music and Drama Instructor

Reece Sauvé is excited to join the team at The Performing Arts Preschool! He studied piano performance and choral directing at Willamette University, then went to Central Washington University where he continued studying choral music. While at Central, Reece founded a competitive student a cappella choral program which continues to thrive. His most recent work has been a whirlwind of non-stop musical theatre direction, acting, and accompanying productions throughout Puget Sound theatres, schools, and churches. His passion for quality is matched only by his passion for fun.

Cheyenne Martinek - Dance and Creative Movement Instructor

Miss Cheyenne has spent most of her life in Kitsap County, mainly around the Bremerton and Poulsbo area. She has been dancing for over 15 years, with 8+ years of experience working with children inside and outside of studio classes. She has danced with local dance companies such as Dance Ensemble Northwest, and Northwest School of Dance’s own JPB. Miss Cheyenne is certified in Anne Green Gilbert’s Creative Dance (Brain Dance) program and is finishing her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education at Olympic College.