Fritz Creek Fiddle Heads
School Year Program
Located by Fritz Creek 9 Miles East End
Originally from New Hampshire, Amanda has lived in Homer for almost twenty
years. Amanda lives with her husband, Sean, a language arts teacher at Homer High,
and their two boys, Keva (4) and Ketchum (2).
Learning and growing with her two small children has sparked Amanda’s passion to
work with preschool aged children. She recognizes how children are developing
tremendously at this age and need a nurturing, respectful environment with clear
boundaries in order for them to safely explore and gain confidence in how they
navigate the world.
Previously, Amanda worked with visually impaired children and adults for 9 years;
then she provided support for children and families who were homeless or living in
substandard housing as a social worker for the Kenai Peninsula Borough School
District. She also has worked in classrooms providing skills training.
Amanda earned a Bachelor’s in Anthropology, and a Masters in Special Education
with a Teacher’s Certification for Preschool – 12 th grade.
Drop off outdoors
Activity of the day
Fritz Creek Fiddleheads is located at the home of Amanda and Sean Campbell 9 miles out East End Road. The property is wooded with trails, a creek. and an abundance of outdoor play areas to explore. A high tunnel with a large natural play space will be available on the particularly inclement days.