Imprints Day School is...

an early childhood, educational-based center with a strong belief that each child is unique. We strive to provide a nurturing, loving and secure environment in which your child can explore and develop both academically and socially. Imprints Day School encourages and stimulates each child's cognitive, social, emotional  and physical development to provide a strong foundation for your child's successful future.




Our Philosophy:

All children progress through growth and development at individual stages: therefore, they are each treated and respected as individuals.  Our participants are given the opportunity to learn from their environment in order to achieve their very best.  We believe in building a working partnership with our parents and guardians to help in each stage of the child's developmental in order to build a solid foundation for each child's future.




Our Learning Environment:

Imprints Day School offers a nurturing environment for all children.  Each classroom from infants to preschool-aged children has age-appropriate materials and environments to encourage learning, playing and exploring.  The classroom has trained teachers that are full of enthusiasm and support so that the growth and development of our children are maximized.  Collaborating with parents, we celebrate the individuality of each child by recognizing their strengths and building upon them.  Imprints Day School provides the essential love, respect, and responsiveness to allow each child to reach his or her potential.



Maria Flemming



Owner of Imprints Day School, Maria Flemming received her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education (K-3) in 1992 from Fitchburg State College.  Since graduation, she has worked in several child care facilities in all levels of care.  Following work in the Peabody, MA Public School System and teaching in Lawrence, MA, Maria obtained her Director I and II qualifications and began training staff members in two large child care facilities in the Boston area.  


Married since 1992, Maria has made it her priority to raise her family with the best that life has to offer.  Maria and her husband finally decided to have children after eight years of marriage.  They had their daughter Isabel in 2000 and son Max in 2003.    She comes from a large family and holds traditional family values paramount.  In addition to her kids, she has two Frenchtons named Xena and Freya.  She loves to spend quiet weekends with her family and enjoys the summer months at the beach and taking in movies with the kids.  


In late 2005, Maria purchased Imprints Day School to finally develop the childcare center of her dreams.  


In 2011, Maria built a new facility for Imprints Day School that would provide the best care possible.

 What Maria enjoys the most is continually looking for ways to ignite the spark of learning she knows is in every child provoking imaginative thinking and problem solving skills.


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Andrea White


Andrea received her Master's Degree in Elementary Education from the University of New Hampshire in 2008.  She began working at Imprints Day School where she was a lead teacher in the infant and toddler classrooms.  


In 2011, Andrea became the Preschool Supervisor in the new facility working on the curriculum for all classrooms from Two Years old to Pre-Kindergarten. 

In 2013, Andrea took over center-wide curriculum as the Program Coordinator where she oversaw all classes.

In 2015, Andrea became the assistant director working alongside Maria helping with the daily operations of Imprints Day School.  

In 2018, Andrea was promoted to Director to help co-direct with Maria and hopes to continue to grow Imprints Day School.

Andrea currently lives in Nottingham, NH with her husband and three children.  

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Kayla Mills

Program Coordinator

Kayla received her Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and Psychology from Keene State College in 2010.  She began working at Imprints Day School in 2011 as an infant teacher.   

In 2013, Kayla was promoted to Lead Teacher of the infant and toddler department where she then went on to be the Supervisor.  After the birth of her son in 2017, Kayla spent time working in the two year old department before moving to preschool.

In 2018 after spending a year in preschool, Kayla took on the position of the Program Coordinator after having many years experience in all the departments at Imprints Day School.

Kayla is married to her husband, Matt and live in Newmarket with their son Brady and dog, Lila.  As a family, they enjoy traveling and spending time with their family and friends.

Meet the Supervisors...

At Imprints Day School, we work in different departments to ensure our teachers and families have direct contact with supervisors who specialize in that specific age group.