Roohs and Robins

This is where it all begins! Our experienced infant teachers are very dedicated to provide your little bundle of joy a caring and nurturing environment to spend their day. They practice a welcoming, open communication with all of our families. It is important to make sure that parents are informed of all of their child’s events and activities each day. Our teachers are always willing to do whatever is necessary to be able to work individually with each one of our little ones. They always accommodate each individual infant schedule and level of development whether your little one is learning to sit up, crawl, or take those first few steps!

Infant Team

Roohs Lead Teacher: Mrs. Lisa Wallman

My name is Lisa Wallman and I started working for Honey Grove at Center Grove is August of 2017. I am the lead teacher in the Robins room. I come with an elementary degree from Taylor University. I was blessed to be able to stay home with my 4 kids until they were all in school. My oldest is about to graduate from Center Grove High School and my youngest is in 1st grade. My family keeps me busy with various activities. I love watching my kids do what they love. I am their biggest fan and supporter. I also love my extended family, my babies in the Robins room. I love the time I have with them to watch them grow, learn and develop into little people! 


Robins Lead Teacher: Ms. Julia Minor

My name is Julia Minor. I am the lead teacher in the Robins room. I have been working for Honey Grove at Center Grove since February of 2018. I graduated from Center Grove High School in 2015 and am currently pursuing a degree in Elementary Education at WGU. In my free time, I enjoy being with my family and boyfriend. I also love spending time with my dog, Carmelo. My hobbies include reading, crafts, and shopping. I absolutely love working at Honey Grove and getting to spend every day with the sweetest babies. Watching them all learn and grow is the greatest experience. I enjoy spending time with each and every infant I have had in my classroom.