Trisha Troyer is the Early Childhood Assistant Teacher at Florence Crittenton Preschool. She is a native Montanan who grew up on a farm in the Northeast corner of our great state! Go Porcupines! When she’s not on the go with her husband and two young children, she is reading a book or working on a puzzle on her iPad. Her passion for kids began when she was younger. Growing up on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, she realized there was a strong need for families and children to have access to high quality programs. For Trisha, access to these resources and services allows individuals to reach their full potential. She started her education at the University of Northern Colorado in nursing. Missing the Big Sky, she transferred to Montana State University and continued working towards her degree. Being a mother and seeing children grow to their potential led her to begin working with children. She is passionate about making sure that every child is afforded the right to equal and inclusive education. She seeks to ensure children at the preschool reach their full potential in a safe, supportive, and loving environment.