A Note from Director / Teacher - LeeAnn Veinotte



Watermelon Seeds has been a lifelong dream that began in 2006. In 2009, the establishment moved to its new location at 24 Southmayd Road and became a private business.

My background includes extensive experience in early childhood settings. I have a degree in Early Childhood Education and have accumulated many hours of beneficial workshops. I have worked in day care centers, private homes as a nanny, various preschools as a paraprofessional and as a director for a Children's Church program.

My teaching style allows the children to create through play, art and music, which I believe are the foundations of education. It is my desire to ensure your child will be welcomed into a loving, nurturing environment and that they will excel reaching their highest potential.

LeeAnn Veinotte

Any further questions, please feel free to contact me at:
veinotte@myfairpoint.net
726-4114 school

Note from the Lead Teacher for Kindergarten

I graduated from Keene State College with degrees in Education and Music. I worked in several early childhood and preschool settings before finding my home at Watermelon Seeds. As a teacher, I believe that each child should be given the opportunity to be an individual and explore their world from where they are at. I value our small class size, family oriented environment and love that I get to teach in an environment where it's okay to play in the mud or drop everything to build a block tower that touches the ceiling! Mrs. Veinotte, Lena and I are a great team and it is a pleasure to work at our school everyday.


Miss Sondra Montville

Note from the Lead Teacher

Our newest addition to our classrooms for the Fall of 2015, is my eldest daughter, Lena Hart.

I received my Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood Education, along with a minor in Health, in 2010 from Plymouth State University. After graduation I lived and worked in Hingham, Ma for a Bright Horizons Child Care Center. During my 4 years there, I worked as a Lead Teacher in the toddler classroom, then moved my way up to a Lead Teacher in the Kindergarten-Prep classroom. In 2013, my husband and I welcomed our first child into the world, so I took a few years off to be with our daughter. I have now moved back to New Hampshire and am excited to be a part of the Watermelon Seeds Preschool team. Along with being a classroom teacher, I have started teaching Children's Yoga.

Mrs. Lena Hart

Watermelon Seeds Preschool, Kindergarten & Learning Center

24 Southmayd Road, Campton NH 03223   (603) 726-4114 

LeeAnn Veinotte, Owner/Director  veinotte@myfairpoint.net