Meet Our Team

Rainbow's End is Staffed by Expert
Educators and Child Care Providers

Our folks love what they do and welcome all challenges. Rainbow’s End staff firmly believe that we make the world a better place, one child at a time.

Each staff member’s specific qualifications are listed in your child’s classroom welcome letter. Rainbow’s End Learning Center's staff must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and at least two years experience working with children. You'll find that many staff members have degrees or experience that exceeds these qualifications – such as a CDA and/or Bachelor’s degree. Everyone on our staff is trained yearly in fire safety, maintains a current CPR and First Aid certification, and must obtain a minimum of 24 credit hours per year of training in child development.

Team Strengths

Our staff have years of experience and are constantly striving for excellence. We are family and enjoy celebrating milestones for each child and family enrolled within the center. Every day is a learning experience for both children and staff alike, and we are proud of our excellent community reputation.


Marsha Androsik

Vice President of Children Services
Marsha has over 30 years of experience working with children with special needs and their families. She earned her BS in Special Education and Early Childhood Education from the California University of Pennsylvania and spent 14 years as a Development Specialist for The ARC of Westmoreland and Diversified Human Services. After 7 years as an Educational Supervisor for Fayette County Head Start/Early Head Start program, she spent 10 years as an Early Intervention/Early Reading Consultant for the Westmoreland Intermediate Unit Early Intervention Preschool Program.
Rainbow's End Greene Program Director
Before joining PathWays as Program Director in 2001, Daralyn was a substitute teacher in the Chartiers Houston school district, and worked as a preschool teacher and after-school tutor through the YMCA child care program. She holds a BS in Elementary Education with Special Education credits from the California University of Pennsylvania.
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