Contacts & Staff Page

PCE BASE Contact Information: 
PCE: 11605 South Bradbury Ranch Drive  Parker, CO  80134
Main Landline: 303-387-8259
Program Cell Phone: 720-301-4492
PCE BASE Program Manager: Sheri Hernandez
[email protected]

Meet The Staff

The Prairie Crossing BASE Staff all come from various backgrounds and experiences.  Together, we create a unique environment with many ways to integrate our teachings and learnings into the lives of all of the students we come in contact with.  We are child-oriented and strive to connect in individual ways to help each child develop and grow their foundations.  We work as a whole to bring the best to your family each and every day!!

Sheri Hernandez: Sheri has been the PCE BASE Manager for the past 23 years since the school opened.  She loves kids and being a part of their education and development!   Sheri enjoys spending time with her two dogs (even though the puppy sometimes acts like a destructive dinosaur) and she loves hockey!

Dana Winslow:  Dana has been the Assistant BASE Manager for the past 22 years.  Dana enjoys being creative with the kids and teaching them new and fun things!  Dana loves spending time her boys and loves sports!

Lars:  Lars has been a Senior Program Leader for the past 13 years.  Lars also works for the IT department with DCSD.  Lars enjoys Star Wars and Marvel movies.  He loves spending time with his friends and family.

Charise:  Charise has been a Program Leader for 6 years.  She works in the front office also.  Charise loves spending time with her family and watching her daughter play sports.
Alexis is a Program Aide and joined our program July 2021.  She is a senior at Chaparral High School and plays tennis.
Ainsley is a Program Aide and joined PCE BASE in October 2021.  She loves playing volleyball and is a senior at Chaparral High School.

Emily is a Program Leader and joined PCE BASE in March 2022.  Emily attends college in Boston.  Emily enjoys reading and spending time with family.

Catalina is a Program Aide.  She joined PCE BASE in July 2022.  She is currently a Senior at Chaparral High School.  She enjoys dance and DECA.

Ciarra is a Program Aide and joined PCE BASE in July 2022. She is currently a Senior at Legend High School.  She enjoys playing volleyball.

Lila is a Program Aide at PCE BASE since March 2023.  She is currently a Junior at Chaparral and enjoys drama and ceramics.
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