Sweet Peas Village creates foundation for kids to succeed, learn and have fun

QUALITY TIME: Heather Mayo, founder and owner of Sweet Peas Village in East Greenwich, reads to a few kindergarten students on St. Patrick’s Day. The school has 22 classrooms and serves 230 students between the ages of 6 weeks and 5 years old. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
QUALITY TIME: Heather Mayo, founder and owner of Sweet Peas Village in East Greenwich, reads to a few kindergarten students on St. Patrick’s Day. The school has 22 classrooms and serves 230 students between the ages of 6 weeks and 5 years old. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Heather Mayo was a sophomore in college when she saw a television show about abused children in child care, prompting her to change her major and career path to embark on making a difference in family lives. “I wanted to create a high-quality, very educated, early childhood school, and that’s kind of what started it…

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