Day School Director
Mrs. Bartlett is a West Texas girl growing up in Plainview, Texas. After graduating from Texas Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family Studies, she moved to Dallas to teach preschool for 10 years at the L&N School of Lomas and Nettleton Mortgage. She then earned a Master of Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served FBC Garland as their Preschool Minister and later moved to Houston and served at Forest Cove Baptist Church of Kingwood, Texas as their Preschool Minister. She moved back to Dallas in 2003 and served as the Minister to Preschoolers at Prestonwood Baptist Church until 2016. She married Dan Bartlett in 2004. She and Dan adopted their two beautiful boys in 2015: Corey and Tristan. Their home is Murphy, Texas, but have a family ranch they love to go work and play at in Central Texas. They love the Dallas Stars and watching their son play hockey on weekends.
Day School Program Developer
Mrs. Zerbst is a Texas native but lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for 18 years after graduating from the University of North Texas with a bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family Studies. While living in the Bay Area, she helped open a new preschool program in Alameda and then transitioned to working for the onsite preschool at the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. The preschool, Golden Gate Academy, was an established “lab” school for the graduate students of the seminary, where they conducted observations and student teaching as they completed their Early Childhood Education studies. Mrs. Zerbst received her master’s in Education Leadership with an emphasis on Early Childhood Education Administration while working at GGA and then taught as an adjunct ECE professor and directed the lab school for the graduate students. She is married to a USC Trojan, has one daughter, and is excited to be back in DFW, closer to her family!
Day School Nurse
Mrs. Rossetti has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Florida State University and worked in elementary literacy and educational research at FSU for four years. While working to improve education for disadvantaged children was very rewarding, Mrs. Rossetti decided to follow her calling to help children medically and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Florida State. When she graduated from nursing school, she went directly to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Tallahassee, Florida. In 2016, her husband was relocated to Dallas where she continued her NICU nursing career at Children’s Medical Center. Mrs. Rossetti brought her children to PCBC Day School shortly after having her second child and soon became the school nurse. She has a passion for working with babies and young children and has achieved certifications in Low-Risk Newborn Care (RNC-LRN) and Lactation Consulting (IBCLC). While they do miss the tailgates and Seminole sporting events, Mrs. Rossetti and her family love living in Texas and everything DFW has to offer!