Kristine Quinby, M.Ed., BCBA, LBS
CEO, President & Founder
Kristine Quinby founded Potential Inc. in 2006. She is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst with certification in Pennsylvania for elementary education and special education, and in New Jersey for elementary education.
Kristine currently serves and the President of the Potential Inc. Board of Directors. To find out more about her extensive experience working with families of individuals with special needs to help them achieve their full potential, click here.
In April 2010, The Springtime School opened its doors as a licensed private elementary school for children with autism, addressing a need in the community to serve children who have not been successful in any other program. At The Springtime School, we understand how to adjust educational programs to truly individualize the learning experience.
SPRINGTIME SCHOOL STAFF
Christopher Rice is a Special Education Teacher at the Springtime School. Chris obtained his PA Elementary K-6 teaching certificate from West Chester University in 2011. Chris worked as a TSS with Foundations Behavioral Health as well as an Instructional Assistant with the BCIU before becoming full time with Potential. He is currently taking graduate courses to obtain his Special Education teaching certificate.
Chelsea Baker MS BCBA is a Program Coordinator at the Springtime School. Chelsea obtained her Bachelors and Masters of Science in Criminal Justice from West Chester University as well as an Applied Behavioral Analysis Certification from St. Joseph’s University. She obtained her BCBA certification in 2015.
Jessica Thompson is a Paraprofessional at Springtime School. She has completed her Credential of Competency for Special Education Paraeducators and 36 college credits. She also brings a lifetime of experience having a family member with special needs.