Scott Wille is the director of the Del Valle ISD Child Development Center, a 4-Star Texas Rising Star center, with national accreditation through the National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Scott earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in early childhood education. He has worked as a kindergarten, first and second grade public school teacher. He is a certified School Librarian and served in that capacity for seven years before becoming the director of the Child Development Center in 2012.
Scott has presented at national and local conferences, including the National Council of Teachers of English, Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association, and the Austin chapter of the Texas Association for the Education of Young Children. Scott enjoys reading books to young children. Some of his favorite authors include Pat Mora, Todd Parr, Patricia Polacco, Chris VanAllsburg, and Mo Willems.
He enjoys working with colleagues in the teaching profession and is motivated by the art of teaching and learning. Scott enjoys cooking, traveling, biking, and kayaking. He is a caregiver to an amazing dog, who also enjoys stories.
At the DVISD Child Development Center, we believe that we are starting children off from a place of goodness. We named our lil’ dragon Declan, because it means, “from goodness.” From this place of happiness and joy, we provide our children with cognitive, social-emotional, physical and linguistic development so they can be successful throughout their educational careers.
Declan the Dragon says,
“We’re on Fire for Our Futures!”