Our tiny little caterpillars have cocooned! We watch them every day and can sometimes see them moving! We should have butterflies by next week!
Provider Appreciation Day 5/12
As a veteran teacher and administrator (over 30 years in early childhood education!), I want to express my deepest respect and gratitude to all the hard working early education teachers and staff at our center:
Miss Nicole, 12 years with us in the toddler room, is the most reliable and dependable teacher a director could want!
Miss Inna, 10 years in the infant room, knows the baby's every need, and meets them with love and affection.
Miss Sejal, 8 months in the infant room, is a calm, nurturing presence, whose positive attitude reflects in the happy classroom.
Miss Sarah, our newest team member in the toddler room (and where ever else we need her!) is full of fun and energy.
Miss Parveen, 1.5 years in the preschool room, brings a happy smile and fun activities every day to her classroom.
Miss Himanee, 6 months in the pre-k room, knows how to challenge our eager learners, and shows her love and devotion to the children through her calm and guiding character.
Miss Allison, our afternoon floater, comes in every day after high school and devotes her time to loving and playing with the children, always willing to go and to do what's needed.
And our wonderful center owners, Rita and Michael, who truly appreciate all we do, and runs the business with genuine respect and care of the staff, children, and parents who make the center what it is.
Thanks, again, to all of you!
Our jungle slime was a hit with the school agers! They enjoyed the imaginative play, along with the fine motor, cooperation, and problem solving activities involved. Made with clear glue, liquid startch and water, with some green food coloring added for effect. Sensory experiences still vital to elementary aged children!