Summer Camps

Our summer campers enjoyed making new friends and gaining new skills in our science, art, drama, and manners themed camps. Their days were filled with learning activities, social interaction, and hands on learning. We will be closed for the summer and look forward to gearing up for the 2017-2018 school year! Follow us on our Facebook page for fun experiment ideas, memories from the 2016-2017 school year, and announcements/reminders for the Fall!


Congratulations to our Graduates

Our class graduations included bridges, diplomas, slideshows… even capes! Tears, smiles and cheers filled the rooms as we celerated our 4 and 5 year old students’ last day before moving on to Kindergarten with their families. We are so proud of how they have grown this year and know they are ready to soar towards their new learning endeavors. To our graduates: We will miss all of you and you all will always have a special place in our hearts! 

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Hooray for May & Field Day!

May is here and the weather is perfect for obstacle courses, crab walks, cornhole, popsicles….and of course bubbles! Our parent volunteers did an incredible job of planning 6 engaging and entertaining stations for the classes to rotate around the field. All of their hard work and hearty efforts produced an action packed day of exercise and fun in the sun! Check out some highlights below.



Closing Up Shop for Easter

Our Pandas and Frogs classes made their last sales for the Easter season! One of their centers this month was a Flower Shop, where they were able to pretend to be different employees of the business. Our children took turns in product development, delivery, and customer service! They had a great time selling their flowers in plastic vases using paper dollars and plastic credit cards.



Spring has Sprung!

Spring has sprung with new life as our children are getting to see the stages of growth in action! Our Otters class watched as their lima beans grew over the course of two weeks and how the flowers in their classroom garden are starting to grow. Our Transitional Kindergarten class planted “Funky Vegetables” and are anticipating the growth of purple carrots and tiger striped tomatoes!