Classroom News

Butterfly Infant


The first day of school was successful! We had a great time during our circle time. We were able to get to know each other. We enjoyed singing, listening to music, picture reading and the individual interaction, even our morning exercise made us giggle and smile. Our babies had a great time learning about “going to school”. In September we are going to get to know more about ourselves by sharing self portraits. The babies had a fantastic time riding on the buggies out-side. We welcome all new infants to come and play with us.

Ms. Deborah
Ms. Charlean

Grasshopper Twos


Welcome! Back To School Week was very busy for the Twos! We went over our letters, numbers (1-10), shapes, and colors. We also read several books, sang, danced, and played instruments. We look forward to more learning in September as we get to know “All about me”!

Ms. Andrea

VPK News


We are so excited that our new school year has begun. We are off to a fantastic start! All of our children have been arriving on time and are enjoying their classrooms, teachers and new friends. We have been establishing our routines, discovering our centers, and having fun. We read “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom” and created alphabet trees! We look forward to a wonderful year with you all.

Mrs. Michelle, VPK A/B
Ms. Patty, VPK A/B
Ms. Lisa, VPK C
Mrs. Coffin, VPK C

Busy Bee Ones

Busy Bees/Ones

This year the Toddler’s will explore art, music, puzzles, games, and social time at Parks’ Places Learning Center. We look forward to having for your child in our safe, yet stimulating environment. We will cover all of the necessary areas to prepare your child for the Two’s classroom.

Ms. Natalie
Ms. Olivette

Pawsomes Threes


Welcome aboard the 3’s classroom! We will be learning lots of cool things this year starting with letters, numbers, shapes and color recognition. We are having a exciting time in the 3’s classroom getting to know each other.

We are looking forward to learning with you!

Ms. Mincey

Important Reminders

Grandparent’s Day

Friday, September 9th



Open House

Thursday, September 15th

Fall Portraits

Friday, September 23rd

Strengthening Families: The Six Protective Factors

The protective factors help families increase the health and well-being of the children. This information is important making sure children are successful at home, in school and as adults later in life at work and in the community. Protective factors help families find resources, supports or coping strategies that help them to parent effectively, even under stress.

The Six Protective Factors:

  1. Nurturing and Attachment
  2. Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development
  3. Parental Resilience
  4. Social Connections
  5. Concrete Supports for Parents
  6. Social and Emotional Competence of Children


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