Monthly Archives: April 2012
All 7 of our Day Nursery locations are taking part in the national celebration of the Week of the Young Child. We will wrap up the week with 143 of our teachers attending the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Childrenconference at the Indiana Convention Center on Saturday.
In most centers teachers set out special activities in the hallway outside their rooms for parents to do with their children at pick up time. It’s our version of “stopping to smell the roses”—spending a few quality moments in a learning activity with your child–nothing better than that.
Parent and child activity at the Federal Center
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Simona De Silvestro visited preschoolers in the Day Nursery Northwest Center in April to read to them and to learn more about our mission to provide quality early childhood education.
We’re only 3 weeks away from our new fundraiser Race Into Reading which will be held Wednesday May 9 in Indianapolis. Indy Car driver Simona De Silvestro will be the honorary chair of the event which will be held at The Riverwalk in Broad Ripple. Ticket information can be found online or you can call our office at 636-9197 ext. 222 to charge your tickets by phone. Calling all Indy Car fans! This is a great chance to spend two hours talking racing and support a great cause. Support of the Day Nursery Race Into Reading event will help low-income children from 250 Indianapolis families have access to a literacy-rich environment and a great early childhood education through the Day Nursery Tuition Assistance Scholarship fund.
Ms. Kesha’s Preschool 1 classroom at the Day Nursery Federal Center has been learning about the US Mail this week. They wrote letters to the person of their choice…mostly mommys and daddys, but also siblings that don’t live at their house with them. The class rode in the wagon today to mail them at the post office a block away from the center.