Reminders about Safety

Good afternoon CCC Families,

We wanted to send out a friendly reminder regarding Center Operating Policies, page 6 of The Parent Handbook:

Sign-in, sign-out: Each day your child(ren) must be brought into the classroom by an adult. As mandated by State Law, the adult must sign his/her full name on the sign-in sheet. The same is also required at pick-up time. Only adults who are authorized on the emergency cards will be allowed to pick up any child. Please make sure that a teacher knows when your child has arrived or is leaving.

Gates: It is imperative that all doors and gates be closed and latched behind you when you enter or leave the center. Children may not enter or exit the program without an adult in attendance. We strongly recommend holding your child’s hand when entering the parking lot. Please do not allow them to run ahead of you.

As the evenings are lighter, we realize it is more inviting to hang out on the yards at pick up.  We want to remind you that the school closes at 5:30pm.  Children should be with their parents making their way out of the center at this time.

Please also remember to move slowly and carefully when entering and driving in our parking lot. There are often children present and they are not always easy to see. Be mindful and move cautiously!

Thank you,

The CCC Administrative Team

Celebrating ECSTEM 2018!

ECSTEM 2018 was a huge success! With your support we welcomed over 600 attendees from multiple states and several countries, and held over 40 workshops!

We are lucky every year to collaborate with multiple vendors in the early childhood field that bring their products to the conference to showcase. Several of these vendors donate (or offer at an extremely reduced rate) their floor models for the CCC to bring back directly to our classrooms. Below are a few of our new pieces received this year!

We were proud to have our one and only Julia Greer, aka “roller blade mom”  join us this year for a fabulous discussion that left the audience energized and inspired. Thank you Julia!

We also wanted to reach out and say thank you to our parent community for your continuing support of our work in introducing STEM concepts to the world of early childhood education! We know that school closure days can be inconvenient so we are so grateful to offer this day to our teachers to attend the conference and grow as professionals. We hope you will see the influence of their experience in the classroom and the benefit that professional development has on our community.

Thanks again,

Susan and the CCC Staff