Beginning on Monday, February 1, 2021, First Church Preschool will welcome its new Director, Jennifer DiCarlo. For the last six years, DiCarlo worked as a kindergarten teacher at Old Greenwich School. Prior to that, her extensive career in education included teaching positions at Cos Cob School, North Street School and Eagle Hill School. “We are … Read more
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Wed., January 27th, 7 – 8 pm on Zoom First Church Preschool’s Pre-K Program is specifically tailored to help children build the confidence, skills, independence, and knowledge necessary to ensure success in kindergarten. The curriculum has been designed to be challenging, developmentally appropriate, and delivered in a small class setting where children’s unique needs and … Read more
Support for families during the pandemic… When it Builds Up, Talk it Out The Department of Children and Families (DCF) partnered with United Way of Connecticut 2-1-1 and community providers to establish a “When it Builds Up, Talk it Out” campaign. Parents and caregivers who need someone to listen, to understand, and to talk your … Read more
On Monday, we had a “Drive By Visit With Our Teachers”. It was so great to visit (from a safe distance) with the children and families! We miss you and love you!
National Nanny Recognition Week is designed to bring awareness to the dedicated work nannies do, not for the money or perks, but for a true love of children. Do you have a beloved nanny who is a special part of your family? Learn more here: https://nnrw.org/ .
Our team is already hard at work putting together their classrooms and participating in important trainings such as this one on playground supervision. We are looking forward to a great year!
The children attending our summer program this week got to see and touch the variety of animals brought by “Pet Teacher”, Katherine, from Critter Caravan. There was a snake, a turtle, a lizard, a rabbit, and a chinchilla.
This is how we do Mud Day at our summer program…
Did you know Mud Day started as an international exchange of ideas, clothing, and friendship back in 2010? Learn more about the history of Mud Day and ways you can get in on the fun.
We are celebrating the beloved children’s author in our summer program by reading his books, making crafts related to his works, and even having a little puppet show! Here, teachers Barbara Andersen (left) and Lauren Impellizzeri (right), are using puppets to act out the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle while children … Read more