School-age students enrolled in LVCC's South Mountain location spent the morning reading "The Crab Man" by by Patricia E. Van West and Cedric Lucas. Not only did the book teach a lesson about courage but it encouraged the students to learn more about Jamaica and hermit crabs.
Mrs. Heimbach visited LVCC at Truman School today with her furry friend, Irwin, to talk to the children about the important work of seeing eye dogs. Mrs. Heimbach is a Puppy Raiser for the Seeing Eye. Visits like this one are important for Irwin, because he needs to be socialized to learn how to be around people in public places.
Our friends from PBS visited LVCC's Fowler Center today to tape a segment for TEMPO! The segment is scheduled to air February 5th at 7:30 PM on PBS. We'd like to extend our appreciation to our friends from PBS, Fowler Center staff, students and parents for their participation. We'd also like to send an extra special thank you to Janet and Colleen for their willingness to be interviewed. Excellent job!
LVCC's Judith Chase Early Learning Center has renewed their NAEYC Accreditation!Congratulations to Karen Nichols, Helen Stovall, and the dedicated staff at LVCC's Early Learning Center (ELC) who received news that the center's accreditation status will be renewed by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The renewal is effective through 2015.
The hardworking staff at ELC also received several commendations for their work -- including a PERFECT SCORE in program standards and exemplary scores in every evaluation area.
Receiving accreditation is a difficult and time-consuming process, so please join me in congratulating the staff at ELC on their success.