Category Archives: Black River Child Development Center

Black River Child Development Center September Newsletter

Dinner with Dad

Thank you to all our parents who came out for Dinner With Dad! We would also like to give a big thank you to Rick Tate for speaking about the importance of father engagement. Great evening at BRCDC!

Readers from Imboden Charter School

The Dino-Pal class at Black River Child Development Center would like to thank students from the Imboden Charter School who came and read Dr. Seuss books to the class.

Learning About Weather

When studying about weather, wind, and water, the Happy Hippos said they wanted to learn more about Rainbows. We did an experiment exploring the colors of a rainbow and how water freezes. Parents and children collected objects the colors of the rainbow so we could put them in a disposable pie pan with the matching colored water. We froze the water overnight then hung

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Mrs. Judy Swann Retires

After over 34 years as a BRAD employee, Judy Swann clocked out for the last time today. Her strong work ethic as a Center Director sets a very high standard and earned her the respect of every person she encountered. In her time at BRAD, she inspired and encouraged everyone to represent our program to the best of their ability. You could always count

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The Brilliant Bugs at BRECDC had a parade during music and movement today! 

BRCDC Collects for Alma Spikes Backpack Program

Our November Community Outreach Project was collecting food for the Backpack Program at Alma Spikes Elementary. We want to say thank you to all of our families for participating and helping us give back to the community!

Fire & Rescue

Mrs. Brittany’s Class at BRCDC would like to say thank you to Mr. Eddie and Mr. Daryl from the Pocahontas Fire Department for showing our class your fire and rescue trucks! These men were kind enough to show the students around the fire and rescue trucks as well as explain the use of some of their gear they use when on a call. They

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November Newsletter – BRCDC

BRCDC – October Newsletter