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.
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
Are you or someone you know a Head Start/Early Head Start parent, a former student, volunteer, staff or friend and going to college next fall? If so contact me to find out how you can get a scholarship packet and applications for $500 scholarships through Region VI Head Start. Contact Karla Ohlson at 870-886-6088 or come by 702 State St for more information.
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
Thank you so much to the parent who had postal shirts made and donated for our students to enjoy while studying “Mail & Friendship Unit.”
The Friendly Fox class had a special guest read stories today. Thank you, Mrs. Joann for the kids greatly enjoyed it!
Piggott Child Development Center celebrated Valentine’s Day with a Family Learning Party.
The Eager Elephants discussed last week about what they could do with their cardboard box. They made a plan and this week created a masterpiece!! Each side and each end is something different including furniture inside! Great job Eager Elephants!!
We are sad to announce the passing of Ms. Ruby Killian. Ms. Ruby has been part of our family since 1983. She worked as a family service worker up until her illness. Ms. Ruby was a passionate and committed advocate for young children, tirelessly working to ensure that they had appropriate support in order to allow them to succeed in school and in life. She was