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National Reading Month

Access to books as a child is widely accepted as one of the two most important indicators of academic and lifetime success. It is also associated with positive behavioral, educational and psychological outcomes. Yet nearly two-thirds of low-income families do not own a single children’s book. ... Read more

Sesame Street In Communities ‘Connects the Dots’

Sesame Workshop, the non-profit educational organization behind Sesame Street, announced a major new initiative to offer help and hope to the growing number of young children across the United States who are experiencing homelessness. ... Read more

Working together to find what’s possible for homeless families

9/13/18- Horizons for Homeless Children knows that strong relationships lead to great outcomes, both in and outside the classroom. ... Read more

Employee Spotlight Miraidis

05/10/18- Miraidis, one of our preschool teachers, talks about her love of teaching since she was little and why she does it today. ... Read more

We use a TRAUMA-INFORMED, STRENGTHS-BASED, WHOLE-FAMILY approach. Our children learn through
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