Complete Early Childhood Education For All Families, Including Health, Nutrition & Family Support Services For Children Six Weeks To Five Years Old
CLC Westover celebrated winter family style with cozy pajamas, tasty treats and a special snowman craft project. Then they watched The Snowman movie together!
Congratulations to our friends from Edgehill Community for their Outstanding Volunteer Group award at today’s United Way of Western Connecticut‘s Stamford Volunteer Awards! They were honored for their work at CLC and we are very proud of them and our special intergenerational partnership! CLC’s own Carol Sargent was also recognized as an honorable mention for her work with Stamford Early Childhood Collaborative and Stamford School Readiness Council!
We celebrated the feeling of being HAPPY – as represented by the color yellow on our The RULER Approach mood meters! 😀 😃 😄
Today is the last day at CLC for friend and colleague Lucia Mendieta, who is retiring after 24 years working in family services. She will be fondly remembered for her kindness, compassion and thoughtfulness. Next stop for Lucia is Florida! Congratulations and best of luck for an awesome retirement!
When families come to CLC they receive comprehensive education, meals and 12-month care. Every day, we help nearly 1,000 young children, more than any organization in Southwestern Connecticut.
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We are featured in a fantastic Stamford Advocate article! It has awesome pictures of CLC children and our friends from Edgehill Community, who accompanied us on a field trip to Bruce Museum last week. Check it out!
The gathering at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich was the first joint trip between kids from the Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County and seniors from the Edgehill community – two Stamford-based organizations that have become strong partners in recent months.
We officially launched our Youth Board last week! Students from Brunswick School’s Edwards Campus at King Street and Greenwich Academy make up our 2016 board, which was created to encourage community service and introduce students to the importance of early childhood education, nonprofit organizations and philanthropy. Thanks to State Sen. Carlo Leone, Stamford Mayor David Martin’s Chief of Staff Michael Pollard and Stamford Public Schools Assistant Superintendent-Elementary Dr. Tamu Lucero for attending!
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