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Parent Reminders

The hours of operation will go back to 6am to 6pm starting August 7th

We ask that your child is here by 10 am daily. If your child will be absent or later than 10 am we ask that you please notify us so that we can plan accordingly for staff and meals for the day. Thank you for your cooperation.




Jarod M.—August 2 (VPK)
Carter J.—August 6 (T2)
 Kyrel D.—August 9 (SA)
Myalin C.—August 10 (SA)
Kyra H. —August18 (PS)
Josiani M.— August 23 (VPK)
Isabelle L.—August 30 (SA)

The Community Children's Center News




Attention Parents: Remember to check your August calendar, there are still a few fun activities left before the new school year begins!

Open House-594789-edited.jpgWednesday, August 2nd We will be having our Center Wide & VPK Open House from 4:30—6:00pm.  Hope to see you there.

FREE Southern SnoBalls sno-cone for those who attend! They will arrive at 5 pm!

Thursday, August 10th First day of class for VPK 2017-2018 school year. We welcome all new students to our center, wishing you all a great school

Thank you for choosing our school for your Early Childhood Educational needs!



Summer's been great--swimming in the neighborhood pool, playing until dark, going to bed late at night, sleeping in every morning. Now, in a very short time, the routine has to change. What can you do now to make going back to school a pleasure, not a nightmare of nagging and yelling, delaying and dawdling?

Here are some tips for back to school:

• Start getting kids in bed early. Begin a week before school gets underway. You can't force them to sleep, but you can see they're snuggled in bed looking at books. Lay out the clothes for the next day and lunch too.

• Get yourself up and ready first. If you work outside the home, this step is crucial. All goes more smoothly those first days when you're available to guide your children each step of the way.    

Remember your goal: You want your children up and out the door on time, and to move securely through the school day so each can reach his/her academic potential.


Cheap ideas to try at home with your little ones!

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Use any old box and poke holes in it. From the inside tie a knot on the ribbon or string and pull it through the box. Tie the other end and enjoy tugging at the strings.



Make a robot out of recyclable loose parts found around your house.





Practicing your fine motor skills with pipe cleaners and a colander.




Florida’s sales tax holiday for school supplies is August 4-6th this year. During that weekend, clothes, shoes and bags that cost $60 or less are tax-free, as well as school supplies that cost $15 ore less and computer that cost $750 or less.


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"Served as a light, refreshing warm weather snack, or as an accompaniment to brunch, these English muffin, strawberry and pineapple treats are delicious."



2 English muffins, split
1 (8 ounce) container pineapple yogurt
3/4 cup sliced fresh strawberries
3/4 cup drained crushed pineapple


Lightly toast the English muffin halves in a toaster. Spread each half with pineapple yogurt. Top each half with strawberries and pineapple. Serve while English muffins are still warm.

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 Check out the calendar. There is an activity you can do at home with your child every day of the month!


"Everything we do improves the lives of children.”  

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