Complete Early Childhood Education For All Families, Including Health, Nutrition & Family Support Services For Children Six Weeks To Five Years Old
What's Happening at CLC
In their Author Study of Maurice Sendak, students recreated the story, “Where the Wild Things Are.”
This class created the environment by making Max’s boat, painting the background and making the characters in the story.
Students acted out the story and while #socialdistancing and each got a chance to play Max in his special boat.
A big THANK YOU to PepsiCo Finance Control for a generous book donation. Our students are enjoying the new stories very much!
In this photo, the teacher is reading “Hair Love” by Matthew A. Cherry.
Our students are learning about transportation!
They built a train, a railroad crossing and a train station to go along with stories on different types of transportation.
Our students did an author study on Maurice Sandak, complete with lots of reading and projects!
We are honored to be named the Best Friend to Children by Moffly Media from Light a Fire 2020 for our Project 26 work.
For 8 weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic, we provided reliable and safe childcare to the children of healthcare workers without any children or staff getting sick.
Congratulations to our team for their heroic efforts!
See us on page 63 of Stamford Magazine, here.
Students are learning about what a community is and all the people who make it cleaner, safer and better!
Each child is taking on a different role in the classroom community.
The dramatic play area has become a doctor’s office, the block area is now a construction zone, the writing table is the post office and the book area is a library.
Congratulations to our board member and 2019 honoree Thasunda Brown Duckett for this great interview!
corner office With a passion for increasing financial literacy and a gift for establishing personal relationships, Ms. Duckett has had a meteoric rise through corporate America. Thasunda Duckett, poses for a portrait at the JP Morgan Chase midtown office in Manhattan.
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.