Family Newsletter

Happy New Year Browncroft Families!


In a blink, 2017 has passed and we've turned the calendar to 2018!

2018 is a special year—we mark the 52nd anniversary of the Browncroft! In 1966, the Browncroft opened right here on Atlantic Avenue. The main building was formerly a bowling alley! The building was renovated and opened with just two children. As the Center grew, the Infant House was added, the before and after school program began, and the summer day camp started. Today, the Center comprises three buildings, two pavilions, and rests on nearly 5 acres of play yard space. 50 years later, thousands and thousands of children have come through the Center. We are proud to have generations of families graduate from the Browncroft. 

We thank you for allowing our family to be part of your family. You've welcomed us into your children's lives to help them grow, learn, and celebrate life's every day and special moments. In this time, when you have many options, we thank you for choosing us. THANK YOU.

Now, we look ahead to a wonderful 2018 filled with laughter, fun, and learning. 

January kicks off with celebrations around beloved children classics—Winnie the Pooh and Legos. Both have holidays named after them, and we'll do our best to honor them with books, games, buildings, and special activities. We also have Mozart's birthday in January, so we'll introduce some of his music to circle time—and of course, rest time!

As a reminder, all special events are posted on the parent info boards on both levels of the Center and class curriculum is posted on each classroom door.

Best wishes for the month ahead and stay warm! 

PARKING LOT SAFETY REMINDERS
We remind all our families, to please use extreme caution. No cars should be exiting the Center onto Atlantic Avenue. Atlantic Avenue entrance is one way into the Center. All cars should be exiting onto DeMaille Street. We also ask that you don't leave cars running in the parking lot. It is for the safety of all the children.

 Parent Notes

  • Our supply of extra clothes is running very low. If you have borrowed clothes from the Browncroft closet, please return them promptly. It's always a good idea to bring extra clothes as play can be messy sometimes.
  • As always, please inform the office of changes in phone numbers, work and home addresses. Help us to stay current with your contact information!

 

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