Give To The Max Day
November 16, 2017
Give to the Max Day has turned into Minnesota’s giving holiday. It is a special 24-hour period to highlight the work and worth of nonprofits and schools all across Minnesota, and a day for generous Minnesotans to give back what they can to the causes and organizations that mean the most to them.
Simply visit https://givemn.org/organization/411250693-19178 to donate to Como Early Learning Center!
November 22, 2017 CLOSED FOR STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY
November 23, 2017 CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
November 24, 2017 CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING
November 27, 2017 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm Conferences
December 6, 2017 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Board Meeting
Room B at CELC
Pizza and child care are provided
Our parents say:
My daughter has been at CELC since she was 18 months old, and we have been blown away by the quality of care and education she’s received. The staff members are warm, knowledgeable and fun, and they do a great job communicating with us about her day-to-day activities and overall development. She’s naturally shy but has become so much more comfortable with other kids and has really come out of her shell thanks to her experience at school. Not a day goes by that I don’t feel thankful we snagged a spot in this wonderful school — it’s a terrific value and I recommend it to everyone I know with small kids.
I cannot say enough good things about CELC. My daughter has been in Room A for over a year and I’m extremely pleased with the treatment and education she has received. Her teachers and assistant teachers consistently go above and beyond expectations to make sure our daughter is doing the best she can.
In addition to those in her classroom, the rest of the teachers and staff are always extremely friendly and willing to help out. The school really feels like a close-knit community, one where each and every child is supported by all members of the school.
We had a fantastic experience with CELC! Our son was in room A for 2 years. We went through all the stages of doubt and worries that come with putting your firstborn in the hands of other people. The “other people” turned out to be the most loving, inspiring, creative caretakers we could have wished for. CELC taught our son crucial life lessons such as how to be a good friend, how to grow tomatoes, how to share toys, how to wash hands, and how to observe bugs. They taught him that it’s okay for boys to love unicorns and pink, that creativity matters more than toys, and that being kind is more important than being first. As parents, we learned that the most important part of education are committed, well educated, loving teachers. We have moved from Minneapolis to Boston to Finland and seen a lot of schools/early learning centers since. We can truthfully say that CELC is hard to beat.