Posted Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Loveland Early Childhood Center (LECC) transformed into a center for family learning Tuesday, Feb. 12, as students brought their nearest and dearest to class for an evening of crafts, word games and stories.
“It is an excellent way to build community within our school,” said Jill Hanson, LECC reading specialist. “This was our second family reading night; we had eight families participate, and all who attended were able to share the joy of reading together.”
“It is a more intimate setting for our parents to get a glimpse at how their children are learning,” said Kyle Bush, LECC principal. “This provides a unique opportunity for a first-hand classroom experience that many of our parents wouldn’t have time for during the morning or afternoon. I appreciate Mrs. Hanson’s efforts to make this event happen.”
Photo caption: LECC student Elijah Hester enjoys the family event with his mother and sister