Here is what our parents have to say about us:
We can’t thank you enough for taking such good care of our daughters Caroline & Jacqueline over the past three years. They’ve learned from you, played with you, been comforted by you, and grown to care for you very much. Your efforts are very appreciated and we see your handiwork when we look at our bright and loving little girls. We always knew they were in very good hands with you. Thank you for your kindness, patience, and affection. We’ll miss you!
– Fondly, Chip and Lisa
Edu-Care has offered Grace a wholesome, creative and enriching environment that has continuously exceeded my expectations on every level. The staff are always ready with genuine smiles, hugs, kind words and creative activities and projects. I am continually amazed at the energy of the teachers, all of whom are immeasurable assets to the school. Grace will have left your care with the indelible mark of all the people who have loved and cared for her over the past three years. Grace will move on to kindergarten in the fall equipped with patience, empathy for others, communication skills, manners, self-assurance, kindness, a positive attitude and confidence. Thank you for all of the love and care over the past three years. Again, a most sincere and heartfelt thank you.
Educare has truly helped us to raise our children to be kind to others as well as to be respectful and considerate. What is taught in the classroom as well as on the playground is consistent among teachers and age levels. I believe the school’s philosophy, coupled with the programs and routine of activities, make for a winning formula for the students and their families. You are all forever in our hearts and deep in our souls. Lifelong hugs from all of us.
– Scott and Miriam
Thanks to Educare… our boys’ days have been filled with learning and singing and running and playing and laughing. Thanks to Educare… our family’s evenings and weekends have been filled with stories about each of the wonderful ladies; new books. new letters and new words; circle time; things for “sharing”; the big side vs. the little side; cubbies and which blankets to put in them; nappers vs. non- nappers; the playground, the tires., the alley, the grass area jump houses, splash days and banjo ladies; ice cream vs. brownies, otter pops vs. pop corn; pizza day vs every other day (Char1ie wants the recipe for Chicken Masserole); and the occasional visits to Mrs. Moulton office (or the fear thereof).