On Saturday September 27th, 35 volunteers from Lord of Life Lutheran Church and George Mason University’s Campus Catholic Ministry visited Main Street.
Welcome to the October 2014 edition of the Main Street Connection, our Director’s Monthly Report to Main Street parents. We’re ready to “leaf” our Back-to-School jitters behind and “fall” into a season of adventure and learning! Click here to read the Newsletter! Upcoming Field Trip! Oct. 16: Rainbows & Butterflies; Oct. 23: Sunshines & Dolphins We’ll […]
Greetings! We’d like to extend a big welcome to all of our families as we begin an enriching and exciting new school year with your children at Main Street Child Development Center. Each new school year we watch enthusiastic new and returning preschoolers arrive to school skipping down the hallways to their classrooms. Please be […]
Summer learning loss in reading disproportionately affects low-income students, who lose up to two months of progress made during the school year; their higher-income peers make gains. This summer, Cox Communications donated $4,000 to enhance Main Street’s literacy efforts. Cox’s contribution helped to purchase books and provide literacy-based enrichment activities for students. Cox employees visited Main […]
Main Street’s Circus is a fun-filled, family-oriented event. It serves the additional purpose of demonstrating student gains in creative expression and literacy skills, which are developed through arts enrichment activities. Over the summer, children also develop motor skills in the program through physical activities.
Mayor Scott Silverthorne joined Cox Communications’ JD Myers to present a check to Main Street on June 27th. Recognizing the impact of summer learning loss, Cox Communications has partnered with Main Street Child Development Center to expose students to a quality summer program that incorporates consistent enrichment activities with academic rigor.