Message from our Principal, Nicole Johnson

Week of the Young Child

Week of the Young Child is April 16-20th. See the list of activities we put together to help celebrate our children!

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March Parent Meeting

SAVE THE DATE FOR OUR FOLLOWING PARENT MEETING WHEN: THURSDAY, APRIL 12TH On Thursday, March 8th Green Bay Early Childhood Center (GBECC) hosted their monthly Parent Meeting where two sessions were available for families; first session from 1:30-2:30 PM and second session from 5:00 -6:00 PM. Dr. Chinni Chilamkurti presented the topic: Taking Care of…

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Green Bay Early Childhood Center – Winter Festival

On Thursday, February 16, the North Chicago Community Partners (NCCP) and the Green Bay Early Childhood Center (GBECC) hosted Winter Festival for GBECC students and their families. In celebration of all things “February” the three themes for the evening were Black History Month, Valentine’s Day and Winter and, through a variety of hands-on activities, students…

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National Literacy Month

In honor of National Literacy Month, the team at the Green Bay Early Childhood Center and NCCP worked together to organize a few initiatives to foster a love of reading, both at school and at home!   Literacy Bag/Reading Log– As literacy month kicked-off, NCCP donated a literacy bag for each GBECC student to take…

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Fire Prevention Week

In October, we had the North Chicago Fire Department talked to the children about fire prevention/safety. Did you know… Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire, the tragic 1871 fire that left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 acres. The fire began on October 8, but continued…

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Neither snow nor rain nor heat…

Karen is the name of the kind Mail lady who made the experience happen for these Green Bay students. They delivered their first letter and were very excited. The activity was part of their Ezra Jack Keats Author’s Study and his book “A Letter to Amy”. Some children were able to write their own letters…

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Green Bay Vision Statement
We believe that a partnership between parents and staff fosters our children’s school success by giving parents an opportunity for input and collaboration. In our safe and nurturing environment, children will have enriching experiences that build self confidence, encourage curiosity and promote problem solving. We will strive to develop school readiness skills which encompass social emotional, literacy, math, physical, cognitive and creative abilities.
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