Designated Early Closings

The Center will close early on five days during the year, to give the teaching staff an opportunity to hold staff meetings and participate in professional development opportunities.  On these days, the Center will close at 4 p.m. and the entire teaching staff will meet in one of the large classrooms.  Student Classroom Aides and Practicum students will remain with the children until all children have been picked up.  Your child would, therefore, be able to stay until our normal closing time, if necessary.  We appreciate your understanding and hope that this does not pose an inconvenience.  You will be reminded of the early closing dates shortly before they occur.

Center will close at 4 p.m. for one day in:   October, December, February, April and June.  Exact dates will be given to families at least two weeks in advance.

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