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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

Dear Families, At Early Steps Learning Center, we are guided by our purpose of looking out for people and always our first priority is the safety of our children, colleagues and community. As we monitor the ongoing developments and safety information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) we are following guidelines from public health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and our own operational preparedness plan to ensure the center’s continuity and fulfillment of services while working to protect the

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December Monthly Blog –

November Overview Last month we had a few exciting events, like the Family Feast before Thanksgiving. Check out these pictures we got of our happy turkeys! Holiday Hours and Events This month we will be adjusting our hours of operation for the holidays. Christmas Eve: 6:30 AM – 3:00 PM Christmas Day: CLOSED New Years Eve: 6:30 AM – 4:00 PM New Years Day: CLOSED But before we take our holiday breaks, we will be celebrating a year of good

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November Monthly Blog –

October Overview Now that the month of Halloween is wrapping up, we’d like to share all the fun, festive things we did to celebrate the season! We kicked things off with a Pumpkin Patch field trip, where students visited a local pumpkin patch to check out all the harvest season’s produce like gourds and apples. Friday, Oct 25th we held a carnival to raise funds for the Learning Center. At this event students from each class were tasked with creating

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October Monthly Blog – Welcome to Fall!

New at ESLC We have just one special event planned at Early Steps Learning Center for this month, and that would be our hiring event on Monday, October 14th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm! At this event we want to welcome childcare professionals of every experience level our team at Early Steps Learning Center, Richmond Heights and Wickliffe locations. Candidates should come prepared with a copy of their resume. Although that’s the only event for this month, there are

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Open House: Curriculum & Art Show

    ESLC OPEN HOUSE: Curriculum & Art Show October 9th at 27027 Chardon Road from 6-7:30pm October 11th at 1601 Drenik Drive from 6-7:30pm TBD at 468 Richmond Road    All ESLC Families are invited to attend a special night in your child’s classroom.  Experience your child’s day, learn about our Creative Curriculum and how it is implemented, talk with your child’s teacher about yearly educational goals, and enjoy your child’s artwork in our Art Exhibition.  We hope to

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Summer Camp Parent Meeting

Summer Camp Parent Meeting

  Have you registered for Summer Camp yet? Tomorrow, May 8th at 6pm is our Parent Meeting at the Richmond Rd location. Families that have registered will receive their Paperwork Packets and detailed information about the Camps. Haven’t registered yet? There is still time! Call our Centers: 27027 Chardon Road (Richmond Hts) (440) 944-2223 468 Richmond Road (Richmond Hts) (216) 381-4600 1601 Drenik Drive (Wickliffe) (440) 585-4500   or send in your Registration Request here: [si-contact-form form=’5′]  

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April Pinwheel Garden

Our hearts are broken for sweet Aniya of Euclid, who’s life was lost last month due to child abuse. We as a community have a responsibility to all children-  to do all we can to provide support that prevents abuse; to report signs of abuse to appropriate agencies; and to hold those agencies accountable. Below please keep scrolling below the photos of our Awareness Program for important Ohio programs and resources.   ESLC National Child Abuse Prevention Month Awareness Program

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heart health

Heart Health for our ESLC Family

February is Heart Health Month   Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. The good news? It is also one of the most preventable. Making heart-healthy choices, knowing your family health history and the risk factors for heart disease, having regular check-ups and working with your physician to manage your health are all integral aspects of saving lives from this often silent killer.   This month make a difference in your

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