If you have a child entering Kindergarten in Wethersfield in the fall who has never been to preschool, Wethersfield offers a FREE two week introduction to kindergarten class for the child and a parent/caregiver. Sign ups are happening NOW – to enroll, click HERE.
For more information, see the flyer below or call Kimberly Bobin, Family & Early Childhood Coordinator at 860-721-2885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located at 88 Executive Square in Wethersfield, The Learning Experience has programs for kids ages 6 weeks through 6 years. The foundation of The Learning Experience® was built on three key educational and care principles: cognitive, physical, and social; or as we say at TLE®, “learn, play, and grow!”
LEARN Core Academic Skills. Our proprietary L.E.A.P.® (Learning Experience Academic Program) guarantees children will graduate TLE® with exceptional core academic skills that will start them on the path to a bright future. At TLE®, we know each child develops at their own pace, so our curriculum is designed to provide experiences for children that promote academic competency along with a mastery of developmental tasks, no matter what learning stage they are in.
PLAY Fitness and Healthy Lifestyle Skills. At TLE®, children are taught to engage in a variety of controlled and safe activities that encourage them to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle at an early age. Healthy food choices are provided daily while our teachers foster an awareness of proper nutrition.
GROW Life and Comfort Skills. TLE® embraces important practical and real-world matters that most other early learning institutions often ignore. Our proprietary Philanthropy Program lays the foundations for children to become respectful and well-mannered people by teaching them the value of selflessness, sharing and giving.
The Learning Experience is now offering tours for families – call 860-785-8889 to schedule a visit.
Winter & Spring Program Registration: Registration will begin Wednesday, January 8, 2020 for residents and Thursday, January 9, 2020 for non-residents. You may access the brochure on our website at http://wethersfieldct.gov/recreation. Brochure includes Parks and Recreation programs, Senior Center programs, Keane on Kids After School programs and Social and Youth Services. You may register online, by mail, or in person. Online registration enables you to know immediately that you are registered for the desired class. Forms received by mail or in person in the office will be processed randomly. Registration forms will be accepted one week prior to start of registration. Fax or phone registrations are not accepted. To register online you must become a registered household. You can set up your household by registering online at https://wethersfieldct.gov/recreation. Once your household is entered in the database, you will receive a user name and password by the next business day to begin registering online. Payment with online registration may be made by MasterCard, VISA or Discover credit or debit card. Registration forms submitted by mail or in person must include payment. Contact Parks and Recreation for financial assistance.
WECC’s Annual Meeting will take place on October 29, 2019 at the Pitkin Community Center, 30 Greenfield Street, Wethersfield. Dinner is served at 5:30 p.m. with the program beginning at 6:00. Childcare is free and available upon request. We hope you can join us!
A Series of Community Conversations OUR FIRST DISCUSSION TOPIC: HOW TRAUMA AFFECTS OUR COMMUNITY
PITKIN COMMUNITY CENTER
Join us for our first gathering to address community-wide concerns and promote meaningful change in the future. Sandrine Harris and Vamsi Koneru (Copper Beech Institute) will facilitate this educational experience around healing while discussing how our bodies react to traumatic events affecting our community. This first event provides the foundation necessary to have open dialogue with friends and neighbors.