We are 1 day away from our FREE Webinar: "Keeping it Together: Online Learning, Stress, and Parenting in the Midst of the Pandemic" on March 27, Saturday, 10AM via Zoom.


At the end of the session, parents are expected to be able to better identify and share best practices for parenting amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.


If you haven’t signed up to join yet, access the registration form here: http://bit.ly/CLCParentsWebinar


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Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays were days Alice really looked forward to. She’d wake up early, get dressed and would always be excited and happy. The online classes were a treat for her because she’d get to see her friends and teacher. The learning, was a bonus! She enjoyed art, math, story time, and reading. I’m happy to report that she improved her reading during the quarantine - and I believe the online classes encouraged her to keep learning!


With all the uncertainty happening, it was the best thing we had for her all summer. In fact, she missed it when it ended and even asked us when she’d go back to school!

We’re so grateful to CLC for this.



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“Mom, do you know the life cycle of a butterfly? It starts as an egg, then it will be a caterpillar. It will stay in the cocoon then it will be a butterfly!” – Pepper, 3y/o

“Mom, do you know that how you treat other people is like giving them the permission how to treat you?” – Ginger, 5y/o

These are the things I never expected to hear from my daughters when they were at that age, especially when they can hardly say the word “yellow” or “fiesta” at that time. But these are the times that I know, we as parents, have done something right. Did I teach them that? Nope. Did they hear it from their Dad? Also, nope. So what credit am I taking? That we decided to enroll them at CLC.

During this challenging time for everyone, CLC has helped us ease into the new normal. A few weeks after the declaration of ECQ, they offered summer online classes. This has relieved a bit of weight from us parents – how we can guide our kids to adapt to the current situation, have a preview of how things will be from now on (hopefully for the meantime), and just basically, have someone else be there for them. The classes were done in different interactive approaches – storytelling, arts and crafts, and games. Teachers are very engaging, attentive, and patient. Did I already mention very patient?

I think most parents will agree when I say that we want a good head start for our children, and finding a preschool where the kids would feel welcomed, secured, and cared for, is very important. Not only the kids, but also the parents. Most of the time, parents guide their children in choosing the right friends, but sometimes your children help you find your tribe. They say that it takes a village to raise a kid, and we are glad that we have found our village in CLC, through the teachers, staff, and co-parents.

Surely, we are happy at CLC, happy they’re here with us. Because learning at CLC is definitely more than ABCs and 1-2-3!

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