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Danette Mullen - Site Director

Melissa Bevans - Assistant Director

Our Other  Center 

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March is here, and Spring is not too far behind!
Besides Celebrating St. Patrick's Day and All the March 
Birthdays, We are also Starting Our Summer Enrollment!
Hope the Luck O' The Irish follow all of you!

R=Respect     E=Empathy    A=Affection    L=Love
Helping young children to develop a strong sense of empathy is beneficial because: It helps them to build a sense of security and stronger relationships with other children and educators, positioning them well for learning. It encourages tolerance and acceptance of others. It promotes good mental health. Here at Dianne Adair@Highlands, we are starting a new program called "Keep It Real" everyday at group time we will do some fun Empathy promoting games and activities, and, our staff will be implementing some Fun Crafts and
activities to also help promote a sence of Empathy.
Dianne Adair@Highlands is a                      Bully Free Zone!
Snowden is our resident Albino
Guinea Pig- He's A sweet boy who likes to "Chirp" a lot!

We will Begin The Summer/Fall 2019-20 Enrollment starting March 1st 2019