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Our Centers now have iPads! All classes ages 2 and up are allotted a certain amount of screen time on a daily basis for the children’s educational use.

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We would like to say Congratulations to our 2013 Graduates! Visit our “Graduation Blog” to see some of our recent Grads on their big day.

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Congratulations to our Northeast Raleigh location on earning their North Carolina 4-Star License!

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We are happy to inform our families that all Children’s Academy locations are equipped with cribs that meet the New Federal Crib Safety Standards.
Children’s Academy, Spring Forest, Raleigh was selected to work with The Lucy Daniels Center Social and Emotional Early Development (SEED) project.  After a year of participation, “Children’s Academy scored in the high range and showed improvement in their scores after receiving the SEED training! This demonstrates how well Children’s Academy teachers were able to apply new understandings and skills that they gained through their work with the SEED project.” (Theresa Sterlina, SEED Project Administrator, 2014)
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Lisa Baker, Candidate for NC House, District 36, visited Children’s Academy on November 1, 2012. Sally Rojas, Director, alongside Pam Dowdy, Smart Start Executive Director, walked Lisa around and spoke with her about the impact that Early Childhood Education has on children. View our Blog Pictures from the visit here!
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Many thanks to Tina Ferrell, our Spring Forest Road Director, who was featured in Wake County’s Smart Start November 2011 Newsletter. Below is an excerpt from the article:
Wake County Smart Start’s Building Blocks Monthly:
November 2011
Newsletter for Wake County Child Care Providers
“Tina Ferrell, director of Children’s Academy on Spring Forest Road, participated in an information session at WCSS with Matt Gross from the North Carolina Partnership for Children (NCPC) and Connie Wilson, lobbyist. She shared information about the Quality Enhancement and Maintenance initiatives and shared her facility’s story on improving their quality and star rating. She offered a genuine perspective and her passion for children was evident in all she shared.”
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Congratulations to Sally Rojas, Director of our West Cary School, who was recognized for her community involvement in Wake County’s Smart Start December 2011 Newsletter. Below is a portion of the article:
Wake County Smart Start’s Building Blocks Monthly:
December 2011 Newsletter for Wake County Child Care Providers
Sally Rojas, Director of Children’s Academy in Cary welcomed Representative Jennifer Weiss for a visit on 12/14/11. Representative Weiss toured the facilities, interacted with the children, and met with parents as they picked up their children. She even read a story to a group of four-year-olds at the school! View Representative Weiss Photo Gallery
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