Month: March 2017

Helping Reluctant Readers

The development of good reading skills in early childhood is the best predictor of future academic and financial success. The earlier kids learn to read, the better. The challenge is, not to teach kids to read, but to create an environment where kids will learn to love reading.

Sign Up for the Dance Showcase

Do you like to dance? Then sign up for the Dance Showcase on April 21! No matter what grade you’re in, we’d love to have you. No tryouts! Registration fee includes costumes. Sign up by March 31.

Finding the Right Fit for Your Child’s Special Needs

March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. A lot has changed in the 30 years since Ronald Reagan proclaimed the first Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in 1987. The main change has come in education which, until fairly recently, had no cohesive plan for teaching the developmentally disabled.

Let the Good Times Roll at Our Spring Enrollathon

Enrolling in school has never been so much fun! On Friday, March 24, from 5-8 p.m., Heritage’s Spring Enrollathon will have bounce castles, food trucks, pony rides, game booths, circus performers, and much, much more. It’s all FREE with a re-enrollment packet.