November Newsletter Eaton Rd. Site

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November 2017 C.C.C.C. Eaton Newsletter

This month’s theme is Friends and Family! The color for the month is RED!

Special Days :

November 15 Chase Birthday

November 17    Harvest Lunch/PJ/Movie Day

November 23,24   Center Closed

November 24th    Madison Birthday

November 30  Red Day… Wear RED to school


-This month our center will be closed the 23rd-24th of November.

-The weather is changing! Please send warm clothes with your child to keep in their cubby in case of accidents. Warm jackets and sweaters are also a suggestion.

Please label everything!

Thank You for your cooperation!

Teacher Position open at the Eaton Road Center!

25 to 30 hours a week, Monday – Friday.

Must be eligible for an Associate teacher permit or a higher level permit and willing to apply for the permit immediately.

Must have knowledge of the Desired Results System of Assessment.

Must have at least 12 units of ECE including core classes (child development, child/family/community, and programs/curriculum) plus 50 plus days of 3+ hours per day within the past 2 years.

For questions or more information contact:

Sue McGuire: (530) 891-5363 or Celina Martinez: (530) 343-9349

CCCC Wins Two $1000 Grants

Chico Community Childrens Center won 2 – $1,000 grants for their kids gardens. If you have school gardens check out this site.

Many of us in the teaching field, and the kids we work with, have always felt that being in the garden can lift our mood. Is it the sunshine and outdoors? Find out more from CSGN
California School Garden Network.

We are planning a Family Fun Garden Day for the Spring to celebrate and install high tunnels or hoop houses, explore composting options, and do general makeovers for our kids gardens at both the Elm and Eaton Rd Centers.

Volunteers Make A Difference!

Volunteers are major resources to our programs over the years.


Nothing is as personal and helpful as hands on help. Last Sunday folks from the Center for Spiritual Living in Chico spent a service day working on projects at our Elm Center, repairing the children’s library books, cleaning up and spreading chips in our garden, and painting our rug room and entry way. The teachers got to work on Monday and stood in the center of it all mumbling “It is beautiful!”

Especially want to thank the painters who put in double duty (over 4 hours)to apply up to 3 coats of paint that really brightened our AfterSchool Programarea. A wonderful job, and big THANK YOU!