The ‘Kidz in Bloom’ program has been developed by Kiddie Kollege to teach the importance of community to children. As part of the curriculum experience, giving back to community is one of the many qualities valued by Kiddie Kollege in its mission to emphasize the social development of students as intrinsic to a complete educational experience.
Kiddie Kollege children spent the last two weeks making Valentine’s Day cards for the residents of the Golden Acres Nursing Home in Amherst, Good Samaritan Skilled Nursing Home in Avon, the Knickerbocker Apartments in Bay Village, O’Neill Healthcare Bradley Bay (Kid’s Club) and O’Neill Healthcare North Ridgeville.
All were so excited to create and make someone’s day special! Barbara Gardner, President of the Bradley Bay Resident Association, and Josephine, a resident at the Knickerbocker, were also all smiles as the Kiddie Kollege students stopped by with a big box of Valentine’s Day cards last Thursday and Friday. Plans were made to leave the cards at dinner places for all the residents to enjoy.
At the core of Kiddie Kollege is a passion to raise well rounded children who believe not only in themselves but also a strong sense of community. The Kiddie Kollege educational approach supports children in practicing compassion, listening, respect, leadership and a love of learning.
Kiddie Kollege is a family of award winning Pre-Schools and Daycare centers, conveniently located in Avon, Bay Village, Amherst and North Ridgeville.