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Speaker Night: Choosing a Preschool: What Are Your Choices and How Does It Work?

Tuesday, October 09, 2018, 7:30 PM until 9:00 PM
Roosevelt Redwood Room (Room Q-80) Campbell Community Center
1 W Campbell Ave
Campbell, CA  95008
Silvia C Remolina
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About the Topic:     

Discover different types of programs and philosophies in early childhood education, from Montessori to project-based learning. Learn how to recognize developmentally appropriate practice, information on children’s readiness, and logistics of choosing a preschool.   

About the Speaker:       

Stephanie Agnew, BA, Assistant Director, Parents Place on the Peninsula     

Stephanie coordinates all parent workshops at our Parents Place San Mateo location, where she also teaches classes on preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school choices; positive discipline; and behavior management for young children. She also leads teacher training workshops, consults with families on many parenting and child development issues, and observes children in their homes and at their schools. An expert in early childhood education, Stephanie taught in Palo Alto area preschools for 20 years and owned a preschool for 5 years. She received additional professional training at the Bing Nursery School at Stanford University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree.

Please Note:   

If you wish to attend this event you need to register you can bring event guests.  Please state the number you wish to bring.    Speaker Nights are Parents Only.  To make the Speaker Night program an enjoyable event for all Las Madres parents, we would like to remind attendees to please respect the childcare arrangements that we all have to make by leaving children at home. We do endeavor to accommodate mothers with nursing babies wherever possible. Thank you!