Tour Update

Hello Families,

This year, due to COVID concerns, we will be giving you a link to a virtual tour as well as an opportunity to participate in a Q & A with the Lead Teachers and the Director via Zoom/GoogleMeet.

The video will be ready the week of January 11.  If you’d like to view it, please follow this link to sign up:

This week I will also be updating our Forms for 2021-2022, including any enrollment or tuition changes.

Thank You,


How is the flu different from COVID-19?

Our nurse sent me a link to remind families and staff to get a flu shot and also how to tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19.

Here’s the link:

BCCC Picture Day

Hello Families,

On Tuesday, October 27 we have a photographer coming to take all of children’s photos.  This includes preschool and our Distance Learners.   The photo studio uses each child’s photo to make a class composite. You will be given online access to view your photos and there is no pressure to purchase.

I’ll send you a reminder closer to the date.  If you’d like to read about how this photographer takes photos you can start here:

For the children who attend on Tuesday’s, Ms. Jill will pick them up in their classroom and bring them to get their photo taken throughout the morning.  If your child does not attend on Tuesday or they are in the afternoon school age program, we’d like to invite you to bring your child between 11:00 and 12:00 for their photo.  It shouldn’t take too long.  The plan is that Ms. Jill will meet them at the front door, bring them to get their photo, and then return them to you in a few minutes.

Thank You,



Children’s Theater is hosting a free event this weekend – August 1 & 2

CTC is inviting you to a Free Stream of A Kids Play About Racism

A Kids Play About Racism is a groundbreaking online performance for families that explains what racism is, how to know it when you see and experience it, and ideas for what you can do about it.  CTC is proud to bring this world premiere, online theatrical experience to children and families in our community in partnership with 36 other TYA theaters across the country.


Recommended for ages 5+ but all ages welcome!

Adapted and Directed by Khalia Davis
Lyrics by Davied Morales
Music by Justin Ellington
Based on the book by Jelani Memory, A Kids Book About Racism

Streaming August 1 and 2 FREE on Broadway on Demand.

Check our Facebook for more resources and ways to engage this week!

A Kids Play About Racism


School Age registration is open!

Registration is now open for the 2020-2021 school year.

I am unsure of how many families have been notified about Kindergarten assignments for the upcoming year.  If you are waiting, go ahead and sign up -make your best guess on the school for now (you can notify me of a change if needed).

Click here for the registration form