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Teacher Feature

You have read their biographies, and you have seen their staff photos. Wouldn't it be fun to know our fabulous teachers and staff in a fun and different kind of way? Here is the "Teacher Feature" blog. This week we are featuring: Barbara Tierney If you were a crayon, what color would you be? Purple When is your birthday? In June Favorite season? Summer Were you named for anyone? Dad -- my middle name What is the first thing you notice about people? Eyes What is the farthest you've been from home? State of Washington What color is your house? Red brick Favorite drink? Raspberry lemonade Favorite snack? Cookies or chocolate What kind of books do you read? My book club selections W

Teacher Feature

You have read their biographies, and you have seen their staff photos. Wouldn't it be fun to know our fabulous teachers and staff in a fun and different kind of way? Here is the "Teacher Feature" blog. This week we are featuring: Erica Strother If you were a crayon, what color would you be? Turquoise When is your birthday? July 21 Favorite season? Spring and Fall Were you named for anyone? No What is the first thing you notice about people? Smile and eyes What is the farthest you've been from home? Mexico What color is your house? Brick, beige and black Favorite drink? Coffee Favorite snack? Fruit, chocolate What kind of books do you read? Any that keep me awake :-) What sports

Blue Puppies, Caterpillars and Butterflies

If you ask a group of preschoolers what their favorite bug or insect is, chances are at least one or two of them will name the butterfly -- as they should. Butterflies are beautiful, gentle bugs that amaze preschoolers. When you think about the spectacular metamorphosis that takes place in a butterfly's life cycle, the process seems almost magical. The Blue Puppies have been discussing these beautiful creatures during the month of April. Here are some of the other events and topics that they will be studying in the coming weeks: They will take a Field Trip to Great Harvest Bread Company. A police officer is scheduled to come and visit the Blue Puppies. They will be discussing life on the

We Think Our Teachers Are SUPER!

TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK at GFCC This week at GFCC, the teachers and staff have been treated to an amazing Teacher Appreciation Week by our wonderful parents. The halls were transformed into a Super Hero gallery of delightful and creative artwork and bulletin boards. Come in and take a look. We were spoiled with special lunches and treats. On Thursday, we were invited to a special luncheon at MacGregor Downs Country Club in the Glen Eagles Room. Each teacher and staff member was given a Super Hero treat bag as we left. (Thank you to Tammy Eversole for taking pictures at the luncheon.) Thank you to Mohita Patel and her committee and to all of the GFCC parents who have made us feel so

Teacher Feature

You have read their biographies, and you have seen their staff photos. Wouldn't it be fun to know our fabulous teachers and staff in a fun and different kind of way? Here is the "Teacher Feature" blog. This week we are featuring: Alyson Leiva If you were a crayon, what color would you be? Robin's Egg Blue When is your birthday? December 23 Favorite season? Spring Were you named for anyone? No What is the first thing you notice about people? Eyes, smile What is the farthest you've been from home? Greece What color is your house? White with black shutters Favorite drink? Chai lattes, hot teas Favorite snack? Chips and salsa What kind of books do you read? Southern Fiction, cookboo

How Do You Like These Apples?

The children in the Apple class have been busy at work and play. Our Apples have been talking about: Signs of spring Flowers (parts of a flower and what flowers need to grow) Birds, nests and eggs Patterns Cutting with scissors Walking in line (quietly, using walking feet, and keeping our hands to ourselves) Counting up to 20 Counting down from 10 Later in the month, the Apples will be talking about Community Helpers.

Teacher Feature

You have read their biographies, and you have seen their staff photos. Wouldn't it be fun to know our fabulous teachers and staff in a fun and different kind of way? Here is the "Teacher Feature" blog. This week we are featuring: Susan Kirley If you were a crayon, what color would you be? Apple green When is your birthday? August 18, 1962 (53 and proud of it!) Favorite season? Summer Were you named for anyone? My paternal Great Grandmother (Susan); My paternal Grandmother (Bethanie - middle name) What is the first thing you notice about people? Their eyes ~ the windows to the soul What is the farthest you've been from home? France What color is your house? Beige with dark green shu

Eat at City Barbeque on Tuesday, April 5

Eat at City Barbeque and Raise Money for GFCC WHEN: ALL DAY on Tuesday, April 5, 2016 WHERE: 1305 Kildaire Farm Road, Cary, NC Flyer must be presented at time of order to receive credit for the sale. Click on the link to download the flyer and print it. http://www.gfcccary.com/#!newsandevents/c24a4 The money earned from our monthly "Eat Outs" will go toward playground refurbishing and upgrades. Thank you for supporting Greenwood Forest Children's Center!!

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