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Parent Reminders

Hand Washing

As you all are aware upon arrival we ask that you have your child wash your hands before entering the classroom. Many of you are following this procedure and for that we thank you; however we are finding that parents are leaving their children unattended in the bathroom. We realize it may save some time to drop off their belongings in the classroom while your child is washing their hands but we ask that you please supervise your child while hand washing for safety purposes as well as to ensure proper hand washing. For children that attend West Street, children can wash their hands when they enter the classroom.

Testimonials

Only Positive Words

“I only have positive words to say about BPCCC—they are “hands on”. My 11 year old also attended BPCCC in 2001-02 & today she is a an outstanding straight A student—I believe BPCCC shaped her academically.”
Rebecca Hogan—3 year old parent

Welcome to Bristol Preschool!
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We're in the Bristol Press!

4 decades as ‘Bristol’s best


kept secret’

January 25, 2013

By KAITLYN NAPLES
STAFF WRITER
Tucked behind Bristol’s downtown area is a facility where 150 3- to 4-year-olds spend the year learning, playing and preparing for the next steps of their education.
Bristol Preschool Child Care Center, Inc., located on West Street, has been in existence for 42 years, and its executive director, Shirley Anderson, said she hears time and time again that “it is Bristol’s best kept secret.”

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Now Accepting Fall Registrations

Bristol Preschool is now accepting Fall Registrations!  You can obtain a registration form online, or contact us for more information.

 

Letters to Parents

Letter to Parents on Cooking

What We Do and Why


Cooking is an important part of our curriculum. When they cook, children have an opportunity to learn about food, to be creative, and to prepare their own nutritional snacks. Lots of discoveries happen during cooking. When children see dough rise, they learn about science; when they measure flour, they learn about math. Following picture recipe cards, they learn skills that will prepare them for reading. And when we make and eat, lebkuchen (gingerbread), Chinese dumplings or potato latkes, the children learn to appreciate other peoples and cultures.

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