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“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

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Betts, Martin Praise State Aid for Bristol Preschool Child Care Center

 


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- State Representative Whit Betts (R-78) and State Senator Henri Martin (R-31) applauded the decision to award a $3,250,000 grant to assist with the Bristol Preschool Child Care Center‘s relocation to the former Jennings School.

 

The funds will be utilized to finance the relocation of the program, along with renovations and improvements to 17,000 square feet of space within the former school building and installation of a playground.  Work on the project will reportedly begin this fall.

 

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4 decades as ‘Bristol’s best kept secret’

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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Letters to Parents

Letter to Parents on the Library

What We Do and Why


The library area is an essential part of our program and of your child's life. It's where children gain the foundations for reading and writing. It's also a place where children can relax and enjoy the wonderful world of children's literature.
We encourage children to use the library on their own. We invite them to look at books, to listen to taped stories, and to scribble and "write" throughout the day. We also work with children one- on-one and in small groups. Sometimes children dictate stories to us, which we record in "books."
Every day we read stories to the children. We read books to introduce new ideas, to develop pre- reading skills, to help children deal with problems, and mostly to develop a love of books.

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