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2020

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  • COVID-19 Response

    Out of an abundance of caution, CEE will transition to remote learning on Monday, March 16. There are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our community. Thanks to our faculty, staff and parents for working hard to keep our community safe and healthy.
  • CEE Reads!

    As the saying goes, reading is “fun-damental”! Nowhere is that truer than at The Center for Early Education, where reading is a core part of everything we do.
  • Sixth Graders Kick Off 2020 with Intersession

    Earlier this month, sixth graders embarked on a weeklong Intersession program full of exciting programming to begin their last semester at CEE. 
  • Cutting the Ribbon on the New Field!

    On January 6, 2020, The Center for Early Education marked an important moment in the Campus Enhancement Project, cutting the ribbon on the new central campus playfield! After many years, CEE students will have their own field to play on.

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  • COVID-19 Response

    Out of an abundance of caution, CEE will transition to remote learning on Monday, March 16. There are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our community. Thanks to our faculty, staff and parents for working hard to keep our community safe and healthy.
  • CEE Reads!

    As the saying goes, reading is “fun-damental”! Nowhere is that truer than at The Center for Early Education, where reading is a core part of everything we do.
  • Sixth Graders Kick Off 2020 with Intersession

    Earlier this month, sixth graders embarked on a weeklong Intersession program full of exciting programming to begin their last semester at CEE. 
  • Cutting the Ribbon on the New Field!

    On January 6, 2020, The Center for Early Education marked an important moment in the Campus Enhancement Project, cutting the ribbon on the new central campus playfield! After many years, CEE students will have their own field to play on.
  • Family Charter Night Brings RULER Social-Emotional Approach Home

    Deep into our work on emotional intelligence at CEE, we all understand that feelings matter. They drive our actions, learning, friendships, relationships, and well being.
  • A Trip Down Memory Lane

    Whether it’s a photo from the 1940s backyard in Hancock Park, a silly mascot costume from the 1990s, or a fundraising pamphlet from the late 1960s, the CEE Archive provides a home for the thousands of historical objects that tell the incredible story of our little school on Alfred Street.
  • Building Emotional Intelligence Through RULER

    In classrooms a generation or two ago, it is unlikely that “emotional intelligence” topped the list of subjects most teachers prioritized for their students. But today, learning how to recognize, express, and explore feelings is a central part of the CEE curriculum as students develop the agility, creativity, and empathy required in the modern world. 
  • Reflections on Social Justice in D.C.

    Every year, the sixth grade travels to Washington D.C., visiting museums and monuments, building confidence and camaraderie, and opening their minds to new experiences along the way.
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