CEE's Summer Transition Programs give incoming Toddler, EC1, EC2 and Kindergarten children and parents the opportunity to meet their teachers for the upcoming year and familiarize themselves with their new classrooms. The program is intended for both new incoming and current students.

Children will get to know all of their teachers and some specialists in a fun, play-based way. They will become familiar with their classrooms, play spaces, and routines while engaging in water play, camp activities, and games on the field. Programs will also feature regular field trips.

The Toddler through EC2 children will know their classroom assignment for the fall and will be with the children in their class. Kindergarten class placement will not be completed until later in the summer, so new and continuing students will get to know each other and experience the program together as a grade-level. The summer is filled with adventures and camp-like experiences as well as experiencing the routines of their classrooms.

Toddlers
July 20-31
For incoming Center Toddlers only. This is a ‘Parent and Me’ Program that will be held from 9 – 11 am in 2 one week sessions. One parent must attend with the child.

EC1 and EC2
June 22-July 31
For incoming Center EC1 and EC2 children only. You may choose half-day (9-12) or full-day (9-3) options. There will be extended care available before 9 and after 3. Early bird registration applies only to sign-ups for the full 6 weeks. You may sign up for as little as 1 week.

Kindergarten
June 22-July 31
For incoming Center Kindergarteners only. This is a full-day, 9 am-3 pm program. Extended care will be available before 9 and after 3. Early Bird registration applies only if signing up for the full 6 weeks. You may sign up for as little as 1 week.

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The Center for Early Education, a socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children, toddlers through grade six, strives to graduate students who are joyful, resilient, life-long learners. The Center embraces a philosophy of education that combines a nurturing, inclusive learning environment with an increasingly challenging academic program that addresses the developmental needs of each child.