Encouraging children to explore their world through purposeful play
Learning, we believe, should be a positive experience. Our preschool program emphasizes self-motivation, creativity, development of positive attitudes toward learning, and the establishment of good self-concept.
Classrooms provide interest areas where children are encouraged to play, explore and investigate their surroundings. Interest areas include: dramatic play, art, science, blocks, writing/library, manipulatives, sand or water and computers. Activities and materials are frequently rotated.
To schedule a tour, call us at 757-683-4987.
Ms. Charlton's class spent five weeks exploring famous artists and the different techniques and mediums they used to create masterpieces.
See their works of art
Meet Our Preschool Teachers
Christine Charlton has been with the CLRC 12 years. She hold a B.A. from James Madison University and a M.S. in Education from Old Dominion University.
Brittany Kimball has been with the CLRC for 5 years. She holds a B.S. and M.S. in Education from Old Dominion University.
Mrs. Lindsay has been with the Center for 2 years. She holds a B.S in Speech-Language Pathology, with a minor in Special Education from Old Dominion University.
Megan Powers recently joined the CLRC and holds a B.A. in English/Language Arts and a M.S. Ed. from Long Island University.