Little Knights News

June 4, 2020

Dear Families,

We want to thank you all for such an amazing year!  This year was full of some interesting challenges and unexpected twists.  Your continued support means so much to all of us here at Assumption Early Childhood Learning Center. 

Our PK4 Drive by Graduation, was the perfect end to our crazy year.  Even though it rained, we all came together to celebrate all of our beautiful children and their amazing accomplishments.  Thank you to all our parents, relatives and friends who joined us today.  We will be purchasing one 5X7 from Kurt English of your child and their teacher.  We will be mailing those out to you all.  You can purchase any of the photos from today by following the directions found here.

As we prepare for summer, please note that we will be closing Week One summer camp registration tomorrow morning at 10:00AM.  If you want your child to attend, please be sure to complete the form ASAP.  Click here for information.

I personally want to thank you all for your support the last two and a half years as director here at Assumption ECLC.  I have loved watching your children grow and blossom, I have loved getting to know your families.  These years will hold a special place in my heart. 

It is with a lot of excitement but also a lot of sadness that I announce that I have graduated from the ECLC and will be walking across the courtyard to join the Assumption Catholic School first grade teaching team.  I will stay on as director through June and most of July to ensure a smooth transition into the hands of its new director.  Fr. Jason and I will work in conjunction with the diocese to find the most qualified candidate who will continue to grow and develop this beautiful program.

Thank you all again for your love and support of our beautiful school.  Please remember if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions; please do not hesitate to reach out to us. 

Blessings,

Kristin Spears

Director

Assumption ECLC

904-518-4880

“The Assumption Catholic Community, united in the Eucharist, provides a challenging academic education where living a Christ-centered life comes first.”

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