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Jones head start: Walter P. Jones Head Start/Early Head Start

Опубликовано: June 30, 2022 в 11:12 am

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Rubye H Jones Head Start

WEATHER ADVISORY: CHILD CARE PROVIDERS – if you experience damage or closure due to an emergency or disaster, please call the DSS Division of Early Care and Education at: 1-888-825-7174 (EMERGENCY LINE) or email the Disaster Response Team [email protected]. If you have questions about child care vouchers, please call 1-800-476-0199. 

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Child Care Center

ABC Quality Rating

What is ABC Quality?

Facility Attributes

Operator:

Lorrene Ann Stoddard

Capacity:

26

Facility Hours








Sunday

  • Closed
Monday

  • 7:30AM–2:30PM
Tuesday

  • 7:30AM–2:30PM
Wednesday

  • 7:30AM–2:30PM
Thursday

  • 7:30AM–2:30PM
Friday

  • 7:30AM–2:30PM
Saturday

  • Closed

Licensing

Licensing Type & Number:

Approval#: 24392

Issue Date:

10/11/2020

Expiration Date:

10/11/2022

Call your DSS licensing specialist if you have questions:

DSS Licensing Specialist

Styles, Kelly

(864) 250-5569


Facility Review & Complaint Information

(No records found)



Inspection Reports




Inspection Type Date Report
Review 4/29/2022 View Report
Review 10/8/2021 View Report

Note on Deficiencies

Deficiencies are listed in broad categories and are available online for 36 months. We encourage you to contact your region office for an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or for additional information about this facility’s compliance. Resolved “On Site” means that a violation was resolved during the Licensing Specialist’s inspection.



Severity Levels


High:

These are the most serious violations of child care regulations and could pose a risk to the health and safety of children. If you would like an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or would like additional information about this facility’s compliance, please contact your regional office.


Medium:

These are significant violations of child care regulations and could negatively impact the health and safety of children. If you would like an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or would like additional information about this facility’s compliance, please contact your regional office.


Low:

These violations are the least likely to impact health and safety, but they still show that a facility is out of compliance with some child care regulations. If you would like an explanation of any of the deficiencies, or would like additional information about this facility’s compliance, please contact your regional office.



Note on Frequency of Inspections


Centers, Group Homes, and Licensed Family Homes::

In 2014, legislation was passed that changed the number of unannounced visits from two per year to one per year in Child Care Centers, Group Child Care Homes, and Licensed Family Child Care Homes. As a result of this new law, you may see a decrease in the number of deficiencies listed on this website for these types of providers. Unannounced visits are still made in response to a complaint, and visits are scheduled with the facility during the re-licensing process, which occurs every two years.


Registered Family Homes:

Most family homes are registered, not licensed. In 2014, legislation was passed that allows Child Care Licensing to make one unannounced visit to these homes each year. As a result of this new law, you may see an increase in the number of deficiencies listed on this website for Registered Family Child Care Homes. Unannounced visits are still made in response to a complaint. Click here for an overview of each facility and the requirements they must meet according to state law.


Head Start

Established in 1965, Head Start promotes school readiness for children, ages three to five, in low-income families by offering educational, nutritional, health, social and other services. Head Start programs promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and families. Programs actively engage parents in their children’s learning and help them in making progress toward their educational, literacy and employment goals. Significant emphasis is placed on the involvement of parents in the administration of local Head Start programs. Lake Cumberland Head Start operates a Full-Day Program funded by an annual grant from the Department of Health and Human Services/Administration for Children & Families. (http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/hsb/).  Lake Cumberland Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that serves income-eligible 3- & 4-year-old children and their families. There are nineteen (19) centers and forty-one (41) classrooms. Lake Cumberland Head Start also operates a Home Base Program in five (5) counties.

 

Children attend school Monday through Thursday from approximately 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Head Start follows the local county school calendar and does not have classes during inclement weather. Transportation is available, but limited to certain areas. For more transportation information, contact the center nearest you.   Head Start welcomes children with disabilities; eighteen percent (18%) to twenty-two (22%) of total enrollment are children with disabilities.

 

Members of the Head Start faculty hold degrees in Early Childhood Education. The daily curriculum supports and enriches the child’s developmental growth physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually. The Head Start curriculum focuses not only on developing social skills, but on academics as well. Head Start incorporates all areas of a child’s development into fun learning activities. Head Start staff is dedicated to enriching the lives of all students as we work toward kindergarten readiness.  The LCCAA Head Start program’s curriculum, assessment tool, school readiness plan are in alignment with the Head Start Child Development & Early Learning framework and the Kentucky Early Childhood Standards

Eligibility

Lake Cumberland Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that serves income-eligible 3-& 4-year-old children and their families.  

 

This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

For the 2016-2017 year, The Lake Cumberland Head Start Policy Council will meet at 10:30 (Central Time) on the third Thursday of the month at the Lake Cumberland Community Action Agency’s Central office.

 

 

We serve the following Counties in South Central Kentucky

Adair – Casey – Clinton – Cumberland – Green – McCreary – Pulaski – Russell – Taylor – Wayne

 

Adair County

Adair Center

(270) 384-4111

 

Casey County

Liberty Center

(606) 787-9207

 

Jones Park Preschool

(606) 787-1249

 

Clinton County

Clinton County Head Start

(606) 387-8747

 

Cumberland County

Burkesville Center

(270) 864-2524

 

Green County

Green County Early Childhood Center

(270) 932-6618

 

McCreary County

McCreary Center

(606) 376-5437

 

Pulaski County

Dunbar Center

(606) 679-3496

Southern Center

(606) 676-9187

Science Hill Center

(606) 423-3515

Hopeway Center

(606) 679-8602

 

Russell County

Russell Springs Center

(270) 866-2692

Jamestown Center

(270) 343-2340

 

Taylor County

Campbellsville/Taylor County Center

(270) 789-3978

 

Wayne County

Monticello/Wayne County Center

(606) 348-4078

 


Head Start – Apply Now

Early Head Start

Migrant Head Start

Dunbar Adult Day Health Services

Community Collaboration For Children

Weatherization

Community Services Block Grant

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program

KU/HEA

Emergency Food and Shelter

Wintercare

Kynect Program

Community Needs Assessment Survey

2021 Poverty Guidelines

Application for Employment

Adult Day Care Client Application
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

School Readiness Plan

2011-2012 Early Head Start

2011-2012 Head Start

Annual Reports

2019 – 2020 Annual Report

2018 – 2019 Annual Report

2017 – 2018 Annual Report

2016 – 2017 Annual Report

2014 – 2015 Annual Report

2013 – 2014 Annual Report

2012 – 2013 Annual Report

2011 – 2012 Annual Report

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2009 – 2010 Annual Report

 

 

Directory – Mississippi Head Start Association

Agency Director Counties Served Contact
Mississippi Head Start Collaboration Office Holly Spivey Jackson, MS P. O. Box 139
Jackson, MS 39201-00139
Phone: (601) 576-2021
Fax: (601) 576-2791
[email protected]
Mississippi Head Start Association Nita Norphlet-Thompson Jackson, MS 921 N. Congres Street
Jackson, MS 39201
Phone: (601) 969-6979
Fax: (601) 969-6928
Bolivar County Community Action Agency, Inc Head Start/Early Head Start Elnora Littleton Bolivar 810 East Sunflower Road
Suite 120
Cleveland, MS 38732
Phone:(662) 846-1491
Fax:(662) 843-0173
Coahoma Opportunities, Inc. Head Start Debra Halbert Coahoma P.O. Box 1145
Clarksdale, MS 38614
Phone: (662) 624-4887
Fax:( 662) 624-4115
Delta Health Alliance Leigh Anne Gant Leflore, Sunflower and Warren Counties 114 Second Avenue
Indianola, MS 38751
Phone: (662) 686-7004
Fax: (662) 686-3522 lgant@deltahealthalliance. org
Five County Child Development Head Start Dr. Jonathan Bines Covington, Jefferson Davis, Lawrence, and Simpson 1118 3rd Street
P.O. Box 1195
Prentiss, MS 39474
Phone: (601) 792-5191
Fax: 601- 792-8003
[email protected]
Friends of Children of Mississippi, Inc.
Head Start /Early Head Start
Dr. Cathy Gaston Clarke, Copiah, Greene, Hinds (EHS-CCP), Humphreys, Issaquena, Jasper, Jones, Kemper Lauderdale, Leake, Madison, Newton, Rankin, Scott, Sharkey, Smith, and Wayne, Winston, and Yazoo 130 Riverview Drive
Suite C
Flowood, MS 39232
Phone: (601) 321-0960
Fax: (601) 981-7575
Hinds County Human Resource Agency, Head Start/Early Head Start Chelsea Luster Hinds 258 Maddox Road
Jackson, MS 39212
Phone: (601) 923-3940
Fax: (601) 923-3926
Institute of Community Services (ICS), Inc.
Head Start/Early Head Start
Eloise McClinton Benton, Clay, DeSoto, Grenada, Lafayette, Lowndes, Marshall, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Quitman, Tallahatchie, Tate, and Tunica P.O. Box 160
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: (662) 252-1582
Fax: (662) 252-7253
Jackson County Civic Action Committee Inc.
Head Start
Vanessa Gibson Jackson P.O. Box 8723
Moss Point, MS 39562
Phone: (228) 769-3401
Fax: (228) 769-5189
Mississippi Action for Progress, Inc. Community Action Agency Dr. Bobby Brown Adams, Alcorn, Amite, Attala, Calhoun, Carroll, Chickasaw, Claiborne, Franklin, Hancock, Harrison, Holmes, Itawamba, Jefferson, Lauderdale, Lee, Leflore, Lincoln, Monroe, Montgomery, Neshoba, Perry, Pearl River, Pontotoc, Prentiss, Scott, Tippah, Tishomingo, Union, Warren, Webster, Wilkinson, Winston, Yalobusha, and Yazoo
Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Head Start/ Early Head Start Tina Routh Leake, Neshoba, and Newton P. O. Box 6010
Philadelphia, MS 39350
Phone: (601)650-1722
Fax: 601-656-8814
[email protected]
Mississippi State University- Extension Service Head Start Jamila Taylor Harrison 521 34th St
Gulfport, MS 39507
Phone: 662-325-6376
Fax: 662-325-8188 [email protected]
Moore Community House Mary Harrington Harrison P.O. Box 204
Biloxi, MS 39533
Phone: (228) 436-6601
Pearl River Valley Opportunity (PRVO) Community Action Agency
Head Start/Early Head Start
Sherrone McDonald Forrest P.O. Box 188
Columbia, MS 39429
Phone: (601) 736-9564
Fax: (601) 736-6268
Picayune School District
Early Head Start
Dr. Pamela Thomas Picayune, MS 1620 Rosa Street
P.O. Box 1258
Picayune, MS 39466
Phone: (601) 799-0682
Fax: (601) 799-5448
Save the Children
Head Start/Early Head Start
Elizabeth Freeman Sunflower 163 Old Todds Road, Suite 175
Lexington, KY 40509
Phone: (662) 452-5098
Fax: (859) 296-2397
Singing River Educational Association Inc.
Head Start
Tanya Beech George 1170 Pleasant Hill
Church Road
P.O. Box 594
Lucedale, MS 39452
Phone: (601) 947-8219
Fax: (601) 947-8223
Washington County Opportunities, Inc.
Head Start
Terry Jones Washington 716 Martin L. King Blvd
North P.O. Drawer 750
Greenville, MS 38702
Phone: (662) 332-1521
Fax: (662) 335-3948

Locations

Hinds County Human Resource Agency (HCHRA) is a public non-profit organization established in 1976 by the Hinds County Mississippi Board of Supervisors. The Agency’s Central Administrative Office is located at 258 Maddox Road in Jackson, Mississippi. To ensure that all area citizens have access to our programs and services, HCHRA has three Neighborhood Service Centers throughout Hinds County. HCHRA also operates twelve Head Start Centers, seven satellite Head Start Classrooms, and four Early Head Start Centers – all strategically located throughout Hinds County.


HCHRA Administrative Office

258 Maddox Road
Jackson, MS
Phone: (601) 923-3930
Fax: (601) 923-3925
M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

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Neighborhood Service Centers (NSC)

Edwards NSC
105 Williamson Avenue
Edwards, MS
Phone: (601) 852-8052
Fax: (601) 852-5352
T-W 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
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Fannie Jackson NSC
205 Brown Street
Terry, MS
Phone: (601) 878-5056
Fax: (601) 878-2197
M-F 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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Laura E. McNair-Shady Grove NSC
2118 Ridgeway Street
Jackson, MS
Phone: (601) 362-5116
Fax: (601) 362-5493
M-W 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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Mt. Wade Congregate Site
3752 Dry Grove Road
Terry, MS
Phone: (601) 878-2323
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Head Start Centers

Center Center Administrator Contact Information
Richard Brandon
5920 N. State Street
Jackson Mississippi
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Shirley Pickens, CA 601.956.2865 (Telephone)
691.977.5247 (Fax)
Edwards
105 Williamson Avenue
Edwards, Mississippi
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Regina Clemons                              Early HS Specialist 601.852.4771 (Telephone)
601.852.8720 (Fax)
Gertrude Ellis
7293 Gary Road
Byram, Mississippi
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Charlotte Graves, CA 601.371.1704 (Telephone)
601.371.7214 (Fax)
Mary C. Jones
2050 Martin Luther King  Boulevard
Jackson, Mississippi
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Almeta Roberts, CA 601.353.5891 (Telephone)
601.954.3110 (Fax)
Eulander Kendrick
642 Morgan Drive
Terry, Mississippi
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Tamekia Richardson, CA 601. 878.5232 (Telephone)
601.878.2421 (Fax)
Martin
555 South Roach Street
Jackson, Mississippi
Andrea Gordan, Asst. CA 601.355.5416 (Telephone)
601.354.3109 (Fax)
Midtown
134 E. Fortification Street
Jackson, Mississippi
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Charlotte Johnson, CA 601.353.6389 (Telephone)
601.948.5939 (Fax)
Oak Forest
3023 Ridgeland Drive
Jackson, Mississippi
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Deyanna Buckner, CA 601.371.1415 (Telephone)
601.371.1787 (Fax)
St. Thomas
3850 Norrell Road
Bolton, Mississippi
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Laura Patterson, CA 601.866.7619 (Telephone)
601.866.7603 (Fax)
South Jackson
3020 Grey Boulevard
Jackson, Mississippi
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Sharon McDonald, CA 601. 371.2156 (Telephone)
601.372.8776 (Fax)
Welcome
2873 Old Adams Station Road
Utica, Mississippi
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Bonni Blackmon, CA 601.885.8103 (Telephone)
601.885.2014 (Fax)
Westside
1450 Wiggins Road
Jackson, Mississippi
Tamora Young, Asst. CA 601.922.0542 (Telephone)
601.923.2877 (Fax)
Isable Elementary School Satellite Classroom**
1716 Isable Street
Jackson, Mississippi
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Catrina Crawford, Principal 601.960.5310 (Telephone)
601.360.2695 (Fax)
Willowood Developmental Center Satellite Head Start Classrooms**
1635 Boling Street
Jackson, Mississippi
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Josie McDonald, CA 601. 366.0123, Extn. 22
(Telephone)
601.366.0649 (Fax)

Early Head Start Centers

Holy Ghost Early Head Start
1145 Cloister Street
Jackson, MS 39202
(601) 956-3397
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Christy Mason, EHS
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Edwards Early Head Start
105 Williamson Avenue
Edwards, MS 39066
(601) 852-4771
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Kesondra Branch, EHS
View Map

Oak Forest Early Head Start
3023 Ridgeland Drive
Jackson, MS 39212
(601) 371-1415
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Christy Mason, EHS
View Map

The Della J. Caugills Early Head Start
3383 Terry Road
Jackson, MS 39212
(601) 371-4270
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Kesondra Branch, EHS
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** Satellite Head Start Classrooms

Snapshot of the 2018 Early Head Start Workforce: Who Are the Teachers and Home Visitors Serving Children and Families?

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Publication Date:
June 14, 2022

Research Questions

  1. What are the characteristics of Early Head Start teachers and home visitors?
  2. What professional development do teachers and home visitors receive to support responsive relationships and other Early Head Start goals?
  3. What leadership support and organizational climate do teachers and home visitors experience, and what is their job satisfaction?
  4. What is the extent of retention and turnover among teachers and home visitors?
  5. How are professional development, leadership support, and organizational climate associated with teacher and home visitor job satisfaction?

Previous research shows teachers and home visitors are central to the quality of Early Head Start services. In this brief, we use data collected in spring 2018 from a nationally representative sample to describe Early Head Start teachers’ and home visitors’ characteristics, the program activities (or processes) they are part of, and how well their programs operate (or function). We also examine how staff-specific program processes and program functioning are associated with job satisfaction for teachers and home visitors. This brief draws on data from the Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (Baby FACES) 2018, a nationally representative, descriptive study of Early Head Start. Baby FACES aims to inform national program planning, technical assistance, and research by providing descriptive information about Early Head Start services, staff, and children and families.

The purpose of this brief is to better understand the characteristics and experiences of Early Head Start teachers and home visitors that, according to previous research, might influence service quality and program outcomes. Findings help identify the composition and needs of the Early Head Start teaching and home visiting workforces and could inform policies and initiatives intended to build and maintain a high quality Early Head Start workforce.

  • Most teachers and home visitors have postsecondary degrees. A large majority of staff without a postsecondary degree either have, or are working toward, a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential.
  • Teachers with less education and home visitors with less experience are the most likely to meet with their coach frequently (at least once a week). For most other professional development activities, however, staff with different levels of experience or education receive the same level of support.
  • In general, teachers and home visitors perceive their centers and programs to have positive organizational climates and they are satisfied with their jobs.
  • Centers and programs are more likely to face challenges in hiring qualified staff than to face challenges in retaining them.
  • Staff receiving more intensive professional development and working in centers and programs with strong leadership support and positive organizational climates are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs.

Baby FACES uses a repeated cross-sectional approach to produce a comprehensive snapshot of Early Head Start with a nationally representative sample of programs, centers, home visitors, teachers and classrooms, and enrolled families and children in Office of Head Start (OHS) Regions I through X.

Analytic methods varied by research question:

  • For the first four research questions, we calculated averages and percentages.
  • For Research Question 5, we used a multilevel regression model with multiple imputation to examine the relative strength of associations between job satisfaction and key program processes and functioning related to staff: professional development staff receive, supportive behavior of their center and program directors, and organizational climate at their centers and programs. The multilevel models control for staff, center, and program characteristics and account for the nesting of teachers and home visitors within centers and programs.

In all cases, we conducted analyses separately for teachers and home visitors, using analysis weights to arrive at nationally representative estimates.

Appendix

Jones, Christopher, Harshini Shah, and Yange Xue. (2022). Snapshot of the 2018 Early Head Start Workforce: Who Are the Teachers and Home Visitors Serving Children and Families? OPRE Brief 2022-116. Washington, DC: Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Glossary

Baby FACES:
The Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey, which is a nationally representative, descriptive study of Early Head Start.
Program processes:
Activities conducted by Early Head Start programs that support their efforts to achieve program goals; part of the Early Head Start conceptual framework. Staff-specific program processes include recruiting and hiring staff, and professional development.
Program functioning:
How well Early Head Start programs operate; part of the Early Head Start conceptual framework. Staff-specific program functioning includes leadership, organizational climate, job satisfaction, and retention.

Types:

Report | Brief

OPRE Research Topics:

Head Start & Early Head Start
, Home Visiting

Projects:

Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Study (Baby FACES)

Resource Connection for Children Services in Jones County, Iowa

Jones County and Iowa are home to many local agencies and services for you! Help is just a phone call away. Browse our directory below to find a service that may address your needs. Emergency? Call 911.

Resource Directory 2020-2021 (PDF)

Abuse/Domestic Violence

Child/Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting

(800) 362-2178

Friends of the Family Emergency

(800) 410-7233

Riverview Sexual Abuse Crisis Hotline

(888) 557-0310

Waypoint Domestic Violence Hotline

(800) 208-0388

Childcare Centers and Preschools

Anamosa Raiders Kid’s Club

(319) 462-3549 ext. 1219

Early Headstart/Headstart/HACAP

(319) 462-4343

Kids R Us Daycare

(319) 462-4164

Kids R Us Too Daycare

(319) 462-3450

Little Lion Learning Center

(319) 484-4466

Little Panthers Preschool

(319) 465-3000 ext. 4114

Midland Preschool

(563) 488-2292

Mother Goose Preschool

(319) 480-1279

Panther Academy

(319) 465-5425

Sacred Heart Preschool

(319) 465-4605

St John’s Daycare

(319) 465-5369

St. Patrick Preschool

(319) 462-2688

Strawberry Hill Preschool

(319) 462-3549

Children and Youth Services

1st Five

(319) 739-0085

Child Care Nurse Consultant

(319) 538-4458

Child Health Specialty Clinic

(866) 279-5023

Child Support Recovery

(319) 291-2646

Childcare Resource and Referral

(866) 324-3236

DHS Child Care Eligibility

(866) 448-4605

Early ACCESS

(319) 399-6746

Four Oaks

(319) 364-0259

Infant See Program

(888) 396-3937

Life Connections

(319) 774-2045

Lutheran Services in Iowa

(563) 288-4171

Tanager Place

(319) 286-4545

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

(319) 550-6311

Clothing Items

Anamosa United Methodist Clothing Closet

(319) 462-3951

Olin United Methodist Church Clothing Closet

(319) 484-2137

Wyoming Methodist Church Clothing Closet

(319) 350-3570

Community Resources

Community Partnerships for Protecting Children

(319) 480-8684

Every Child Reads/Grade Level Reading

(319) 480-8684

Jones County Community Foundation

319-481-9182

Jones County Safe and Healthy Youth Coalition

(319) 462-4327 ext. 202

Jones County Volunteer Center

(319) 560-0811

Parent Partners

(641) 814-3684

Sleep in Heavenly Peace

(319) 480-8684

Counseling

Abbe Center

(319) 398-3562

Catholic Charities

(319) 364-7121

Families First

(888) 316-3025

Families Inc

(563) 927-4357

Health Hope Harmony

(319) 535-0122

Life Connections

(319) 774-2045

Prairie Home Wellness and Counseling

(319) 975-8705

RISE Counseling and Consulting

319-224-0722

Sunrise Therapy and Counseling

(319) 481-2221

UnityPoint-St Luke’s Counseling @ JRMC

(319) 481-6386

Your Life Iowa

(855) 581-8111

Crisis Services

Foundation 2

(800) 332-4224

Drug & Alcohol Abuse/Addiction

Area Substance Abuse Council (ASAC)

(319) 462-4327 ext 661

COAP

319-540-5534

Iowa Quitline (Tobacco Cessation)

(800) 784-8669

Education

Anamosa Community Schools

(319) 462-4321

Grant Wood AEA

(319) 399-6700

ISU Extension and Outreach

(319) 465-3224

Kirkwood Jones County Regional Center

(319) 465-2302

Midland Community Schools

(563) 488-2292

Monticello Community Schools

(319) 465-3000

Olin Elementary School

(319) 484-2170

Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School

(319) 465-4605

St. Patrick School

(319) 462-2688

Employment

Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services

(319) 294-9308

Iowa Workforce Development

(319) 365-9474

Proteus

(800) 397-9675

Sedona Staffing Services

(319) 465-3653

Financial Services/Financial Literacy

Family Investment Program (FIP)

(866) 534-3112

Jones County Veteran Affairs Office

(319) 462-5311

Social Security Administration

(800) 772-1213

Food

Anamosa Lunches for Youth (ALY)

(319) 462-3951 or (319) 462-4841

Apostolic Assembly Food Pantry

(319) 462-4170

Forks and Friends

(319) 462-3951

HACAP Mobile Food Pantry

(319) 393-7811 ext. 1089

Jones County Food Bank @ HACAP

(319) 462-4343

Jones County Senior Dining

(319) 462-4484

Jones County WIC

(319) 550-6311

Monticello Food Pantry

(319) 480-5628

Olin Food Bank

(319) 484-2137

Oxford Junction Food Bank

(563) 748-7755

Wyoming Food Bank

(319) 350-3570

Health Care

Abbe Center WARM Line

(844) 775-9276

Above and Beyond Home Health Care

(319) 465-3059

Child Health Specialty Clinic

(866) 279-5023

Community Health Free Clinic

(319) 363-0416

HACAP I-Smile

(319) 329-5970

HACAP Maternal Health

(319) 538-4806

His Hands Free Clinic

(319) 862-2636

Integrated Home Health Services (IHH)

(888) 316-3025

Iowa Poison Control

(800) 222-1222

MercyCare Monticello

(319) 465-5937

Planned Parenthood

(877) 811-7526

UnityPoint at Home-Home Care

(319) 369-7990

UnityPoint- JRMC Work Well and Immigration

(319) 481-6147

UnityPoint-Jones Regional Family Care-Monticello

(319) 465-6702

UnityPoint-Jones Regional Family Medicine-Anamosa

(319) 462-3571

UnityPoint-Jones Regional Medical Center

(319) 462-6131

UnityPoint-Jones Regional Urgent Care

(319) 481-6291

Health Care Coverage

Medicaid & Hawki Enrollment and Information

(319) 739-1510

Housing, Fuel Assistance & Weatherization

American Red Cross

(319) 393-3500

Foundation 2 Youth Shelter

(319) 366-8797

HACAP Energy Assistance

(319) 462-4343

HUD Section 8 Housing

(800) 942-4648

Jones County Community Services

(319) 462-4457

Waypoint Housing Services

833-739-0065

Law Enforcement

Anamosa Police Department

(319) 462-4434

Jones County Sheriff

(319) 462-4371

Monticello Police Department

(319) 465-3526

Legal Services

Iowa Civil Rights Commission

(800) 457-4416

Iowa Concern

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Dedicated to my mother’s sister, Alma Fay, and my sisters, Maxine and Marche

You don’t control what happens to you, it only hurts you a little. And it doesn’t belong to you. Not only to you. © Tayari Jones0004

© Platonova A., translation, 2019

© LLC AST Publishing House, 2020

Part I

Music of the bridge

Roy

There are two kinds of people: those who leave home and those who stay. I am proud to place myself in the first group. My wife, Celestia, always said that I was a country boy to the core, but I never paid attention to such definitions. Strictly speaking, I did not grow up in the country: Ilo, Louisiana, is a small town. When they say “village”, they immediately imagine harvesting, hay in bales and milking cows. And I have never plucked even a box of cotton from a bush (which cannot be said about my father). In my life I have not touched a horse, goat or pig and do not want to try. Celestia always laughed and clarified that she didn’t mean that I was a farmer, I just came from the countryside. And she was born in Atlanta. It would seem that one can also say about her that she is a provincial. But she herself calls herself a “southern woman” (not to be confused with a “southern beauty” [1] ). And for some reason, she doesn’t mind if they say about her: “Peach from Georgia” [2] . I, however, also do not mind, and let’s stop there.

Celestia thinks her home is everywhere, and she’s right. At the same time, she falls asleep every night in the same walls where she grew up. I, on the other hand, sped off on the first bus, exactly seventy-one hours after graduation. I would have left earlier, only long-distance transport does not come to us in Ilo every day. By the time the postman brought my mom a cardboard tube with my diploma, I had already moved into a dorm room at Morehouse College and was attending a special program for students receiving a first generation scholarship [3] . We were told to arrive two and a half months earlier than the students with hereditary privileges, so that we could look around the area and memorize the basics. Imagine twenty-three black guys watching Spike Lee’s Wonderful School Years [4] and To the Teacher, Love [5] Sidney Poitier over and over and then you either understand or you don’t. Suggestion is not always bad.

All my life I was helped by social programs: at the age of five – “Handicap”, and then for a very long time – “Rise”. If I ever have children, they will be able to roll through life without side wheels, and I give credit to everyone involved.

I learned the rules in Atlanta – and I learned them quickly. I have never been called stupid in my life. But home is not where you end up, home is where you start from . A house is not chosen, like a family. In poker, the player is given five cards. He can exchange three, and he must keep two for himself: a family and a small homeland.

I have nothing against Ilo. Obviously, someone was much less fortunate, a person with a broad outlook is clear. As for me, although Ilo is located in Louisiana – obviously not where there are great opportunities in front of you, but this is an American state, and if you are black and want to achieve something, you will not find a better country than the USA. At the same time, you cannot call my family poor. Let me explain with my fingers. My dad worked so hard at the sporting goods store, fixing things in the evenings, and my mom spent so much time washing up trays in the cafeteria that I can’t act like we didn’t have shelter or food. We had it all – so let’s write it down.

Olivia, Roy and I lived together in a solid brick house in a good neighborhood. I had my own room, and when Roy Sr. added an addition, I had my own bathroom. When one shoe became too small for me, I immediately got new ones. I received a scholarship, but my parents also invested to send me to college.

But, in spite of this, to tell the truth, we had nothing more than that. If my childhood was a sandwich, the ham would not protrude beyond the edges of the bread. We had everything we needed but nothing more. “But no less,” my mother would add, and wrap me in a hug smelling of lemon caramels.

When I arrived in Atlanta, it seemed to me that I had a whole life ahead of me – an endless expanse of sea. You know what they say: “Go to Morehouse, sail higher.” Ten years later, I was at my best. When they asked me: “Where are you from?”, I answered simply: “From Lanta!” The city was so close to me that I began to call her like that. When the conversation turned to family, I talked about Celestia.

We got married a year and a half ago and were happy, at least I definitely was. We may not have behaved like the rest of the happy couples, but we weren’t like the average Negro-bourgeois, whose husband goes to bed with his laptop under his pillow, and his wife dreams of her Tiffany jewelry. I was young, hungry and eagerly looking into the future. Celestia was an artist, eccentric and dazzling. We were like lovers Nina and Darius from that melodrama [6] but older. What to say? I’ve always had a crush on bright women. When you are around them, you know that you are in deep trouble, and not as usual, “hello-bye.” Before Celestia, I dated another girl, also from Lanta. Once, at a city league ball, she pointed a gun at me as if nothing had happened. As I remember now: silver, 22-gauge, with a handle trimmed with pink mother-of-pearl. The muzzle was sticking out of her purse under the table where we ate meat and baked potatoes. She said she knew that I was cheating on her with a BBA chick. How do you explain it? At first I was scared, but then not. Only in Atlanta can a girl be so sophisticated and completely repulsed at the same time. Suppose she was driven by love, but I did not know what to do: to propose or call the police? We parted before the sun rose, and the decision was not mine.

After being a gangster, I was alone for a while. Like everyone else, I read the news, heard that there may not be enough single black men in the country, but this pleasant news has not yet affected my status in any way. The women I liked were already lassoed by someone else. A little race is good for everyone involved, but the breakup with the gangster grabbed me like a tick, and I decided to go to Ilo for a couple of days to discuss everything with Roy Sr. My father is like the alpha and omega: he was here before you came and will be in the same chair when you leave.

– You don’t need a woman who brandishes a weapon, son.

I tried to explain that I was hooked by the contrast between the brutality of the gun and the luxury of the ball. Also:

– Dad, she was joking.

Roy senior nodded and took a sip of foamy beer from a glass:

– And if she jokes like that, what will happen when she gets really angry?

At this point, mother came in from the kitchen, as if addressing an interpreter:

– Ask him who she is dating right now. She may be crazy, but she has her brains. No one will just leave Roy Jr. – she definitely has a replacement on the bench.

“Your mom is asking who she’s dating now,” Roy Sr. said, as if my mom and I spoke different languages.

– Yes, with some lawyer. Perry Mason [7] does not pull, deals with contract law. Digging through papers.

– Aren’t you digging through papers? Roy asked.

– That’s a different matter. I am a sales representative, but this is temporary. I don’t connect my future with this, it just so happened that now I have such a job.

“I see,” said Roy Sr.

Mom came in again with comments from her kitchen gallery.

– Tell him these white girls are always breaking his heart. Tell him to remember the girls here from Allen Ward. Tell him to choose someone more suitable for himself.

“Mom says,” Roy began, but I interrupted him.

– I heard everything. Who told you that she was white?

Although she was just like that, but my mother has a fad about this.

Olivia was now standing in the aisle, drying her hands on a striped kitchen towel.

Don’t be angry. I don’t interfere in your business at all.

When it comes to girls, mothers are hard to please. All my friends tell me that their mothers strictly punished them: you can only marry your own. And in “Ebony” and “Jet” [8] they say that if a black guy has any money in his pocket, give him only white ones. As for me, I am all for blacks, but my mother still manages to nag me that she chose a girl of the wrong shade.

It would seem that she should have liked Celestia, because they are so similar, like relatives: cute, neat, like Thelma from my favorite TV series – my first on-screen love, by the way. But even though Celestia looked right, she came to us from another world – Princess Jasmine in the guise of Thelma. And Roy Sr., on the contrary, liked Celestia so much that, if not for me, he himself would have married her. And because of this, her mother did not love her anymore.

“There is only one way for me to win over Olivia,” Celestia once said.

– And which one?

“Have a baby,” she sighed. – When we see each other, she always looks at me as if her grandchildren are locked in my body, and I do not let them out.

– Come on, don’t make things up.

But, to tell the truth, I understood what my mother was driving at. A year later, I was ready to get down to business, to release a new generation with an updated list of instructions and rules.

Not that my upbringing with Celestia seemed wrong to me, but the world is changing, and children need to be brought up in a new way. In particular, I planned to never talk to my children about picking cotton. My parents talked endlessly about cotton, literally or figuratively. Whites say “works like hell” and blacks say “works like a cotton plantation”. I am not going to constantly remind my children that ordinary things are available to them because someone died for this. I don’t want Roy III sitting in a movie theater watching Star Wars (or whatever they have) and thinking that his right to sit in a chair and eat popcorn cost someone their life. This will not happen. Or it will, but just a little bit. We still need to figure out the proportions. Celestia vows never to tell a child that they have to work twice as hard to get half as much. “Even if it is, why would a five-year-old know this?”

In Celestia, all feminine qualities were combined in perfect proportion – not like a bland office worker, no, she carried her origin, as if it were a shine on the patent leather of expensive shoes. Besides, she fucked with the ingenuity of the artist, but did not go crazy. In other words, she didn’t carry a pink gun in her purse, but that didn’t ease the tension. Celestia always did what she saw fit, and it was felt right away. She was tall, 1.75m, with flat feet, and even taller than her father. I know that height is pure luck, but it seemed that she herself decided so. Her hair, thick and unruly, made her look a little taller than me. Even if you didn’t know that Celestia was a genius with thread and needle, it was clear that before you was a very special person. Although some (and by “some” I mean my mother) didn’t think so, I knew these qualities would make her a great mother.

I even considered asking her to name our child, son or daughter, Tomorrow.

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Dedicated to my mother’s sister, Alma Fay, and my sisters, Maxine and Marsha

You don’t control what happens to you, it only hurts you a little. And it doesn’t belong to you. Not only to you.

Claudia Rankin

Tayari Jones 9Roy those that remain. I am proud to place myself in the first group. My wife, Celestia, always said that I was a country boy to the core, but I never paid attention to such definitions. Strictly speaking, I did not grow up in the country: Ilo, Louisiana, is a small town. When they say “village”, they immediately imagine harvesting, hay in bales and milking cows. And I have never plucked even a box of cotton from a bush (which cannot be said about my father). In my life I have not touched a horse, goat or pig and do not want to try. Celestia always laughed and clarified that she didn’t mean that I was a farmer, I just came from the countryside. And she was born in Atlanta. It would seem that one can also say about her that she is a provincial. But she herself calls herself a “southern woman” (not to be confused with a “southern beauty” [1] ). And for some reason, she doesn’t mind if they say about her: “Peach from Georgia” [2] . I, however, also do not mind, and let’s stop there.

Celestia thinks her home is everywhere, and she’s right. At the same time, she falls asleep every night in the same walls where she grew up. I, on the other hand, sped off on the first bus, exactly seventy-one hours after graduation. I would have left earlier, only long-distance transport does not come to us in Ilo every day. By the time the postman brought my mom a cardboard tube with my diploma, I had already moved into a dorm room at Morehouse College and was attending a special program for students receiving a first generation scholarship [3] . We were told to arrive two and a half months earlier than the students with hereditary privileges, so that we could look around the area and memorize the basics. Imagine twenty-three black guys watching Spike Lee’s Wonderful School Years [4] and To the Teacher, Love [5] Sidney Poitier over and over and then you either understand or you don’t. Suggestion is not always bad.

All my life I was helped by social programs: at the age of five – “Handicap”, and then for a very long time – “Rise”. If I ever have children, they will be able to roll through life without side wheels, and I give credit to everyone involved.

I learned the rules in Atlanta – and I learned them quickly. I have never been called stupid in my life. But home is not where you end up, home is where you start from . A house is not chosen, like a family. In poker, the player is given five cards. He can exchange three, and he must keep two for himself: a family and a small homeland.

I have nothing against Ilo. Obviously, someone was much less fortunate, a person with a broad outlook is clear. As for me, although Ilo is located in Louisiana – obviously not where there are great opportunities in front of you, but this is an American state, and if you are black and want to achieve something, you will not find a better country than the USA. At the same time, you cannot call my family poor. Let me explain with my fingers. My dad worked so hard at the sporting goods store, fixing things in the evenings, and my mom spent so much time washing up trays in the cafeteria that I can’t act like we didn’t have shelter or food. We had it all – so let’s write it down.

Olivia, Roy and I lived together in a solid brick house in a good neighborhood. I had my own room, and when Roy Sr. added an addition, I had my own bathroom. When one shoe became too small for me, I immediately got new ones. I received a scholarship, but my parents also invested to send me to college.

But, in spite of this, to tell the truth, we had nothing more than that. If my childhood was a sandwich, the ham would not protrude beyond the edges of the bread. We had everything we needed but nothing more. “But no less,” my mother would add, and wrap me in a hug smelling of lemon caramels.

When I arrived in Atlanta, it seemed to me that I had a whole life ahead of me – an endless expanse of sea. You know what they say: “Go to Morehouse, sail higher.” Ten years later, I was at my best. When they asked me: “Where are you from?”, I answered simply: “From Lanta!” The city was so close to me that I began to call her like that. When the conversation turned to family, I talked about Celestia.

We got married a year and a half ago and were happy, at least I definitely was. We may not have behaved like the rest of the happy couples, but we weren’t like the average Negro-bourgeois, whose husband goes to bed with his laptop under his pillow, and his wife dreams of her Tiffany jewelry. I was young, hungry and eagerly looking into the future. Celestia was an artist, eccentric and dazzling. We were like lovers Nina and Darius from that melodrama [6] but older. What to say? I’ve always had a crush on bright women. When you are around them, you know that you are in deep trouble, and not as usual, “hello-bye.” Before Celestia, I dated another girl, also from Lanta. Once, at a city league ball, she pointed a gun at me as if nothing had happened. As I remember now: silver, 22-gauge, with a handle trimmed with pink mother-of-pearl. The muzzle was sticking out of her purse under the table where we ate meat and baked potatoes. She said she knew that I was cheating on her with a BBA chick. How do you explain it? At first I was scared, but then not. Only in Atlanta can a girl be so sophisticated and completely repulsed at the same time. Suppose she was driven by love, but I did not know what to do: to propose or call the police? We parted before the sun rose, and the decision was not mine.

After being a gangster, I was alone for a while. Like everyone else, I read the news, heard that there may not be enough single black men in the country, but this pleasant news has not yet affected my status in any way. The women I liked were already lassoed by someone else. A little race is good for everyone involved, but the breakup with the gangster grabbed me like a tick, and I decided to go to Ilo for a couple of days to discuss everything with Roy Sr. My father is like the alpha and omega: he was here before you came and will be in the same chair when you leave.

– You don’t need a woman who brandishes a weapon, son.

I tried to explain that I was hooked by the contrast between the brutality of the gun and the luxury of the ball. Also:

– Dad, she was joking.

Roy senior nodded and took a sip of foamy beer from a glass:

– And if she jokes like that, what will happen when she gets really angry?

At this point, mother came in from the kitchen, as if addressing an interpreter:

– Ask him who she is dating right now. She may be crazy, but she has her brains. No one will just leave Roy Jr. – she definitely has a replacement on the bench.

“Your mom is asking who she’s dating now,” Roy Sr. said, as if my mom and I spoke different languages.

– Yes, with some lawyer. Perry Mason [7] does not pull, deals with contract law. Digging through papers.

– Aren’t you digging through papers? Roy asked.

– That’s a different matter. I am a sales representative, but this is temporary. I don’t connect my future with this, it just so happened that now I have such a job.

“I see,” said Roy Sr.

Mom came in again with comments from her kitchen gallery.

– Tell him these white girls are always breaking his heart. Tell him to remember the girls here from Allen Ward. Tell him to choose someone more suitable for himself.

“Mom says,” Roy began, but I interrupted him.

– I heard everything. Who told you that she was white?

Although she was just like that, but my mother has a fad about this.

Olivia was now standing in the aisle, drying her hands on a striped kitchen towel.

Don’t be angry. I don’t interfere in your business at all.

When it comes to girls, mothers are hard to please. All my friends tell me that their mothers strictly punished them: you can only marry your own. And in “Ebony” and “Jet” [8] they say that if a black guy has any money in his pocket, give him only white ones. As for me, I am all for blacks, but my mother still manages to nag me that she chose a girl of the wrong shade.

It would seem that she should have liked Celestia, because they are so similar, like relatives: cute, neat, like Thelma from my favorite TV series – my first on-screen love, by the way. But even though Celestia looked right, she came to us from another world – Princess Jasmine in the guise of Thelma. And Roy Sr., on the contrary, liked Celestia so much that, if not for me, he himself would have married her. And because of this, her mother did not love her anymore.

“There is only one way for me to win over Olivia,” Celestia once said.

– And which one?

“Have a baby,” she sighed. – When we see each other, she always looks at me as if her grandchildren are locked in my body, and I do not let them out.

– Come on, don’t make things up.

But, to tell the truth, I understood what my mother was driving at. A year later, I was ready to get down to business, to release a new generation with an updated list of instructions and rules.

Not that my upbringing with Celestia seemed wrong to me, but the world is changing, and children need to be brought up in a new way. In particular, I planned to never talk to my children about picking cotton. My parents talked endlessly about cotton, literally or figuratively. Whites say “works like hell” and blacks say “works like a cotton plantation”. I am not going to constantly remind my children that ordinary things are available to them because someone died for this. I don’t want Roy III sitting in a movie theater watching Star Wars (or whatever they have) and thinking that his right to sit in a chair and eat popcorn cost someone their life. This will not happen. Or it will, but just a little bit. We still need to figure out the proportions. Celestia vows never to tell a child that they have to work twice as hard to get half as much. “Even if it is, why would a five-year-old know this?”

In Celestia, all feminine qualities were combined in perfect proportion – not like a bland office worker, no, she carried her origin, as if it were a shine on the patent leather of expensive shoes. Besides, she fucked with the ingenuity of the artist, but did not go crazy. In other words, she didn’t carry a pink gun in her purse, but that didn’t ease the tension. Celestia always did what she saw fit, and it was felt right away. She was tall, 1.75m, with flat feet, and even taller than her father. I know that height is pure luck, but it seemed that she herself decided so. Her hair, thick and unruly, made her look a little taller than me. Even if you didn’t know that Celestia was a genius with thread and needle, it was clear that before you was a very special person. Although some (and by “some” I mean my mother) didn’t think so, I knew these qualities would make her a great mother.

I even considered asking her to name our child, son or daughter, Tomorrow.

If it were my decision, we would be racing towards parenthood on our honeymoon. Imagine: the two of us are lying in a hut with a glass floor, and below us is the ocean. I didn’t even know what happened, but I pretended to be in the subject for a long time: when Celestia showed me the brochure, I said that this was my old dream. And so we lie in Bali, hovering over the ocean, and enjoy each other. The wedding was almost two days ago – we were separated from America by a twenty-three hour first-class flight. At the wedding, Celestia transformed into a doll version of herself: unruly hair tied into a tight bun at the back of her head, like a ballerina, a bright cosmetic blush on her cheeks. I watched her swim down the aisle toward me, arm in arm with her father, both of them giggling like it was still a rehearsal. And I stand, serious as four heart attacks and a stroke. But then she looked at me, pink lips formed into a kiss, and I realized what the joke was. She let me know that all this: the girls who carry the train of her dress, my business card suit, even the ring in my pocket – all this is not serious. But the twinkle in her eyes and the rapid flow of our blood were genuine. And then I smiled too.

In Bali, there was no trace of the bun, she walked around with her hair like from the seventies, and she was wearing nothing but glitter for the body.

– Let’s make babies.

She laughed:

– That’s how it is.

– I’m serious.

“Wait, daddy, it’s still early,” she said. And she added: “But soon.

For our paper wedding, I wrote on a piece of paper: “Is it coming soon?”

She turned the paper over and wrote on the other side: “It came yesterday. I went to the doctor and he said that my body is ready.”

But another piece of paper got in the way – my own business card. We came home from our anniversary dinner, went to Beautyful on Cascade Road, half restaurant, half diner. Not very luxurious, but this is where I proposed to her. She then said: “I agree, just hide the ring until we are robbed.” We came here again on our anniversary and had a feast: we ordered ribs, macaroni and cheese, and corn pudding. Then we went home, where there was already dessert: two pieces of wedding cake lay in the freezer for 365 days, waiting to see if we could last a year together. I wanted to continue this conversation, and I took out my wallet to show her a photo that I kept there. As I pulled the picture out of my pocket, my business card fell out of my wallet and landed softly next to the slices of Amaretto cake. On the back of the card was a woman’s name and phone number written in purple ink, which was bad enough in itself. But Celestia noticed three more digits, which she assumed were the hotel room number.

– I’ll explain everything.

The truth is this: I liked women. I liked to flirt with them, to feel this slight tremor. Sometimes I wrote down phone numbers, as I did in college. But 99.997 percent of the time, that was the end of it. I just liked knowing that I could still do it. Everything is innocent, right?

“Explain,” she said.

– She slipped it into my pocket herself.

– How could she slip your own business card into your pocket?

Celestia was very angry, and it turned me on a little, like a click on a stove before a flame erupted.

– She asked me for it herself. I thought it was nothing.

Celestia got up, collected the saucers of the cake and threw everything in the trash, if this wedding service was not good. Then she returned to the table, picked up a glass of pink champagne and knocked over the sparkling wine like it was a glass of tequila. Then she snatched the glass from my hands, drank my portion, and the glasses with long stems also flew into the trash. When they broke, they rang like bells.

– What kind of shit are you.

– But now I’m with you. In our house. Every night I lay my head next to you on the pillow.

– And all this on our fucking anniversary.

Her anger melted and became sadness. She sat down on a high chair.

– Why did you marry me if you want to cheat?

I did not tell her that the very fact of infidelity is impossible if you are not married. Instead, I told the truth.

“I never called her in my life,” I sat down next to her and added. “I love you,” these words sounded like a spell. – Happy anniversary to us.

She let me kiss her (good sign) and I tasted pink champagne on her lips. We had already undressed when she bit me hard on the ear.

– You are all lying.

She reached over to my bedside table and pulled out a silver square:

– Put it on.

I know there will be those who will say: our marriage was in crisis. People always have something to say when they can’t see what’s going on behind closed doors, in bed, between dusk and dawn. But I, being not only a witness, but also a part of our marriage, I am convinced that everything was in order with us. After all, if a piece of paper can piss her off, and a stupid rubber band drives me crazy, it means something.

Yes, we were married, but we were young and crazy about each other. A year has passed, and the fire between us is still burning. After all, what is the main difficulty here? Install the next update. In theory, we are like that series, “Another World” [9] , in the TV show “20 years later.” Growing up Wheatley and Dwayne. But people like Celestia and me, Hollywood has not yet invented. She has talent, and I am her manager and muse. Not in the sense that I am lying in what my mother gave birth to, and she draws me, no. I’m just being myself, and she’s watching me. Even before the wedding, her sculpture won a prize – from a distance it is just a ball of colored glass, but if you stand closer and look from a certain angle, the lines inside the glass folded into my profile. She was offered five thousand dollars for this work, but she did not want to sell it. When a marriage is in jeopardy, this is not done.

She supported me and I supported her. In the past, when men worked to keep their wives at home, they were called “breadwinners.” Roy Sr. was very eager to become a breadwinner so that Olivia would stay at home, but he did not succeed. Partly for him, and maybe for myself, I disappeared at work so that Celestia would stay at home and sew dolls – this was her work. I’m more for museum-grade marble sculptures and fine pencil drawings, but dolls are available even to the general public. I imagined a line of cloth dolls that we would sell in bulk – these can be put on a shelf or just hugged tight. She will have first-class commissioned works, and works of art for which they will pay five figures. But she will earn a name for herself on running dolls – that’s what I told her. And he turned out to be right.

I know that all this is overgrown with past and doesn’t feel like a wonderful garden at all, but to be honest, I need to tell everything from the very beginning. We were married for a little over a year, but it was a good year. Even she won’t argue with that.

A meteorite crashed into our lives on Labor Day [10] . We went to my parents in Ilo for the weekend. We decided to take a car, I liked such trips more. I often had to fly for work – then I worked as a sales representative in a publishing house of educational literature, which specialized in math manuals (although the maximum that I could do was to multiply in my head to twelve). Things went uphill for me: I knew how to sell. A week before our trip, I signed a good contract for the supply of textbooks with our alma mater, and everything went to the signing of another, with the State University of Georgia. It’s a long way to the tycoon, but I was hoping for a bonus that would be enough to start a conversation about buying a new house. Actually, I was completely satisfied with our current abode – a strong and spacious one-story house in a quiet area. It’s just that her parents gave it to us for the wedding, Celestia grew up in this house, and they passed it on to their only daughter – and only to her. That’s what white people usually do, give the kids a foothold, very American. But I wanted to hang my hat on a hook with my name on it.

That’s what was on my mind, but not in my soul, as we drove to Ilo. The quarrel on the anniversary was left behind, the old rhythm returned to our relationship. Old-school hip-hop was hammering into the speakers of our Honda Accord, a car for a family with children, but our back seats were empty for now.

Six hours later, I put on my turn signal and turned onto exit 163. As we pulled onto the two-lane road, I sensed that Celestia had changed somehow. She hunched her shoulders and gnawed at the ends of her hair.

– What happened? I asked as I turned down the volume on the greatest hip-hop album ever.

– I’m just worried.

– Because of what?

– You know, it feels like I forgot to turn off the oven.

I turned the volume back up to somewhere between thump and rumble.

– Call Andre.

Celestia fiddled with the belt as if it was chafing her neck too much.

– I always feel insecure around your parents.

– With mine?

People are simpler than Olivia and Roy, just not to be found. But Celestia’s parents can’t really be called open. Her father was a short dude, two inches tall from a pot, with a shock of hair no worse than that of Frederick Douglas [11] , which was divided in two by a side parting. In addition to everything, he was also some kind of brilliant inventor. And her mother worked in education, but was not a teacher or even a director, but an assistant inspector of the school district. Oh, and I forgot to say, her father struck gold ten or twelve years ago when he invented a compound that slows down the formation of sediment in orange juice. He sold this candy to a large corporation, and since then money has been pouring on their family endlessly. So these people are really hard to surprise. Compared to them, Olivia and Roy are just a gift.

“Yes, they love you,” I said.

– No, they love you.

– And I love you, and that’s why they love you too. Just like two and two.

Celestia was looking out the window, thin pines were rushing past.

– I’m worried, Roy. Let’s go home.

My wife tends to be dramatic. But she stammered in a strange way, and I understood that she was afraid.

– What’s wrong with you?

– I don’t know. Let’s go back?

– But what am I going to tell my mother? You know she’s already cooking dinner with might and main.

– Blame it all on me. Tell me it’s all my fault.

When you remember this, it seems that you are watching a horror movie, and you simply wonder why the heroes so persistently ignore the danger signs. After all, when someone’s ghostly voice tells you to “run”, you have to run. But in real life, you will never realize that you are in a horror movie. You would rather think that your wife is just cheating. You will secretly hope that she is pregnant, because it is the child who will bind her tightly to you and cut off her path of retreat.

When we arrived, Olivia was waiting for us on the veranda. Mom loves wigs, and on that occasion she wore peach jam curls. I parked in the yard right next to my dad’s Chrysler, turned off the engine, threw open the door, ran up the stairs, jumping over the step, and hugged my mom. She’s my baby, so I lifted her up in the air with no difficulty, and she laughed loudly, like a xylophone. “Little Roy,” she said, “at last you are home.”

After placing it on the ground, I turned around, but there was nothing behind me. I ran downstairs, jumping over the step again, opened the passenger door, and Celestia held out her hand to me. I swear I saw my mom roll her eyes when I got my wife out of the Honda.

“Here you have a triangle,” Roy explained to me while we drank cognac, secluded in the room. Olivia stood by the stove, and Celestia went out of the way to change.

“I was lucky,” he continued. – When my mother and I met, both were already free birds. Mine died, but hers lived somewhere in Oklahoma and behaved as if she had never existed.

“They will get along,” I answered him. Celestia just needs time to get used to a new person.

“Well, your mom is not an angel either,” Roy Sr. said in agreement, and we raised our glasses to drink to our difficult women who drove us crazy.

– It will be easier when she gives birth.

– Right. The wild animal will be appeased by the grandson.

– Whom did you call a beast?

Mom appeared in the room and sat on Roy Senior’s lap like a teenage girl. Celestia came out the other door, rested, beautiful, scented with citrus.

I settled into the recliner while my parents cooed on the couch and Celestia had nowhere to sit, so I patted my leg. She playfully perched on my lap. From the outside, we looked like part of an awkward double date from somewhere in the 50s.

Mom straightened up:

– Celestia, I heard you’re a celebrity.

– Excuse me? Celestia twitched slightly to get up, but I held her back.

– Well, you publish in a magazine. Why didn’t you tell us that you made a fuss?

Celestia was confused.

– This is just a herald of graduates.

“This is a magazine,” Mom answered.

She took the number from the shelf under the coffee table and opened the page with a dog-ear. In a photo posted there, Celestia was holding a Josephine Baker doll.0036 [12] . “Artists to watch,” read the caption in bold type.

“I sent this,” I confessed. – So what to do? I’m proud of you.

– Is it true that you are paid five thousand dollars for dolls? Olivia pursed her lips, looked at Celestia out of the corner of her eye, and quickly looked away.

“Not always,” Celestia replied, but I interrupted her.

– That’s right. After all, I’m her manager. And I won’t let anyone steal my wife.

– Five thousand dollars for a doll?

Olivia was fanning herself with a magazine, strands the color of peach jam flying up.

– Apparently, for this the Lord created the whites.

Roy grunted and Celestia twirled around like a beetle on its back, trying to get off my lap.

– It’s hard to judge from the photo – she justified herself like a little girl. – The headdress is hand-embroidered with beads, and…

– Five thousand dollars for beads is definitely enough, – put in my mother.

Celestia looked at me and I tried to reconcile them:

– Mom, scold the game, not the players.

Next to his woman, a man will always understand that he blurted out out of place. She knows how to control air ions so that you stop breathing.

– This is art, not a game.

Celestia’s eyes fell on the framed African designs on the wall.

– Real art.

Roy Sr., a skilled diplomat, suggested:

– Maybe if we could see it live…

– We have just one in the car, – I answered. – I’ll go get it.

Wrapped in a soft blanket, the doll looked like a living baby. Celestia has such quirks. On the one hand, this woman, let’s say, was afraid of motherhood, but at the same time she was quite reverent towards these creatures. I tried to explain to Celestia that she would have to change her attitude towards them when we put the dolls in the window. These dolls, like the one I held in my hands, will be sold out in a minute for the price of works of art. When sales go up, they will have to be sewn quickly, to establish mass production. No cashmere blankets for you. But I’ve closed my eyes to this one. The mayor of Atlanta ordered it for us as a gift for the chief of staff who was due to give birth by Thanksgiving.

When I pulled back the covers so that my mother could see the face, Olivia exhaled noisily. I winked at Celestia, she softened, returned the ions to their place, and I was able to breathe again.

“You look like you,” Olivia said and took the doll from my hands, holding her head.

“I made a face from his photograph,” Celestia quickly put in. Roy inspires me.

“That’s why she married me,” I joked.

“That’s not the only reason,” Celestia replied.

It was a magical moment – my mother could not utter a word. She was eating the bundle in her hands with her eyes when her father got up from the sofa, came up to her and looked over her shoulder.

“She has Austrian crystals in her hair,” Celestia continued, getting more and more carried away. – Turn towards the light.

The mother unfolded the doll and the baby’s head shone as the light of the lamps danced on the black crystal cap.

“Like a halo,” said mother. “That’s what it’s like to be a mother. You have your own angel.

Mom moved to the sofa and put the doll on the pillow. It was like a bad trip happened to me, so the doll looked like me (at least in my childhood photos). It’s like looking into an enchanted mirror: in Olivia I saw that sixteen-year-old girl who became a mother very early, but was tender with her child, like a spring day.

– Can I buy it from you?

“No,” I said. I was bursting with pride. “Mom, this is a special order. Ten pieces, finished smoothly, the deal was made by your obedient servant.

“Of course,” said the mother, covering the doll’s face with a blanket, like a shroud. – Yes, and why such an old woman needs a doll.

“Take it,” Celestia said.

I gave her a look that Celestia called the look of a young businessman. The deadline was not just strict – it was written in black and white and signed in triplicate. There is no transfer of dates.

Without even looking at me, Celestia said,

“I’ll make another one.

– No, don’t. I don’t want you to get in trouble because of me. He just looks so much like a newborn Roy.

I reached out to take the doll from her, but she was in no hurry to give it back, and Celestia was in no hurry to help me. One has only to praise her work, she immediately hangs her ears and melts. We’ll have to work on that, too, if we’re serious about going into business.

“Keep it to yourself,” Celestia said, as if the three months she had spent on this doll never happened. “I’ll make more for the mayor.

Olivia has now mixed the ions.

– Oh, mayor. I apologize! She gave me the doll. “Get it back to the car before I get it dirty.” And then give me a bill for ten thousand.

“That’s not what I meant at all,” Celestia looked at me guiltily.

“Mom,” I said.

“Olivia,” Roy Sr. said.

“Mrs. Hamilton,” Celestia said.

– It’s time for the table, – said my mother. “I hope you’ll be satisfied with the sweet potato with mustard leaves.”

We didn’t eat in complete silence, but no one really talked about anything. Olivia got so mad that she ruined the iced tea. I took a long sip, anticipating the soft aftertaste of cane sugar, and coughed at the sharp taste of table salt. Soon my school certificate fell from the wall, a crack ran through the glass. More signs? May be. But I was torn between two women, whom I cherished infinitely, and did not think about messages from above. Do not think, I know how to behave correctly in a difficult situation. Any man knows how to make sure that he has enough for everyone. But Mom and Celestia split me in two. Olivia bore me and nurtured me into the man I became. And Celestia led me into the future, opened a shining door for me to the next level.

For dessert, my mother made my favorite cinnamon and hazelnut pie, but I couldn’t get a piece in my throat because of this quarrel with the doll for ten grand. Nevertheless, I persevered and ate two servings: everyone knows that if you want to completely bring a southern woman to a white heat, just refuse to eat her food. So Celestia and I ate the pie like refugees, even though we promised each other to eat less sweets.

When the table was cleared, Roy Sr. said:

– Well, shall we move your things from the car?

– No, old man – my voice was thinner than the crust in my mother’s cake. – I booked a room for us at the Pine Forest.

– Are you going to sleep in this hole and not in your own house? Olivia asked.

– I want to take Celestia back to where it all started.

– But it can be done here too.

But, to be honest, no. My parents love to twist the past, and this story needed to be told differently. We had been married for a year, and Celestia had to finally find out who she married.

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    John Jones – Dominic Reyes | Preview and Predictions for UFC 247

    Jon Jones will defend his light heavyweight title against Dominick Reyes at UFC 247. Will the currently No. 13 fights? In anticipation of an exciting fight between the best American fighters, we have prepared predictions for the fight Jones – Reyes.

    Jones-Reyes Comparison

    John “Bones” Jones

    Fighter

    Dominic “The Destroyer” Reyes

    32

    Age

    30

    193 cm

    Height

    193 cm

    93 kg

    Weight

    93 kg

    214.6 cm

    Arm span

    195.6 cm

    19-1-0 (1 failed fight)

    Record in UFC

    6-0-0

    25-1-0 (1 failed fight)

    Mixed martial arts record

    12-0-0

    12:34

    Average battle duration

    5:05

    57%

    Impact accuracy

    52%

    Champion

    UFC Ranking

    4th place

    Jones is a respected, if controversial, figure in the UFC. He shows consistently successful results, overshadowed by doping scandals and incidents in his personal life.

    He won the light heavyweight title for the first time with a TKO victory over Mauricio Rua at UFC 128 in March 2011. He successfully defended the belt in eight consecutive fights but was stripped of the title after his last fight against Daniel Cormier at UFC 182 for violating the UFC Athlete Code of Ethics by running away from the scene of an accident.

    After wresting the title from Ovince Saint-Preux at UFC 197, he was once again stripped of the belt when both clomiphene and letrozole tested positive ahead of his unification bout with Cormier. For this, he was also suspended from fighting for one year.

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    Jones fought Cormier again and won at UFC 214. However, he was stripped for the third time for another anti-doping rule violation and the results of the fight were declared invalid. He captured the title again in his next fight against Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 232 in December 2018 and has since defended it in two fights.

    Dominick Reyes made his debut in mixed martial arts relatively late, having his first professional fight at the age of 25. Despite this, he went undefeated in his first twelve fights and is famous for his fast, hard knockouts.

    Reyes received the Performance of the Night award twice in his first six fights in the UFC (the last for a win over former middleweight champion Chris Weidman). This helped him skyrocket to #4 in the rankings, culminating in his rise to take on what many UFC fans consider to be the best mixed martial artist of all time.

    Jones vs. Reyes odds analysis0011 1.208

    * (slightly over 79% chance of winning). Reyes win odds – 4,600 * (the probability of his victory is approximately 21%).

    This means that Reyes has an average chance of winning compared to other recent Jones opponents.

    The reasons for this are quite simple. In addition to the glory of the champion and significantly more experience, Jones has a significantly greater range and accuracy of strikes. In addition, he has not lost a fight since losing to Matt Hamill in December 2009.d.

    In the case of several of the last major fights, the Jones odds increased as the fight approached. In particular, before his last fight against Thiago Santos, the coefficient at the opening was 1.125, and at the close – 1.174. In addition, before the aforementioned fight with Saint-Preux, the coefficient increased from 1.13 to 1.19. This means that those who plan to bet on the favorite can earn a little more if they postpone the bet until the last days before the fight.

    Reyes is new to being an outsider. The coefficient on his victory only once exceeded 1.5 in six appearances in the UFC. He is implied to have an average chance of winning compared to Jones’ other recent opponents, with odds lower than Santos (5. 140) and Anthony Smith (6.760), but higher than Gustafsson (3.530) and Cormier (3.660).

    Jones vs. Reyes Fighting Styles Comparison

    Jones is an adaptable fighter who enjoys using his huge reach and refined technique to strike with style. In terms of attack, he prefers a flurry of kicks, often using straight kicks to the opponent’s body and head, roundhouse kicks designed to unbalance the opponent’s legs and upper body, and a “slant” kick to damage the knees.

    Reyes’ arm span is 19 cm shorter than Jones, so he will be forced to attack from afar.

    During the latter half of his career, Jones became increasingly defensive, looking to capitalize on his opponent’s mistakes rather than overpower him with brute force. Indeed, in six of his last eight bouts, he held his own for the long haul and won by decision. Of his last twelve wins, only two are recorded as knockouts.

    Former football running back Reyes is considered to be one of the best in the tournament in terms of fitness, and thanks to his incredible stamina, he can unleash long series of powerful shots at opponents. Typically, this allows you to inflict injuries on the opponent before he can express himself. That is why nine of his twelve fights in mixed martial arts ended in the first round.

    Reyes is a good and versatile fighter who also defeated opponents with powerful high kicks and submissions. There is nothing surprising in the fact that the surest way for him to win will be to use his strengths. He hits 5.03 significant punches per minute, while Jones hits 4.31. He will most likely launch a fast punch in the early rounds, aiming to disarm Jones before he takes control of the fight.

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    However, this will require Reyes to maintain the perfect balance between strength and quick reaction. His arm span is 19 cm smaller than Jones, so he will be forced to attack from afar. Staying close for a long time, he risks giving Jones an easy opportunity for kicks and tackles.

    If at any stage the fight goes to the ground, there is no doubt that Jones will win. As one of the best fighters in the UFC, he averages 1.90 takedowns per 15 minutes and has a 45% takedown accuracy compared to Reyes’ 0.39.and 16%.

    Jones is especially good at controlling his opponent’s arms during tackles, taking advantage of opportunities for elbows and knees. It would be a mistake for Reyes to try to defeat Jones with his own methods, because he successfully deflects 95% of takedown attempts.

    Jones – Reyes Betting Strategy

    Of the two fighters, Jones has the better chance of controlling the fight, and judging by his form lately, he will be fine with a long fight, so it makes sense to bet on it. Likewise, betting on Jones to win by points or decision is a simple but practical way to increase the overall odds for those who are sure he will live up to pre-fight expectations.

    Most likely, Jones’s physical abilities will help him pass all the new tests that Reyes’ style will present.

    However, Jones should be aware that Reyes has more stamina than most opponents, which means he can take a slightly more aggressive and direct approach by trying to win by submission. All four of his last victories have been by submission in the second or fourth round, so this outcome is most likely in the middle stages of the fight.

    Basically, Reyes has to rely on his fists to win the title. However, as mentioned earlier, his typical attempts to knock out an opponent or TKO in the first round will certainly play into the hands of Jones. This means that he can try to land as many punches as possible in the first round and then knock out the opponent in the second or third.

    Overall, Reyes is an interesting opponent for Jones, but nothing more. Jones has repeatedly defeated fighters with a wide variety of skill sets, and his experience and ability will help him overcome any challenge that Reyes’ style can bring and win.

    John Jones – Israel Adesanya: odds and prediction for the fight

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    4, October 2020

    At the beginning of 2021, mixed martial arts fans can watch one of the most high-profile fights in the history of this sport – Jon Jones vs. Israel Adesanya. The fighters have been waging an “undermining” war on Twitter for a long time, but now to see such a confrontation is the most logical and correct from a business point of view. UFC President Dana White has already responded to these rumors and said he would be happy to arrange a meeting. Considering that the December and January numbered tournaments are actually busy with the main fights, we are destined to see the Jones-Adesanya fight no earlier than next February.

    Bookmakers’ odds

    Bookmakers are already accepting bets on this fight, despite the lack of date, place and official announcement. As expected, Jon Jones opened as the favorite, but quotes for him rose relative to those that we saw about a year ago. Now you can bet on the victory of the 33-year-old American with a coefficient of 1.56. The chances of 31-year-old Nigerian Israel Adesanya are estimated at 2.30. The fighters compete in different weight categories, but it is obvious that it is Adesanya who will have to move up to the light heavyweight division (up to 93 kg). It is possible that the management of the promotion will come up with a special title for them, since the Pole Jan Blachowicz holds the usual UFC belt here.

    Fighter Resume

    John Jones

    The 33-year-old American vacated the light heavyweight belt in August for big fights in the heavyweight division. However, Jones was not given a fight for the title, and he does not want to fight with rating fighters. Moreover, John is at a stage in his career where he only needs money fights. The former UFC champion can make good money just on Adesanya, who is the rising star of the organization. The fighters have long been eager to fight among themselves, but it seems that they will really try to organize this fight only now, when Jones has begun to decline. It would be foolish to throw Israel under the spade John, but now he will have a chance.

    The main asset of “Bones” is experience. At the professional level, the 33-year-old American has been performing since 2008 and has had 28 fights, won 26 victories, suffered one defeat by disqualification, and once his fight was declared invalid. Jones has held the UFC light heavyweight title three times (up to 93 kg), and his overall dominance in the division has lasted since 2011. John defeated Mauricio Rua, Glover Teixeira, Ryan Bader, Quinton Jackson, Lyoto Machida, Brandon Vera, Rashad Evans, Vitor Belfort, Chael Sonnen, Alexander Gustafsson, Daniel Cormier, Thiago Santos, Anthony Smith. The American had his last fight in February of this year and won it extremely controversially against Dominick Reyes.

    Adesanya is a tall guy, but Jones still has the advantage in size. The 33-year-old ex-champion weighs at least 105 kg in the off-season, his height is 193 cm, and his arm span is 215 cm. John makes excellent use of his anthropometry, but against less speedy opponents than Israel. In the early years, the American was a bright finisher, but now he fights extremely carefully and does not seek to win ahead of schedule. Jones has 16 early victories. Curiously, “Bones” has dealt with many top grapplers on the ground, although he himself only has a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

    Israel Adesanya

    The 31-year-old Nigerian has been a professional mixed martial artist since 2012, with a height of 193 cm and an arm span of 203 cm. Adesanya has been the UFC middleweight champion (up to 83.9 kg) since October 2019 th and had two successful defenses. Israel defeated Robert Whittaker, Yoel Romero, Brad Tavares, Anderson Silva, Kelvin Gastelum, Derek Brunson, Marvin Vettori. The champion had a very bright last fight and knocked out Paulo Costa in the second round. The victory over the Brazilian allowed Adesanya to enter the top 3 of the pound-for-pound ranking and remove Miocic from there. If Israel beats Jones, he will become the best fighter, regardless of the weight category. To date, the track record of the Nigerian: 20-0.

    Adesanya will be vastly outnumbered in size and physical strength, but in terms of speed and stamina, Israel can compete with Jones. Fast low kicks and other kicks from Israel will knock the American out of position. Even the big punchers could not knock out John, so we are convinced that the 31-year-old African will use the “bike” tactics and try to work out as the second number throughout all five rounds. In striking technique, Adesanya is incredibly diverse and creative, because he has 80 kickboxing fights behind him. The middleweight champion has 15 knockout wins.

    Prediction for the Jones-Adesanya fight

    A year ago, such a fight seemed insane, and MMA fans were sure that Jones would simply “kill” Adesanya. Today, there are significantly fewer supporters of such a theory, and all because of the latest performances of the fighters. Jones scored two controversial victories over Santos and Reyes, looked slow and sluggish, reminiscent only remotely of the former “Bones”. Perhaps John just lacks motivation, as age allows him to be at a high level. Although, on the other hand, the 33-year-old American dominates 93 kg since 2011 and has clearly exhausted himself with a busy career. Under equal conditions, we would bet on Adesanya, but we doubt that the Nigerian will have enough physical strength to cope with Jones. One transfer to the ground from the ex-champion, and Israel will not be able to get back on his feet. Even Marvin Vettori performed takedowns on the 31-year-old Nigerian, let alone the huge Jon Jones.

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3rd Dakar: Historical Triumph Audi and Fora for the KamAZ leader

Third day of rally marathon in Saudi Arabia, was rich in the successes favorites. Let’s talk about the main events…

Through the lens

The bad weather that has been prevailing in the Al-Artavia region in recent days forced the Dakar organizers to make adjustments to the route of the third day of the race. The special stage was shortened by as much as a hundred kilometers and the start took place from the place where the first control point was originally located. Before the start of the stage, the crews covered 214 km of the liaison, after the finish – 166 km, and the length of the fastest section was 255 km. What was on the menu of the day? Wet after the rains and therefore heavier, but less viscous sand, as well as a string of dunes with a total length of 30 km. And it was only a training session ahead of tomorrow’s 485-kilometer stage, the longest in the current Dakar…

Landscape from the third stage of Dakar-2022Photo: A.S.O./F.Le Floc’h/DPPI

Highlights

David’s victory over Goliath is one of the Dakar classics. And in the category of motorcycles, the Portuguese Joaquim Rodriguez, who won his first victory on the special stages in six years of Dakar performances, acted as David today [see. heading “Performance of the day”]. His result did not affect the disassembly in the group of favorites: there the riders have their own struggle, which, on the eve of tomorrow’s test on the way to Riyadh, has become even denser. In the top six of the overall standings, representatives of five brands: Gas Gas, Yamaha, KTM, Husqvarna and Sherco, and only four seconds separate the two leaders Sam Sunderland and Adrien van Beveren.

Just a little short of Henk Lategan’s first victory in the car category. The South African was the fastest at the intermediate cuts, but at the finish he lost to Carlos Sainz, who eventually scored his 40th anniversary victory [see. heading “Figure of the day”]. Nevertheless, the Matador still has not recovered from the disappointment in the first stage, when, in fact, it lost all chances to impose a fight on Nasser Al-Attiyah in the general classification. And now Sebastien Loeb doesn’t have many chances: due to a breakdown of the drive shaft at the 10th kilometer, the Frenchman drove the rest of the distance with a drive on only one axle and, as a result, lagged behind Al-Attiyah by 37 minutes.

Russian Vladimir Vasiliev finished in 11th place and is now sixth in the overall standings The crew of Alexei Kuzmich and Saudi rider Yasir Seidan was 14th at the stage, Denis Krotov became 35th.

Among quad bikers after troubles with Laisvydas Kancius [see. rubric [see “Crushing Blow”] leadership was intercepted by Pablo Copetti, and the Russian Alexander Maksimov came out on the third position.

Alexander MaksimovPhoto: A.S.O./G.Soldano/DPPI

In the light prototype category T3, Seth Quintero took the consolation prize in the form of a stage victory, having lost several hours the day before due to the breakdown of his buggy. Leading advantage 9minutes holds Chaleko Lopez, and the third place after three days of the race is taken by the Russian Dakar debutant Pavel Lebedev. In the SSV classification, Marek Gochal won the second victory, while Austin Jones continues to lead the general classification. Russian Sergey Karyakin, after the second consecutive finish in the top 10, rose to 16th place.

In the category of trucks, two leading representatives of KAMAZ-master Dmitry Sotnikov and Eduard Nikolaev fought each other throughout the whole stage. In the middle of the distance, they walked with a difference of 12 seconds, but then the five-time Dakar winner collided with a tree, then a wheel exploded on his car. As a result, Sotnikov confidently won and played nine minutes against his main pursuer in the overall standings.

Eduard NikolaevPhoto: A.S.O. / F.Gooden / DPPI

Performance of the day: Joaquim Rodriguez

Hardly before the start of the day Hero Motorsport rider Joaquim Rodriguez could have imagined that he would be the hero of the day. But he became one. The Portuguese sensationally scored in the top three at all control points and won by 1 minute 3 seconds over the closest pursuer Toby Price. He dedicated this unexpected but very important victory to the team, for which the last two years have turned into an ordeal: the tragic death of driver Paulo Gonçalves on January 12, 2020, the ups and downs, the reduction in the Dakar 2022 squad from four to two pilots after how Sebastian Buhler and Franco Kaimi were injured just a few weeks before the start. “This is a very touching moment,” Rodriguez did not hold back his emotions at the finish line.

Joaquim RodriguezPhoto: A.S.O. / F.Gooden / DPPI

A crushing blow: Laisvydas Cancius

Before the start of the prologue on January 1, last year’s Dakar rookie Laisvydas Cancius spoke rather modestly about his goals for the race after a decent seventh place in his debut. “It’s great if I finish sixth. But, of course, like any athlete, I dream of the podium.” However, already on the second day of the rally-marathon, the Lithuanian won the stage with a 10-minute advantage and led the overall standings! And even fourth place the next day was more than enough for him to stay ahead. “Slow down, we stick to the plan,” he commented with a smile on the expectations after such a rapid start.

But, alas, at the third stage, everything collapsed – first Laisvydas lost time due to a breakdown, and then, as if there were few technical problems, he was hopelessly stuck on a dune. There was nothing left but to call a rescue helicopter and evacuate to the bivouac. The only good news is that on Wednesday he will be able to return to the race and, albeit with a penalty, will continue to fight for victories in individual stages and gain experience.

Digit of the day: 1985

Back to the future! Carlos Sainz took us all back 36 years to 1985 year. After all, it was then that the Audi brand won the previous time at the Dakar special stage: the French driver Bernard Darnish won at the wheel of the Quattro of the private Malardeau team.

The Matador itself celebrated its 40th anniversary victory and the first driving an Audi RS Q e-tron. Well, the icing on the cake is the first success of the T1-Ulimate category car, which presents vehicles powered by alternative energy sources.

Edmond preschool: Pre-K Program & Lottery Process – Edmond Public Schools

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Description:

Santa Fe Child Development Center is an establishment situated in Edmond, OK that is providing services for the students in the community. This child care organization currently accepts children in thesurrounding areas ranging from 0 to 6 years old and older. This child care center started operating in the year 2006 and is accommodating a total of up to 120 students in maximum capacity….

Recent Review:

Sant Fe Child Development Center has been closed since January 2020. New ownership a, Pricing, and Reviews on Care.com, Yelp, and other sites reflect the closed and sold daycare. This has been reported severaltimes to various review sites and agencies. Please see the actual daycare business at santafechilddevelopment.com…

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Description:

Our philosophy is to provide a caring and loving environment for your child with a Christian basis including morals and values that build a young mind and heart. We want our center to be an investment in yourchild’s future, not just a daycare experience. We are family owned and take great pride in our center which includes a state of the art air purification system and security cameras in each room.
The Infant Room focuses on the development of the basic skills. Our teachers use language and touch for visual, verbal and physical stimulation while meeting the schedules and needs of your child.
In the fast paced toddler room, we meet basic needs while giving them plenty of time to explore and discover. We have floor and table time with the teachers for verbal, visual, and physical learning. Basic skills are introduced with flash cards, art, and play with learning to share and self-expression being a priority.
In the Two Year Old Room, we begin to follow a schedule with activities and skills as little attention spans will allow. This is done through different centers, group time, free play, and teacher time. We work on sharing, how to treat others, and following rules. Potty training begins as the child is ready.
We are ready to sit down and learn more in the Three’s Room. Our schedule consists of centers, carpet times, free play, teacher time, and more specified activities and tasks. We tackle the basics by beginning to master shapes, colors, numbers, letters, and rules of behavior that were started in the two’s room.
We are getting ready for school in the 4 Year Old Room by stressing the importance of setting a schedule and following rules. We have free play, carpet time, teacher time, and centers with more activities and learning situations being introduced. We work on our social skills and communication while building on classifications, sequencing, phonics, and numbers.
School Age Kids have been in school all day and are ready to have some fun and free time now. We will assist with homework and build on what they are doing in school. This is their time to socialize while still having boundaries….

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14901 North Kelly, Edmond, OK 73003

Costimate: $147/day

Description:

We are new to the Edmond area. Before moving to Edmond, we were located in Illinois and in the childcare business for over 15 years. We provide Preschool (3-5 years), 1st-3rd grade, before and after schoolcare, and summer camp (5-12 years). We are open M-F fro 6am-6pm. For more information contact us at 4056969500…

Recent Review:

My son has gone here since they opened and he LOVES it. All the teachers and staff who work here have been really good people.

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Description:

What matters to us at La Petite Academy is simple: Your child. Here, exceptionally strong, sound social and educational foundations are formed. Here, children learn to respect one another. Learn together. Learnto work together. Learn to have fun constructively. And discover how enjoyable learning can be. It all starts by design. The free-flowing, open concept design of our facilities inspires a nurturing, interactive, and collaborative environment in which your child can thrive. Our schools and classrooms are designed to give children room to grow, room to share and room to be themselves. At La Petite Academy, open spaces and open concepts promote open minds….

Description:

What matters to us at La Petite Academy is simple: Your child. Here, exceptionally strong, sound social and educational foundations are formed. Here, children learn to respect one another. Learn together. Learnto work together. Learn to have fun constructively. And discover how enjoyable learning can be. It all starts by design. The free-flowing, open concept design of our facilities inspires a nurturing, interactive, and collaborative environment in which your child can thrive. Our schools and classrooms are designed to give children room to grow, room to share and room to be themselves. At La Petite Academy, open spaces and open concepts promote open minds….

Description:

What matters to us at La Petite Academy is simple: Your child. Here, exceptionally strong, sound social and educational foundations are formed. Here, children learn to respect one another. Learn together. Learnto work together. Learn to have fun constructively. And discover how enjoyable learning can be. It all starts by design. The free-flowing, open concept design of our facilities inspires a nurturing, interactive, and collaborative environment in which your child can thrive. Our schools and classrooms are designed to give children room to grow, room to share and room to be themselves. At La Petite Academy, open spaces and open concepts promote open minds….

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At Childtime, your child gets what he or she needs to develop their best mind, their love of learning, their personality, their bright future. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, central to our educationalphilosophy is the belief that secure relationships with responsive and respectful adults provide the basis for all learning. Staff and teachers, and the relationships children develop with them, are vital for learning, for trust, and for independence. Our approach is designed to help them grow as students and people, in school, and in life beyond.

Description:

At Childtime, your child gets what he or she needs to develop their best mind, their love of learning, their personality, their bright future. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, central to our educationalphilosophy is the belief that secure relationships with responsive and respectful adults provide the basis for all learning. Staff and teachers, and the relationships children develop with them, are vital for learning, for trust, and for independence. Our approach is designed to help them grow as students and people, in school, and in life beyond….

Description:

We are Infant/Child CPR, First Aid and Preventive Health Practices certificated, 10 years of experience in family childcare.
We keep our home stress free and enjoyable to give your child the best homechildcare experience. Your child will enjoy learning a new language, listening to age appropriate music throughout the day,
In our cozy, close-to-home, childcare setting, we are allowed to give your child the one-on-one attention they deserve.
The facility has a lot of spaces designated just for the child care, including fun playroom and comfortable nap room.
Daily Activities Include:
Infant, Toddler and preschool Curriculum,
Art-Sensory Projects,
Reading Time,
Physical activity,
Outdoor Activities,
Portuguese Learning Time,
Music.
We are licensed and comply with all state regulations to ensure the safety and happiness of your child. We are only accepting a limited number of children in our program to maintain and ensure a quality, wholesome environment….

Description:

Morning Preschool Schedule
Two day program:
Monday, Wednesday: 9:00am – 11:30am Cost: $135/month
Mini three year old program:
Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00am – 11:30am; Tues or Thurs 11:30 – 2:30pm Cost:$160/month;
Three day program:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00am – 11:30am Cost:$160/month
Four day program:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00am – 11:30am
Cost: $170/month…

Description:

At Primrose, we see children as active learners who are trying to make sense of the world around them. Our Balanced Learning curriculum encourages the natural tendency to explore. Each classroom buzzes withactivities that stimulate, develop, and support your child’s sense of wonder. Every day, children learn the importance of friendship, generosity, and honesty.
The development of our Balanced Learning curriculum is based on well-researched educational theories and real classroom experiences.
Primrose Schools is accredited by AdvancED, the parent organization of the divisions of SACS CASI and NCA CASI which accredit local Primrose Schools across the nation. We believe that this accreditation is the gold standard, considering AdvancED is dedicated to advancing excellence in education worldwide by providing accreditation, research, and professional services to 27,000 public and private schools and 4,500 school districts across the U.S. and in 65 foreign countries….

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La Petite Academy Child Care located in Edmond, OK has a comprehensive program that maximizes your child’s learning potential through experiential opportunity in a variety of age- appropriate contexts fromInfants, Toddlers, Twos/Early Preschool, Pre-K/K Prep, Before and After School. The center are open on weekdays from 6:15 am to 6:15 pm….

Description:

La Petite Academy Child Care located in Edmond, OK has a comprehensive program that maximizes your child’s learning potential through experiential opportunity in a variety of age- appropriate contexts fromInfants, Toddlers, Twos/Early Preschool, Pre-K/K Prep, Before and After School. The center is accredited by National Early Childhood Program Accreditation. They are open on weekdays from 6:00 am to 6:30 pm….

Description:

Located in Edmond, Oklahoma, La Petite Academy-N Santa Fe offers a wide range of early learning programs and enrichment opportunities for preschool children. The company’s curricular offerings areNECPA-accredited and focus on developing the whole child. La Petite also provides before and after-school programming for school age kids, ages 5 to 12 years old….

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Childcare Network #199 is a day care center at 14300 North Western Avenue, Edmond, OK that follows a structured curriculum which focuses on health and fitness. Their center also offers additional services suchas the provision of USDA Approved meals & snacks absolutely free of charge….

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Children from 6 weeks through 12 years old are invited to come and join Childcare Network #200, a child care center located on 1909 East, 15th Street Edmond, OK. Their center offers various educational servicesevery Mondays thru Fridays from 6:30 am until 6:00 pm….

Description:

St. John’s Child Development Center s mission is to help children develop their Catholic faith. We provide a safe, loving environment emphasizing spiritual and religious values and hands on experiencesencouraging social and emotional growth through play.
St. John’s CDC offers The Nest (a kid’s day out program) for children 18 months – 4 years. Additionally, we offer a full time care program for 3 – 4 year olds and before and after care for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton students.
Summer programs are also available….

Description:

We are trained to work with your 3 to 12 years of age with special needs.

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FAQs for finding preschools in Edmond

In 2022 what types of preschool can I find near me in Edmond, OK?

There are two main types of preschool programs you can send your kids to in Edmond, OK. The first is a full-time preschool program that usually works well for parents working full-time shifts. The second is a part-time preschool program where you can enroll your child for 2-3 days per week and typically choose between a morning or afternoon shift. A part-time preschool can be a great option if you want to ease the transition of this new learning experience for your child. You can also check your options in Edmond, OK for traditional preschool centers, or private home-based preschools.

What should I look for in a good preschool program in Edmond, OK?

When you begin looking for preschools in Edmond, OK ask about the ratio of learning time to supervised play time so you can get a good sense of whether you believe your child’s needs will be met. From there, ask about what a typical day consists of, what the safety protocols are and how discipline will be handled. Also, make sure to check directly with the preschool for information about their local licensing and credentials in Edmond, OK.

How can I find a preschool near me in Edmond, OK?

There are currently 634 preschools in Edmond, OK on Care.com and you can filter these local results by distance from your zip code. From there, you can compare between preschool programs by traditional facility-based preschools and private, in-home preschools. Be sure to check reviews from other families in Edmond, OK who have previously sent their kids to any of the preschools you are interested in.

Primrose School of Edmond Home

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Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action

Age Groups Served

  • Infant
  • Toddler
  • Early Preschool
  • Preschool
  • Pre-Kindergarten
  • After School
  • Summer Adventure Club

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<p>Jon and Sharon Tanner and are the owners of the Primrose School of Edmond. We have been residents of Oklahoma City for over 45 years. In June of 2008 we opened the first Oklahoma Primrose School in the city of Edmond. The first time we toured a Primrose school we were very impressed with the curriculum, operational approach, and atmosphere. As we learned more about Primrose we became increasingly impressed with their balanced learning approach. We decided that while our children did not have the opportunity to attend a Primrose School, we could bring Primrose to Oklahoma and our families. Call now to register your child and begin a partnership that will enrich your child’s future.</p><p>AWARDS:</p><p>Winner of Best Preschool, Edmond Sun, Sunshine Award</p><p>Top 5 Finalist Reader’s Choice Awards</p><p>Top 5 Finalist Metro Family, Best Preschool</p>

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Jon and Sharon Tanner

FRANCHISE OWNER

Jon and Sharon Tanner and are the owners of the Primrose School of Edmond. We have been residents of Oklahoma City for over 45 years. In June of 2008 we opened the first Oklahoma Primrose School in the city of Edmond. The first time we toured a Primrose school we were very impressed with the curriculum, operational approach, and atmosphere. As we learned more about Primrose we became increasingly impressed with their balanced learning approach. We decided that while our children did not have the opportunity to attend a Primrose School, we could bring Primrose to Oklahoma and our families. Call now to register your child and begin a partnership that will enrich your child’s future.

AWARDS:

Winner of Best Preschool, Edmond Sun, Sunshine Award

Top 5 Finalist Reader’s Choice Awards

Top 5 Finalist Metro Family, Best Preschool

See What’s Happening in Our School

  • Looking for Child Care in Edmond?

    We are conveniently located on N Western Avenue, right down the road from Charles Haskell Elementary School. Unlike an ordinary daycare in Edmond, we provide your child with a robust early education and child care experience.

  • We Are Currently Enrolling for These Programs (Ages 6 Weeks to 12 Years)

    Infant, Toddler, Early preschool, Preschool, Pre-kindergarten, After school and Summer adventure club

  • We bus to the following elementary schools:

    West Field Elementary School, Angie Debo Elementary School, Grove Valley Elementary School and Frontier Elementary School

  • How We Foster a Sense of Belongingness

    Children who feel valued and included are better equipped to show kindness and compassion to others, including those who are different from themselves.

  • Welcome to Og’s Book Corner

    Each month we feature a classroom book that helps children feel a sense of belongingness. This month we sat down with Markette Sheppard to discuss her book “What Is Light?” and the message she wants to send to children.

  • Best In Edmond

    Mrs. Tanner received the award for Best in Edmond from Edmond Mayor, Charles Lamb

  • An Introduction to ASQ®

    To better meet the individual needs of every child, we’re proud to implement Ages & Stages Questionnaires® (ASQ®-3 and ASQ®:SE-2) in Primrose schools across the country.

  • Grounded in research, fueled by fun

    Our new exclusive Harmony & Heart® program integrates our proprietary music and books in a variety of thoughtful ways each day. Through learning about music, while simultaneously being exposed to concepts in math, language, and character development, your child will grow as a musician, a student, and a person.

  • Health & Safety First

    Each Primrose school is held to high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.

  • What Are “QI Skills,” and Why Does My Child Need Them?

    There’s no question that parents want their preschoolers to grasp the basics of colors, numbers and letters to foster a lifetime of learning.

  • How We Teach Math at Primrose

    It might seem odd to think about your preschooler exploring data analysis and algebra.

  • Why Balanced Learning® Works

    It’s a fact: children learn better when they are engaged. That’s why purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers are key components of Balanced Learning. See how this time-tested approach with a strong emphasis on life skills and character development can help your child develop and excel.

We’d love for your family to meet ours.

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West Edmond KinderCare | Daycare, Preschool & Early Education in Edmond, OK

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Welcome to West Edmond KinderCare. Our experts designed our classrooms — and every activity and lesson — to help prepare your child for success in school and beyond. With designated learning centers such as dramatic play and blocks in every classroom, children have the opportunity for rich social play and child-initiated discovery.
 
You’ll also find that our classrooms feature a print-rich environment full of carefully selected materials, written charts and labels, and children’s literature. By helping your child connect spoken words and print, we’re helping develop early literacy and writing skills.
 
Whether your child has first words or first grade on the horizon, we’re excited to show you how everything in our center is designed for learning!

Meet Shelby Smith, Our Center Director

Meet Shelby Smith! She is the Center Director at West Edmond KinderCare in Oklahoma. She has been with KinderCare since 2020, and before that she was an owner and director of a child care center. Outside of work, Shelby enjoys being outdoors, enjoying nature, having bonfires, and spending time with her family. Her favorite quote is, “You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” – Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh

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AMERICA’S MOST ACCREDITED

We’re so proud!

Nationally only 10% of daycares are accredited – nearly 100% of our learning centers are. That’s a big difference,
and that means KinderCare kids are getting the very best. Here’s why.

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What Learning Looks Like

Our talented early-childhood teachers set kids down the path toward becoming lifelong learners in a positive, safe, and nurturing environment.

West Edmond KinderCare Programs

Infant Programs (6 weeks–1 year)

Leaving your baby in someone else’s care is a big step. Everyone at our
centers—most importantly, our naturally gifted infant teachers—will work with
you to make sure the transition goes smoothly. When you step into our infant
classroom, you’ll see how much we want your infant to feel safe, loved, and
ready to explore their world.

Toddler Programs (1–2 Years)

Everything in our toddler classroom is designed for little explorers. That’s
because a lot is going on at this age. When your child is wandering all over the
place, that means they’re learning and discovering new things every day. We’ll
help them explore their interests (and find new ones!) as they play and learn.

Discovery Preschool Programs (2–3 Years)

This age is filled with so much wonder and curiosity. That’s why we offer a ton
of books and toys and bring artwork down to kids eye level. Children in
discovery preschool also begin to learn how we all work together in a
classroom. Simple math and science, pretend play, and group play help them
get used to a more structured school setting.

Preschool Programs (3–4 Years)

This age is all about expression, when kids really start to form their own ideas
about what they want to play and how they want to create. Every day in our
preschool classroom, your child will explore science experiments, create
artwork, and play pretend—all the skills needed for their big next step:
kindergarten!

Prekindergarten Programs (4–5 Years)

When you walk into one of our pre-K classrooms, you’ll see artwork and
writing displayed around the room. Labels are everywhere to help kids connect
letters with words. You’ll also see pictures on the walls that reflect the families
in our community. Your child will also deepen their knowledge in language,
math, science, Spanish, and social skills.

Our Teachers

We’re the only company in early childhood education to select teachers based on natural talent. Being a great educator isn’t enough though.
KinderCare teachers are also amazing listeners, nurturers, boo-boo fixers, and smile-makers. Put more simply,
we love our teachers and your child will, too.

Meet just a few of our amazing KinderCare teachers!

A KINDERCARE TEACHER WITH

An Artist’s Heart

“My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane, an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are.

We put our best-in-class teachers in a best-in-class workplace. We’re so proud to have been named one of Gallup’s 37 winners of the Great Workplace Award.
When you put great teachers in an engaging center, your children will experience
an amazing place to learn and grow.

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Who Are KinderCare Families?

They hail from hundreds of cities across the country from countless backgrounds, and proudly represent every walk in life. What our families have in common,
though, is the want to give their children the best start in life. We are so proud to be their partner in parenting.

Hear from just a few of our amazing KinderCare families.

A Globe-Trotting Family Finds A

Home in Houston

Four young children, four different passports, two languages, two full-time jobs…oh, and a few triathlons thrown in for good measure.
Meet the globe-trotting Colettas—a family on the go.

Frequently Asked Questions

What accreditations does KinderCare have?

We are your trusted caregiver. Our centers are state-licensed and regularly inspected to make sure everything meets or exceeds standards, including child-to-teacher ratios and safe facilities. Our centers aren’t just licensed—most are accredited, too! Find out more.

Do you offer part-time schedules at West Edmond KinderCare?

Everybody’s schedule is different. We’re happy to offer quality, affordable part-time and full-time childcare. Drop-in care may also be available. Reach out to your Center Director to learn more.

How does naptime work at West Edmond KinderCare?

Our teachers meet every child’s needs during naptime. Our teachers know how to get babies to nap. In fact, they are pros at getting children of any age to nap. Visit our article on “10 Ways We Help Kids Get a Great Daycare Nap” to learn more.

Do you support alternative diets?

We strive to be as inclusive as possible. To that point, we provide a vegetarian option at mealtime, take care to not serve common allergens and can adapt menus based on your child’s food sensitivities. If your child has additional needs, we’ll work with you to figure out a plan.

Are meals included in tuition? Can I choose to send my child with lunch?

We provide nutritious meals and snacks developed by a registered dietician to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds. If your child has special dietary requirements and you would prefer to bring in their lunch, please make arrangements with the center director.

Does my child need to be potty-trained?

Every child begins toilet learning at a different age. Until your child shows an interest in toilet learning, we’ll provide diaper changes on an as-needed basis. When your child shows an interest, we’ll discuss how to work together to encourage toilet learning.

Top 10 Best Edmond, OK Public Preschools (2022-23)

For the 2022-23 school year, there are 19 public preschools serving 12,138 students in Edmond, OK. The top ranked public preschools in Edmond, OK are Clegern Es, Centennial Es and Rose Union Es. Overall testing rank is based on a school’s combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.

Edmond, OK public preschools have an average math proficiency score of 56% (versus the Oklahoma public pre school average of 35%), and reading proficiency score of 53% (versus the 34% statewide average). Pre schools in Edmond have an average ranking of 10/10, which is in the top 10% of Oklahoma public pre schools.

Minority enrollment is 39% of the student body (majority Hispanic and Black), which is less than the Oklahoma public preschool average of 54% (majority Hispanic and American Indian).

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Grades

Students

Rank: #11.

Clegern Es

Math: 75-79% | Reading: 85-89%
Rank:

Top 1%

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601 South Jackson Street
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2955

Grades: PK-5

| 372 students

Rank: #22.

Centennial Es

Math: 77% | Reading: 69%
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4400 North Coltrane
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2275

Grades: PK-5

| 851 students

Rank: #33.

Rose Union Es

Math: 75-79% | Reading: 60-64%
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5100 Northwest 220th Street
Edmond, OK 73025
(405) 359-3188

Grades: PK-3

| 538 students

Rank: #44.

Oakdale Public School

Math: 69% | Reading: 67%
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5701 E Hefner Road
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 771-3373

Grades: PK-8

| 652 students

Rank: #55.

Cross Timbers Es

Math: 73% | Reading: 63%
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Top 5%

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4800 North Kelly Avenue
Edmond, OK 73025
(405) 340-2200

Grades: PK-5

| 863 students

Rank: #66.

Russell Dougherty Es

Math: 65-69% | Reading: 65-69%
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19 North Boulevard
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 340-2985

Grades: PK-5

| 297 students

Rank: #77.

Chisholm Es

Math: 66% | Reading: 67%
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2300 Southeast 33rd Street
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 340-2950

Grades: PK-5

| 801 students

Rank: #88.

Washington Irving Es

Math: 58% | Reading: 59%
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18101 North Western Avenue
Edmond, OK 73012
(405) 340-2210

Grades: PK-5

| 717 students

Rank: #99.

Heritage Es

Math: 68% | Reading: 51%
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400 E Sorghum Mill Rd
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2800

Grades: PK-5

| 658 students

Rank: #1010.

Frontier Es

Math: 55% | Reading: 56%
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Top 10%

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4901 Explorer Dr
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 340-2211

Grades: PK-5

| 727 students

Rank: #1111.

John Ross Es

Math: 53% | Reading: 58%
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Top 10%

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1901 Thomas Drive
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 340-2970

Grades: PK-5

| 661 students

Rank: #1212.

West Field Es

Math: 56% | Reading: 52%
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Top 10%

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17601 North Pennsylvania
Edmond, OK 73012
(405) 340-2285

Grades: PK-5

| 757 students

Rank: #1313.

Northern Hills Es

Math: 47% | Reading: 52%
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Top 20%

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901 East Wayne Street
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2975

Grades: PK-5

| 653 students

Rank: #1414.

Will Rogers Es

Math: 44% | Reading: 44%
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Top 30%

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1215 East Ninth Street
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 340-2995

Grades: PK-5

| 655 students

Rank: #1515.

Charles Haskell Es

Math: 47% | Reading: 40%
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Top 30%

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1701 Northwest 150th Street
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 340-2945

Grades: PK-5

| 663 students

Rank: #1616.

Angie Debo Es

Math: 38% | Reading: 39%
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16060 North May Avenue
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 340-2270

Grades: PK-5

| 778 students

Rank: #1717.

Orvis Risner Es

Math: 35% | Reading: 35%
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Top 50%

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2801 South Rankin Street
Edmond, OK 73013
(405) 340-2984

Grades: PK-5

| 512 students

Rank: #1818.

Ida Freeman Es

Math: 29% | Reading: 33%
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501 West Hurd Street
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 340-2965

Grades: PK-5

| 407 students

Rank: #1919.

Sunset Es

Math: 35% | Reading: 28%
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400 West Eighth Street
Edmond, OK 73003
(405) 340-2990

Grades: PK-5

| 576 students

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Child Care Centers | Edmonds, WA

Providing Quality Preschool and Child Care Since 1988

Covid19 Update:

Grow With Us is remaining safe regarding the Covid-19 pandemic.

We have changed our program to include:

  • Regular deep cleanings and daily rotation of materials to be sanitized
  • Designated drop off /pick up area
  • Temperature checks and symptom screening before entry



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Why Choose Us?

* Quality Care for ages 1-12 years old 

*Since 1988 

*Affordable rates 

* Indoor Gym with fun activities & classes 

*Secure Building Entries 

*Level 3 Rated Centers with Washington Early Achievers 

* Outdoor Playgrounds

* 3 Convenient Edmonds locations

*Toddler- Preschool – PreK Curriculum using Creative Curriculum 

* Before & After School Program and all day care for Distance learning 

* Transportation to local schools 

* USDA Food Program/Nutritious meals provided 

* Summer Program 

* DSHS/WCCC Welcome 

*Electronic communication App – Brightwheel

* For Map and Driving Directions 

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Contact us for a free tour!

Child Care at Grow With Us for as low as $15 per month! DSHS Working Connections Child Care assistance is accepted at all Grow With Us Locations. Please be advised Grow With Us can not hold a spot for your child, while you are waiting for an approval from DSHS. Space will only be reserved when Grow With Us receives your approval on a first come first serve basis. Please click below to see if you qualify for the Working Connections Child Care Program.

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Now enrolling at our Grow With Us 7802 196th St Sw Edmonds WA 98026 Toddler classroom (ages 1 to 2.5 years old)! We have full and part time schedule options. Full time tuition is $1695 per month and includes 3 meals per day from our USDA food program.

Call or email us today for a tour!

Non Discrimination Policy



Grow With Us prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, marital status, and disability in the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, or accommodations at our centers.  



Grow With Us does not discriminate in the provision of services to children with disabilities, including children with Diabetes. Grow With Us child care centers will make reasonable modifications for children with disabilities, including but not limited to children with Type 1 diabetes, upon written request from the child’s parent or guardian, unless such a request amounts to a fundamental alteration of the program. For information and instructions about how to request a modification for a child with a disability, please download and read a copy of our Parent Handbook below:

Parent Handbook

21313 84th Ave W. 

Edmonds, WA 98026

(425) 670-1622

Mon – Fri 7:00am-5:30pm

Sat – Sun     Closed

*Hours may vary during Pandemic

At Grow With Us Preschool and Child Care
we strive to provide a setting that is nurturing and warm, yet structured and attuned to individual needs. Our proactive and dedicated staff offers programs designed for the successful participation of each child. Our program is based on the premise that children learn through play, so we provide an activity-based learning curriculum. 

We know that you have a choice of preschool/child care facilities in the area and we appreciate your consideration. It is our hope that you’ll feel confident in our ability to meet all of your expectations and know that your children are always our number one focus.

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Grow With Us Preschool and Child Care
has been providing quality Preschool and Child Care for over 34 years in Edmonds. We have 3 centers in Edmonds
with a total of 160 children enrolled year round in our program. Our centers are family owned and operated and we have a nice family atmosphere at our centers.

Please take a moment to browse through our site to learn more about our program.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Stay Connected!

Grow With Us uses a new communication tool called Bright Wheel. It is an app that our parents download onto their phone or computer and it can strengthen the communication between parents, teachers, and administrators. The Bright Wheel app allows parents to remain connected to their children with real time photos of milestones and daily activities of your child throughout the day sent to your phone. The Brightwheel App allows you to be informed throughout your child’s day as well as communicate instantly with administrators and teachers through messaging.

Grow With Us has been providing quality child care since 1988 in our community. Over the course of this time, we have strived to constantly improve and update our centers, our curriculum, and the value that we offer for the children and families in our program. Recent advancements in technology and research have paved the way for improvements in the quality of early learning. Grow With Us has been at the forefront of these advancements in the early learning field by partnering with Early Achievers.



What is Early Achievers?



Early Achievers is a framework for improving the quality of early care in Washington to ensure that:



 • Children have access to high-quality early learning experiences that help them develop the skills they need to be successful in school and beyond.



 • Parents can find high-quality child care and early learning programs that fit their needs by providing evidence-based information about facility quality.



• Early learning professionals have access to the resources and supports they need to provide quality care that supports each child’s learning and development.



Early Achievers has built a state-wide system of high quality early learning by bringing families, early learning professionals, and resources together to support each child’s learning and development.



How does Early Achievers work?



Early Achievers uses an easy-to-understand rating system to track growth in quality improvement of participating early care providers. At Levels I and 2, early learning professionals are “participating in quality improvement” through training and activities. Facilities that are rated Levels 3—5 have achieved a “quality level of excellence” through an on-site evaluation focused on the learning environment and interactions between teachers and children. For more information, please click the early achievers link below.



All 3 Grow With Us Preschool and Child Care

locations have been rated Level 3





Grow With Us Preschool and Childcare

proudly uses The Creative Curriculum in our classrooms!



We can only begin to imagine the future careers that today’s children will take on, which is why it’s so important that we provide them with a strong foundation. Research shows that a whole child approach to education – one where children develop not only math and literacy skills but also the social-emotional, physical, and cognitive skills necessary to communicate, think both critically and creatively, and solve complex problems – is developmentally appropriate and better prepares children for life well beyond their time in a classroom.



The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that promotes exploration and discovery as a way of learning, enabling children to develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills.

Transportation

Grow With Us Preschool and Child Care provides transportation services to and from several local schools.

If your pick-up/school is not listed, please contact us and we will try our best to accommodate your transportation needs! 

The list of schools below is an example of the schools we have provided transportation to in the past. The list does change from year to year depending on where the children need transportation to and from.

 The local schools we provide transportation to:

  • Chase Lake Elementary
  • College Place Elementary
  • Westgate Elementary
  • Woodway Elementary
  • Sherwood Elementary
  • Lynndale Elementary
  • Seaview Elementary
  • Edmonds Elementary
  • Madrona Elementary
  • Maplewood Elementary

Summer Program

Register early for our popular Pre-K and School-age summer programs! 

Exciting planned field trips and excursions! Fun weekly themes such as water week, carnival week, sports week, safari week etc. with corresponding in center activities and field trips! 

Field trips include pump it up, woodland park zoo, edmonds circus, local beaches and parks, bowling, visit from real parrots at the center, petting zoo, dodgeball tournaments and much more! 

For more information please click here 

It is time to register your child for our popular School Age, Pre-K, Preschool, & Toddler Programs! 

Call early to secure your spot at one of our Edmonds locations. 

For information about our rates click here.

7802 196th St SW 

Edmonds, WA 98026

(425) 712-1261

Mon – Fri 6:45am – 5:30pm

Sat – Sun     Closed

*Hours may vary during Pandemic

665 Edmonds Way 

Edmonds, WA 98020

(425) 771-3800

Mon – Fri 7:00am – 5:30pm

Sat – Sun     Closed

*Hours may vary during Pandemic

Sprouts Preschool and Childcare

Our purpose is to provide an outstanding early childhood education program that nurtures the whole child in a home-like environment, supporting each child’s unique needs during the crucial early developmental stages; giving them the foundation to have a successful transition to school and ultimately thrive in their adult lives.

All Sprouts Teachers are certified in Infant/Child First Aid and CPR, Bloodborne Pathogens Training, have passed Federal Background Checks, are well-trained and experienced in working with children.  Many of our teachers also already have or are pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education.  Sprouts Preschool and Childcare has been licensed by the State of Washington and is inspected by the Edmonds Fire Department.

We provide all meals, snacks and beverages. Please note that Sprouts is a peanut-free facility.  We specialize in accommodating food allergies. We follow the USDA food program guidelines for child nutrition.

We offer full-time and part-time childcare as well as drop-in childcare to best accommodate each individual family’s scheduling needs.  We plan family field trips and other community-building events throughout the school year on weekends, to allow families to attend together.

We provide individualized care for all children by offering ultra-low ratios.  We also offer organic, wholesome meals and snacks and are sensitive to children with any allergies; valuing inclusion as well as safety.

​We view each moment of a child’s day as an opportunity for growth and exploration.  Our program offers research-based, integrated curriculum with monthly themes through daily teacher-led as well as child-led, child-focused activities that support each child’s social, emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development.

We spend time reading the Bible, exploring the life of Jesus and the love He has for each child.  Children learn about the world around them and how they relate to it.

We continually strive for excellence in best practice and quality Early Childhood Education.  Our staff is committed to ongoing professional development.

We offer full-time and part-time childcare.  We also offer drop-in childcare as space allows. Meals, snacks, beverages, linens, diapers, wipes, utensils, supplies, & activities are provided in each classroom.

Infants

8 weeks – 12 months
Capacity: 5 infants, 2 teachers

In the infants class, children enjoy playing with toys, reading time, listening to music, tummy time, and plenty of time playing outside.

Sprouts will provide all meals, snacks, utensils, diapers, wipes, organic formula if used, and linens. Parents will provide breast milk, if used, as well as extra clothes.

Infants’ daily routine will include meal time, play time and sleeping time according to their own needs.  Each child will have their own crib to rest and plenty of space to play.  

Toddlers

1 and 2 Year Olds
Capacity: 13 toddlers, 3 teachers

In the toddlers classrooms, children will enjoy playing with toys, books, stories, and plenty of time playing outside. We offer a 1 Year Old Class as well as a 2 Year Old Class.

The toddlers classes also include enrichment activities such as music, dance, and yoga lessons.

Sprouts will provide all meals, snacks, utensils, diapers, wipes, organic formula if used, and linens. Parents will provide breast milk, if used, as well as extra clothes.

Toddlers’ daily routine will include meal time, play time and sleeping time according to their own needs.  Each child will have their own nap cot to rest and plenty of space to play.  

Preschool

3 years – 6 years
Capacity: 20 children, 4 teachers

The Sprouts Preschool Program is for children ages 3 years through 5 years old. We offer a 3 Year Old Preschool class as well as a 4/5 Year Old Pre-K Class. Each child learns at their own pace and we support that learning with our excellent teacher to child ratios and well-rounded curriculum. Potty training is not a requirement for Sprouts Preschool.

The Sprouts Preschool Program is offered Monday through Friday.​ We provide a research-based integrated curriculum with monthly themes through daily activities and discovery projects which support each child’s social, emotional, physical, language, and cognitive development.

Children learn about the world around them, who created it, and how they relate to it.  We spend time in class reading the Bible, exploring the life of Jesus, and the love He has for each child.

Preschoolers enjoy family field trips and other community-building events throughout the school year!  Details available in your Welcome Packet.

Children enjoy enrichment activities such as music, dance, and yoga lessons.

Jennifer Gifford
Owner & Director

[email protected]

Jennifer has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Washington with a major in Behavioral Ethics of Law, a minor in Philosophy, and continues to take classes in Early Childhood Education.  She lives in Edmonds with her husband Graham, and three children, Andrew, Joshua, and Josephine.  After taking dance lessons throughout her childhood, Jennifer taught dance at her local dance studio and studied ballet at UW.   She worked as a nanny for over 10 years, then opened her Family Childcare Facility in her home in 2008 after having their first child.  In the Fall of 2015, she moved Sprouts out of her home and into it’s current space to serve more families and teachers.  She is honored to provide a safe home away from home that families trust to care for and teach their young children.

Katie Hansen
Program Supervisor

[email protected]

Katie has a Bachelor’s Degree from Central Washington University, where she double majored in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education.  She also has her Elementary Education Teaching Certificate.  She previously taught first grade for 7 years before becoming a mom.   Katie was born and raised in the Shoreline area and currently lives in Lake Stevens with her husband Nathan, and two children, Gavin and Brooklyn.  Serving in her church community is a big part of her life outside of her work.  She is passionate about her role in supervising our overall program, coordinating our curriculum in the classrooms, and assisting in staff development.

Marie Natallanni
Assistant Director, Chef

[email protected]

Marie grew up in the city of Snohomish with her mom, dad, and younger brother.  She enjoyed playing in the woods, baking, and taking part in marching band at school.  She Graduated from Seattle Culinary School in 2007 and worked for many years as a pastry chef.  After serving in the children’s department at church with Jennifer for years, she decided to join our team as a teacher and chef and has grown into the role of Assistant Director.  She lives in Edmonds with her husband, Zander, and they enjoy raising chickens in their backyard.   She loves being able to make everyone’s day as smooth as possible, working hard to help all of the children and staff throughout the day.

Meet our talented, experienced, and loving teachers and administrative staff!

Ms. Jennifer, Owner

Ms. Marie, Director & Chef

Ms. Haylee, Assistant Director & Preschool Supervisor

Ms. Jessica, Lead Infant Teacher & Administrative Assistant

Ms. Gabriela, Infant Teacher

Ms. Zaya, Lead Toddler Teacher

Ms. Lindsay, Toddler Teacher

Ms. Aidan, Substitute Assistant Teacher

Ms. Makayla, Lead 3 Year Old Preschool Class Teacher

Ms. Morgan, Lead 4/5 PreK Preschool Class Teacher

Ms. Liliana, Kitchen Assistant & Toddler Teacher

Ms. Srima, Preschool Teacher

We offer full day and half day schedules. Tuition is due weekly.

Full Days

Infants

5 Days: $631/wk
4 Days: $579/wk
3 Days: $494/wk
2 Days: $377/wk
1 Day: $230/wk

Drop in: $20/hr, 2 hr min.

Toddlers

5 Days: $543/wk
4 Days: $492/wk
3 Days: $421/wk
2 Days: $321/wk
1 Day: $197/wk

Drop in: $18.50/hr, 2 hr min.

Preschool

5 Days: $497/wk
4 Days: $442/wk
3 Days: $395/wk
2 Days: $303/wk
1 Day: $184/wk

Drop in: $17. 50/hr, 2 hr min.

Half Days

Infants

5 Days: $450/wk
4 Days: $394/wk
3 Days: $321/wk
2 Days: $249/wk
1 Day: $147/wk

Drop in: $20/hr, 2 hr min.

Toddlers

5 Days: $384/wk
4 Days: $331/wk
3 Days: $275/wk
2 Days: $209/wk
1 Day: $124/wk

Drop in: $18.50/hr, 2 hr min.

Preschool

5 Days: $350/wk
4 Days: $301/wk
3 Days: $257/wk
2 Days: $196/wk
1 Day: $119/wk

Drop in: $17.50/hr, 2 hr min.

ADDITIONAL FEES

To hold a spot that has been offered to your family, a non-refundable deposit ($100 enrollment fee + the first week of tuition) is required.

Drop-In Childcare:

Must be booked within 2 weeks of the date that care is needed.
Tuition Rates Include:
Meals, snacks, beverages, linens, diapers, wipes, utensils, supplies, & activities.
Enrollment Fee: $100/family. Due at the time of enrollment and every September thereafter for re-enrollment.
Sibling discount:  10% off weekly tuition for oldest sibling scheduled during the same times as sibling for weekly care.

WEEKLY PAYMENTS
Weekly tuition payments are due each Monday via AutoPay.
A $20 late fee will be applied to the next invoice for any late payments.  Any NSF fees will be applied to your account.

LATE PICKUP
If a parent will be late to pick a child up or needs to drop a child off earlier than the scheduled time; please call or text 206.226.2595 ASAP before the scheduled time to be sure that your child can be accommodated.  Parents will be charged the normal weekly rate for extra time in childcare if under 10 hours for scheduled full day or 5 hours for scheduled half day.  If a parent is late to pick up or early to drop off with no advance notice, you will be charged TWICE the hourly drop in rate for the extra time.

*Rates effective as of September 5, 2022.

Phone

206-226-2595

Hours

7:30am – 5:00pm

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A new set of puzzles from the brand Djeco invites the child to an exciting game. Find out where the dragon Edmond is going. The set contains 24 colorful parts made of thick cardboard with good wear-resistant properties. All elements are perfectly arranged, provide precise and easy assembly. Collecting puzzles has a beneficial effect on the training of fine motor skills and coordination of movements, develops imagination and creativity, forms attention and perseverance. The set comes in colorful packaging. Size of the finished image: 42×30 cm. Recommended age – from 3 years.

jury – teacher of the year 2022

Jury of the Teacher of the Year Competition

Stanislav Aleksandrovich

Director of the Municipal Budgetary Educational Institution “Secondary School No. 23 with an in -depth study , Honored Teacher of the Russian Federation, Honorary Worker in the Field of Youth Policy, was awarded the badge “For services to the city of Nizhnevartovsk”, chairman of the jury


Istrophilova Olesya Ivanovna

Dean of the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovskiy State University”, candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, member of the jury


Larikov Pavel Pavel 9000. Chairman of the Nizhnevartovsk Duma Committee on social issues, member of the jury


Igoshin Edmond Valeryevich

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum No. Pushkin, winner of the city competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year – 2006” in the nomination “Teacher of the Year”, winner of the competition of the best teachers of the Russian Federation in 2008, winner of the city competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year – 2013” in the nomination “Education Manager”, member jury


Kozlova Olga Petrovna

Director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Gymnasium No. 1″, Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation, jury member


Polyaria Arkadyevna 9000

Director of the municipal budgetary institution “Medium No. 14, Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation, member of the jury0080

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum No. 2”, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, member of the jury ”, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year of the City of Nizhnevartovsk – 2021” in the nomination “Teacher of the Year”, laureate of the competition of professional skills in the field of education in the nomination “Teacher of the Year of an Educational Organization – 2021” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra, member of the jury


Saltykova Yuliya Valerievna Pushkin”, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year of the City of Nizhnevartovsk – 2020” in the nomination “Teacher of the Year”, winner of the competition of professional skills in the field of education in the nomination “Teacher of the Year of an Educational Organization – 2020” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra, member of the jury


Jury of the Competition of the Educator of the Year

Posadova Yulia Vladimirovna

Head of the Department of Education of the City Administration, awarded the Certificate of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation

9000 9000 9000 Nadezhda Leonidovna

Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogics and Pedagogical and Social Education of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovsk State University”, Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor, Member of the Jury


Tastina Gulnara Gumarovna

Head of the Department of Psychology of Education and Development of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovskiy State University”, candidate of pedagogical sciences, associate professor, member of the jury


Akhtyamova Elena

head of the municipal autonomous pre-school educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 77 “Erudite”, superfinalist of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the year of the city of Nizhnevartovsk – 2013” in the nomination “Manager in education”, member of the jury


Bondareva Larisa Agsamovna

Head of the municipal autonomous preschool institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk by kindergarten No. 38 “Domovok”, Honorary Worker of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, Honored Worker of Education of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrugs, a member of the Jury

00 9007 9 Rezida Tagirovna

Head of the municipal autonomous pre-school educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 40 “Golden Fish”, superfinalist of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year of the City of Nizhnevartovsk – 2020” in the nomination “Leader in Education”, member of the jury


Irina Vladimirovna Shcherbinina

Head of the municipal autonomous preschool institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk Kindergarten No. 37 “Friendly Family”, a member of the jury


Karpenko Svetlana Vladimirovna individual entrepreneur Kindergarten “Mischievous”, member of the jury


Grinnik Svetlana Viktorovna

physical education instructor of the municipal autonomous preschool educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 80 “Firefly”, winner of the professional skills competition “Teacher of the Year of the city of Nizhnevartovsk – 2020” in the nomination “Educator of the Year”, winner of the competition of professional skills in the field of education in the nomination “Teacher of the Year in an Educational Organization – 2020” Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra, member of the jury


Nekrasova Tatyana Viktorovna

teacher of the municipal autonomous preschool educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 66 “Zabavushka”, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the year of the city of Nizhnevartovsk – 2021” in the nomination “Teacher of the year”, winner of the competition of professional skills in the field education in the nomination “Educator of the year of the educational organization – 2021” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, jury member


Jury of the contest “Leader in Education”

Denis Aleksandrovich

First Vice -Rector of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution “Nizhnevartovskiy State University”, candidate of biological sciences, defendant, chairman of the jury


Yury Alexandrovich Shitikov

Deputy Director of the Department of Education, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation, Member of the Jury


Kramchaninova Galina Aleksandrovna

Head of the municipal autonomous educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk Kindergarten No. 21 “Star”, Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation, a member of the jury

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RAMZAMA

head of the municipal autonomous pre-school educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 41 “Rosinka”, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, member of the jury


Chernogalov Anatoly Vladimirovich

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 19”, honorary worker of education and education of the Russian Federation, awarded the “Pride of Nizhnevartovsk” badge, winner of the regional stage of competitions of all-Russian professional education Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra “Teacher of the Year of Yugra – 2019” in the nomination “Head of the Year of the Educational Organization”, member of the jury


Morozenko Olga Ivanovna

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum”, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, Excellence in the field of education in the nomination “Head of the year of an educational organization – 2020” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, jury member


Tutsenko Zoya Nikolaevna

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 9″, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the year of the city of Nizhnevartovsk – 2021” in the nomination “Leader in education”, laureate of the competition of professional skills in the field of education in the nomination “Head of the year of an educational organization – 2021” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra


Jury of the Teacher-Psychologist Competition

Pobedinskaya Elena Gennadievna

Chairman of the Nizhnevartovsk City Organization of the Professional Union of Public Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Honorary Office of the Russian Federation

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Romanko Oksana Anatolyevna

Associate Professor of the Department of Psychology of Education and Development of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovsk State University”, candidate of psychological sciences, member of the jury


Gladkikh Olga Ivanovna

head of the municipal autonomous pre-school educational institution of the city of Nizhnevartovsk kindergarten No. 44 “Golden Key”, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the year of the city of Nizhnevartovsk” jury


Kashapova Alfiya Rafkatovna

Deputy Head of the Department for Registration and Arrangement of Minors Left Without Parental Care of the Guardianship and Guardianship Department of the Nizhnevartovsk City Administration”, finalist of the regional final stage of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year – 2010” in the nomination “Teacher-psychologist of the year”, member of the jury


Popova Irina Sergeevna No. 21 “Zvezdochka”, winner of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year of the City of Nizhnevartovsk – 2014” in the nomination “Teacher-Psychologist”, winner of the district competition “Teacher of the Year of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra – 2014” in the nomination “Teacher-Psychologist of the Year” , jury member


Fisenko Elena Yuryevna

Teacher-psychologist of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 40″, member of the jury


teacher-psychologist of the mobile autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous autonomous City of Nizhnevartovsk Kindergarten No. 52 “Airplane”, winner of the competition of professional skills in the nomination “Teacher-psychologist of the year – 2021” of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, member of the jury


Jury of the Competition “Heart Give Children”

Dotsenko Olesya Sergeevna

Department of additional education and educational work of the Department of Education of the City, Chairman of the jury

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00 9000 9000 9000 9000 9000 Elena Alexandrovna

Associate Professor of the Department of Pedagogy and Pedagogical and Social Education of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovsk State University”, Candidate of Historical Sciences, member of the jury


Martyanova Ksenia Igorevna

teacher-organizer, choreographer of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 19″, winner of the competition of professional skills in the nomination “I give my heart to children – 2021” of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, member – jury


Ochirova Svetlana Vasilievna

director of the municipal autonomous institution of additional education of the city of Nizhnevartovsk “Children’s Art School No. 3”, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, honored worker of culture of Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug-Yugra, member of the jury


Viktor Viktorovich Karika

Director of the Municipal Autonomous Education of the city of Nizhnevartovsk “Center for Children’s Creativity”, jury member

9000 “Center for Children’s and Youth Technical Creativity “Patriot”, honorary worker of general education of the Russian Federation, awarded the Certificate of Honor of the President of the Russian Federation, the medal “Patriot of Russia”, member of the jury


Zavodchikova Tatyana Valerievna

teacher of technology and fine arts of the municipal budgetary general educational institution “Gymnasium No. 1″, winner of the regional stage of the All-Russian competition of professional skills in the field of education of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Yugra of the year “Pedago 2008” in the nomination “I give my heart to children”, member of the jury


JURY OF THE COMPETITION “TEACHER-ORGANIZER OF OBZH”

Aleksyuk Victoria Sergeevna

Deputy Head of the Department of Continuing Education, Safety, Organization of Rest and Employment of the Department of Education of the City Administration, Chairman of the Jury


Desouk

Deputy City Deputy Duma of the Duma of the City Nizhnevartovsk, Associate Professor of the Department of Mass Communications and Tourism of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovsk State University”, Candidate of Philosophy, Member of the Jury


Petrova Vera Stanislavovna

Candidate of Culturology, Associate Professor of the Department of Commerce and Management of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Nizhnevartovsk State University”, awarded the honorary diploma of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, a member of the Jury

00 Kornilov Alexander Aleksandrovich

Deputy Head of the Emergency Rescue Service of the Municipal State Institution of the City of Nizhnevartovsk “Department for Civil Defense and Emergencies”, member of the jury


Ryakhov Dmitry Gennadievich

director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 32″, Ph.D. member of the jury


Flerko Nikolai Nikolaevich

Director of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 5”, superfinalist of the competition of professional skills “Teacher of the Year of Nizhnevartovsk – 2014” in the nomination “Teacher of the Year 9”, member of the jury0004


Kucherenko Sergey Anatolyevich

deputy director, teacher-organizer of life safety of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 5”, winner of the regional stage of the All-Russian competitions of professional skills in the field of education “Teacher of the Year of Yugra – 2021″ in the nomination ” The best teacher-organizer of OBZH (BZhD) of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra”, jury member


Shabalina Elena Vilyamovna

teacher-organizer of OBZH of the municipal budgetary educational institution “Secondary School No. 29″, honorary worker of Russian education and science, winner of the regional stage of the All-Russian competitions of professional skills in the field of education “Teacher of the Year of Yugra – 2020” in the nomination “Best Teacher” – organizer of OBZH (BZhD) of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra”, member of the jury


Curriculum

January 14, 2020, 01:15

During the traditional press conference, Edmond Igoshin, Director of the Education Department of Nizhnevartovsk, answered questions from journalists.
Let’s exchange experiences
At the very beginning of the meeting, the speaker spoke about a trip to Kazakhstan as part of the Yugra delegation to study the project “Nazarbayev. Intellectual School.
The project, created on the initiative of the first president of the republic, Nursultan Nazarbayev, with the aim of developing and testing modern methods of education, has been operating for just over ten years. The educational program for the Intellectual Schools was written in cooperation with the world’s leading universities, but, despite the Western orientation, much attention is paid to patriotism and national traditions. For example, for seventh grade students, one of the required subjects is a lesson in playing the dombra (a Kazakh musical instrument). Children are also given the opportunity to live in the village for a week or two in order to get to know their roots better. Edmond Valeryevich noted that the level of training of schoolchildren is very high and there are a lot of noteworthy projects in Kazakhstani schools.
But we also have something to show. As part of the exchange of experience between the schools of Kazakhstan and Yugra, last year the Kazakhs visited Surgut and Khanty-Mansiysk, and this year the foreign delegation will be hosted by Nizhnevartovsk. The guests will get acquainted with the activities of several schools in the city and, perhaps, give them an assessment.
Activation at “Gosuslugakh”
Igoshin was asked a variety of questions, including about “activations”. Previously, parents and schoolchildren found out whether there would be lessons today from messages on local TV, but in December 2019year in the mobile application “Public Services of Yugra” launched a new service “Activated days”. If the information from these two sources differs, the head of the department advised the townspeople to focus on the State Services.
On the pages of the newspaper “MV” we have already written that the schools of the district will introduce a dietary menu for six categories of children with certain diseases. At the same time, Edmond Valeryevich emphasized that meals in schools can still be classified as dietary.
– Today, the replacement of the menu for children with diseases requiring special nutrition is carried out in all schools in the city. With the advent of the cyclic menu, what we used to do in manual mode will take on a certain shape, – said the director of the department of education.
Kindergarten for a cupcake?
Continuing the theme, journalists drew attention to the fact that some kindergartens are considering the possibility of selling food. There is concern that these products will be purchased at the expense of the parent fee. Edmond Valeryevich assured that even if this practice is introduced, it will not affect parents and children in any way. He stressed that for the first time such an initiative came about four years ago from the parents of kindergarten No. 41. This does not bring any special income to a preschool institution, but there are parents who simply find it convenient to pick up a child after work and buy, for example, pastries there. On this issue, one of the kindergartens even conducted a survey, the results of which made it clear that half of the parents support the innovation, and the other half is not interested. Nevertheless, there were no categorically tuned. Edmond Igoshin emphasized that from the point of view of legislation, there are no violations in the sale of food products by kindergartens.
On the eve of the housewarming party
Further, from preschool education, the conversation again smoothly turned to schools. Most of the questions concerned, of course, the opening of a new educational institution in the eighteenth microdistrict.
Recall that the school, designed for 1725 places, should open on September 1, 2020. Now the construction of the first educational building is being completed, the rest will be commissioned in the third quarter. There will be areas for classes, sports grounds and recreation areas. Outside school hours, the premises are planned to be used as a center for additional education. Bidding for the purchase of furniture and equipment is already underway. Applications will be accepted around June/July.
Work has begun on the formation of a team of employees. Anyone who wants to work at the new school can send a resume to the Department of Education on a confidential basis. So far, one hundred and fifty applications from candidates have been received. Both student teachers and university graduates have a chance to start working in a new school, and we are also working with them.
The name has not yet been thought up, the townspeople are also offered to join this issue. You can send your ideas to the e-mail of the Department of Education [email protected]. In the law on education there is no concept of “school”, there is an “educational organization”. This gives ample opportunities in choosing a name.
For the time being, the school will be general education, but over time, physics, mathematics, and chemistry and biology classes should appear. The very structure of the institution is conducive to this.
Those who want more
As for pupils, a survey was conducted in existing schools and graduating groups of kindergartens in order to identify children who plan to transfer to a new school. There were more applicants than the educational institution could accommodate. In this regard, it was decided to give priority to students from nearby microdistricts – 17, 18, 23 and 24. If there are vacant places, then they will accept children from other quarters located behind Khanty-Mansiyskaya Street.
– I understand the disappointment of the parents of neighboring microdistricts who would like to transfer their children to a new school, but I remind you that two more schools are planned to be built in this part of the city. One of them in quarter 25 is planned to be commissioned in 2022, the second – in quarter 20 should be introduced by 2024, Edmond Igoshin added.
Thus, the “mortgage valley” will be provided with a sufficient number of educational institutions. In the short term, the construction of two schools under a concession agreement in 9and 10 in microdistricts.
Pyatidnevka: “for” and “against”
The expediency of introducing “five days” in schools has been discussed for more than a year. Edmond Valeryevich noted that each educational institution decides this issue on an individual basis, but also expressed his opinion on this matter:
– I think that this issue should be approached in a balanced way. It is not entirely clear the decision of schools in which senior classes study on a five-day basis, because this leads to overload. And in primary school, five days may be enough.
However, a recent survey on the portal of the education system showed that many people want to rest two days a week. Another question is whether children and parents understand what kind of burden falls on the shoulders of students during the five-day period?
In this regard, a comprehensive decision was made to tell in detail about the prospects for the development of general and additional education in Nizhnevartovsk. It is clear that it is not easy to achieve perfection, but, given the opinion of parents and the children themselves, this system can be made better.

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Edmond-Joachim Vermeil , born in Vevey and died in Paris, is a French academic specializing in the history and civilization of Germany. A liberal Protestant, he contributed to the development of the civilizational side of French Germanism.

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    • 3.1 Bibliography
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biography

The son of a Protestant merchant whose family is from the village of Kongeni in Ghar-an-Waunage, where he spent his childhood and pre-school education. Edmond Vermeil went to high school in Montpellier, then in Nimes. He subsequently went to Germany as a reader at the University of Göttingen from 1904 to 1907. He returned to Paris and taught German language and culture at the Ecole Alsacienne. He completed his thesis in 1912 under the supervision of Charles Andler, it is dedicated to the historian and theologian Johann Adam Möller. When the First World War broke out, he was enlisted in the infantry, but after being wounded, he entered the intelligence service. He became professor of the history of German civilization at the University of Strasbourg from 1919 to 1933, then from 1933 professor of the history of German culture at the University of Paris, and among others Joseph Rowan and Alfred were students.

An expert on the German “conservative revolution”, he tried in vain in the late 1930s to warn the French intellectual and political elite of the new danger posed by Hitler’s ideology and regime in Doctrinaires de la Révolution canadienne. 1918-1938 (1939) and Germany. Explanatory Essay (1940), a book confiscated and destroyed by the occupation authorities and republished in 1945. He defines Nazism as radical anti-liberalism, inspired by “unrestricted dynamism”, using wartime “total mobilization” in complete peace to unite first the Germans and then Europe under its racist domination. He joined the resistance group at Montpellier then joined General de Gaulle in London. At the end of the war, he again took up the post of professor at the Sorbonne.

Publications

  • Jean-Adam Möhler and the Catholic School of Tübing (1815-1840) , Paris, Armand Colin, 1913.
  • “Simsone Grisaldo” F.-M. Klinger . Study followed by reprint of 1776 text, Paris, Librairie Alcan, 1913.
  • The Weimar Constitution and the Principle of German Democracy. Essay on Political History and Psychology , Strasbourg Librairie Istra, 1923, 473 pp. Prix ​​de Joest de l’Académie française 1924
  • The Religious Thought of Ernest Troeltsch, Strasbourg, Librairie Istra, 1923.
  • Modern Germany (1919-1924) , Paris, Librairie Alcan, 1925.
  • German Empire, 1871-1900 , Paris, Éditions de Boccard, 1926, 262 pp.
  • Beethoven , Paris, Éditions Rieder et Cie, 1930.
  • Germany from the Congress of Vienna to the Hitler Revolution , Paris, Publisher Cluny, 1934.
  • Physicians of the German Revolution (1918-1938). W. Rathenau, Keyserling, T. Mann, O. Spengler, Möller van den Broek, the Tat group, Hitler, A. Rosenberg, Günther, Darre, G. Feder, R. Ley, Goebbels , Paris, Éditions Sorlot , 1938, 391 p.
  • German racism. Essay de focus , Paris, Carnets de Actualités, 1939, 62 pp.
  • Henri Heine , Paris, Éditions sociales internationales, 1939.
  • Germany. Essay with explanation , Paris, Gallimard bookstore, Paris 19 (De) Ernst-Erich Metzner / Andrea Hochmeier / Jasmin S. Rühl / Ingo Wintermeier, Spurensuche in Sprach- und Geschichtslandschaften: Festschrift für Ernst Erich Metzner , LIT Verlag Berlin-Hamburg-Münster, 2008, p.43.
  • ↑ Edmond Vermeil / Hartmut Ruddies, Religious Thought Troeltsch , Labor et Fides, 1990, p.10.
  • ↑ Edmond Vermeil / Hartmut Ruddies, op. op. , p.11.
  • (de) Albrecht Betz / Richard Faber (ed.), Kultur, Literatur und Wissenschaft in Deutschland und Frankreich: zum 100. Geburtstag von Robert Minder , Königshausen & Neumann, 2004, p. 77.
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    Father’s love for illegitimate Edmond

    No less than for you, legal brother,

    What a strange word: “legitimate”!

    Okay, my legal one. Here is the letter,

    And if my forgery succeeds,

    Edmond, the noble, will push the noble.

    I am in my prime. I’m going uphill.

    Gods keep the illegal from now on!

    Includes Gloucester .

    Gloucester

    Sent to exile Kent! I did not say goodbye to the French king

    and quarreled!

    Left the yard! He renounced the crown

    Suddenly, under the influence of a minute! –

    Well, what’s the news, my Edmond?

    Edmond

    None, my lord.

    (Hides the letter.)

    Gloucester

    Why did you hide this letter in such a hurry?

    Edmond

    I haven’t heard any news, my lord.

    Gloucester

    What paper are you reading now?

    Edmond

    I haven’t read anything, my lord.

    Gloucester

    Didn’t read anything? What, then, did you hide so hastily in your pocket? Give me a sheet. If there is nothing in it, I can see it even without glasses.

    Edmond

    Sir, excuse me. This letter is from my brother. I haven’t finished reading it yet. But from what I’ve been able to parse, you’d better not read it.

    Gloucester

    Give me a letter.

    Edmond

    Whether I show it to you or not, I will do the same bad thing. Judging by its content, this letter is not good.

    Gloucester

    We’ll see, we’ll see…

    Edmond

    To my brother’s credit, I want to believe he wrote me like that just to test me.

    Gloucester

    (reading)

    “This reverence for old age poisons us the best years of our lives and puts money into our hands too late, when, due to decrepitude, we can no longer use it to our pleasure. I am inclined to believe that the tyranny of the old is a useless prejudice that dominates us only because we tolerate it. Let’s meet and talk more. If father could go to sleep and not wake up until I wake him up, you would get half of his income and the constant love of your brother Edgar. What’s this? CONSPIRACY? “…fall asleep and not wake up…you would get half of his income.” And this is my son Edgar! And his hand rose to draw these letters! His heart was full of such thoughts!.. When did you get this? Who brought this letter?

    Edmond

    That’s the point, my lord, nobody. They threw it at my window.

    Gloucester

    Is that your brother’s handwriting?

    Edmond

    If the letter were good, I would have no doubts about this. But in such a letter, his handwriting seems doubtful to me.

    Gloucester

    This is his handwriting.

    Edmond

    It was written by his hand, but his heart did not participate in it.

    Gloucester

    Has he ever spoken to you like this before?

    Edmond

    Never. But he often expressed the opinion that sons of age should take care of aging fathers and manage their property.

    Gloucester

    What a scoundrel, what a scoundrel! The same thoughts as in the letter! Disgusting villain! Vile, insensitive animal. Worse than an animal!.. Go, my dear, look for him. I’ll put him under lock and key. Monstrous villain! Where is he?

    Edmond

    I don’t know, my lord. But I’ll tell you what: hold back your outrage until you have more solid evidence. It will be right. If you begin to act by force, not being right, this will tarnish your honor and completely undermine his attachment to you. I am ready to vouch for my life that he wrote all this, just to check how much I love you, and for nothing else, I assure you.

    Gloucester

    Do you think so?

    Edmond

    I’ll help you make sure. If you like, I’ll put you in a place where you can eavesdrop on our conversations. It can be done no further than tonight.

    Gloucester

    He can’t be such a monster.

    Edmond

    Of course not.

    Gloucester

    To a father who loves him with such tenderness and strength! Earth and sky! “Edmond, sneak into his confidence, bring him to the surface. Do it for me. I am ready to give everything to know the truth.

    Edmond

    I’ll go look for him now, bring him up to talk about the letter and let you know everything.

    Gloucester

    Here they are, these recent eclipses, solar and lunar! They do not bode well. Whatever scientists say about it, nature feels their consequences. Love cools down, friendship weakens, fratricidal strife is everywhere. There are riots in the cities, discord in the villages, in the palaces of treason, and the family bond between parents and children is crumbling. Or this is the case, as with me, when the son rebels against his father. Or like a king. This is another example. Here the father goes against his own offspring. Our best time is past. Bitterness, betrayal, disastrous disorder will accompany us to the grave. Expose that bastard, Edmond. You won’t regret it. Try Please. Or here’s another example. Noble Kent is banished. For what? Just because he’s honest. Marvelous! (Exits.)

    Edmond

    That’s how it always is. How stupid! When we ourselves spoil and distort our lives, having gorged ourselves on well-being, we attribute our misfortunes to the sun, moon and stars. True, one might think that we are fools by the will of heaven, swindlers, thieves and traitors – due to atmospheric action, drunkards, liars and lechers – under the irresistible pressure of the planets. We have supernatural explanations to justify everything bad. A splendid subterfuge of human licentiousness – to blame all one’s guilt on the stars! Father played pranks with mother under the constellation Draco. I was born under the sign of the Big Dipper. It follows that I must be rude and depraved. What nonsense! I am what I am, and would be the same if the most chaste star twinkled over my cradle… Here comes Edgar. He appears just in time, like the denouement in an old comedy. I’ll make myself sad like crazy Tom from Bedlam.4

    Enter Edgar .

    Oh, these eclipses are harbingers of future strife! Fa, sol, la, mi…

    Edgar

    Well, brother Edmond? Are you seriously thinking?

    Edmund

    I’ve been thinking, brother, about the events that I’ve read should follow the recent eclipses.

    Edgar

    That’s what you do!

    Edmond

    I assure you, the predictions I have read about unfortunately come true. Relations between children and parents are perverted, pestilence, high cost, general enmity sets in. The state is torn apart by civil strife, the people threaten the king and the nobility, suspicion arises, friends go into exile, the army falls apart, spouses cheat on each other, and so on and so forth.

    Edgar

    Since when did you become an astronomer?

    Edmond

    Let’s leave it. Better tell me, when was the last time you saw your father?

    Edgar

    Last night.

    Edmond

    Did you talk to him?

    Edgar

    Yes, two hours straight.

    Edmond

    Did you part on good terms? Did you notice any displeasure in him when he spoke and looked at you?

    Edgar

    Nothing.

    Edmond

    Remember well what you did to hurt him, and, for heaven’s sake, stay out of his sight for a while until he calms down. Now he curses you for what the light stands and is ready to tear you apart from anger.

    Edgar

    Some scoundrel slandered me.

    Edmond

    I am afraid of this too. Please be careful until his fury subsides.

Daycare evanston: THE Top 10 Daycares in Evanston, IL | Affordable Prices

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THE Top 10 Daycares in Evanston, IL | Affordable Prices

Daycares in Evanston, IL

Description:

Ms. Bethany’s School of Cooking is an online cooking school that is growing to in-person classes as well! I’m here to teach the next generation to be confident cooks.
I offer virtual classes, summer campsas well as local in-home birthday parties and private events. I offer an array of menu options for ages as young as 5 and up….

Recent Review:

My daughter took a cooking class Miss Bethany offered for children. Anyone with young children knows how hard it can be to keep them engaged and still having fun! Miss Bethany did a wonderful job communicatingwith the groups of 6/7 year olds. She broke down the steps of the recipe into manageable parts and gave lots of encouragement along the way. And bonus at the end you get a delicious treat! Miss Bethany is creative, patient, and excellent with children! My daughter is really looking forward to taking another one of her classes in the future.

Reviewed by Laura T

Description:

We provide an environment for infants, toddlers and preschoolers where learning is a joyous process.
We engage children with daily activities that stimulate their senses while enhancing their physical,intellectual and emotional development.
We are guided by the alphabet as we discover the world around us. Our world becomes alive as we….
*dance to music from Bach to Vivaldi;
*paint our own renditions of Audubon’s birds to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers;
*fall into a drowsy nap while listening to poetry from Shakespeare to Lewis Carrroll;
*explore nature in woods on property.
Our ratio is 3:8
3 teachers with a maximum of 8 children.
Our home daycare sits on a certified wooded preserve in the historic district of southeast Evanston, located 1 block from the lake.
Licensed through Illinois with DCFS and the City of Evanston.
Visit our website for more details!
Evanstondaycare.com…

Description:

Toddler Town Day-Care, located in Evanston, Illinois, This school has a three-star rating in Quality Rating Scale Program. Creative Curriculum, a web-based tool curriculum, is used in this daycare.Additionally, an ADT video monitoring system is implemented to ensure the children’s safety. It is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m…

Gina Viard

1320 Dobson St, Evanston, IL 60202

Costimate: $327/day

Description:

Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific, kid-approved camps add up to a season of discovery and fun for preschool to school-age children. This year, our 12 weeks of camps fall into six greatthemes: Mighty Bodies, Bendy Brains; Awesome Art; Gravity Galore and More; The Wondrous World of Food; Wild about Water; and Featured Creatures.
We’re in session when your local public schools are on break and you’ll find our flexible scheduling works for your busy family. See why our summer (and winter and spring) break camps are the place to be when school’s out….

Description:

At Childtime, your child gets what he or she needs to develop their best mind, their love of learning, their personality, their bright future. Inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach, central to our educationalphilosophy is the belief that secure relationships with responsive and respectful adults provide the basis for all learning. Staff and teachers, and the relationships children develop with them, are vital for learning, for trust, and for independence. Our approach is designed to help them grow as students and people, in school, and in life beyond….

Description:

Goly’s Day Care is located in Evanston, IL. They offer both full-time and part-time care for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children. They are a licensed center that provides multicultural andmulti-language programs. It is an NAFCC accredited and has been providing cay care services for 15 years….

Description:

Little Lambs Daycare provides caring and dedicated child care and education services in Evanston, Illinois, for preschool kids. The center provides education, social, cultural, emotional, physical andrecreational areas to provide parents the opportunity to give their child the best start possible.

Description:

Baby Toddler Nursery is an NAEYC Accredited, full-day child care and early education program with a capacity of 70 children. Their comprehensive programs, with low teacher-child ratio, are dedicated toproviding the highest quality child care and early education guided by their Core Values….

Description:

Total Child Preschool & Childcare Center is located at 516 Church Street, Evanston, Illinois. It is a provider of quality, early childhood education in an inclusive and nurturing environment that aims toencourage children to develop physically, socially, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. The school offers children age 2 to 4 years a preschool program (part-day or full-day), and a summer program for 3 to 5-year old children….

Description:

In 1965, Chiaravalle Montessori School was founded by nine couples that aim to provide a Montessori education for children. Through the years, this school have received a lot of accreditations and licenses. This educational institution serves children ages six months to fourteen years of age. Its operational hours is Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m….

Green Pre-school

Central St, Evanston, IL 60201

Starting at $325/day

Description:

Green Preschool is a licensed home-based daycare located in Evanston, Illinois. It offers an early childhood program that specializes in providing full-time and part-time child care and education for childrenages six weeks to three years. The school provides beautiful classroom environment with child-friendly furnishings, wooden toys, nature-based play materials, living plants, art, and photographs. Operating hours is 8:00am to 5:30pm, Monday through Friday….

Description:

Covenant Nursery School is a non-profit, non-sectarian, private developmental nursery school based in Evanston, Illinois. The school utilizes a developmentally appropriate, play-based approach to help developsocial/emotional, physical, cognitive and language skills of children. Covenant Nursery School also offers enrichment programs, early drop-off and summer camps….

Description:

Northminster Nursery School is a non-profit, non-sectarian, private developmental nursery school based in Evanston, Illinois. The school utilizes a developmentally appropriate, play-based approach to helpdevelop social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language skills of children. Covenant Nursery School also offers enrichment programs, early drop-off and summer camps. Additionally, music, gym, and healthy living classes are offered here….

Description:

Evanston Montessori Children’s House is located at 949 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois. It offers childcare and early education programs for children ages 2 to 6 years. The school offers a nurturing home-likelearning environment based on Maria Montessori’s method & philosophy in educating children and allowing them to reach their full potential….

Description:

School for Little Children located in Evanston, IL is an NAEYC accredited. It has been providing child care and preschool services for 80 years. They accept children ages 2 to 5 years old. They provide NAEYCcurriculum based programs that are designed to enhance and develop your child’s social, cognitive, language and motor development….

Parent Day Out

1420 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL 60201

Starting at $30/day

Description:

Located in Evanston, Illinois, Parent Day Out is a non-cooperative playschool that provides services for children ages two to five yeas old. It aims to provide children an environment wherein they can learn tosocialize, build self-esteem, and discover their own strengths. It is operational Monday through Friday, 9:15 a.m. to 2:00 p.m….

Roycemore School

1200 Davis St, Evanston, IL 60201

Starting at $15380/day

Description:

Roycemore School, located at 1200 Davis St., Evanston, Ilinois, caters to the physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children ages three to five years old. It offers structured and unstructuredactivities to allow children to learn in a fun and meaningful way. Additionally, extended care is provided by the school. Its operational hours is Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m….

Cherry Preschool

1418 Lake St, Evanston, IL 60201

Starting at $5527/day

Description:

Cherry Preschool is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian early childhood education provider located in Evanston, Illinois. The school was established in 1992 and licensed by the Illinois Department of Children andFamily Services and accredited by the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs. Cherry Preschool accepts children ages 2 to 4 years old as well as children with special needs….

Description:

The Barbereux School in Evanston, IL operates Mondays through Fridays from 7:30 AM to 6 PM and specializes in children ages three to six years old. The school is NAEYC accredited and offers a developmentallyappropriate play-based curriculum children in Preschool, Junior Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and First Grade.

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FAQs for finding daycares in Evanston

In 2022 what type of daycare can I find near me in Evanston, IL?

There are a variety of daycares in Evanston, IL providing full time and part-time care. Some daycares are facility-based and some are in-home daycares operated out of a person’s home. They can also vary in the degree of education and curriculum they offer. Additionally, some daycares offer bilingual programs for parents that want to immerse their children in multiple languages.

How can I find a daycare near me in Evanston, IL?

If you are looking for daycare options near you, start several months in advance of when you need care for your child. Care.com has 320 in Evanston, IL as of October 2022 and you can filter daycares by distance from Evanston or your zip code. From there, you can then compare daycare rates, parent reviews, view their specific services, see their hours of operation and contact them through the website for further information or to request an appointment.

What questions should I ask a daycare provider before signing up?

As you visit daycare facilities in Evanston, IL, you should ask the providers what their hours are so you can be prepared to adjust your schedule for drop-off and pick-up. Ask what items you are responsible for bringing for your child and what items you may be required to provide that will be shared among other children or the daycare staff. Also, make sure to check directly with the business for information about their local licensing and credentials in Evanston, IL.

Children’s Quest Home Daycare & Learning Center Evanston IL 60202

 

From the very first moment that we visited with Meredith we knew that we wanted her to work with our child. We met when I was 7 months pregnant and loved everything about the program she runs. It is unique, artistic, creative, and very loving. The day we left our visit with Meredith we were both beyond excited to send our child here. We knew in that moment no other center or in-home daycare even came close to theirs.

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“We have been continuously impressed by Meredith’s expertise and gentle care of our daughter. Meredith is so sweet and thoughtful with each child. Our daughter loves going to school every day, and we have watched her grow and learn at an astonishing rate, in no small part due to Meredith’s teaching methods.”

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“I instantly felt aligned with the curriculum Meredith created, and love that the artistic greats, including Mozart, Shakespeare, e.e. cummings, Ella Fitzgerald and so many more, have been introduced to my daughter so early on. But the greatest part is that they are not just taught and forgotten, their art is experienced by toddlers. They paint in the method of Kandinsky, they are greeted in the morning with the music of Mozart, they play musical instruments along with Dizzy Gillespie, they fall asleep to recitations of poetry.”

 

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“We’ve watched our son blossom from a tentative, somewhat shy 15 months to a confident, self-motivated, exuberant almost three-year-old. Our son comes home talking about the oboe, an expedition to the North Pole, his appreciation of Beethoven, and the deer that make regular appearances in the woods on property (which have been designated a protected wildlife habitat). Meredith also has invaluable experience with the major transitions of this phase of a child’s life, and has counseled us and guided our son with love and care.”

 

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“It was clear that Meredith spent a huge amount of time talking with the kids: about their activities, about holidays, about everything. By taking their responses seriously, she helped them to master the give and take of conversation and taught them that their contributions matter.”

 

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“Meredith’s practice of introducing the kids to cultural masterpieces meant that our daughter lit up when her sister learned the theme from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony on the piano, both because she recognized that Beethoven was a famous composer and because she was familiar with his music. That is to say, Meredith taught her to be part of all of the conversations around her, rather than confining her to an over-simplified, supposedly kid-friendly realm.”

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“Meredith validates our son’s emotions, and helps him figure out how he is feeling, name the emotion, and communicate it. As he became more verbally expressive, she encouraged him to express his needs and feelings both to her and to the other children. Under Meredith’s guidance, our son is very aware of his feelings and expressive of his wants and needs.

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Meredith’s curriculum and her style of teaching are unparalleled! She makes learning fun. She continuously brings in new books, poems, art and music, creating a stimulating and creative environment.”

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“When our son cried for the first few days because it was his first time in daycare away from his parents, Meredith created a booklet with pictures of our son doing fun activities during the day. We read this to him in the morning to help him remember each day what he had to look forward to. The pictures had simple, readable labels so that going through the booklet also helped his reading development. Soon he was able to read and recite the book along with us in the morning and there were no more tears when he dropped him off at day care.”

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“On separate occasions, our son recognized a poster by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, whom he learned about at Meredith’s, and one time he sat down at our family piano made his typical noises by banging on the keys, and said, ‘I’m playing the piano like Art Tatum!’

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“Meredith provides opportunities for young children to investigate whatever phenomenon captures their attention and then supports them in their pursuit of deeper understanding – assuring that their reach always exceeds their grasp. By the end of his time at Meredith’s, our son could write his name and loved to draw, craft, build, sing, dance, and explore.”

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“The personal attention to each child’s needs is one of the most special things about Children’s Quest. The small size of the daycare enables Meredith to encourage each child to pursue what is of interest to him or her. For example, when our son became obsessed with mechanical things, Meredith incorporated activities that let him explore this emerging fascination. We admire the way she develops an overarching program for the children as a group and then carefully responds to each child’s particular interests to develop special components of her daily routine.”

 

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“The children get an extraordinary amount of time outside, playing on stumps and hanging from monkey bars, observing insects and bird’s nests, running and jumping. The difference between this real encounter with nature and the outdoor time offered at some of the other facilities we considered is vast.”

 

 

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Confronting high cost, low wages of child care

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Even before the pandemic, early childhood education centers in Evanston and across the country were struggling to find enough teachers to stay afloat. The average child care worker in the United States makes just $12 an hour, and half of all teachers receive public assistance, according to the Treasury Department. 

And thanks to COVID-19, the situation has only grown worse. Teachers are leaving for higher-wage jobs, and many have quit because the low pay does not justify the risk of working in-person during a pandemic. 

Learning Bridge Early Education Center, at the corner of Asbury Avenue and Emerson Street in Evanston. (Photo by Duncan Agnew)

“When I talk to centers, one in particular is down five teachers right now, one’s down three teachers and it goes on and on,” said Carol Teske, Executive Director of the Childcare Network of Evanston. “And the outcome of that is the teachers that are still there are burning out at a much faster pace because the children are there, and they need care, and so they’re working longer hours, they’re moving faster. It’s very taxing.”

To make matters even more complicated, most American families can barely afford the burdensome cost of child care in the first place. The average price tag for a year of child care is $10,000 per child, amounting to around 13% of a typical household income, according to the Treasury Department. The New York Times reported earlier this month that some families pay as much as 30% of their income for child care, more than what they allot for rent or their mortgage. 

In Evanston, nonprofit child care centers offer some slots to low-income families, and Evanston/Skokie School District 65 also operates many Preschool for All and Early Head Start classrooms funded through grants from the Illinois State Board of Education. Still, finding an opening at an affordable center can be a major challenge.

The Biden Administration and Democrats in Congress hope to change that by passing the Build Back Better Act, which, among many other things, would devote $250 billion in public funding to child care over the next decade and another $200 billion to provide universal pre-kindergarten classes. A recent Treasury Department analysis said the bill “ensures that families earning up to 1.5 times their state’s median income will pay no more than 7 percent of their income for high-quality child care for all children under age 5.” Additionally, the legislation proposes boosting the child care workforce through government subsidies that would increase teacher wages. 

Republicans in Congress and conservative policy analysts have argued that the country cannot afford direct subsidies for child care, instead proposing tax credits to boost the affordability of child care in the United States. Their policy suggestions have also focused on helping the poorest American families, while the Biden administration has expressed the goal of alleviating financial burdens on families and child care centers across the board.

Moderate Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona and Joe Manchin of West Virginia have largely driven efforts to pare down the amount of social safety net funding included in the Biden bill. With Congress set to vote on the legislation as early as this week, Democratic leaders have cut down certain aspects like universal community college and child tax credits to get approval from Manchin and Sinema, but the most recent discussions have kept universal prekindergarten and most subsidies for child care programs intact.

A lack of investment

Research from the last few decades has proven that a high-quality early childhood education focused on social-emotional learning and positive relationships can boost life outcomes significantly, according to Dr. Terri Sabol, Professor of Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University. 

But the United States has yet to act on that research to dedicate dollars toward developing high-quality public child care centers that offer free and open access to all families.  

“We are currently one of the only countries in the [Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development] that does not provide universal pre-K, so [the Biden plan] would be a big boost,” Sabol said. “We spend about 0.5% of our GDP on child care, and that’s really low compared to other countries. Places like Iceland, Sweden, Norway, they’re spending almost four times what we do on early childhood education.”

For Lindsay Percival, who runs the Learning Bridge Early Education Center in Evanston, giving low-income children and families the opportunity to start elementary school at the same learning level as wealthier kids remains the goal.

Some 65% of Learning Bridge’s families use funds from the Child Care Assistance Program to pay for the early education cost. Those families still have a monthly co-pay of $196 through the program, which represents a large burden for households living in poverty. 

A classroom at Learning Bridge Early Education Center. (Photo by Duncan Agnew)

“We try to keep our costs as low as we can, but I have teachers who went to college for their master’s degrees in early childhood education or their bachelors in early childhood education, or have got a two-year degree,” Percival said. “And those teachers deserve a living wage.”

Learning Bridge also receives government funding to make up for providing so many slots to low-income families, but the reimbursements have arrived up to six months late during the pandemic, which has placed a huge financial burden on the center. The cost of running a child care program also involves massive expenses, with the center providing the classrooms, diapers, food, learning materials and teachers. 

A disheartening reality

With centers around Evanston desperate for more staff members and teachers, Teske recently helped set up a job fair at the Robert Crown Community Center to help attract potential employees.

“We had eight programs there all in need of hiring and ready to have conversations with potential candidates, and one person showed up,” Teske said. “It was just disheartening because I think it tells the story that this field is not desirable right now, and we need to really think about how to make it desirable, because so much is at stake over this.

Teske’s experience locally illustrates a broader crisis affecting child care programs across the country. Despite a passion for teaching young children how to develop relationships and think critically, many early childhood educators are fleeing the industry because they can’t pay the bills with their low wages.

Child care workers in Evanston, for example, often work multiple jobs, and most live outside of the city because they can’t afford to live here, Percival said. These struggles will continue to impact the early childhood education sector until the federal government offers more funding to the industry, according to Sabol. 

“Basically, we have a big gap between the cost of child care programs and what families are able to pay,” Sabol said. “Centers are operating on these razor-thin margins because typically they’re relying on family funds. So what public dollars need to do is bridge the gap between what families are paying and what the operating costs are on the day-to-day in order to be able to provide a livable wage for teachers. ” 

Policy experts and educators argue that investing in child care represents a sound and smart investment in the health and wellbeing of our society as a whole. Exposure to a stimulating learning environment at a very young age ultimately forms the foundation for future learning, according to Sabol, and children who lack those early childhood experiences typically begin kindergarten behind the learning curve. 

“By 4 years old, a child’s brain is 90% grown, and we know that they are able to gain skills through intentional play, which will prepare them for kindergarten,” Percival said. “So particularly in Evanston, where we have the educational divide, it does fall on the early childhood centers to prepare children for kindergarten so that kindergarten is a level playing field for every child.”

But many in the early childhood workforce believe that the federal government has to make up for a market failure by providing more funding to the industry. 

“I feel it’s a social responsibility, and it’s not equitable at all when only those that have funds can access quality education,” Teske said. “It’s a very antiquated way of looking at our world.” 

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Evanston (Illinois) – frwiki.wiki

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Evanston (English [ɛ v ə n s t ə n]) is a city located on the shores of Lake Michigan north of Chicago, Illinois, United States. It had a population of 74,486 at the 2010 census.

Summary

  • 1 story
  • 2 Geography
  • 3 Demographics
  • 4 persons associated with the city of
  • 5 External links

History

The city was founded in 1836 and incorporated in 1872 .

After being chosen to house Northwestern University in 1851, the town was named “Evanston” after the death of Governor John Evans. In The Chicago Times-Herald daily organizes the Chicago Times-Herald , one of the first races in the United States, a round trip from Chicago to Evanston (Chicago Avenue).

Today, the city is still home to a university and also welcomes other organizations such as the headquarters of Rotary International and the various agencies of the Methodist Church (United Methodist Church). It is also the seat of, for example, the Women’s Christian Temperance Union and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

View of downtown Chicago from Evanston

Geography

The City of Evanston, located in the suburbs of Chicago, borders Chicago (Howard Street) to the south.

Demography

Census history
Anya. Pop. % ±
1880 4 400

1890 9000 + 104. 55%
1900 19 259 + 113.99%
1910 24 978 + 29.7%
1920 37 234 + 49.07%
1930 63 338 + 70.11%
1940 65 389 + 3.24%
1950 73 641 + 12. 62%
1960 79 263 + 7.63%
1970 79 808 + 0.69%
1980 73 706 −7.65%
1990 73 233 −0.64%
2000 74 239 + 1.37%
2010 74 486 + 0. 33%
Is. 2017 74 756 + 0.36%

Personalities associated with the city

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Municipalities of Cook County in Illinois

More than million inhabitants. Chicago (Borough)
More than 60,000 inhabitants. Arlington Heights Cicero Plainfield Elgin Evanston Palatine Schaumburg Skokie
More than 30,000 inhabitants. Bartlett Berwyn Buffalo Grove Burbank Calumet City Chicago Heights Elk Grove Village Elmhurst Glenview Hanover Park Hoffman Estates Lemont Mount Avenue Niles Northbrook Oak Lawn Oak Park · Orland Park · Park Ridge · Streamwood · Tinley Park · Wheeling
More than 10,000 inhabitants. Alsip · Barrington · Bellwood · Blue Island · Bridgeview · Brookfield · Burr Ridge · Chicago Ridge · Country Club Hills · Crestwood · Deerfield · Dalton · Elmwood Park · Evergreen Park · Forest Park · Frankfurt · Franklin- Harvey Hazel Crest Hickory Hills Hinsdale Homewood Justice La Grange La Grange Park Lansing Lincolnwood Lyons Markham Matteson Maywood Melrose Park Midlothian Morton Grove Norridge Northlake Oak Forest Palos Heights Palos Hills Forest Park Prospect Heights Richton Park Riverdale River Forest River Grove Rolling Meadows Souk Village Schiller Park South Holland The Summit Westchester Western Springs Wilmette Winnetka · Worth
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Evanston, IL

Evanston (/ ˈɛvənstən/) is a city in the Chicagoland area. This is located in Cook County, Illinois, located on the Chicago North Shore along Lake Michigan. Evanston is 12 miles (19 km) north of Downtown Chicago, bordered by Chicago to the south, Skokie to the west, Wilmette to the north, and Lake Michigan to the east. Evanston was founded in 1863 and had a population of 74,486 as of 2010. [6] Evanston is home to Northwestern University, founded before the town’s incorporation in 1855, and is one of the world’s leading research universities. [7]

Known for its socially liberal politics and ethnically diverse population, Evanston is nearly 90% supportive of Democratic presidential candidates and was one of the first cities to have a reparations for slavery program. [8] [9]

Content

  • 1 History
  • 2 Geography
  • 3 Demography
  • 4 Government and politics
    • 4.1 Lorrein H. Morton
    • 4.2 The latest results
    • 6.1.1 Secondary school
    • 6.1.2 Primary schools
  • 6.2 Private schools
  • 6.3 Library
  • 6.4 Tertiary
  • 6.5 University
  • 7 Transport
  • 8 Economics
    • 8.1 Best employers
  • 9 Commercial areas
  • 10 Financials
  • 12 AC
  • 15 Use as film location
  • 16 Sustainability
    • 16. 1 Climate action plan
  • 17 Points of interest
  • 18 See also
  • 19 Recommendations
  • 20 further reading
  • 21 external links
  • History was largely uninhabited and consisted mainly of swamps and marshy forests. However, the Potawatomi Indians used trails along higher mountain ranges that generally ran north-south through the area, and had at least a few semi-permanent settlements along the trails.

    French explorers named the area “Grosse Pointe” after a point of land jutting out into Lake Michigan about 13 miles (21 km) north of the river’s mouth. Chicago River. After the first non-Native Americans settled in the area in 1836, the names “Gross Point Territory” and “Gross Point Electoral District” were used through the 1830s and 1840s, although the territory had no defined boundaries. [10] [11] The area remained only sparsely populated, supporting agriculture and logging in some of the higher ground, and a number of taverns or “inns” along the mountain roads. Grosse Pointe itself was steadily merging into the lake during this period.

    In 1850 a township called Ridgeville was organized starting from Graceland Cemetery in Chicago on the southern edge of the Ouilmette Reservation, up what is now Center Street, and from Lake Michigan to West Avenue in Chicago. The 1850 census shows several hundred settlers in this town, [11] and a post office called Ridgeville opened in one of the taverns. However, the municipality did not yet exist.

    In 1851, a group of Methodist business leaders founded Northwestern University and the Garrett Bible Institute. Finding no free land on the north shore as far as Lake Forest, the committee was ready to buy farmland west of the city when Orrington Lunt pressed for one last visit to the site. [12] They chose a precipitous wooded area along the lake as their home for the Northwestern, buying several hundred acres of land from Dr. John Foster, a farm owner in Chicago. In 1854, the founders of the Northwestern presented their plans to the district judge for a town to be named Evanston after John Evans, [13] one of their leaders. In 1857 the request was granted. [14] Evanston Township was separated from Ridgeville Township; around the same time, this part of Ridgeville south of Devon Avenue was organized as Lake View Township. [15] The nine founders, including John Evans, Orrington Lunt and Andrew Brown, hoped that their university would achieve high standards of intellectual excellence. Today, those hopes have been fulfilled as Northwestern University consistently ranks among the top universities in the country.

    Evanston was officially incorporated as a borough on December 29, 1863, but refused to become a city in 1869 despite the Illinois legislature passing a bill to that effect. Evanston expanded after the Civil War with the annexation of the village of North Evanston. Finally, at the beginning 1892 years after the annexation of the village of South Evanston, the voters decided to unite in the city. [16] The borders of 1892 are basically those that exist today.

    In the 1960s Northwestern University changed the city’s shoreline by adding a 74-acre (30 ha) lake. [17]

    In 1939, Evanston hosted the first NCAA Finals basketball championship at Northwestern University Patten Gymnasium. [18]

    In August 1954, the second assembly of the World Council of Churches was held in Evanston, the only WCC assembly to date held in the United States. President Dwight Eisenhower greeted the delegates and Dag Hammarskjöld, Secretary General of the United Nations, delivered an important address titled “The Instrument of Faith.” [19]

    Evanston first took office in April 1893. Many people lined the streets on Emerson Street, where street lights first appeared. Today, the city is home to Northwestern University, the Music Institute of Chicago, and other educational institutions, as well as the headquarters of Alpha Phi International Women’s Fraternity, Rotary International, the National Scholarship Corporation for Merit, National Lekotech Center, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Sigma Chi Fraternity and Women’s Christian Temperance Union.

    Evanston is the birthplace of Toys, and is one of the origins of ice cream ice cream. [20] Evanston was home to Clayton Mark and Company, which provided most of the jobs for many years. [21]

    Evanston was a dry community from 1858 to 1972, when the city council voted to allow restaurants and hotels to serve liquor on their premises. In 1984, the Council voted to permit the sale of liquor within the city limits. [22]

    Geography

    According to the 2010 census, Evanston has a total area of ​​7,802 square miles (20.21 km2). 2 ), of which 7.78 square miles (20.15 km 2 ) (or 99.72%) is land and 0.022 square miles (0.06 km 2 ) (or 0.28%) – water. Pop. 1880 4,400 — 1890 9,000 104. 5% 1900 19,259 114.0% 1910 24,978 29.7% 1920 37,234 49.1% 1930 63,338 70.1% 1940 65,389 3.2% 1950 73,641 12.6% 1960 79,263 7.0066 −7.6% 1990 73,233 −0.6% 2000 74,239 1.4% 2010 74,486 0.3% 2019 (rating) 73.473 [3] −1.4%

    Tenal Census of the US population [24]
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    As of the 2010 census, there were 74,486 people (up from 74,239 at the 2000 census), 30,047 households, and 15,621 families residing in the city. The population density was 9,574.0 people per square mile (3,687.4/km 2). There were 33,181 housing units at an average density of 4,264.9 per square mile (1,642.6/km). 2 ). The 2010 Census found Evanston to be ethnically mixed with the following breakdown by population: 65.6% White, 18.1% Black or African American, 0.2% American Indian or Alaska Native, 8.6% Asian, 0.02% native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, 3.6% some other race, and 3.8% from two or more races. 9.0% were Hispanic or Latino of any race. [6]

    There were 30,047 households out of which 26.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 39.8% were headed by married couples living together, 9.7% of female households had no husband present , and 48.0% had no family. 37.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 2.25 and the average family size is 3.05. [6]

    The average age was 34. 3 years, of which 19.3% were under the age of 18, 16.8% from 18 to 24, 27.8% from 25 to 44, 24.0% from 45 to 64, and 12.2% were aged 65 years and older. For every 100 women, there were 91.0 men. For every 100 women aged 18 and over, there were 88.0 men. [6]

    As of 2011, the estimated median household income in the city was $60,033 and the median family income was $102,706. The median income for full-time males was $66,106 compared to $52,727 for females. The per capita income for the city was $40,732. About 6.4% of families and 12.1% of the population were below the poverty line, including 14.1% of those under the age of 18 and 6.5% of those aged 65 and over. [4]

    12.3% of Evanston’s 9,259 businesses are owned by Black. [25]

    Government and politics

    City of Evanston twinned with Dniprovskyi district of Kyiv, Ukraine in 1988 and twinned with Belize City, Belize in 1992.

    Evanston has a councilor system of government and divided into nine wards, each represented by an alderman or member of the Evanston City Council. Businessman Steve Hagerty was elected mayor in April 2017, succeeding Elizabeth Tisdal, who has served since 2009.of the year. [26] Hagerty, who won the election by only 111 votes, [27] was sworn in on 8 May. [28]

    Evanston was a strongly Republican in voter identification from the time of the Civil War until the 1960s. Nixon ran Evanston in the 1968 presidential election. [29] The city became trending Democratic in the 1960s, although it did not elect a Democratic mayor until 1993. The city had a particularly strong impact on Democrats in the 1990s, like many other Chicago suburbs, and now identifies almost entirely with Democrats in elections at all levels of government.

    Lorraine H. Morton

    Main article: Lorraine H. Morton

    Lorraine Hairston Morton (December 8, 1918 – September 8, 2018) was Evanston’s longest-serving mayor. In 1993, Morton ran for Mayor of Evanston under the campaign slogan “Morton for Mayor”, which accompanied images of trains and lists of people who were “on board” her campaign. After a runoff election against Ann Rainey, Evanston’s eighth district alderman, Morton was elected Evanston’s first African American and first Democratic mayor.

    Morton was in office for sixteen years (until 2009), becoming Evanston’s longest-serving mayor. During her long tenure as mayor, Morton attempted to improve relations between Northwestern University and much of Evanston’s population. She was able to befriend the president of Northwestern University. Henry Bienen and reduce tensions between Evanston and the university, given her status as both the mayor of Evanston and a proud alumna of the Northwest.

    Mayor Morton also worked with local community leaders and churches to create a safe zone and a “time out” period for the gangs to call a truce. At this time (Friday and Saturday nights, a time of alleged high gang activity), the community, including gang members, were invited to play basketball at the Evanston Club. Robert Crown Center. Morton could often be seen cheering from the sidelines. The Evanston Community Center was renamed Morton at the time of her retirement in 2009and is now known as the Lorraine H. Morton Community Center. In addition to being Evanston’s first African American, Democrat, and longest-serving mayor, Morton is also known for leading the desegregation of Evanston’s public schools as a teacher and principal.

    Latest Election Results

    In the 2012 presidential election, Democratic incumbent Barack Obama won 85% of Evanston’s vote, compared with 13% for Republican challenger Mitt Romney. [30] In the 2016 Democratic Primary, Hillary Clinton received 54% of Evanston’s Democratic vote over Bernie Sanders’ 45%. [31] During that year’s general election, Clinton received 87% of the vote in Evanston, while Republican Donald Trump received only 7%. [32] Evanston’s presidential turnout has been rising steadily since 2004, with 80% of registered voters voting in the 2016 general election. [33]

    Nicknames

    • Early after its founding, due to the strong influence of the Methodists and the attempt to impose moral rigor, Evanston was called “Havenston”. [34]
    • In the early 20th century, Evanston was known as the “City of Churches”. [35]
    • A variety of works by many eminent architects and many outstanding mansions, especially on the lakeside, gave the city the nickname “City of Homes” by the 1920s. [34] [36] a fact often advertised by local real estate agents. [37] The use of this phrase has been attributed to a 1924 speech at the local Kiwanis Club. [38]
    • Since the late 20th century, due to Evanston’s activism and often centre-left politics, it has sometimes been humorously (or sarcastically) referred to as “Evanston’s People’s Republic”. [39] [40] [41]
    • The eastern border of the neighboring village of Skokie, which lies within Evanston Municipality Schools and ZIP Code 60203, is called “Skevanston”, which means both names.

    Education

    Public Schools

    High School

    Evanston Township High School

    Most of Evanston (and a small part of the township of Skokie) is within Evanston Township School District 202. [42] The school district has a single high school, Evanston Township High School for grades 9-12, with just over 4,000 students.

    Elementary Schools

    Evanston-Skokie Unified School District 65, covering all of Evanston and a small part of Skokie, provides primary education from pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. The district has ten elementary schools (kindergarten to fifth grade), three middle schools (grades 6-8), two magnet schools (K to 8), two special schools or centers, and an early childhood school. Dr. Paul Goren is the head of the school.

    Private Schools

    Private schools located in Evanston, Illinois include:

    • Beacon Academy, Montessori High School
    • Chiaravalle Montessori School, a Montessori school for children ages 2-14.
    • Midwest Montessori School
    • Pope John XXIII School, a Catholic school serving children from preschool through eighth grade. The school dates back to 1886 when separate schools were established in Evanston serving the parishes of St. Nicholas and St. Mary. The original St. Nicholas School was in the building now called the Annex. The main building of the school was built in 1954 year. In 1986, the two parochial schools merged and the new school was renamed the Pope John XXIII School. [43]
    • Roysmore School
    • St. Athanasius School, a Catholic school for children in kindergarten through eighth grade.

    Library

    Evanston Main Public Library

    B Evanston Public Library was founded in 1873, [44] and has three branches as of 2013. [45] Heather Norborg is currently Head of the Library’s Adult Services Department.

    Tertiary

    In 2006, Louis National University closed its former main site, which had 6.5 acres (2.6 ha) of land, with about 33% in Evanston; most of the land was in Wilmette. [46]

    University

    Evanston, founded in 1855, is home to Northwestern University, one of the country’s leading research universities. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Campus Northwest spans 240 acres with approximately 250 buildings.

    Transport

    Shops on Davis Street looking west, August 2006. Davis Street. The stop meter is visible in the bottom half of the photo.

    Evanston’s growth was largely due to its availability from Chicago by rail. The founders of the Northwest did not reaffirm their commitment to locate the university there until they were certain that the Chicago and Milwaukee Railroad line would operate there. C&M trains began stopping at Evanston in 1855. [47] Evanston later experienced rapid growth as one of the first commuter trams. At the North Shore Line, the intercity railroad that gave the area its nickname ran through Evanston and continued on to Waukegan and Milwaukee.

    The city is still connected to Chicago by rail. The CTA’s Purple Line, part of the Chicago ‘L’ system, operates through Evanston. From its terminal at Howard in Chicago, the line heads north to South Boulevard, Main, Dempster, Davis, Grow, No Yes, and Central stations before stopping at Linden Station in Wilmette, Illinois. A meter with the Union Pacific/North Line also serves Evanston with stations at Main Street, Davis Street and Center Street, the former two adjacent to Purple Line stations. The CTA Yellow Line also passes through the city, although it does not stop there. Evanston is served by six CTA bus routes as well as four Step bus routes.

    Road routes from Chicago to Evanston include: Lake Shore Drive, the Edens Expressway (I-94) and McCormick Boulevard, although the first two do not extend all the way to Evanston and require Rogers Park (via Sheridan Road or Ridge Avenue) ) and Skokie, respectively. The main routes from the north are Edens, Green Bay Road and Sheridan Road. Active modes of transport include miles of sidewalks and bike paths.

    Economics

    Evanston based companies include ZS Associates.

    Best employers

    Based on data for 2015. Department of Trade and Economic capabilities of Illinois and individual employers , [48] Best employers in the city:

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    1 Northwestern University 9. 471
    2 NorthShore University HealthSystem 520
    9 Jewel / Osco 480
    10 C.E. Niehoff & Co. 450

    Commercial areas

    once the house of one of the first Marshall Field [49] [50] and SEARS stores in the suburbs, Evanston has several trading areas:

    • – centered around Davis Street Metra and “L” stops, [51] Downtown Evanston is adjacent to Northwestern University. There are over 300 businesses, [52] several high-rise office and residential buildings, three traditional low-rise retail districts, an 18-screen movie theater, and over 85 restaurants. It is roughly bordered by Emerson Street to the north, Dempster Street to the south, Ridge Avenue to the west, and the lake to the east.
    • Central Street – in fact, several shopping areas connected along the northernmost of the city’s main thoroughfares from east to west, [53] [54] The most active of them are concentrated around the Central Street Metra station and are characterized by specialty shops and restaurants. [55] [56] [57]
    • Dempster Street – near the Dempster “L” stop; more than 60 stores. [58] [59]
    • Main Street – approximately 3 blocks, mostly independent boutiques and restaurants [60] contiguous as both CTA and Metra stop. From 1917 d. [61] borough was home to the Evanston Public Library South Branch [62] . After the original branch closed in February 2011 due to budgetary issues, the Chicago Ave./Main St. was opened down the street in January 2013, replacing a temporary voluntary library that was run by Friends of the Evanston Public Library at that location. [63] This area is also home to the Evanston Arts Depot. [64]
    • Howard Street – Howard Street forms the southern boundary between Evanston and the City of Chicago. The Howard Street CTA station is a transfer point between the Red, Purple and Yellow lines, as well as several CTA and PACE bus routes.
    • Chicago Avenue is not a separate shopping district per se, it is an extension of what is called Clark Street in Chicago, which runs parallel to the railroad lines and is the main north-south artery in Evanston from Howard Street north to its terminus in the North -Western University. Chicago Avenue connects Main Street, Dempster Street, and downtown shopping areas.
    • No Yes – There are about a dozen restaurants, dry cleaners and convenience stores near the Noyes “L” stop.

    Finance

    • First Bank and Trust, an independent community and for-profit financial institution headquartered in Evanston with four offices throughout the city.
    • Magnitar Capital, an Evanston-based hedge fund, ranked 4th among hedge funds in the world in 2015 by Institutional Investor/Alpha magazine. [66] In the founding act of Northwestern University, signed in 1851, the state granted the school a property tax exemption, and unlike other wealthy private universities with statutory exemptions, [67] it grants its own police services but not fire/paramedic services. It pays taxes on water, sewer, communications, real estate transfers and building permits, but not real estate taxes. Northwestern does not make payments in lieu of taxes on properties it deducts from its tax records.

      Its supporters, such as former Evanston mayor and Northwestern alumnus Lorraine H. Morton, argue that the benefits of having an elite research institution justify Northwestern’s tax status. [68] These supporters highlight the fact that Northwestern University is the largest employer in Evanston, [69] and that its students and faculty make up a large customer base for Evanston businesses. This controversy was resurrected in 2003 when the university bought an eight-story downtown office building, removing it from the tax rolls. A consultative referendum included on the April election ballot, dubbed the “Fair Distribution Initiative” by supporters, won a majority but was not approved by the city council. [ citation needed ]

      Relations between the university and Evanston improved during Elizabeth Tisdal’s tenure as mayor. Since arriving in the Northwest Region in 2009, President Morton O. Shapiro has developed a strong working relationship with Tischdal; [70] In 2015, the two announced that Northwestern would begin donating $1 million annually to city services and programs. [71]

      Notable people

      Main article: List of people from Evanston, Illinois

      Local media

      • The Daily Northwestern , Student newspaper North-Western University
      • Evvanton Review , subscription to the weekly newspaper, part of the Pioneer Press
      • Round Table of Evantona Evanston Guardian , free weekly African-American newspaper

      • Evanston now , online newspaper and community site

      Use as film location

      Evanston’s variety of residential and commercial areas, combined with easy access to Chicago, make it a popular filming location. Evanston as of December 2008 is listed as a filming location for 65 different films, notably John Hughes. [72] Most of the 1984 movie Sixteen Candles was filmed in and around Evanston, [73] the 1988 movie She’s going to have a baby like in movie 1989 Uncle Buck , [74] 1993 film Dennis the Menace , [75] and 1997 film Home Alone 3 . [76] A series of scenes from 1986. Garry Marshall’s film Nothing in Common was filmed on the Northwestern University campus and Lake Evanston. [77] Although not filmed there, the 2004 film Mean Girls is located in a suburb of Chicago and makes several references to the area. Screenwriter and co-star Tina Fey was working at the Evanston YMCA when she began her comedy career. In the 2003 film Cheaper in bulk , family moves to Evanston. [78] Also, baseball movie Rookie of the Year , starring Gary Busey and Thomas Ian Nicholas, was partially shot to death at Haven High School. [79] The 2015 ABC Family reality series Become Us was filmed in Evanston.

      In The Princess Bride , according to IMDb, the script states that the boy and his grandfather live in Evanston. [80] This was also stated by Mandy Patinkin in a behind-the-scenes interview. [81] The story’s author, William Goldman, was born in Chicago and grew up in Highland Park just over ten miles north of Evanston.

      Sustainability

      Evanston has gained recognition and reputation for sustainability-related efforts, including governments, citizens, and institutions. In 2015, the city was named the WWF Earth Hour Capital after competition from cities including Seattle and Cleveland. In 2016, Evanston again became a finalist in the competition. [82]

      Climate Action Plan

      In October 2006, the city voted to sign the United States Conference of Mayors Agreement on Climate Protection, [83] and a series of citizen task forces convened to develop a plan to reduce the city’s carbon footprint. [84] Evanston’s Climate Change Action Plan (“ECAP”), adopted by City Council in November 2008, proposes more than 200 strategies to make Evanston more resilient, primarily by reducing carbon emissions from transportation, buildings, energy sources, waste and food production. [85] [86] In June 2011, the U.S. Conference of Mayors awarded Evanston the first place in the Small City category of the Mayors Climate Protection Award, largely based on cities’ use of the ECAP program, which the city claims has reduced emissions by 24,000 metric tons per year. . [87] [88] On September 15, 2011, Wal-Mart presented Mayor Tisdal with a $15,000 award in recognition of the honor the mayor bestowed on Citizens’ Greener Evanston. 9 Smith, Bill (September 16, 2011). “Mayor passes environmental award to environmental award”. Evanston is now . Retrieved 2019-01-25.

    • further reading

      • Evanston. Illinois Gazetteer and Business Directory 1864-1865. . Chicago: J.C.W. Bailey. 1864 OCLC 6867103. PR 7082742M.
      • Barr, Mary (2014). Friends Disappear: The Battle for Racial Equality in Evanston .

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    because a lot is going on at this age. When your child is wandering all over the
    place, that means they’re learning and discovering new things every day. We’ll
    help them explore their interests (and find new ones!) as they play and learn.

    Discovery Preschool Programs (2–3 Years)

    This age is filled with so much wonder and curiosity. That’s why we offer a ton
    of books and toys and bring artwork down to kids eye level. Children in
    discovery preschool also begin to learn how we all work together in a
    classroom. Simple math and science, pretend play, and group play help them
    get used to a more structured school setting.

    Preschool Programs (3–4 Years)

    This age is all about expression, when kids really start to form their own ideas
    about what they want to play and how they want to create. Every day in our
    preschool classroom, your child will explore science experiments, create
    artwork, and play pretend—all the skills needed for their big next step:
    kindergarten!

    Prekindergarten Programs (4–5 Years)

    When you walk into one of our pre-K classrooms, you’ll see artwork and
    writing displayed around the room. Labels are everywhere to help kids connect
    letters with words. You’ll also see pictures on the walls that reflect the families
    in our community. Your child will also deepen their knowledge in language,
    math, science, Spanish, and social skills.

    Kindergarten Programs (5–6 Years)

    Welcome to kindergarten: the gateway to grade school and everything that
    comes next! Offered in select centers, our kindergarten programs have small
    class sizes and curriculums that mix learning and fun.  The basic building
    blocks of reading, writing, math, and science are key in kindergarten, so we
    make sure they get lots of practice in all of these areas.

    Before- and After-School Programs (5–12 Years)

    You can count on us to provide reliable care for your school-ager while you’re
    at work, with safe transportation from our center to your child’s school and
    back! Whether your child wants to start a drama club, build a volcano, or
    create a comic book, they will have a place to follow their dreams. Your child
    will start and end the day with a whole lot of fun!

    School Break Programs (preschool, prekindergarten, and school-age)

    Winter break, spring break, summer break—when school’s out (but you still need to work), you
    can count on KinderCare to provide a safe and supportive learning environment that’s focused
    on fun. We welcome children ages 5–12 during school break times and make sure they have a
    sensational, screen-free experience they won’t forget.

    Participating Child Care Aware Center

    KinderCare partners with Child Care Aware® of America to offer fee assistance for
    Active Duty military families and flexible support to fit their needs when care at a Child
    Development Center on the installation is not available.

    Learning Adventures – Enrichment Program

    Cooking Academy™ (3 – 12 Years)

    In Cooking Academy, kids learn new recipes from cultures around the world and
    develop a healthy relationship with food. They’ll whip up everything from Southwest
    rainbow lettuce wraps to pumpkin muffins, building their skills in STEM, communication,
    and more along the way. And yes—little chefs get to eat their culinary creations!

    Phonics Adventures® (2 – 4 Years)

    Learning how to read is a whole lot of fun at KinderCare! We help kids grow to love
    books and words (and get ready for kindergarten) in our Phonics Adventures program.
    From discovering the basics of vowels to practicing poetry, kids learn all about letters
    and sounds in small-group lessons made just for their age group. (Bonus: Kids who
    attend our phonics program are more prepared than their peers for school—and we
    have the data to prove it.)

    STEM Innovators (3-8 Years)

    You’ve probably heard a lot about how important STEM education is for your child, but
    what does that really mean? Our STEM Innovators program takes kids’ natural ability to
    make sense of the world and applies it to robotics, chemistry, coding, geology, and
    more. While your child experiments, they’ll discover how to use technology to do
    amazing things!

    Yoga

    Our Teachers

    We’re the only company in early childhood education to select teachers based on natural talent. Being a great educator isn’t enough though.
    KinderCare teachers are also amazing listeners, nurturers, boo-boo fixers, and smile-makers. Put more simply,
    we love our teachers and your child will, too.

    Meet just a few of our amazing KinderCare teachers!

    A KINDERCARE TEACHER WITH

    An Artist’s Heart

    “My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane, an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are.

    We put our best-in-class teachers in a best-in-class workplace. We’re so proud to have been named one of Gallup’s 37 winners of the Great Workplace Award.
    When you put great teachers in an engaging center, your children will experience
    an amazing place to learn and grow.

    Family Stories

    Don’t take our word for it. Hear what our families have to say about our amazing center!

    • We have spent a great amount of time as a part of the Kindercare family, and our children have been enrolled in the Londonderry Kindercare Learning Center for years now.   The center teachers and staff are absolutely amazing and have always made us feel like family, and also have become a part of our family. That says a lot, and isn’t something I throw around too lightly.

      The center director, Linda, has been putting in the hours and going out of her way to ensure the families of Kindercare are put first and always made to feel individually special. No matter what comes her way, Linda does her best to consider every angle and handle each situation with care and special consideration.

      I appreciate the center’s structure, but also the flexibility  and ability to adapt to the needs of the children at any point. My children are never tasked with learning; they learn naturally in this environment through routines, and also playful activities that still encourage an extremely diverse learning plan.

      Thank you for all you do for us! Our family and the growth of our children does actually depend on you, and we welcome that from you!​

       

      Harry S.

      – KinderCare Parent

    • When faced with the daunting task of choosing a day care for my 12-week-old daughter, I looked at countless options in the local area. I kept hoping I would find a place that just felt right for her and for our family. When I walked into Londonderry KinderCare for the first time I got the feeling I’d been searching for. I just knew it was the place for us.
      Over two and a half years later, I am still so happy I chose this center for my daughter’s care. The center itself is clean and secure. The staff is warm, loving, accommodating, and extremely patient with the kids. I’ve gotten just as attached to my daughter’s teachers as she has. They really take an interest in each family.
      KinderCare has helped my daughter develop a sense of daily structure while fostering many important skills and personality traits. She is encouraged to explore her creativity, hone her gross and fine motor skills, and exercise her mind as well as imagination.
      At KinderCare I know the people caring for my child do this type of work because they love it. They bring a sense of joy and humor to every day. It gives me tremendous peace of mind to know that when I can’t be with my daughter she is in good hands at KinderCare.

      Caitlin M.

      Caitlin M. – KinderCare Parent
    •  I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for making KinderCare a special place for my daughter, Emma. Emma has been going to your center for two years; she started when she was 12 weeks old. Since then, her developmental growth has been outstanding. She has hit every milestone and exceeded in many areas due to the curriculum and teachers that work with her every day. Also, I want to thank you for your support, guidance and encouragement. I am a single working mother and at times have found the balance of work and raising a young child challenging. You and your staff have answered questions, calmed my anxieties and shown me how to take a step back and watch Emma in a different perspective so I could really enjoy the experiences she has at KinderCare with her. As I can never get time back, I can’t express how appreciative I am of these experiences. You and your staff care for Emma and I feel like we are connected as an extended family and not just a “daycare”. For me, this is invaluable. Thank you again for all that you do each day to make our lives exciting, happy and filled with growth!

      Susan – KinderCare Parent


    Share Your Story


    If you have a story about your experience at KinderCare,

    please share your story with us
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    Who Are KinderCare Families?

    They hail from hundreds of cities across the country from countless backgrounds, and proudly represent every walk in life. What our families have in common,
    though, is the want to give their children the best start in life. We are so proud to be their partner in parenting.

    Hear from just a few of our amazing KinderCare families.

    A Globe-Trotting Family Finds A

    Home in Houston

    Four young children, four different passports, two languages, two full-time jobs…oh, and a few triathlons thrown in for good measure.
    Meet the globe-trotting Colettas—a family on the go.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What accreditations does KinderCare have?

    We are your trusted caregiver. Our centers are state-licensed and regularly inspected to make sure everything meets or exceeds standards, including child-to-teacher ratios and safe facilities. Our centers aren’t just licensed—most are accredited, too! Find out more.

    Do you offer part-time schedules at Londonderry KinderCare?

    Everybody’s schedule is different. We’re happy to offer quality, affordable part-time and full-time childcare. Drop-in care may also be available. Reach out to your Center Director to learn more.

    How does naptime work at Londonderry KinderCare?

    Our teachers meet every child’s needs during naptime. Our teachers know how to get babies to nap. In fact, they are pros at getting children of any age to nap. Visit our article on “10 Ways We Help Kids Get a Great Daycare Nap” to learn more.

    Do you support alternative diets?

    We strive to be as inclusive as possible. To that point, we provide a vegetarian option at mealtime, take care to not serve common allergens and can adapt menus based on your child’s food sensitivities. If your child has additional needs, we’ll work with you to figure out a plan.

    Are meals included in tuition? Can I choose to send my child with lunch?

    We provide nutritious meals and snacks developed by a registered dietician to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds. If your child has special dietary requirements and you would prefer to bring in their lunch, please make arrangements with the center director.

    Does my child need to be potty-trained?

    Every child begins toilet learning at a different age. Until your child shows an interest in toilet learning, we’ll provide diaper changes on an as-needed basis. When your child shows an interest, we’ll discuss how to work together to encourage toilet learning.

    THE Top 10 Daycares in Londonderry, NH | Affordable Prices

    Daycares in Londonderry, NH

    Trisha’s Daycare

    31 Royal Ln, Londonderry, NH 03053

    Starting at $200/day

    Description:

    We have been providing quality childcare since 1998. Fully licensed CPR and First Aid cert. Plenty of references upon request. Our days are filled with lots of love and laughter! Crafts and play(inside/outside). We provide transportation to local preschools. We have reasonable rates that includes breakfast, lunch and snacks. We currently have three openings ages three and older….

    Description:

    Applewood is a private, non-profit early care and education program for children from six weeks through thirteen years in the Derry/Londonderry NH area since 1989.

    Description:

    Get set for a thrill-filled summer! Our age-specific, kid-approved camps add up to a season of discovery and fun for preschool to school-age children. This year, our 12 weeks of camps fall into six greatthemes: Mighty Bodies, Bendy Brains; Awesome Art; Gravity Galore and More; The Wondrous World of Food; Wild about Water; and Featured Creatures.
    We’re in session when your local public schools are on break and you’ll find our flexible scheduling works for your busy family. See why our summer (and winter and spring) break camps are the place to be when school’s out….

    Description:

    The YMCA of Greater Londonderry nurtures the potential of every child by supporting their unique youth development journey through holistic programming. From cradle to career, the Y provides all youth with thetools and resources they need to succeed in life. Child care offerings include:
    KINDERGARTEN WRAP AROUND (4 YEARS+)
    We strive to provide our students with opportunities for hands on, open ended learning in order for them to grow as an individual, in addition to being a positive member of the classroom team. We provide a caring and fun environment that encourages children’s natural curiosity. Program also features gym classes outside and in our spacious gymnasium, nature activities, outdoor play on the field and playground, music classes, and cooking activities.
    – AM Kindergarten | 7:00 am – 12:30 pm
    – PM Kindergarten | 11:30 am – 6:00 pm
    – Kindergarten After Care | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS | GRADES K – 8
    Serving students who attend Londonderry public schools and Chester Academy, we provide a safe, nurturing environment where kids can make new friends, participate in group activities, enjoy outside play time, get homework support, play sports, and do arts & crafts. With activities to inspire physical and mental growth, teamwork and imagination, Y school age child care is perfect for every child. Before school care is offered at North School, South School, and Matthew Thornton School. Full and part time options are available.
    – Before School Care | 7:00 am – start of school
    – After School Care | Dismissal – 6:00 pm
    After school is offered at the YMCA of Greater Londonderry, Chester Academy, South School, and Matthew Thornton School. Full and part time options are available. Early Release Days are included.
    – After School Care | Dismissal – 6:00 pm
    COVERAGE FOR NO SCHOOL DAYS:
    The Y offers full day care for your children when school is closed. Children do not have to be enrolled in the School’s Out Program in order to participate, but pre-registration is required.
    – VACATION CAMPS AND NO SCHOOL DAYS K-8 (7:00 am – 6:00 pm)
    – SNOW DAYS K-8 (8:00 am – 6:00 pm)…

    Description:

    We are an early education center that provides care for children 6 weeks to 6 years old. We provide a warm, nurturing and loving environment. The Learning Tree incorporates the fundamentals of educationpaired with the enjoyment of childhood play and imagination. This is done through enriched curriculums and hands on activities. In partnership with families we work as a team to build strong relationships, social/emotional skills, and cognitive abilities. Our objective is to not only help children become productive members of society, but to also make happy memories along the way….

    Learn With Me Inc.

    25 Buttrick Road, Londonderry, NH 03053

    Costimate: $202/day

    Description:

    Learn With Me Inc. is a child and family resource center focused on helping children and their families in southern New Hampshire. We offer a multitude of services included but not limited to autism support.Services include full day ABA, floor time, and speech clinics. Integrated preschool, a truly unique Accelerated Preschool, full and part-time childcare services, Family Coaching, Child Care Provider Professional Development Training, and Parent Workshops. Our highly educated, experienced, dedicated staff work hard everyday to provide high quality, educationally fun and exciting programs for all children. Our small center atmosphere and very small teacher/student ratios allow for an amazing early childhood education experience….

    Description:

    The Kathy Herward Child Care provides a childcare and preschool program in Londonderry, New Hampshire. They encourage the children’s holistic growth through play-based and child-centered activities and aim todevelop the children’s social skills, emotional growth, and physical coordination. The Kathy Herward Child Care welcomes infants through kindergarten-aged children and is open Mondays to Fridays from six fifteen AM to five thirty PM….

    Description:

    The Family Room Child Care is a locally operating child care provider offering daycare services designed for young children. Located at 16 Robin Hood Drive, the company serves families who are residing inLondonderry, NH. The Family Room Child Care has been doing business since it opened in 1997….

    Description:

    Bright House Day Care is a childcare and learning facility located at 79 Hovey Road, Londonderry, New Hampshire and licensed to accommodate up to twelve children. The facility is open Mondays through Fridays,providing care and education for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-age children in a safe, secure and nurturing environment….

    Children’s Terrace

    8 Robin Hood Dr, Londonderry, NH 03053

    Costimate: $198/day

    Description:

    Children’s Terrace Child Care Center is a licensed child care center located in London, NH. They offer full day, before and after school, summer programs available to infants to age 12 years old. It has amaximum child care capacity of 17. It is open Monday through Friday….

    Description:

    Kids art studio, art camps, art birthday parties, after school art classes, weekend art classes, open art studio

    Description:

    Chestnut Hill Preschool is a licensed early learning facility in Londonderry, New Hampshire that provides a family-based program for two to six-year-old children. The school offers a wide variety of learningadventures to help kids enhance their sense of wonder, character development, and community….

    Learning Stop LLC

    44 Nashua Rd Unit 6, Londonderry, NH 03053

    Costimate: $201/day

    Description:

    Learning Stop LLC allows children to build self-confidence and make progress in their social and academic development. The staff works extremely hard to provide a loving, nurturing, and safe learningenvironment for children ages six weeks to twelve years….

    Description:

    St. Mark’s Nursery School is a licensed early childhood education provider in Londonderry, New Hampshire that accommodates up to 24 children ages three to six years old. It provides children withage-appropriate activities and a variety of learning and social experiences that seeks to develop the whole child. The school offers a safe and nurturing Christian environment that promotes spiritual growth and Christian values.

    Description:

    About Us
    Our Mission
    At Wee Care Learning Center, it is our mission to provide a safe, inviting, developmentally appropriate learning environment for children ages 6 weeks through 5 years. We pride ourcenter s focus on the intellectual, moral, social, emotional and physical needs of each individual child, while providing high quality childcare and education for young children.
    Our Philosophy
    We believe that children learn best through hands-on experiences. An ideal learning environment should be fun, memorable, and help the children to grow and develop in all areas of development. Through both group and individual activities, your child is encouraged to develop at his or her own pace. Each classroom offers a child-centered environment with a wide range of materials and developmentally appropriate activities, which will allow your child to create, manipulate, explore, and discover according to their individual interests. Each child is valued and recognized as a unique individual with a large capacity for growth and development.
    At WCLC we recognize the importance of early learning experiences and pledge to provide a loving learning environment where children follow a formal curriculum promoting the development of independence, self-discipline, creative thinking, healthy bodies, problem-solving and self-confidence. WCLC values the process of early childhood development and realizes children are constantly learning through structure as well as play! Partnerships between families and the center are essential to the growth and development of the individual child. We strive to create and promote these strong partnerships with families and create a sense of community….

    Recent Review:

    My girls have been at Wee Care all of their lives. My oldest (going in to pre k) has been there since she was 3 months old. The care and love that the teachers have for her is like second mother’s. My now 8month old also started there when she was 3 months and I have the same thing to say about her teachers! The owner and director are understanding, kind, and I’ve seen a few interactions between staff and the management and they have all been positive and supportive. We are very happy here….

    Reviewed by Kate

    Description:

    Small, licensed family child care with 14 years of experience available on Manchester’s east side. Easy commuter location not far from the highway and near several schools. Clean, smoke-free home with fencedin yard on a quiet dead end street. Full-time, year round care or part-time summer care. Temporary spots may also be available depending on availability. $175/week (meals and snacks included for ages 12 mos and up)….

    Description:

    The goal of Windham Crossing Learning Center is to provide Excellence in all areas. The WCLC philosophy is whole child centered and faith-based. Our children are supported spiritually, intellectually,socially and emotionally. The WCLC learning environment is inclusive to all abilities and levels. All teachers at WCLC are New Hampshire State approved and experienced. WCLC teachers are flexible, engaged, reflective, and carry high expectations. Our environment is dynamic and affirming, supportive and innovative. WCLC staff maintains ongoing and consistent communication with parents and students alike. We are here to serve you and your child by offering our best on a daily basis. WCLC offers a unique, supportive, goal-setting education in which our students feel safe and secure within a structured and loving Christian environment. Excellence in education is our goal. We attain this goal through authentic modeling, proactive responses towards behavior management, daily communication, and effective goal setting. Our students are encouraged to be actively engaged, inquisitive and creative….

    Recent Review:

    Emily,
    We are very sorry about how you felt your family was treated. We had shared from the beginning that our policies have a 90-day probation period to see how the child/children would adapt to theirsurroundings with peers and teachers. We communicated on numerous occasions with both parents to discuss and work together on our concerns, and how best to handle the situations that were happening daily. In the end we had to make a decision that was best for your child, and the other children attending our facility. We were sad but felt it was the right decision at the time.
    We at WCLC believe in freedom of speech. When a parent came to us and reported how uncomfortable they felt being approached in the parking lot and feeling pressured to answer questions, we shared the parents concern with you, and asked if you could be sensitive to parents who might feel uncomfortable with this, especially when they don’t know you.
    Our Staff at WCLC are all New Hampshire state approved and experienced, with continuing childcare education throughout the year. Our policies for weather state that if the Windham school system is closed because of inclement weather, then we shall be closed also.
    When enrollment takes place at WCLC, we review all polices with the parents to see if they have any questions. The parent/parents then sign the policy agreement stating that they understand and agree.
    We hope the best for your family.

    Reviewed by Windham C

    Pat’s

    79 E. Stark, Nashua, NH 03064

    Costimate: $230/day

    Description:

    34 years experience as a childcare professional with a background in early childhood education. Operated a daycare in Keene, NH for 34 years, primarily caring for school teacher’s children. I have recentlymoved to Nashua to care for my grandson and looking to care for a few more children in our home.
    References available….

    Description:

    NEW Childcare center in Windham, NH. Enrolling new students ages 8 weeks to Pre-Kindergarten.

    Description:

    Manchester Child Development Center is a learning and development community strategically situated in 2020 Goffs Falls Rd, Manchester, NH. Their facility offers school programs for children in nursery up tochildren in kindergarten. Their center is also open for after school care for school-aged kids. The center offers a hands approach to learning with a stress on phonics and full day learning programs.

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    FAQs for finding daycares in Londonderry

    In 2022 what type of daycare can I find near me in Londonderry, NH?

    There are a variety of daycares in Londonderry, NH providing full time and part-time care. Some daycares are facility-based and some are in-home daycares operated out of a person’s home. They can also vary in the degree of education and curriculum they offer. Additionally, some daycares offer bilingual programs for parents that want to immerse their children in multiple languages.

    How can I find a daycare near me in Londonderry, NH?

    If you are looking for daycare options near you, start several months in advance of when you need care for your child. Care.com has 97 in Londonderry, NH as of October 2022 and you can filter daycares by distance from Londonderry or your zip code. From there, you can then compare daycare rates, parent reviews, view their specific services, see their hours of operation and contact them through the website for further information or to request an appointment.

    What questions should I ask a daycare provider before signing up?

    As you visit daycare facilities in Londonderry, NH, you should ask the providers what their hours are so you can be prepared to adjust your schedule for drop-off and pick-up. Ask what items you are responsible for bringing for your child and what items you may be required to provide that will be shared among other children or the daycare staff. Also, make sure to check directly with the business for information about their local licensing and credentials in Londonderry, NH.

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      • Kid Logic

        14 Powwow River Road Building B, East Kingston, NH 03287

      Enfield

      • Mascoma Cooperative Preschool

        96 Main Street, Enfield, NH 03748

      Epsom

      • The Learning Tree

        9 Gauthier Drive, Epsom, NH 03234

      Exeter

      • Great Bay Kids’ Company

        13 School Street, Exeter, NH 03833
      • Great Bay Kids’ Company, Main Street After School Program

        13 School Street, Exeter, NH 03833

      Fitzwilliam

      • Little Learners Daycare

        27 Route 12 South, Fitzwilliam, NH 03447

      Franklin

      • Silly Goose Day Care

        81 Evergreen Avenue, Franklin, NH 03235

      Fremont

      • Country Club for Kids II

        50 Main Street, Fremont, NH 03044

      Goffstown

      • Educare Day Care and Learning Center

        379 Goffstown Back Road, Goffstown, NH 03045

      Gonic

      • Rochester Child Care Center, Gonic School “UP” Program

        10 Railroad Avenue, Gonic, NH 03839

      Gorham

      • Mother Goose Child Care

        1 Wentworth Ave, Gorham, NH 03581

      Greenland

      • Seacoast Community School – Greenland PEAK

        70 Post Road, Greenland, NH 03840

      Groveton

      • Tri-County Head Start- Groveton Head Start

        7 Preble Street, Groveton, NH 03582

      Hanover

      • Kendal at Hanover 1 Early Learning Center

        56 Penn Road, Hanover, NH 03755

      Hillsboro

      • Hillsboro Child Development Center

        21 School Street, Hillsboro, NH 03244

      Hooksett

      • Above & Beyond Childcare, Inc.

        1461 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106
      • Little Apples Day Care and Learning Center

        1160 Hooksett Road, Hooksett, NH 03106

      Hopkinton

      • ‘Tween School ‘N Home Child Care Program, Harold Martin School

        271 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH 03229

      Lebanon

      • Fit Kids Child Care

        33 Morgan Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766

      Lee

      • Growing Places

        56 Pinkham Road, Lee, NH 03861

      Littleton

      • Tri-County Head Start: Littleton Head Start

        646 Union Street, Littleton, NH 03561
      • Shining Lights Learning Center & Child Care

        189 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561

      Lochmere

      • Weeping Willow Daycare

        95 Silver Lake Road, Lochmere, NH 03252

      Londonderry

      • Cozy Kids Child Care

        3 Sanborn Road, Londonderry, NH 03053
      • The World of Discovery

        182 Rockingham Road, Londonderry, NH 03053
      • YMCA of Greater Londonderry

        206 Rockingham Road, Londonderry, NH 03053

      Madbury

      • Growing Places “Our Time” Afterschool Program – Moharimet

        11 Lee Road, Madbury, NH 03823
      • Little Tree Education Center

        314 Route 108, Madbury, NH 03823

      Manchester

      • Elliot Child Care Center
      • 450 Massabesic Street, Manchester, NH 03103
      • Holy Cross Early Childhood Center

        420 Island Pond Road, Manchester, NH 03109
      • Little Frogs and Polliwogs Learning Center

        3011 Brown Avenue, Manchester, NH 03103
      • Little Rising Stars Child Care Center

        191 South Jewett Street, Manchester, NH 03103
      • Manchester Head Start West

        435 South Main Street, Manchester, NH 03102
      • Head Start @ MCC

        1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH 03104
      • Reach for the Stars Child Development Center

        30 South Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03103
      • SNHS- Northwest Head Start

        300 Youville Street, Manchester, NH 03102
      • Ste. Marie Child Care Center

        350 Notre Dame Avenue, Manchester, NH 03102
      • The Growing Years

        130 Harvell Road, Manchester, NH 03102
      • The World of Discovery

        71 Mooresville Road, Manchester, NH 03103

      Meredith

      • Kidworks Learning Center

        37 Reservoir Road, Meredith, NH 03253

      Merrimack

      • Merrimack YMCA

        6 Henry Clay Drive, Merrimack, NH 03054

         
      • Tollhouse Preschool

        322 Daniel Webster Highway, Merrimack, NH 03054

      Milford

      • Early Learning Center of Milford

        352 Elm Street, Milford, NH 03055

      Nashua

      • Granite Start Early Learning Center

        100 Perimeter Road, Nashua, NH 03063
      • Humpty Dumpty Learning Center

        22 Lovewell Street, Nashua, NH 03060
      • Minds in Motion

        317 West Hollis Street, Nashua, NH 03061
      • Nashua Child Learning Center

        5 Saint Laurent Street, Nashua, NH 03064
      • Southern New Hampshire Services Child Development Center

        134 Allds Street, Nashua, NH 03060
      • Southern NH Services, Bronstein Head Start

        41 Central Street, Nashua, NH 03060
      • Southern NH Services, Eleventh Street Head Start

        24 Eleventh Street, Nashua, NH 03060
      • The Goddard School

        8 Townsend West, Nashua, NH 03063

      Newmarket

      • Great Bay Kids’ Company

        3 Simon Lane, Newmarket, NH 03857

      Newton

      • Newton Learning Center

        31 South Main Street, Newton, NH 03858

      North Hampton

      • Imprints Day School

        12 & 14 LaFayette Road, North Hampton, NH 03862

      Nottingham

      • All Aboard Preschool and Child Care Center

        249 Stage Road, Nottingham, NH 03290

      Pembroke

      • First Choice For Children

        304 Pembroke Street, Pembroke, NH 03275

      Pittsfield

      • Blueberry Express Day Care Center

        8 Catamount Street, Pittsfield, NH 03263

      Plaistow

      • Plaistow Community YMCA

        175 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, NH 03865

      Plymouth

      • Tri-County Head Start- Plymouth Area Head Start

        258 Highland Street, Plymouth, NH 03264

      Portsmouth

      • Discovery Child Enrichment Center

        30 Rye Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
      • Little Blessings Child Care Center

        1035 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, NH 03801
      • Seacoast Community School- Dondero PEAK

        32 Van Buren Avenue, Portsmouth, NH 03801
      • Seacoast Community School Little Harbour-PEAK

        30 Clough Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801
      • Seacoast Community School New Franklin-PEAK

        Franklin Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801

      Raymond

      • Southern New Hampshire Services, Raymond Head Start

        108 Fremont Road, Raymond, NH 03077

      Rochester

      • Jack and Jill School

        56 Whitehall Road, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center

        95 Charles Street, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center, Allen School “UP” Program

        Granite Street, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center, Chamberlain School “UP” Program

        65 Chamberlain Street, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center, East Rochester School “UP” Program

        38 Portland Avenue, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center, Maple Street “UP” Program

        27 Maple Street, Rochester, NH 03867
      • Rochester Child Care Center, McClelland School “UP” Program

        38 Brook Street, Rochester, NH 03867
      • YMCA of Strafford County

        35 Industrial Way, Rochester, NH 03867

      Salem

      • The Learning Path

        19 Keewaydin Drive, Salem, NH 03079

      Seabrook

      • SNHS-Seabrook Head Start

        146 Lafayette Road, Seabrook, NH 03874

      Somersworth

      • Little Steps Early Learning Center

        7 Works Way, Somersworth, NH 03878
      • Somersworth Early Learning Center

        15 Bartlett Avenue, Somersworth, NH 03878

      Tamworth

      • Bearcamp Valley School & Children’s Center

        27 Durrell Road, Tamworth, NH 03886

      Tilton

      • The Ark Christian Nursery & Learning Center

        410 South Main Street, Tilton, NH 03276
      • The Whole Child Center

        523 West Main Street (PO Box 1167), Tilton, NH 03276

      Whitefield

      • Tri-County Head Start: Whitefield Head Start

        34 Jefferson Road, Whitefield, NH 03598

      Windham

      • Windham Cooperative Kindergarten & Nursery School

        12 Industrial Drive, Windham, NH 03087

      Wolfeboro

      • Wolfeboro Area Children’s Center

        180 South Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894

      Woodsville

      • Tri-County Head Start- Woodsville Head Start

        6 Church Street, Woodsville, NH 03785

      Londonderry, New Hampshire – Londonderry, New Hampshire

      Londonderry is a city in West Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. It is located between Manchester and Derry, the largest and fourth largest communities in the state. The population was 25,826 at the 2020 census. Londonderry is known for its apple orchards and is home to the headquarters of Stonyfield Farm and the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

      The more populous part of the city, with a population of 11,037 at the 2010 census, is defined as the Londonderry Census Designated Place (CDP) and roughly covers the southeast and south parts of the city, around New Hampshire Highway 102.

      CONTENT

      • 1 History
      • 2 Geography

        • 2.1 Neighboring municipalities
        • 2.2 Climate
      • 3 Demographics
      • 4 Economy
      • 5 Infrastructure

        • 5.1 Transport
      • 6 Government and politics
      • 7 Education
      • 8 media
      • 9 Famous people
      • 10 Links
      • 11 Further reading
      • 12 External links

      History

      Morrison House Museum, home of the Londonderry Historical Society.

      Londonderry is in an area that was first known as Nutfield due to its thick walnut forest. The motion for the city was filed with the General Court of the Province of New Hampshire on September 23, 1719. This petition stated that the petitioners settled “at Nutfield about the eleventh of April”, i.e. April 11, 1719of the year. requested “ten square miles” and stated that there were currently about seventy families and residents from both Ireland and New England. Many of the Scotch-Irish settlers left their homes in Londonderry in the province of Ulster in the north of Ireland and arrived in Boston in 1718 to start a new life free of religious wars and persecution. On June 21, 1722, the town was chartered and named “Londonderry”. The grant, given by Samuel Shute, Governor of the Province of New Hampshire, was for a piece of land described as follows:

      “Starting at the northeast corner at the marked beach tree, which is the southeast corner of Chester, and running south from there on the Kingstown line for four and a half miles, and thence along the west line for one mile and three blocks, and from there to the south. six and a half miles and thence west, northwest, nine and a half miles, and thence north, eleven and a half miles, thence north, northeast, three miles, thence east, southeast, one mile and thence south, southwest, southwest The corner of Chester is first mentioned, and thence to the East Line, bounding Chester Ten miles to Beach Three.”

      On February 25, 1739/40, the city was divided into two parishes. Wyndham was chartered and chartered 12 February 1741/42. The northwest section, with other lands, was incorporated into Derryfield, now Manchester, on 3 September 1751. Derry was incorporated on July 2, 1827. During this period there were boundary adjustments and annexations, continuing until 27 June 1857, when the line with Hudson (formerly known as Nottingham West).

      In order to approve a petition filed in the province of New Hampshire, the petitioners had to obtain the consent of Colonel John Wheelwright to sell the land. He laid claim to it on the basis of a grant received by the grandfather. This agreement was received on October 12, 1719of the year and included a statement of boundaries extending as far west as the Merrimack River. This was in conflict with a grant for the town of Dunstable, now Nashua, given by the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1673. The provincial line between Massachusetts and New Hampshire was not settled at its current location until 1741. Thus, when Londonderry was granted, the westernmost part actually lay within the grant of Dunstable and the Province of Massachusetts Bay. The resulting land conflicts with the “Dunstable invaders” were still being resolved by the city in 1783 and 179.1 years. Private owners resolved these conflicts among themselves as early as 1812.

      The Manchester and Lawrence Railway was opened in November 1849 with stations at North Londonderry, Wilson’s Crossing, Derry and Wyndham. Two months later, on January 26, 1850, Dearborn Whittier, a prominent resident of the city, was hit by a railroad car at Wilson’s Junction. On March 12, the city voted to introduce gates at all crossings, although the problem persisted for several more years.

      The Manchester and Derry Street Railway, sometimes referred to as the Derry and Manchester Street Railway or Trolleybus, opened December 1907 and operated between Broadway in Derry and Elm Street in Manchester until August 1926.

      In 1719 the first American potato was grown in Derry, then part of Londonderry.

      The first US census, conducted in 1790, showed that 2622 people lived in the city.

      Geography

      Londonderry is the westernmost municipality in the Borough of Rockingham. It is bordered by the cities of Auburn to the northeast, Derry to the east and Wyndham to the southeast, all in Rockingham County, and Hudson to the south, Litchfield to the west and Manchester to the north in Hillsborough County. According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of ​​42.1 square miles (109,1 km 2 ), of which 42.0 square miles (108.7 km 2 ) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.3 km 2 ) is water, including 0 ,31 km 2. % of the city.

      The city of Londonderry is drained to the east and south by Beaver Creek and to the west by Little Cohas Creek, Watts Creek, Colby Creek and Nesenkeag Creek, which flow into the Merrimack River. The city’s highest point is at 535 feet (163 m) above sea level, on Hill Number Eight (named for the old school house that used to be on it) north of downtown.

      Interstate 93, New Hampshire Route 102, New Hampshire Route 128, and New Hampshire Route 28 pass through the city. Half of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, including the main terminal, is in the northwest corner of the city.

      Londonderry City Ordinary

      Although Londonderry has grown into one of the state’s largest cities by population, it lacks any concentrated inner city, central business district or city centre. Historically, no village developed in Londonderry as it was mostly rural. Population growth in the city began only in 19The 70s when the construction of I-93 turned Londonderry into a bedroom community and suburban area for the Greater Boston area. The main shopping area is in the southeast corner of the city near the intersection of NH 102 with I-93, with smaller commercial areas lying at the intersection of NH 128 and NH 102, and near the confluence of NH 28 and NH 128. City Hall and schools were built near the geographic center of the city, on the rural site of NH 128.

      Neighboring municipalities

      • Manchester, New Hampshire (North)
      • Auburn, New Hampshire (Northeast)
      • Derry, New Hampshire (east)
      • Wyndham, New Hampshire (Southeast)
      • Hudson, New Hampshire (south)
      • Litchfield, New Hampshire (west)

      Climate

      Londonderry has a four-season humid continental climate (Köppen Dfa ) with long, cold, snowy winters and very warm and somewhat humid summers; Spring and autumn are clear and relatively short transitions. Precipitation falls throughout the year, including in winter.

      Demographics

      Londonderry Presbyterian Church at sunset

      Historical population
      Census Pop. % ±
      1790 2622
      1800 2650 1.1%
      1810 2 766 4.4%
      1820 3.127 13.1%
      1830 1.469 -53.0%
      1840 1.556 5.9%
      1850 1.731 11.2%
      1860 1.717 −0.8%
      1870 1.405 -18.2%
      1880 1.363 −3.0%
      1890 1.220 -10.5%
      1900 1. 408 15.4%
      1910 1.533 8.9%
      1920 1 303 -15.0%
      1930 1.373 5.4%
      1940 1.429 4.1%
      1950 1.640 14.8%
      1960 2.457 49.8%
      1970 5 346 117.6%
      1980 13 598 154.4%
      1990 19 781 45.5%
      2000 23 236 17.5%
      2010 24 129 3.8%
      2020 25 826 7.0%
      US Decennial Census

      As of the 2010 Census, there were 24,129 people, 8,438 households, and 6,678 families residing in the city. The population density was 574.5 people per square mile (221.9/km 2). There were 8,771 housing units at an average density of 208.8 per square mile (80.7/km 2). The racial makeup of the city was 95.8% White, 0.7% Black or African American, 0.1% Native American or Alaska Native, 1.7% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.4% of another race and 1.2% of two or more races. Hispanics or Latinos of any race were 2.1% of the population.

      There were 8,438 households out of which 41.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 65.9% were headed by married couples, 9.2% had a female householder without a husband, and 20.9% had no families. 15.8% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 2.86, and the average family size is 3.21.

      In the city, the population was spread out: 26.9% under the age of 18, 7.1% from 18 to 24, 23.6% from 25 to 44, 33.6% from 45 to 64, and 8, 7% aged 65 and over. older. The median age was 39,6 years. For every 100 women, there were 98.3 men. For every 100 women aged 18 and over, there were 94.7 men.

      Between 2009 and 2013, the median annual household income in the city was estimated at $90,263 and the median family income was $107,100. The median income for full-time males was $71,280 compared to $50,081 for females. The per capita income for the city was $38,553. About 1.6% of families and 2.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 2.6% of those under the age of 18 and 4.7% of those aged 65 or over.

      Economy

      Sunnycrest Farmers Market

      Londonderry is home to numerous businesses, many of which are located in the north side of the city near the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) or in the southeast part of the city near I-93, on NH 102 . Major businesses headquartered in the city include Stonyfield Farm and Blue Seal Feeds; bottling plant Coca-Cola Bottling Co. also located in the city. Numerous chain stores also operate in the city.

      Macca Apples, Sunnycrest Farm and Elwood Gardens are among the city’s orchards and are emblematic of the city’s important agricultural heritage. The abundance of apple orchards in the city has made picking apples a popular autumn activity among all residents.

      One of the former apple orchards is currently being developed into a 600 acre commercial and residential development that will be known as Woodmont Commons.

      Infrastructure

      London Police Department

      Londonderry has its own fire station and police department.

      Transport

      Manchester-Boston is located primarily in Londonderry.

      Londonderry is crossed by three New Hampshire State Highways and one Interstate Highway.

      • NH 28 crosses North Londonderry, entering the city from Derry in the east and leaving the city for Manchester in the north. NH 28 is known locally as Rockingham Road when it enters from Derry and merges with Mammoth Road at the northern terminus of NH 128.
      • NH 102 crosses South Londonderry, entering the city from the Hudson at the southwest corner and leaving the city at Derry to the east. NH 102 is known locally as Nashua Road.
      • NH 128 is the main north-south route through Londonderry, entering from Wyndham in the south and terminating at NH 28 in North Londonderry. The locals call it Mammoth Road.
      • Interstate 93 crosses east Londonderry from south to north. There are two exits to access Londonderry: exit 4 (NH 102) and exit 5 (NH 28).

      Londonderry is partly home to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport which it shares with the city of Manchester. Londonderry has no passenger rail service.

      Government and politics

      Londonderry City Hall

      Londonderry is part of New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district, currently represented by Democrat Chris Pappas. Londonderry is on the New Hampshire 4th District Executive Council currently represented by Republican Ted Gatzas. The city is part of the 14th District of the New Hampshire State Senate, currently represented by Republican Sharon Carson.

      Londonderry has leaned heavily Republican in every election, but the city has become more competitive in recent years. In 2020, Donald Trump received 49.8% of the vote and Joe Biden received 48.7% of the vote.

      Education

      Londonderry High School

      Leach Library, City Public Library

      The City is served by the Londonderry School District.

      Kindergarten:

      • Moose Hill School (includes LEEP, Londonderry Early Education Program)

      Primary schools:

      • North School
      • Matthew Thornton Primary School
      • South School

      Secondary school:

      • Londonderry High School

      High School:

      • Londonderry High School (House Lancer )

      Private Schools:

      • Victory Baptist School (K-12)
      • Learning Adventures
      • Applewood Training Center
      • Cozy kindergarten
      • Kindergarten
      • Pixie Preschool I

      Media

      Media covering Londonderry includes Londonderry Times and Derry News .

      Famous people

      • Ant Vh2 Reality Host Celebrity Fit Club
      • Al Baldasaro, Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, adviser to President Trump
      • John Bell, 18th Governor of New Hampshire
      • Samuel Bell, 14th Governor of New Hampshire
      • Silas Betton, US Congressman
      • Dominic DiMaggio, outfielder with the Boston Red Sox
      • John Fisher, industrialist; US Congressman from New York
      • Ryan Griffin, tight end for the New York Jets of the National Football League
      • Kevin Hunt, NFL player (offensive lineman) for Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints
      • Arthur Livermore, US Congressman
      • Joseph McKean, president of Bowdoin College
      • Dan Mullen, Head Coach, Mississippi State Bulldogs
      • Ocean-Born Mary, Plot of Local Ghost Legend
      • William M. Oliver, US Congressman
      • Ethan Paquin, Poet
      • George Patterson, US Congressman
      • Peter Patterson, businessman and Canadian politician
      • William Patterson, US Congressman
      • George Reed, Revolutionary War 9 era officer0014

      • William Stark, Revolutionary War Era Officer
      • Samuel Taggart, US Congressman
      • Matthew Thornton, signer of the Declaration of Independence; he lived in the part of town that is now Derry
      • Brian Wilson, pitcher with Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants
      • James Wilson, the first globe maker in the US.

      references

      further reading

      • Rev. Edward L. Parker, History of Londonderry, including the cities of Londonderry and Derry ; Perkins & Whipple; Boston 1851
      • A. J. Coolidge and J. B. Mansfield, History and Description of New England ; Boston, Massachusetts 1859

      external links

      • City of Londonderry
      • official website

      • Londonderry Times , local newspaper

      Londonderry, New Hampshire

      Londonderry is a town in the west of Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The city lies between Manchester and Derry, the largest and fourth largest settlement in the state. The population at the 2010 census was 24,129. [1] and approximately 26490 people in 2019. [2] Londonderry is famous for its apple orchards [3] and is home to the headquarters of Stonyfield Farm and part of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

      The more populous part of the city, with a population of 11,037 at the 2010 census, [4] is defined as the Londonderry Census Designated Place (CDP) and occupies roughly the southeast and south parts of the city, near New Hampshire Route 102.

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      • 1 History
      • 2 Antique postcards
      • 3 Geography
        • 3.1 Neighboring municipalities
        • 3.2 Climate
        • Demographics

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        • 5 Economics
        • 6 Transport
        • 7 Government and Politics
        • 8 Education
        • 9 Famous people
        • 10 Recommendations
        • 11 Further reading
        • 12 External link
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          walnut trees. The petition for the city was filed with the General Court of New Hampshire on September 23, 1719. [5] This petition stated that the petitioners settled “in Nutfield about the eleventh of April”, i.e. April 11, 1719of the year. This petition requested “ten square miles” and stated that there were currently about seventy families and residents from both Ireland and New England. . Many of the Scotch-Irish settlers left their homes in Londonderry in the province of Ulster in northern Ireland, and arrived in Boston in 1718 to start a new life without religious wars or persecution. On June 21, 1722, the town was chartered and named “Londonderry”. [6] [7] [8] The grant to Samuel Shute, Governor of the Province of New Hampshire, was for a piece of land described as follows:

          “Starting at the northeast corner of the marked beach tree which is the southeast corner of Chester and running from there south to Kingstown Line four and a half miles and thence along the western line one mile and three quarters, and thence south six and a half miles, and thence west to northwest nine and a half miles, and thence north eleven and a half miles from there north, north, east, three miles from there, east, southeast, one mile, and from there, south-south-west, to the south-west corner of Chester, and from there along the eastern line that bounds Chester, ten miles to Beach Three. 0005

          On February 25, 1739/40, the city was divided into two parishes. Windham was counted and registered on 12 February 1741/42. The northwest part with other lands was incorporated into Derryfield, now Manchester on 3 September 1751. Derry was incorporated on 2 July 1827. During this period there were boundary adjustments and annexations, continuing until 27 June 1857, when the line with Hudson (previously known as Nottingham West).

          In order to approve a petition filed in the province of New Hampshire, the petitioners had to obtain the consent of Colonel John Wheelwright to sell the land. He made a claim against him on the basis of a grant received by his grandfather. This agreement was received on October 12, 1719and included a statement of boundaries extending as far west as the Merrimack River. [9] This was in conflict with a grant for the city of Dunstable, now Nashua, made by the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1673. [10] The provincial line between Massachusetts and New Hampshire was not established at its present location until 1741. Thus, when Londonderry was granted, the westernmost part was effectively within the grant of Dunstable and the Province of Massachusetts Bay. The resulting land conflicts with the “Dunstable invaders” continued in the city in 1783 and 179.1 years. [11] Private traders resolved these conflicts among themselves as early as 1812. [12]

          The Manchester and Lawrence Railroad was opened in November 1849, [13] with depots at North Londonderry, Wilson Crossing, Derry and Wyndham. Two months later, on January 26, 1850, Dearborn Whittier, a prominent resident of the city, was hit by a railroad car at Wilson’s Junction. [14] On March 12, the city voted to introduce gates at all crossings, although the problem persisted for several more years. [15]

          The Manchester and Derry Street Railway, sometimes called the Derry and Manchester Street Railway or Trolley, opened in December 1907 and operated between Broadway in Derry and Elm Street in Manchester until August 1926. [16]

          In 1719 the first American potato was grown in Derry, then part of Londonderry. [17]

          The first US Census, taken in 1790, reported a city population of 2,622.

          Antique postcards

          Geography

          Londonderry is the westernmost municipality in the Borough of Rockingham. It is bordered by the cities of Auburn to the northeast, Derry to the east, and Windham to the southeast, all in Rockingham County, and Hudson to the south, Litchfield to the west, and Manchester to the north, in Hillsborough County. According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of ​​42.1 square miles (109.1 km2). 2 ), of which 42.0 square miles (108.7 km 2 ) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.3 km 2 ) water making up 0.31% of the city. [1]

          The city of Londonderry is being drained from the east and south. Beaver Brook and to the west by Little Cojas, Watts Brook, Colby Brook, and Nesenkig Brook, all of which empty into the Merrimack River. The city’s highest point is 535 feet (163 m) above sea level. sea ​​level on hill number eight (named after the old schoolhouse that was on it) north of downtown.

          The city is intersected by Interstate 93, New Hampshire Route 102, New Hampshire Route 128, and New Hampshire Route 28. Half of Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, including the main terminal, is in the northwest corner of the city.

          Although Londonderry has grown into one of the state’s largest cities by population, it lacks any concentrated downtown area, central business district or city centre. Historically, Londonderry did not develop a village as it was mostly rural. Population growth in the city only began in the 1970s, when the construction of I-93 turned Londonderry into a bedroom community and outskirts for the Greater Boston area. The main shopping area is in the southeast corner of the city near the junction of NH 102 with I-93, with small commercial areas lying at the intersection of NH 128 and NH 102, and near the confluence of NH 28 and NH 128. The town hall and schools are built near the geographical center of the city on the rural site of NH 128.

          Neighboring municipalities

          • Manchester, New Hampshire (North)
          • Auburn, New Hampshire (Northeast)
          • Derry, New Hampshire (East)
          • Windham, New Hampshire (Southeast)
          • Hudson, New Hampshire (south)
          • Lichfield, New Hampshire (West)

          Climate

          Londonderry four-season humid continental climate (Köppen DFA ) with long, cold, snowy winters and very warm and somewhat humid summers; Spring and autumn are clear and relatively short transitions. Precipitation falls throughout the year, including in winter.

          Demographics

          Historical population
          Census % ±
          1790 2,622
          1800 2,650 1. 1%
          1810 2,766 4.4%
          1820 3.127 13.1%
          1830 1,469 −53.0%
          0141

          5.9%
          1850 1,731 11.2%
          1860 1,717 −0.8%
          1870 1,405 − 18.2%
          1880 1.363 −3.0%
          1890 9014AN0138 1900 1,408 15.4%
          1910 1,533 8.9%
          1920 1,303 −15.0%
          1930 1,373 5. 4%
          1940 1,429 4.1%
          1950 1,640 14.8%
          1960 2,457 49.8%
          1970 5,346 117.6%
          1980 13,598 154.4%
          1990 19.781 45.5%
          20000 23.236 17.5%

          75 2 ). The racial makeup of the city was 95.8%. White, 0.7% Black or African American, 0.1% Native American or Alaska Native, 1.7% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Islander, 0.4% some other race, and 1.2% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.1% of the population. [19]

          There were 8,438 households out of which 41.7% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 65.9% were headed by married couples living together, 9. 2% of women’s families lived without husbands, and 20.9% did not have a family. 15.8% of all households were made up of individuals and 5.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 2.86, and the average family size is 3.21. [19]

          In the city, the population was spread out: 26.9% under the age of 18, 7.1% from 18 to 24, 23.6% from 25 to 44, 33.6% from 45 to 64 years old and 8.7% who are 65 years of age or older. The mean age was 39.6 years. For every 100 women, there were 98.3 men. For every 100 women aged 18 and over, there were 94.7 men. [19]

          Between 2009 and 2013, the estimated median annual household income in the city was $90,263 and the median family income was $107,100. The median income for full-time males was $71,280 compared to $50,081 for females. The per capita income for the city was $38,553. About 1.6% of families and 2.8% of the population were below the poverty line, including 2.6% of those under the age of 18 and 4. 7% of those aged 65 and over. [20]

          Economy

          Londonderry is home to numerous businesses, many of which are located in the northern part of the city near the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT), or in the southeastern part of the city near I-93, on the NH 102. Major businesses headquartered in the city include: Stonyfield Farm and blue seal feed; bottling plant Coca-Cola Bottling Co. also located in the city. Numerous chain stores also operate in the city.

          Mack’s Apples, Sunnycrest Farm and Elwood Gardens are among the few gardens in the city and are a symbol of the city’s important agricultural heritage. The abundance of apple orchards in the city has made picking apples popular among the city’s residents in autumn.

          One of the former apple orchards is currently being developed into a 600-acre commercial and residential development to be known as Woodmont Commons. [3]

          Transportation

          Londonderry is crossed by three New Hampshire State Highways and one Interregional Highway.

          • NH 28 crosses North Londonderry, entering the city from Derry in the east and leaving the city in Manchester in the north. NH 28, known as Rockingham Road when it enters Derry and merges with Mammoth Road at the northern terminus of NH 128. east. NH 102 is known as Nashua Road.
          • NH 128 is the main north-south route through Londonderry, entering from Wyndham in the south and terminating at NH 28 in North Londonderry. It is known locally as Mammoth Road.
          • Interstate 93 crosses East Londonderry from south to north. There are two exits to access Londonderry: exit 4 (NH 102) and exit 5 (NH 28).

          Londonderry is partly home to the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport which it shares with the city of Manchester. Londonderry has no passenger rail service.

          Government and Politics

          Londonderry is part of New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district, currently represented by Democrat Chris Pappas. Londonderry is part of the New Hampshire 4th District Executive Council, currently represented by Republican Ted Gatzas. in the State Senate, Londonderry is part of the 14th District of the New Hampshire State Senate, currently represented by Republican Sharon Carson.

          Londonderry has leaned heavily Republican in every election, but the city has become more competitive in recent years. In 2020, Donald Trump received 49.8% of the vote and Joe Biden received 48.7% of the vote. None of the candidates received a majority of votes.

          Education

          The City is served by the Londonderry School District.

          Kindergarten:

          • Moose Hill School (includes LEEP, Londonderry Early Education Program)

          Primary schools:

          • Northern school
          • Matthew Thornton Primary school
          • Southern school

          Secondary school:

          • Londonderry Secondary School

          Secondary school:

          • Londonderry of the secondary school (house ) whose orchestra program traveled to China in the summer of 2008 to participate in the ceremonies of the Olympic Games. They also participated in the presidential inauguration parades in 2008 and 2012.

          Private schools:

          • Baptist School of Victory (K-12)
          • Adventures in training
          • Training center Applewood
          • Cozy kindergarten
          • kindergarten
          • Pixie Perschool I

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        • Al-Baldasaro, Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, [21] Counsel President Trump [22]
        • John Bell, 18th Governor of New Hampshire [23]
        • Samuel Bell, 14th Governor of New Hampshire [24]
        • US Congress Silas Betton5
        • Dominic DiMaggio, Boston Red Sox outfielder [ citation needed ]
        • John Fisher, industrialist; US Congressman from New York [26]
        • Ryan Griffin, hard end for Houston Texans from National Football League
        • Kevin Hunt, NFL player (offensive lineman) for Green Bay Packers, New England Patriots, Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints [27]
        • Arthur Livermore, US Congressman [28]
        • Joseph McKean, President Bowdoin College [29]
        • Dan Mullen, head coach of the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team [ citation needed ]
        • Born Mary in the ocean, the plot of local ghost legend [30]
        • William M. Oliver, US Congressman [31]
        • Ethan Pakuin, poet [32]
        • George Patterson, US Congressman [33]
        • Peter Patterson, businessman and Canadian politician 9011 citation needed ]
        • William Patterson, US Congressman [34]
        • George Reid, Revolutionary War-era officer [35]
        • Laura Silva, 2007 Miss New Hampshire USA 900 900 White, James Terry (1921). National Cyclopedia of American Biography . J.T. White. 102.
        • further reading

          • Rev. Edward L. Parker, History of Londonderry, including Londonderry and Derry ; Perkins & Whipple; Boston 1851
          • A. J. Coolidge and J. B. Mansfield History and Description of New England ; Boston, Massachusetts 1859

          external link

          • City of Londonderry 9 official website0014
          • Londonderry Times , local newspaper

          Derry, New Hampshire – Derry, New Hampshire

          This article is about the city in New Hampshire. For the fictional New England city, see Derry (Stephen King).

          Derry is a city in Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States. The population at the 2020 census was 34,317. [2] Although it is a city and not a city, Derry is the fourth most populous community in the state. The city’s nickname “Space City” comes from the fact that Derry is the birthplace of Alan Shepard, the first astronaut from the United States to go into space. Derry was also for some time the home of the poet Robert Frost and his family.

          Derry’s Census Designated Place, with a 2020 population of 22,879, occupies a central area of ​​the city extending from the core Derry community in the west, centered on the intersection of New Hampshire Routes 28 and 102, to the City of Hampstead. in the east. The town also includes the village of East Derry.

          CONTENTS

          • 1. History

            • 1.1 Historical postcards
          • 2 Geography

            • 2.1 Neighboring municipalities
            • 2. 2 Climate
          • 3 Demographics
          • 4 Government
          • 5 Economy

            • 5.1 Top employers
          • 6 Transport
          • 7 Education

            • 7.1 Public schools
            • 7.2 Private schools
          • 8 media
          • 9 Famous people
          • 10 interesting places
          • 11 sister cities
          • 12 Links
          • 13 Further reading
          • 14 External links

          History

          Although it was first settled by Scotch-Irish families in 1719, Derry was not incorporated until 1827. It was originally part of Londonderry, as were Wyndham and parts of Manchester, Salem and Hudson. The city was named after the city of Derry in Ireland, the Irish word Doire means “oak grove”. The first potato planted in the United States was planted in Derry in the town’s common field in 1719. The city is home to two of America’s oldest private schools: the Pinkerton Academy, founded in 1814 and still in operation, and the closed Adams Female Seminary. .

          Derry was once a center for linen and leather production until the New England textile industry moved south in the 20th century. As recently as World War II, Derry was also a sleepy farming community. From 1900 to 1911 the poet Robert Frost lived with his family on a farm in Derry bought for him by his grandfather. Robert Frost Farm is now a National Historic Landmark and State Park and is open to the public for tours, poetry readings, and other cultural events from spring through fall.

          The post-war suburban boom, the city’s proximity to Boston to the south and Manchester to the northwest, and the construction of Interstate 93 through the city led to a huge population boom. After the 1990s this growth stopped and the 2010 census reported a decline in Derry’s population from 2000-2010. According to the 2020 census, the city recovered from 2010-2020 with a population growth of 3.6%. [3]

          Manchester and Lawrence branch of B&M ran through Derry but is now abandoned. New Hampshire Department of Transportation stated at I-93 transit corridor study and its 2012 statewide rail plan that it may be possible to reopen the line.

          Historical postcards

          Geography

          According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of ​​36.5 square miles (94.5 km 2 ), of which 35.6 square miles (92.2 km 2 ) is land and 0.9 square miles (2.3 km 2 ) is water, including 2.39 square miles. % cities. Derry is drained by Beaver Brook. The highest point in the city is Warner Hill, at 605 feet (184 m) above sea level, from where on a clear day the summit offers views of the Boston skyline. Derry lies almost entirely within the Merrimack River watershed, with a small section along the city’s northern boundary lying in the Piscataco River watershed.

          Derry is crossed by Interstate 93 and New Hampshire routes 28, 28 and 102.

          The city center is located near the city’s western border at the junction of routes 102 and 28, while the village of East Derry is located approximately 2 miles (3 km) to the east and close to the geographic center of the city. Both settlements are part of the Derry Census Designated Place.

          Neighboring municipalities

          • Chester, New Hampshire (N)
          • Sandown, New Hampshire (northeast)
          • Hampstead, New Hampshire (east)
          • Atkinson, New Hampshire (Southeast)
          • Salem, New Hampshire (Southeast)
          • Wyndham, New Hampshire (south)
          • Londonderry, New Hampshire (west)
          • Auburn, New Hampshire (NW)

          Climate

          Derry has a four-season humid continental climate (Köppen Dfa ) with long, cold, snowy winters and very warm and somewhat humid summers; Spring and autumn are clear and relatively short transitions. Precipitation falls throughout the year, including in winter.

          Demographics

          Historical population
          Census Pop. % ±
          1830 2 178
          1840 2. 034 −6.6%
          1850 1850 -9.0%
          1860 1.995 7.8%
          1870 1 809 -9.3%
          1880 2140 18.3%
          1890 2604 21.7%
          1900 3.583 37.6%
          1910 g. 5.123 43.0%
          1920 5 382 5.1%
          1930 5 131 −4.7%
          1940 5 400 5.2%
          1950 5 826 7.9%
          1960 6 987 19.9% ​​
          1970 11 712 67. 6%
          1980 18 875 61.2%
          1990 29 603 56.8%
          2000 34 021 14.9%
          2010 33 109 -2.7%
          2020 34 317 3.6%
          US Decadal Census

          The city had a population of 34,317 as of the 2020 Census. The racial makeup of the city was 88.1% White, 2.3% African American, 1.8% American Indian and Alaska Native, 2.3% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 0.9% Other race and 1.7% of two or more races. 4.6% of the population was Hispanic or Latino of any race.

          As of the 2010 census, there were 12,537 households out of which 35.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 52.4% had a married couple living together, 12.2% had a female living in whose husband does not live with her, and 30. 1% did not have a family. 23.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 6.4% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 2.62, and the average family size is 3.10.

          In the city, the population was spread out, with 24.7% under the age of 18, 9.3% from 18 to 24, 27.0% from 25 to 44, 30.4% from 45 to 64, and 8.7% who were 65 years of age or older. older. The mean age was 38.2 years. For every 100 women, there were 98.6 men. For every 100 women aged 18 and over, there were 95.9 men.

          As of the 2000 Census, the median income for a household in the city was $54,634, and the median income for a family was $61,625. The median income for men was $41,271 versus $30,108 for women. The per capita income for the city was $22,315. 4.6% of the population and 3.3% of families were below the poverty line. Of the total number of people living in poverty, 5.0% were under the age of 18 and 7.1% were 65 or older.

          Government

          Derry Town voting
          by party in the presidential election
          Year Democratic Republican Third parties
          2020 45. 91% 8 215 52.60% 9,412 1.49% 267
          2016 40.35% 6,825 54.62% 9 237 5.03% 851
          2012 46.87 % 7 612 51.42% 8.350 1.71% 277
          2008 47.86% 7,527 50.51% 7,944 1.63% 257
          2004 45.33% 6.760 53.90% 8.038 0.77% 114
          2000 45. 57% 5 530 50.21% 6.093 4.22% 512
          1996 45.55% 4,814 42.61% 4,503 11.85% 1.252
          1992 32.57% 3.962 39.04% 4.750 28.39% 3454
          1988 30.72% 2,845 67.52% 6,253 1.76% 163
          1984 26.24% 1.972 73.19% 5501 0.57% 43
          1980 23. 53% 1.519 62.89% 4,060 13.58% 877
          1976 40.91% 2272 56.61% 3144 2.48% 138
          1972 30.17% 1.526 67.69% 3.424 2.14% 108
          1968 35.03% 1.476 56.74% 2391 8.23% 347
          1964 53.09% 1882 46.91% 1.663 0.00% 0
          1960 39.24% 1. 313 60.76% 2,033 0.00% 0

          In the New Hampshire Senate, Derry is in the 19th district and is currently represented by Republican Regina Birdsell. On the New Hampshire Executive Council, Derry is in District 3 and is currently represented by Republican Janet Stevens. In the United States House of Representatives, Derry is included in New Hampshire’s 1st congressional district and is currently represented by Democrat Chris Pappas.

          Derry is part of a securely Republican belt of dense cities along Interstate 93 near the Massachusetts border. Derry is leaning Republican in the presidential election, and more recently even to the right. Bill Clinton managed to succeed in the city with a majority vote in 1996. No Democrat has won a majority of Derry voters since the landslide election of Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964.

          Economy

          Top Employers

          According to the City’s 2019 and 2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports, the top employers in the city are:

          # Employer # of employees
          1 Derry Co-operative School District 620
          2 HCA Medical Services New Hampshire (Lawns Medical Center) 532
          3 Pinkerton Academy 462
          4 City of Derry 364
          5 walmart 265
          6 Hannaford 142
          7 Show 105
          8 fireye 100
          General air supply 50
          Cedar Point Communications 40

          Transport

          Five New Hampshire State Highways and one Interstate Highway traverse the City of Derry:

          • NH 28 enters Salem in the south, follows Rockingham Road north to the southern boundary of the city’s main business district, then turns west along with Rockingham Road towards the junction with Wyndham Road and Kendall Pond Road (Jester’s Corner), and then north to follow Birch Street. After crossing NH 102 it becomes Crystal Avenue and finally at Cienneto Road it changes its name again to Manchester Road before entering Londonderry on the west side of the city.
          • The NH 28 Bypass, known locally as the “Bypass”, starts at South Main Street where NH 28 turns with Rockingham Road and continues along South Main Street, North Main Street and the Londonderry Turnpike before crossing the extreme northwest corner of the city and entering. Auburn.
          • NH 102 enters west from Londonderry where it is known as Broadway. Running from the southwest to the northeast, it crosses North and South Main Street (NH 28 Bypass) and East Derry Road at the City Center Interchange (Danforth Circle) from where it follows Chester Road to the northern border with the city of Chester. .
          • NH 111 crosses the extreme southeast corner of the city, entering Salem in the south and joining Atkinson in the east. The city has only one junction with Island Pond Road where NH 111 is less than 1/2 mile into Derry.
          • NH 121 crosses the extreme northeast corner of the city for several hundred feet between Hampstead and Sandown. This section of NH 121 has no crossings that connect to the rest of Derry, although Hampstead Road crosses NH 121 a few feet from Derry’s border with Hampstead some distance to the south.
          • Interstate 93 crosses the southwest corner of Derry for less than 1 mile. There are no interchanges in the city, but the interchange with NH 102 in Londonderry is less than 1,000 feet from the city line.

          The nearest air transport is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. There is currently no passenger rail service in Derry, although the former railroad depot in the city center has been converted into the center of the city’s main commercial district.

          Education

          Pinkerton Academy

          Public Schools

          • Administration:
            • Derry Co-operative School District
          • Elementary:
            • Ernest P. Barkey Elementary School
            • Derry Village School
            • East Derry Memorial Primary School
            • Grinnell Elementary School
            • Southern Range Elementary School
          • Middle:
            • Gilbert H. Good Middle School
            • West Running Brook Middle School

          Private schools

          • Pinkerton Academy serving as the public high school for Derry, Chester, Hampstead, Auburn, Hooksett and Candia
          • Nutfield Co-op School (Preschool & Kindergarten)
          • St. Thomas Aquinas School (Preschool – Grade 8)
          • Derry Montessori School (ages 3 to 3 grades)
          • Christian school “Golgotha” worked from 1970 to 2009, it had an average of 400 students in grades K-12.
          • Next Charter School (grades 9-12)

          Media

          Derry is home to three media sources: the Eagle-Tribune weekly Derry News , the Nutfield News weekly, which is locally owned by Nutfield Publishing, and the television station WWJE-DT owned by Univision Communications . Derry is located within the Boston Television Market and the Manchester Radio Market. Derry Public Television, also known as DerryCAM, is the city’s public television station on local cable television.

          Notable people

          Cienneto Boat Club ca. 1910

          • Samantha Brown, former Travel Channel host, seller on QVC
          • Caleb Chapman, Musician
          • Charles Cogswell Doe, Chief Justice of New Hampshire, born in Derry
          • Trisha Dunn-Luoma, ice hockey player; Olympic gold medalist
          • Charles Miller Floyd, 51st Governor of New Hampshire
          • Robert Frost, poet
          • Brendan James, singer-songwriter and pianist
          • Priscilla Lane, actress
          • David Nelson, Video Game Contributor, World Record Holder
          • William Patterson, US Congressman
          • Joe Saders, Musician
          • Alan B. Shepard, Jr., astronaut, first American in space, and as a member of Apollo 14, one of only 12 people to walk on the Moon.
          • Pamela Smart, convicted conspirator in murder
          • John Stark, Major General of the Continental Army in the Revolutionary War
          • Aaron Fletcher Stevens, Brigadier General and US Congressman
          • Matt Taven, Pro Wrestler
          • Paul Thompson, hockey player
          • Matthew Thornton, signer of the Declaration of Independence
          • Nikki Tilro, performer and puppeteer
          • Ryan Turk, Formula Drift
          • driver

          Sites of Interest

          • Adams Memorial Building
          • Derry Historical Society and Museum
          • Robert Frost Farm National Historic Landmark
          • Taylor Mill State Historic Site
          • Rockingham Recreational Trail, Railway Trail to Fremont

          Twins

          • Cherepovets, Vologda Oblast, Russia

          References

          further reading

          • City of Derry from City Historian Richard Holmes
          • Rev. Edward L. Parker, History of Londonderry, including the cities of Londonderry and Derry ; Perkins & Whipple; Boston 1851
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            Top 10 Best Fredericksburg, VA Public Elementary Schools (2022-23)

            School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

            Location

            Grades

            Students

            Rank: #11.

            Chancellor Elementary School

            Math: 91% | Reading: 86%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

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            5995 Plank Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-6123

            Grades: PK-5

            | 409 students

            Rank: #22.

            Ferry Farm Elementary School

            Math: 92% | Reading: 83%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

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            20 Pendleton Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-7366

            Grades: PK-5

            | 557 students

            Rank: #33.

            Freedom Middle School

            Math: 88% | Reading: 83%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

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            7315 Smith Station Rd.
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 548-1030

            Grades: 6-8

            | 778 students

            Rank: #44.

            Smith Station Elementary School

            Math: 91% | Reading: 80%
            Rank:

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            7320 Smith Station Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-5443

            Grades: PK-5

            | 617 students

            Rank: #55.

            Battlefield Elementary School

            Math: 89% | Reading: 80%
            Rank:

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            11108 Leavells Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-4532

            Grades: PK-5

            | 647 students

            Rank: #66.

            Donald B. Dixon-lyle R. Smith Middle School

            Math: 87% | Reading: 79%
            Rank:

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            503 Deacon Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 899-0860

            Grades: 6-8

            | 778 students

            Rank: #77.

            Conway Elementary School

            Math: 84% | Reading: 81%
            Rank:

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            105 Primmer House Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 361-1455

            Grades: PK-5

            | 839 students

            Rank: #88.

            Grafton Village Elementary School

            Math: 86% | Reading: 76%
            Rank:

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            501 Deacon Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-5454

            Grades: PK-5

            | 663 students

            Rank: #99.

            Parkside Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 78%
            Rank:

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            5620 Smith Station Rd.
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 710-5190

            Grades: PK-5

            | 887 students

            Rank: #1010.

            T. Benton Gayle Middle School

            Math: 81% | Reading: 78%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            100 Panther Drive
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 373-0383

            Grades: 6-8

            | 959 students

            Rank: #11 – 1211. – 12.

            Hartwood Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 74%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            14 Shackleford Well Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 752-4441

            Grades: PK-5

            | 531 students

            Rank: #11 – 1211. – 12.

            Rocky Run Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 74%
            Rank:

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            95 Reservoir Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 286-1956

            Grades: PK-5

            | 876 students

            Rank: #1313.

            Falmouth Elementary School

            Math: 82% | Reading: 73%
            Rank:

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            1000 Forbes St
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-7458

            Grades: PK-5

            | 622 students

            Rank: #1414.

            Edward E. Drew Jr. Middle School

            Math: 78% | Reading: 75%
            Rank:

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            501 Cambridge St
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 371-1415

            Grades: 6-8

            | 655 students

            Rank: #1515.

            Lee Hill Elementary School

            Math: 79% | Reading: 73%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            3600 Lee Hill School Dr
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 898-1433

            Grades: PK-5

            | 592 students

            Rank: #1616.

            Salem Elementary School

            Math: 81% | Reading: 70%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            4501 Jackson Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-8218

            Grades: PK-5

            | 571 students

            Rank: #1717.

            Chancellor Middle School

            Math: 75% | Reading: 70%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            6320 Harrison Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-8099

            Grades: 6-8

            | 848 students

            Rank: #1818.

            Battlefield Middle School

            Math: 76% | Reading: 67%
            Rank:

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            11120 Leavells Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-4400

            Grades: 6-8

            | 843 students

            Rank: #1919.

            Cedar Forest Elementary School

            Math: 72% | Reading: 62%
            Rank:

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            3412 Massaponax Church Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 834-4569

            Grades: PK-5

            | 731 students

            Rank: #2020.

            Spotswood Elementary School

            Math: 67% | Reading: 64%
            Rank:

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            400 Lorraine Ave
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 898-1514

            Grades: PK-5

            | 528 students

            Rank: #2121.

            Harrison Road Elementary School

            Math: 69% | Reading: 61%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            6230 Harrison Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 548-4864

            Grades: PK-5

            | 705 students

            Rank: #2222.

            Walker-grant Middle School

            Math: 58% | Reading: 66%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            One Learning Lane
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 372-1145

            Grades: 6-8

            | 797 students

            Rank: #2323.

            Lafayette Upper Elementary School

            Math: 65% | Reading: 56%
            Rank:

            Bottom 50%

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            3 Learning Lane
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 310-0029

            Grades: 3-5

            | 784 students

            Rank: n/an/a

            Hugh Mercer Elementary School

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            2100 Cowan Blvd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 372-1115

            Grades: K-2

            | 866 students

            Top 10 Best Fredericksburg, VA Public Schools (2022-23)

            School (Math and Reading Proficiency)

            Location

            Grades

            Students

            Rank: #11.

            Chancellor Elementary School

            Math: 91% | Reading: 86%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

            Add to Compare

            5995 Plank Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-6123

            Grades: PK-5

            | 409 students

            Rank: #22.

            Ferry Farm Elementary School

            Math: 92% | Reading: 83%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

            Add to Compare

            20 Pendleton Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-7366

            Grades: PK-5

            | 557 students

            Rank: #33.

            Freedom Middle School

            Math: 88% | Reading: 83%
            Rank:

            Top 30%

            Add to Compare

            7315 Smith Station Rd.
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 548-1030

            Grades: 6-8

            | 778 students

            Rank: #44.

            Smith Station Elementary School

            Math: 91% | Reading: 80%
            Rank:

            Top 50%

            Add to Compare

            7320 Smith Station Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-5443

            Grades: PK-5

            | 617 students

            Rank: #55.

            Battlefield Elementary School

            Math: 89% | Reading: 80%
            Rank:

            Top 50%

            Add to Compare

            11108 Leavells Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-4532

            Grades: PK-5

            | 647 students

            Rank: #66.

            Riverbend High School

            Math: 84% | Reading: 85%
            Rank:

            Top 50%

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            12301 Spotswood Furnace Rd.
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 548-4051

            Grades: 9-12

            | 1,900 students

            Rank: #77.

            Donald B. Dixon-lyle R. Smith Middle School

            Math: 87% | Reading: 79%
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            503 Deacon Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 899-0860

            Grades: 6-8

            | 778 students

            Rank: #88.

            Conway Elementary School

            Math: 84% | Reading: 81%
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            105 Primmer House Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 361-1455

            Grades: PK-5

            | 839 students

            Rank: #99.

            Stafford Sr. High School

            Math: 78% | Reading: 86%
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            63 Stafford Indian Lane
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 371-7200

            Grades: 9-12

            | 2,009 students

            Rank: #1010.

            Grafton Village Elementary School

            Math: 86% | Reading: 76%
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            501 Deacon Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-5454

            Grades: PK-5

            | 663 students

            Rank: #1111.

            Parkside Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 78%
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            5620 Smith Station Rd.
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 710-5190

            Grades: PK-5

            | 887 students

            Rank: #1212.

            Massaponax High School

            Math: 76% | Reading: 82%
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            8201 Jefferson Davis Hwy
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 710-0419

            Grades: 9-12

            | 1,729 students

            Rank: #1313.

            T. Benton Gayle Middle School

            Math: 81% | Reading: 78%
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            100 Panther Drive
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 373-0383

            Grades: 6-8

            | 959 students

            Rank: #14 – 1514. – 15.

            Hartwood Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 74%
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            14 Shackleford Well Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 752-4441

            Grades: PK-5

            | 531 students

            Rank: #14 – 1514. – 15.

            Rocky Run Elementary School

            Math: 83% | Reading: 74%
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            95 Reservoir Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22406
            (540) 286-1956

            Grades: PK-5

            | 876 students

            Rank: #1616.

            Falmouth Elementary School

            Math: 82% | Reading: 73%
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            1000 Forbes St
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 373-7458

            Grades: PK-5

            | 622 students

            Rank: #1717.

            Edward E. Drew Jr. Middle School

            Math: 78% | Reading: 75%
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            501 Cambridge St
            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 371-1415

            Grades: 6-8

            | 655 students

            Rank: #1818.

            James Monroe High School

            Math: 60% | Reading: 82%
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            2300 Washington Ave
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 372-1100

            Grades: 9-12

            | 960 students

            Rank: #1919.

            Lee Hill Elementary School

            Math: 79% | Reading: 73%
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            3600 Lee Hill School Dr
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 898-1433

            Grades: PK-5

            | 592 students

            Rank: #2020.

            Chancellor High School

            Math: 69% | Reading: 80%
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            6300 Harrison Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-2606

            Grades: 9-12

            | 1,332 students

            Rank: #2121.

            Salem Elementary School

            Math: 81% | Reading: 70%
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            4501 Jackson Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-8218

            Grades: PK-5

            | 571 students

            Rank: #2222.

            Chancellor Middle School

            Math: 75% | Reading: 70%
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            6320 Harrison Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-8099

            Grades: 6-8

            | 848 students

            Rank: #2323.

            Battlefield Middle School

            Math: 76% | Reading: 67%
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            11120 Leavells Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 786-4400

            Grades: 6-8

            | 843 students

            Rank: #2424.

            Cedar Forest Elementary School

            Math: 72% | Reading: 62%
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            3412 Massaponax Church Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 834-4569

            Grades: PK-5

            | 731 students

            Rank: #2525.

            Spotswood Elementary School

            Math: 67% | Reading: 64%
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            400 Lorraine Ave
            Fredericksburg, VA 22408
            (540) 898-1514

            Grades: PK-5

            | 528 students

            Rank: #2626.

            Harrison Road Elementary School

            Math: 69% | Reading: 61%
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            6230 Harrison Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 548-4864

            Grades: PK-5

            | 705 students

            Rank: #2727.

            Walker-grant Middle School

            Math: 58% | Reading: 66%
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            One Learning Lane
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 372-1145

            Grades: 6-8

            | 797 students

            Rank: #2828.

            Lafayette Upper Elementary School

            Math: 65% | Reading: 56%
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            3 Learning Lane
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 310-0029

            Grades: 3-5

            | 784 students

            Rank: n/an/a

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            12301 Spotswood Furnace Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 891-2445

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            Courthouse Academy Prgm.

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            7409 Brock Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 582-5242

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            Hugh Mercer Elementary School

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            2100 Cowan Blvd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22401
            (540) 372-1115

            Grades: K-2

            | 866 students

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            John J. Wright Ed. And Cultural Ctr.

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            7565 Courthouse Road
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 834-2556

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            Fredericksburg, VA 22405
            (540) 899-6000

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            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            (540) 582-6831

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            Smith Station Elementary – Spotsylvania County Public Schools

            Reading Performance: All Students

            Reading results for 2019-2020 are not available due to the closure of schools and cancellation of state assessments. 2020-2021 reading results reflect reduced student participation in state reading assessments due to COVID-19. The wide variations in participation rates and learning conditions should be taken into consideration when reviewing 2020-2021 data.

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            English ReadingGrade 3 English ReadingGrade 4 English ReadingGrade 5 English ReadingGrade 6 English ReadingGrade 7 English ReadingGrade 8 English ReadingEOC English Reading

            This chart displays the percentage of students passing state reading tests. Virginia students are assessed annually in reading in grades 3-8 and once in high school with an end-of-course (EOC) reading test. Use the drop down menu above the chart to view results for a specific test. Use the menu below the chart to select results for a specific group of students. Practice test items representative of the content and skills included in current Standards of Learning assessments are available on the Virginia Department of Education website to assist in understanding the format of the tests and questions.

            English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 12 59 71 29 8 63 71 29
            Female 12 61 73 27 6 63 69 31
            Male 13 57 70 30 9 63 72 28
            American Indian
            Asian 83 83 17
            Black 9 49 58 42 7 64 71 29
            Hispanic 15 52 67 33 9 53 62 38
            Native Hawaiian 100 0 100 0
            White 14 68 83 17 10 67 77 23
            Multiple Races 4 57 61 39 62 62 38
            Students with Disabilities 24 27 51 49 12 38 50 50
            Students without Disabilities 10 65 75 25 7 67 75 25
            Economically Disadvantaged 8 53 61 39 7 56 63 37
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 16 63 80 20 9 69 78 22
            English Learners 10 48 58 42 8 38 46 54
            Homeless 67 67 33
            Military Connected 10 50 60 40 75 75 25
            Grade 3 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 12 56 67 33 7 71 77 23
            Female 10 54 64 36 5 70 75 25
            Male 13 57 70 30 8 71 79 21
            Asian 100 0
            Black 5 58 63 37 8 68 76 24
            Hispanic 10 55 66 34 6 71 76 24
            White 17 64 81 19 8 68 76 24
            Multiple Races
            Students with Disabilities 8 33 42 58 9 45 55 45
            Students without Disabilities 12 59 71 29 6 74 80 20
            Economically Disadvantaged 9 50 59 41 8 65 73 27
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 14 61 76 24 5 76 81 19
            English Learners 6 56 61 39
            Homeless 100 0
            Military Connected 100 0
            Grade 4 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 16 62 78 22 11 57 68 32
            Female 9 69 78 22 10 56 67 33
            Male 20 57 78 22 12 58 70 30
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian 100 0
            Black 13 50 63 38 11 56 67 33
            Hispanic 23 50 73 27 9 52 61 39
            Native Hawaiian 100 0 100 0
            White 16 71 87 13 18 65 83 18
            Multiple Races
            Students with Disabilities 35 29 65 35 6 35 41 59
            Students without Disabilities 11 70 81 19 12 61 73 27
            Economically Disadvantaged 6 57 63 37 8 50 58 42
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 24 65 89 11 15 65 81 19
            English Learners 6 33 39 61
            Homeless 100 0
            Military Connected
            Grade 5 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 10 59 69 31 6 61 67 33
            Female 14 62 76 24 2 65 67 33
            Male 5 56 61 39 8 59 67 33
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian
            Black 10 40 50 50 71 71 29
            Hispanic 10 50 60 40 11 43 54 46
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 11 70 81 19 5 68 73 28
            Multiple Races 8 58 67 33 64 64 36
            Students with Disabilities 25 19 44 56 18 36 55 45
            Students without Disabilities 6 69 75 25 2 68 70 30
            Economically Disadvantaged 8 53 61 39 4 56 60 40
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 11 64 74 26 6 66 72 28
            English Learners 8 25 33 67
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            Grade 6 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Grade 7 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Grade 8 English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            EOC English Reading Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            < = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results
            – = Not applicable or no data for group
            * = Data not yet available

            Writing Performance: All Students

            Writing results for 2019-2020 are not available due to the closure of schools and cancellation of state assessments. 2020-2021 writing results are not reported due to the widespread use of local writing assessments because of the continuing impact of COVID-19 on schools.

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            English WritingGrade 8 WritingEOC Writing

            This chart displays the percentage of students passing state writing tests. Virginia students are assessed in writing in grade 8 and once in most high schools with a state end-of-course (EOC) writing test. If a high school administers a locally developed writing assessment, results are not included in this chart as scores on locally developed writing assessments are not reported to the Virginia Department of Education. Use the drop down menu above the chart to view results for a specific test. Use the menu below the chart to select results for a specific group of students. Practice test items representative of the content and skills included in current Standards of Learning assessments are available on the Virginia Department of Education website to assist in understanding the format of the tests and questions.

            English Writing Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Grade 8 Writing Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            EOC Writing Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            < = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results
            – = Not applicable or no data for group
            * = Data not yet available

            Math Performance: All Students

            Mathematics results for 2019-2020 are not available due to the closure of schools and cancellation of state assessments. 2020-2021 math results reflect reduced student participation in state math assessments due to COVID-19. The wide variations in participation rates and learning conditions should be taken into consideration when reviewing 2020-2021 data.

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            MathematicsGrade 3 MathematicsGrade 4 MathematicsGrade 5 MathematicsGrade 6 MathematicsGrade 7 MathematicsGrade 8 MathematicsAlgebra IGeometryAlgebra II

            This chart displays the percentage of students passing state mathematics tests. Virginia students are assessed annually in mathematics in grades 3-8 and at the end of secondary courses (Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II) as needed to meet graduation requirements. Use the drop down menu above the chart to view results for a specific test. Use the menu below the chart to select results for a specific group of students. Practice test items representative of the content and skills included in current Standards of Learning assessments are available on the Virginia Department of Education website to assist in understanding the format of the tests and questions.

            Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 10 57 67 33 9 62 71 29
            Female 7 54 61 39 8 55 63 37
            Male 12 59 72 28 9 67 77 23
            American Indian
            Asian 25 67 92 8
            Black 9 48 57 43 8 49 57 43
            Hispanic 13 48 61 39 5 55 60 40
            Native Hawaiian 100 0 100 0
            White 10 67 77 23 11 73 84 16
            Multiple Races 7 57 64 36 7 66 72 28
            Students with Disabilities 26 23 49 51 6 42 48 52
            Students without Disabilities 7 65 71 29 9 66 75 25
            Economically Disadvantaged 7 49 56 44 5 53 58 42
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 12 64 76 24 12 71 83 17
            English Learners 9 47 56 44 5 49 53 47
            Homeless 29 29 71
            Military Connected 17 50 67 33 13 69 81 19
            Grade 3 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 9 53 62 38 11 64 75 25
            Female 5 49 54 46 10 63 73 28
            Male 13 55 68 32 12 65 77 23
            Asian 100 0
            Black 16 32 47 53 8 54 63 38
            Hispanic 7 52 59 41 6 56 61 39
            White 11 72 83 17 14 67 82 18
            Multiple Races
            Students with Disabilities 25 8 33 67 9 36 45 55
            Students without Disabilities 7 59 66 34 12 67 79 21
            Economically Disadvantaged 7 41 48 52 8 55 63 37
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 12 63 76 24 14 71 86 14
            English Learners 6 56 61 39 10 70 80 20
            Homeless 100 0
            Military Connected
            Grade 4 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 11 63 73 27 9 57 65 35
            Female 9 63 72 28 8 47 55 45
            Male 12 63 75 25 9 64 73 27
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian
            Black 60 60 40 7 37 44 56
            Hispanic 22 39 61 39 3 65 68 32
            Native Hawaiian 100 0 100 0
            White 6 75 81 19 15 68 83 18
            Multiple Races 100 0
            Students with Disabilities 28 22 50 50 24 24 76
            Students without Disabilities 6 74 80 20 10 62 72 28
            Economically Disadvantaged 6 59 65 35 3 52 56 44
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 14 65 80 20 15 62 77 23
            English Learners 58 58 42
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            Grade 5 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 10 57 67 33 6 67 73 27
            Female 7 53 60 40 6 58 64 36
            Male 12 61 73 27 6 74 81 19
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian 100 0
            Black 10 55 65 35 8 58 67 33
            Hispanic 8 58 67 33 7 43 50 50
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 11 56 67 33 2 85 88 12
            Multiple Races 8 58 67 33 9 73 82 18
            Students with Disabilities 24 35 59 41 9 59 68 32
            Students without Disabilities 6 63 69 31 6 69 74 26
            Economically Disadvantaged 9 49 57 43 4 52 56 44
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 10 63 73 27 8 78 86 14
            English Learners 7 21 29 71
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            Grade 6 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Grade 7 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Grade 8 Mathematics Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Algebra I Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Geometry Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Algebra II Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            < = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results
            – = Not applicable or no data for group
            * = Data not yet available

            Science Performance: All Students

            Science results for 2019-2020 are not available due to the closure of schools and cancellation of state assessments. 2020-2021 science results reflect reduced student participation in state reading assessments due to COVID-19. The wide variations in participation rates and learning conditions should be taken into consideration when reviewing 2020-2021 data.

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            ScienceGrade 5 ScienceGrade 8 ScienceBiologyChemistryEarth Science

            This chart displays the percentage of students passing state science tests. Virginia students are assessed in science in grades 5 and 8 and at the end of secondary courses (Earth Science, Biology and Chemistry) as needed to meet graduation requirements. Use the drop down menu above the chart to view results for a specific test. Use the menu below the chart to select results for a specific group of students. Practice test items representative of the content and skills included in current Standards of Learning assessments are available on the Virginia Department of Education website to assist in understanding the format of the tests and questions.

            Science Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 4 55 59 41 11 53 64 36
            Female 5 55 60 40 6 46 52 48
            Male 3 55 58 43 15 58 73 27
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian 100 0 100 0
            Black 40 40 60 8 46 54 46
            Hispanic 36 36 64 13 30 43 57
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 6 63 69 31 10 65 75 25
            Multiple Races 8 58 67 33 80 80 20
            Students with Disabilities 41 41 59 24 38 62 38
            Students without Disabilities 5 58 63 37 8 56 64 36
            Economically Disadvantaged 37 37 63 4 43 48 52
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 6 68 74 26 16 59 75 25
            English Learners 7 14 21 79
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            Grade 5 Science Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 4 55 59 41 11 53 64 36
            Female 5 55 60 40 6 46 52 48
            Male 3 55 58 43 15 58 73 27
            American Indian 100 0
            Asian 100 0 100 0
            Black 40 40 60 8 46 54 46
            Hispanic 36 36 64 13 30 43 57
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 6 63 69 31 10 65 75 25
            Multiple Races 8 58 67 33 80 80 20
            Students with Disabilities 41 41 59 24 38 62 38
            Students without Disabilities 5 58 63 37 8 56 64 36
            Economically Disadvantaged 37 37 63 4 43 48 52
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 6 68 74 26 16 59 75 25
            English Learners 7 14 21 79
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            Grade 8 Science Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Biology Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Chemistry Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Earth Science Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            < = A group below state definition for personally identifiable results
            – = Not applicable or no data for group
            * = Data not yet available

            History Performance: All Students

            History results for 2019-2020 are not available due to the closure of schools and cancellation of state assessments. History results for 2020-2021 are not reported due to the widespread use of local history assessments because of the impact of COVID-19.

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            HistoryVA StudiesVA & US HistoryWorld History IWorld History IIGeographyCivics & Econ

            This chart displays the percentage of students passing state tests in history/social science. Virginia students are assessed in history/social science once in elementary school (Virginia Studies), once in middle school (Civics and Economics) and at the end of secondary courses (Geography, World History I, World History II and Virginia and United States History) as needed to meet graduation requirements. Use the drop down menu above the chart to view results for a specific test. Use the menu below the chart to select results for a specific group of students. Practice test items representative of the content and skills included in current Standards of Learning assessments are available on the Virginia Department of Education website to assist in understanding the format of the tests and questions.

            History Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 19 49 68 32
            Female 15 55 70 30
            Male 22 44 67 33
            American Indian
            Asian
            Black 19 38 58 42
            Hispanic 13 53 66 34
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 28 62 90 10
            Multiple Races
            Students with Disabilities 7 21 29 71
            Students without Disabilities 21 53 74 26
            Economically Disadvantaged 15 40 55 45
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 24 60 84 16
            English Learners 19 31 50 50
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            VA Studies Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            All Students 19 49 68 32
            Female 15 55 70 30
            Male 22 44 67 33
            American Indian
            Asian
            Black 19 38 58 42
            Hispanic 13 53 66 34
            Native Hawaiian 100 0
            White 28 62 90 10
            Multiple Races
            Students with Disabilities 7 21 29 71
            Students without Disabilities 21 53 74 26
            Economically Disadvantaged 15 40 55 45
            Not Economically Disadvantaged 24 60 84 16
            English Learners 19 31 50 50
            Homeless
            Military Connected
            VA & US History Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            World History I Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            World History II Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
            Student Subgroup Advanced Proficient Passed Failed Advanced Proficient Passed Failed
            Geography Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
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            Civics & Econ Performance 2020-2021 2021-2022
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            – = Not applicable or no data for group
            * = Data not yet available

            Chancellor Elementary in Fredericksburg, VA

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            5995 Plank Rd
            Fredericksburg, VA 22407
            Spotsylvania County
            (540) 786-6123

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            Chancellor Elementary Enrollment, Ranking, and Statistics

            Chancellor Elementary Students by Grade
            PK 14
            K 58
            1 59
            2 77
            3 73
            4 66
            5 75
            6 0
            7 0
            8 0
            9 0
            10 0
            11 0
            12 0

            Chancellor Elementary is a public elementary school located in Fredericksburg, VA in the Spotsylvania County Public Schools. It enrolls 422 students in grades 1st through 12th.
            Chancellor Elementary is the 836th largest public school in Virginia and the 29,826th largest nationally.
            It has 20.1 students to every teacher.

            Total Students: 422
            Pupil/Teacher Ratio: 20.1:1
            Full Time Teachers: 21

            Enrollment Rank Nationally: 29,826th out of 56,369
            Enrollment Rank in Virginia: 836th out of 1,159
            Student/Teacher Rank in Virginia:
            1,072nd out of 1,156
            Full Time Teacher Rank in Virginia:
            974th out of 1,156

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            Chancellor Elementary Students by Gender

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              School District
            &block;&block; Female 234
            (55&percnt;)
            7,837
            (48&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Male 188
            (45&percnt;)
            8,326
            (52&percnt;)

            Chancellor Elementary Students by Ethnicity

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              School District
            &block;&block; White 302
            (72&percnt;)
            9,356
            (58&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Two or More 36
            (9&percnt;)
            1,084
            (7&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Hispanic 32
            (8&percnt;)
            2,424
            (15&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Black 32
            (8&percnt;)
            2,835
            (18&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Asian 18
            (4&percnt;)
            400
            (2&percnt;)
            &block;&block; American Indian 2
            (0&percnt;)
            37
            (0&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Pacific Islander 0
            (0&percnt;)
            27
            (0&percnt;)

            Chancellor Elementary Free and Reduced Lunch Assistance

            Outer ring represents school district

              School District*
            &block;&block; Not Eligible 333
            (79&percnt;)
            9,458
            (59&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Free Lunch Eligible 72
            (17&percnt;)
            5,564
            (34&percnt;)
            &block;&block; Reduced-Price Lunch Eligible 17
            (4&percnt;)
            1,141
            (7&percnt;)
            * School District values based on schools that reported lunch assistance data

            Out of 1,152 ranked schools in Virginia, Chancellor Elementary is ranked 955th for total students on lunch assistance.

            The percentage of Chancellor Elementary students on free and reduced lunch assistance (21.1&percnt;) is lower than the state average of 44.7&percnt;. This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

            Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130&percnt;
            and 185&percnt;
            of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals.
            Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts.
            Students from families with incomes at or below 130&percnt; of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

            For 2014, a family of two needs to make an annual income below $20,449 to be eligible for free meals or below $29,100 for reduced price meals.
            A family of four needs to make an annual income below $31,005 for free meals or $44,122 for reduced price meals.

            Chancellor Elementary Trends Over Time

            Total Students Over Time
            Total Students Over Time
            Year Total Students
            2005 494
            2006 364
            2007 359
            2008 362
            2009 324
            2010 355
            2011 366
            2012 373
            2013 388
            2014 401
            2015 422
            Student Teacher Ratio Over Time
            Student Teacher Ratio Over Time
            Year Student Teacher Ratio
            2005 15
            2006 11. 2
            2007 16.3
            2008 16.8
            2009 13.8
            2010 14.9
            2011 21.5
            2012 21.9
            2013 20.4
            2014 20
            2015 20.1
            Lunch Assistance Over Time
            Lunch Assitance Over Time
            Year Lunch Assitance
            2005 0.080971659919028
            2006 0.085164835164835
            2007 0.094707520891365
            2008 0.12707182320442
            2009 0. 14506172839506
            2010 0.14929577464789
            2011 0.19398907103825
            2012 0.23860589812332
            2013 0.23969072164948
            2014 0.21197007481297
            2015 0.21090047393365

            Compare Chancellor Elementary to Other Elementary Schools

            Student Teacher Ratio Comparison

            1,413.6&percnt; 14.1:1
            1,598.0&percnt; 16.0:1
            2,010.0&percnt; 20. 1:1

            Free and Reduced Lunch Comparison

            This School 21.1&percnt;
            State Average 44.7&percnt;
            National Average 55.7&percnt;

            Top Nearby Elementary Schools

            School Type Grades Students Student Teacher Ratio Distance
            Chancellor Elementary
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public PK – 05 422 20. 1:1  
            Chancellor Middle School
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public 06 – 08 824 16.3:1 2 miles
            Harrison Road Elementary
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public PK – 05 801 20.3:1 3 miles
            Salem Elementary
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public PK – 05 677 18. 8:1 3 miles
            Freedom Middle School
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public 06 – 08 824 14.7:1 3 miles
            Smith Station Elementary
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public PK – 05 716 18.6:1 3 miles
            Wilderness Elementary
            Spotsylvania, VA
            Public PK – 05 733 19. 8:1 3 miles
            Ni River Middle School
            Spotsylvania, VA
            Public 06 – 08 745 16.6:1 3 miles
            St Patrick School
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Private PK – 08 213 15:1 4 miles
            Battlefield Middle School
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public 06 – 08 817 16. 3:1 4 miles
            Battlefield Elementary
            Fredericksburg, VA
            Public PK – 05 646 17.9:1 4 miles

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            Schools in Fredericksburg, VA – Elementary High School Middle and Private

            Cities and Towns in the United States / Virginia / Fredericksburg City / Fredericksburg VA » School

            Fredericksburg, VA has 39 schools, 16 of them are Elementary, 6 Middle Schools, 5 High Schools and 0 alternative Schools.

            Elementary schools in Fredericksburg

            Battlefield Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 616

            Cedar Forest Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 746

            Chancellor Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 425

            Conway Elementary

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 812

            Ferry Farm Elementary

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 662

            Harrison Road Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 791

            Hartwood Elementary

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 566

            Hugh Mercer Elementary

            District of Fredericksburg City Public Schools
            Lowest grade : K, Highest grade : 2
            Students : 851

            Lafayette Upper Elementary

            District of Fredericksburg City Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 3, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 824

            Lee Hill Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 652

            Parkside Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 768

            Rocky Run Elementary

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 898

            Salem Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 643

            Smith Station Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 714

            Spotswood Elementary

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 5
            Students : 511

            Walker-Grant Early Childhood Center

            District of Fredericksburg City Public Schools
            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : PK
            Students : 195

            Middle schools in Fredericksburg

            Battlefield Middle

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 800

            Chancellor Middle

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 849

            Donald B. Dixon-Lyle R. Smith Middle

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 785

            Freedom Middle

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 779

            T. Benton Gayle Middle

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 878

            Walker-Grant Middle

            District of Fredericksburg City Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 6, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 684

            High schools in Fredericksburg

            Chancellor High

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 1315

            James Monroe High

            District of Fredericksburg City Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 1023

            Massaponax High

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 2024

            Riverbend High

            District of Spotsylvania County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 1919

            Stafford Senior High

            District of Stafford County Public Schools
            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 1956

            Private schools in Fredericksburg

            Childrens House Of Old Town

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : K
            Students : 18

            Cornerstone Preschool And Life Academy

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 4
            Students : 61

            Faith Christian Academy

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 31

            Ferry Farm Baptist Church Preschool/Kindergarten

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : K
            Students : 188

            Fredericksburg Academy

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 357

            Fredericksburg Christian School

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 843

            Holy Cross Academy

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 545

            St Michael The Archangel High School

            Lowest grade : 9, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 100

            St Patrick School

            Lowest grade : PK, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 213

            The Gladys H Oberle School

            Lowest grade : 8, Highest grade : 12
            Students : 52

            Tree Of Life Christian Prep School

            Lowest grade : K, Highest grade : 8
            Students : 39

            schools in Fredericksburg

            Regional/Alternative Center

            District of Stafford County Public Schools

            Smith Station Elementary School in Fredericksburg, VA

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            Bumpass 126 $349,700
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            Culpeper 156 11 $409,500
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            Indian Head 66 8 $302,450
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            Mineral 210 2 $385,950
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            Woodbridge 538 614 $459,900
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            22405 187 29 $450,000
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            22407 239 49 $420,000
            22408 133 47 $419,950
            22485 225 12 $415,000
            22508 113 3 $392,999
            22546 174 6 $315,000
            22551 160 1 $450,000
            22553 86 31 $449,000
            22554 378 103 $538,833
            22556 126 18 $479,900
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            Matthew Fontaine Maury School

            This article is about the Matthew Fontaine Maury School in Fredericksburg, Virginia. For Maury High School in Norfolk Virginia, see Matthew Fontaine Maury High School.

            At Matthew Fontaine Maury School (also known as Maury School ), in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is a historic school building noted for its Colonial Revival architecture and design, as well as its importance to Fredericksburg’s entertainment and cultural scene. The building was designed by Philip Stern. Built in 1919-1920, the school was used from then until 1952 for both primary and secondary students. After the construction of James Monroe High School, the building was used as an elementary and high school. The school was closed in 1980. Maury School was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 2007 [1] [3]

            Contents

            • 1 History
            • 9 Maury Stadium
            • 30010019 4 Design and construction

            • 5 References

            History

            The school is located in the Fredericksburg area bounded by George, Kenmore, William and Barton streets. The site was previously used as a potter’s field and an African American cemetery. Prior to construction, the graves were moved to Shilo Cemetery in Fredericksburg. The school’s original building was Fredericksburg High School. It consisted of a single building overlooking George Street. In 1930 an assembly hall was added to the school. [4]

            In 1937, the school was expanded with the addition of James Monroe Elementary School, a separate building connected by a covered walkway, and the name was changed to James Monroe High School. In 1952, when a new high school was built in the city, the building was renamed the Matthew Fontaine Maury School and served as the city’s school. High school until it was closed in 1980. [4] After the school closed, it was used for several years by the Fredericksburg Police Academy and later by a homeless shelter. In 2007, the Maury School building was converted into condominiums. [5]

            Mori Stadium

            The school stadium is listed as a historic site. This stadium was built in 1935, and despite the fact that two different high schools were built in its place, the James Monroe High School sports teams continue to use it for home games. On the slope between the school and the field, stands were built from stepped concrete stands. A brick balustrade forms the edge of the spectator area. [4]

            The stadium was named “City Stadium”. This is the largest gathering place in Fredericksburg. It is the venue for concerts and other social events. The stadium was also home to the Fredericksburg Dog Shop. The dog market started with the 169 agreement8 years between the village that was to become Fredericksburg and the Manahoac Indian tribe. This event, held annually, drew up to 15,000 people to the school. [4] [6]

            Matthew Fontaine Maury

            The school is named after Matthew Fontaine Maury (1806–1873) and a Spotsylvania County, Virginia native who was known as the “Pathfinder of the Seas”. Maury studied ocean currents and published the first reliable oceanographic charts. Maury was involved in founding the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland and taught at the Virginia Military Institute. [7] [8]

            Design and Construction

            Maury School reflects Colonial Revival architecture. [1] The school consists of three identical 65,000 square foot buildings. The first building opened in 1920 and was called Fredericksburg High School. The school was designed to educate white students in grades 7–12. In 1930 an auditorium and gymnasium were added. The same building was built in 1937 for elementary school students and connected by a covered walkway. The building’s architect was Philip Nathaniel Stern (1878–19 Clancy, Paul (2010-10-03). “Interesting secret discovered inside Mori’s portrait.” Virginia Pilot (Norfolk, Virginia) . via HighBeam Research. Archived from the original on 2016-04-09. Retrieved 2012-06-08. (subscription required)

          • Top 10 Christian Schools in Virginia

            Want to give your child the best possible education? Here is a list of the best Christian schools/universities in several Virginia cities.

            Virginia is one of the largest states in the US and has many beautiful places to live and visit.

            This state is the fourth best school system in the nation, ranking fourth for quality and third for safety.

            Also, would you like to know the cost of attending a Christian school in Virginia?

            In this article, we will help you find the best Christian schools/universities in Virginia for your children.

            So read this guide and discover Christian schools and universities in different cities in Virginia that are best for your children.

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            Contents

            • Are there Christian schools in Virginia?
            • What is the cost of Christian schools in Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Virginia?
              • #1. Episcopal High School
              • #2. St. Stephen and St. Agnes School
              • #3. Fairfax Christian School
              • No. 4. St. Christopher’s School
              • #5. Veritas University Academy
              • #6. Chatham Hall
              • No. 7. Dominion Christian School
              • # 8. Virginia Episcopal School
              • No. 9. Trinity Christian School
              • No. 10. St. Catherine’s School
            • What are the best Christian schools in Richmond, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Alexandria, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Fairfax, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Chesapeake, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Charlottesville, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Woodbridge, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Roanoke, Virginia?
            • What are the best Christian schools in Fredericksburg, Virginia?
            • Virginia Christian Universities
            • Conclusion
            • Recommendations

            Are there Christian schools in Virginia?

            This state is one of the largest states in the US, so there are also many schools.

            Therefore, to answer this question, there are 141 private Christian schools with 26,269 students.

            However, we will simply list some excellent Christian schools. They are as follows;

            • Episcopal High School
            • St. Stephen and St. Agnes School
            • Fairfax Christian School
            • St. Christopher School

              According to a study, the average cost of attending a Christian school in Virginia is $8,284.

              What are the best Christian schools in Virginia?

              As previously stated, Virginia is one of the largest states in the US and as a result, there are many schools in Virginia as well as Christian schools.

              However, these listed Christian institutions in Virginia will help children change their outlook on life and develop a stronger sense of responsibility.

              These Christian schools include:

              # 1. Episcopal High School

              This school is located in Alexandria, Virginia.

              This is a college preparatory boarding school with a tuition fee of $64,900.

              Thanks to the excellent learning environment, these students develop both spiritually and intellectually.

              This school is uniquely positioned to prepare students not only to enter prestigious schools and universities, but also to fill positions of caring and gifted leaders locally and globally.

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              No. 2 St. Stephen and St. Agnes School

              This school is located in Northern Virginia, Maryland. It is also one of the best Christian schools in Virginia where every student is treated as a child of God.

              Boys and girls aged 3 to 12 study there.

              Although they have three different campuses, each suitable for the needs of students living in the area.

              Junior school is for children aged 3 to 5, middle school is for children aged 6 to 8, and high school is for children aged 9 to 12.

              Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, they set high academic standards that teach these children basic skills.

              They also instill in children the need to ask questions, explore opposing points of view, and never settle for an easy solution.

              Highest possible tuition fee is $43,420.

              In addition, club activities and sports are included, as they are aimed at the development of the child in all areas of life.

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              #3. Fairfax Christian School

              This school offers good academic standards and a safe learning environment for students to learn and grow.

              In addition, with a 7:1 student-teacher ratio, small classes and individual attention, there is no doubt that your children will not develop intellectually and socially.

              This is one of the best Christian schools located on Pacific Boulevard, Sterling, Virginia. Tuition is $42,000.

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              No. 4 St. Christopher’s School

              This institution is a respected private Christian boys’ school in Richmond, Virginia.

              In addition, they have a total of 938 students in PK-12 classes with a 9:1 student-teacher ratio.

              This is one of the Christian schools in Virginia that does its best to effectively understand, engage and educate men.

              If you are looking for a Christian school for boys that will help build character and influence your son’s life skills to succeed in college and society at large, then this school is the best choice for you.

              VISIT THE SCHOOL WEBSITE

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              No. 5. This Veritas University Christian School is a classical school

            • 2 a school whose goal is to produce young men and women leaders.

              This is also one of the best Christian schools located in Chesapeake, Virginia.

              Tuition is $18,509 for the highest grade available.

              In addition, this school teaches students to think clearly and logically before making critical judgments. They also develop them very well in how to express themselves.

              Veritas Collegiate Academy is one of the best Christian schools in Virginia because they ensure that their students evaluate life’s situations in the light of the scriptures with enthusiasm and joyful obedience to God.

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              #6. Chatham Hall

              This is a boarding school in Chatham, Virginia. Tuition is $24,500 for the highest grade available.

              This is an all-girls boarding school that strives to get students out of their comfort zone and discover the power of their potential.

              This school has a curriculum that makes learning interesting and at the same time challenging for students.

              They also learn the importance of supporting each other in order to be able to grow themselves.

              VISIT SCHOOL SITE

              No. 7. Dominion Christian School

              This school is a respected private Christian school in Octon, Virginia.

              It has 199 K-12 students with a 9 to 1 student-teacher ratio.

              Highest available tuition is $16,900.

              In addition, after graduation, every student of this school goes to college.

              In addition, the school creates an environment that allows each student to succeed in both difficult and exciting years of their academic career at school.

              VISIT SCHOOL SITE

              # 8. Virginia Episcopal School

              This institution is a well-known private Christian boarding school in Lynchburg, Virginia.

              They have a total of 260 students from grades 9 to 12 and a student-teacher ratio of 7 to 1.

              Highest Affordable Tuition is $57,000.

              This school offers a safe environment where students learn to co-exist with each other with purpose and understanding, providing an exceptional experience, providing the best teachers, reliable academic and extracurricular programs.

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              No. 9 Trinity Christian School

              This institution is a respected private Christian school in Fairfax, Virginia. Classes K–750 have 12 students, with 10 students per teacher.

              The tuition fee for the highest available category is $19,100.

              In addition, Trinity worked to influence children both mentally and emotionally.

              VISIT SCHOOL SITE

              #10. St. Catherine’s School

              Are you looking for a Christian girls’ school in Virginia for your child? This is the perfect school for you.

              St. Catherine’s is a prestigious episcopal school for girls in grades 3-12.

              This school ensures that they instill the spirit of leadership in girls. Also the teachers in this school are professionals in their various fields.

              Therefore providing better ways and methods for girls in school.

              They also work to increase the level of self-confidence that turns every girl into a brave, knowledgeable and self-confident lady.

              So if you want your daughter to have these values, this school might be the best option for you.

              This is one of the best Christian schools in Richmond, Virginia with a tuition of $30,750.

              VISIT SCHOOL SITE

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              What are the best Christian schools in Richmond, Virginia?

              Richmond, home to two excellent Catholic schools, is the city where you want your child to learn proper Christian values.

              These institutions are listed below, starting with Catholic schools.

              • St. Christopher’s School
              • Catherine School
              • Trinity Episcopal School
              • Veritas School
              • Providence Montessori Christian School

              What are the best Christian schools in Alexandria, Virginia?

              Alexandria is a great city of great minds, famous for its role in early Christianity.

              Here, without a doubt, morality comes first in terms of education and is ideal for a Christian child.

              Below are some of the Christian schools in the city.

              • Episcopal High School
              • St. Stephen and St. Agnes School
              • Brown Academy
              • Angliside Christian School
              • Bishop Ireton High School

              Fairaxnia State

              Are you looking for good Christian schools in Fairfax for your child?

              Here is a list of top 5 Christian schools that are best for your children.

              • Trinity Christian School
              • Paul Tree School
              • Saint Leo the Great Catholic School
              • Little Flock Christian School

              What are the best Christian schools in Chesapeake, Virginia?

              A great city with one of the largest estuaries in the world.

              This also did not leave behind the best Christian schools a child could attend.

              Below are some of the schools.

              • University Academy Veritas
              • Christian Academy Greenbrayer
              • The Christian Academy of the Great Bridge
              • Christian school of Mount Letzant
              • Christian Academy Sidar-Road
              • The best Christian schools in Charlotesville?

                This city is home to the University of Virginia and many Christian schools from PK to 12th grade.

                Check out some of the best Christian schools for your ward in Charlottesville, Virginia.

                • Covenant School
                • Community Christian Academy
                • St. Anne Belfield School
                • Charlottesville Catholic School
                • Peabody School

                Woodbridge State

                Do you live in Woodbridge and are you looking for good schools for your parish?

                Would you like to enroll your children in a Christian school in Woodbridge?

                Here are some Christian schools that may be the best for your children.

                • Christ Chapel Academy
                • Victory Christian Preschool & Academy
                • Evangelical Christian School
                • Cardinal Montessori School
                • Heritage Christian School

                What are the best Christian schools in Virginia, Virginia, ?

                Nicknamed Magic City, this town has many attractions and good Christian schools for your parish.

                These schools include:

                • Faith Christian School
                • Roanoke Valley Christian Schools
                • Bent Mountain Christian Academy
                • Royal Christian Academy
                • Roanoke Adventist Christian School

                Although not as popular as other cities in Virginia, this city has excellent schools where you can enroll your children.

                Here is a list of the best Christian schools in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

                • Christian school of Fredericksburg – preschool and primary school
                • Academy of the Holy Cross
                • Academy of Summit
                • Academy of Hop

                Christian universities in Virginia

                Here are the best Christian colleges and universities in Virujinia, looking for schools that are associated with their Christian religion and also demonstrate academic excellence.

                • Regent University

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                  Virginia pediki Virginia, VA

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                Ashburn is a census-designated place (CDP) in Loudoun County, Virginia. As of the 2010 US Census, it had a population of 43,511. [4] [7] It is 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Washington DC. and part of the Washington metropolitan area.

                Ashburn is a major internet traffic hub due to its many data centers. Andrew Bloom described it as “the bull’s-eye of the American Internet”. [8]

                Content

                • 1 History
                • 2 Geography
                  • 2.1 units
                • 3 Demography
                • 4 Economics
                  • 5.1 Federal
                • 6. Colleges and Universities
                • 6.2 Elementary and Secondary Schools
              • 7 Media
              • 8 Infrastructure
                • 8.1 Washington Metro
                • 8.2 Emergency services
              • 9 Famous people
              • 10 See also
              • 11 Recommendations
              • 12 External link

              History

              Ashburn was originally called FARMWELL (the names of the options include Stara Farm Farm and 9000 ) after the nearby mansion of the same name, owned by George Lee III. The name “Farmwell” first appeared in George Lee’s will in October 1802, and was used to describe the 1,236-acre (500 ha) plantation he inherited from his father, Thomas Ludwell Lee II. Part of Farmwell Plantation west of Ashburn Road, a 580-acre (230 ha) site, was purchased in 1841 as a summer home. John Jenny, a Quaker lawyer who nearly became Vice President of the United States. Jenny named the property Ashburn Farm; The first known appearance of the name in writing is in 1870, when he sold the property. He probably named the farm after family friends who were called “Ashburn”. [9]

              The Belmont Manor and Janelia are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [10]

              Geography

              Ashburn is located at 39°02′37″N. 077°29′15″W / 39.04361°N 77.48750°W / 39.04361; -77.48750 (39.0437192, −77.4874899) and its average elevation is 295 feet (90 m) above sea level. [1] According to the 2010 US Census, the CDP has a total area of ​​17. 287 square miles (44.77 km2). 2 ), of which 17.025 square miles (44.09 km 2 ) is land and 0.262 square miles (0.68 km 2 ) is water. [2] Ashburn is located between Washington Dulles International Airport and Leesburg, the county seat of Loudoun County.

              Subdivisions

              The Ashburn area consists of many major and minor subdivisions such as Ashbrook, Ashburn Farm, Ashburn Village, Courts and Ridges at Ashburn, Belmont Green, Belmont Country Club, Brambleton, Broadlands, Goose Creek Preserve, One Loudon , North and South Goose Creek Village and Wackspool Village.

          2019 5-year estimate [3]

          The US Census Bureau designates Ashburn as a census-designated place (CDP). As of the 2010 Census, the population of the CDP was 43,511 residents, 90,009 [4] 90,010 while the larger Postcode Tabulation Area (ZCTA) of Ashburn’s ZIP Code in 20147 had 54,086. [11]

          Many of its residents commute to Washington, DC and nearby suburbs such as Tysons Corner and Rest at Work. [12] The median household income in 2009 was $100,719. [13] The average age in Ashburn is 31.6 years. [13] Ashburn’s population is 49% male and 51% female. [13] The racial makeup of the CDP was White (71%), Asian Pacific Islander (14%), African American (8%), Hispanic (7%), and some other race (7%). [13] The total number of households in Ashburn was 22,555. [13] The average household size is 2.9person. [13] 98% of Ashburn’s residents have a college degree. [13] About 42 percent of Ashburn’s population has a four-year bachelor’s degree; [13] 18 percent have advanced degrees. [13]

          Homeowners made up 80 percent of the population. [13] In addition, tenants made up 13% of the population. [13] 7% of properties were available as vacancies. [13] The median age of housing was 5.0 years. [13] The average cost of a home is $345,000. [14]

          Economy

          Located in the Dulles Technology Corridor, Ashburn is home to many high-tech businesses. The Dulles World Trade Center is the second World Trade Center in the state. [15] Verizon Business is headquartered in Ashburn at an address replacing MCI WorldCom headquarters following its acquisition. [16] [17] Ashburn is also home to the government contractor Telos. [18]

          Ashburn is a major data center, thanks in large part to Equinix’s location there. [19] Other websites of the Wikimedia Foundation (Wikipedia’s parent) and Amazon Web Services include data centers there. [20] [21] [22] [23]

          AWS Data Center at Ashburn

          The George Washington University of Science and Technology campus in Virginia and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Campus with Janelia are located in Ashburn. Redskins Park, the training camp for the Washington Football Team of the National Football League, is also located in Ashburn. [24]

          EADS North America (European Air Defense and Space Company), renamed Airbus Group, Inc., a defense contractor led by former NASA administrator Sean O’Keeffe, has a second office in Ashburn in addition to the main office in Herndon, Virginia.

          Government

          Federal

          The National Transportation Safety Board operates the Ashburn Aviation field office in Ashburn; it is the regional headquarters for the NTSB Eastern Aviation Region. [25]

          Education

          Colleges and universities

          George Washington University and Strayer University have campuses in Ashburn. In December 2009, it was announced that George Mason University plans to create a campus in Ashburn to be located off Gate 6 of the Dalles Greenway. [26]

          Primary and secondary schools

          Main article: Loudoun County Public Schools

          Educational institutions in Ashburn are operated by Loudoun County Public Schools.

          Ashburn Elementary Schools include Ashburn Elementary School, Belmont Station Elementary School, Cedar Lane Elementary School, Creightons Corner Elementary School, Discovery Elementary School, Dominion Trail Elementary School, Hillside Elementary School, Heritage Elementary School, Mill Run Elementary School , Station Moorfield Elementary School, Newton-Lee School Elementary School, Rosa Lee Carter Elementary School, Sanders Corner Elementary School, Stuart W. Weller Elementary School, and Cycolin Creek Elementary School.

          Ashburn Public high schools include Eagle Ridge High School, Farmwell Station High School, Stone Hill High School, Brambleton High School and Trailside High School.

          Public schools in Ashburn include Briar Woods High School, Broad Run High School, Stone Bridge High School, daytime, Riverside High School, and Rock Ridge High School. [27]

          Six private schools in Ashburn: Ideal High School, St. Teresa Catholic School, Virginia Academy, Leport School, Loudoun Village Day School, and County Christian School.

          Media outlets

          Media outlets covering Ashburn include: Leesburg Today and Loudoun Times-Mirror .

          Infrastructure

          Washington Metro

          When the second phase of the Washington Silver Line Metro is completed, Ashburn will be served by two stations. After passing through Dulles Airport, the Silver Line will enter Ashburn in the middle of the road. 267 toll road. [28] Ashburn’s first stop will be Loudoun Gateway Station, with Ashburn Station serving as the terminus. The second phase of Silver Line is expected to open in 2021. [29]

          Emergency Services

          Ashburn Fire and Emergency Medical Services are provided by volunteers Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department and Loudun County Fire, Rescue and Emergency Department. AVFRD is an LCFR company and serves Ashburn with stations 6 and 22, which are located adjacent to Loudoun Hospital. LCFR operates Moorefield Station 23, a 24-hour station, the first in the county. The Ashburn area is served by the Inova Ashburn Healthplex Emergency Department at the corner of Dulles Greenway and Loudoun County Parkway, as well as Inova Loudoun Hospital, located less than 2 miles (3.2 km) from Ashburn in nearby Lansdowne, and larger hospitals in the suburbs and city ​​of Washington.

          Famous people

          • Jonathan Allen – Washington football team protective end
          • Ashley Koldwell – American FRISTIL Olympic skier
          • Taylor Clark – American professional baseball player 900
          • Nate Davis
          • jeanman
          • Trace McSorley – Baltimore Ravens Defender
          • Wilson Pickett – singer

          Kline, Nathaniel (August 28, 2020). “Silver Line Project Team Announces Phase 2 Completion Progress; Loudong County Executive Calls Statement Misleading.” Loudoun Times-Mirror. Retrieved November 8, 2020.

        • external link

          • Ashburn Guide
          • Ashburn’s History

          Quantico Marine Corps Base Quantico Marine Corps Base

          This 90 article is about the installation of the US Marine Corps. For the city of the same name, see Quantico, Virginia.

          “Quantico Station” redirects here. For the train station, see Quantico Station.

          Marine Corps Base Quantico (abbreviated as MCB Quantico ) is a United States Marine Corps installation located near Triangle, Virginia, covering almost 55,148 acres (86,169 sq mi) from southern Prince William County, Virginia, to the north of Stafford County and south – eastern county Fauquier. Used primarily for training purposes, the Quantico MCB is known as the “Crossroads of the Marine Corps”.

          Quantico Station is a census-designated place (CDP) in Prince William and Stafford counties in the U.S. state of Virginia, used by the Census Bureau to describe basic housing. The population at the 2010 census was 4,452.

          The US Marine Corps Warfare Development Command, which develops USMC warfare strategies, is based here and makes up the majority of a community of over 12,000 military and civilian personnel (including families). It has a budget of approximately $300 million and is home to the Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. The Marine Corps Research Center at Quantico is engaged in the research and development of equipment, especially telecommunications, for the Marine Corps. The Marine Brig, a military prison, was also located at Quantico until its closure on December 31, 2011 and subsequent demolition.

          The FBI Academy, the main research and training center for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the main training center for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) are also located on the base.

          In 2001, the base was designated as part of the Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District by the National Register of Historic Places. This area includes 122 buildings, two landscapes, a sculpture, and a water tower located in the main part of the base. In a contributing property with separate entrances, includes Tennessee Camp, Camp, French Quarters in Chief, and Rising Hill Camp.

          CONTENT

          • 1. History

            • 1.1 Before the creation of the naval base
            • 1.2 Creation of base
          • 2 Units and teams
          • 3 Tenant activities
          • 4 Geography
          • 5 Climate
          • 6 Demographics
          • 7 Education
          • 8 See also
          • 9 links
          • 10 External links

          History

          Before the creation of the naval base

          The Quantico base is located near the Potomac River. The area was originally settled by the Patowomaks (Algonquins) in the 16th century. It is assumed that the name “Quantico” came from an Indian term and was translated as “by the big stream.” Records indicate that European explorers first visited the area in the summer of 1608, with settlement beginning later that year.

          After the beginning of the 18th century, the area became popular due to the tobacco trade in the harbor of Aquia. Since travel on muddy roads was slow in those days, many villages sprang up along the river and its mouths. In addition, the area was a busy stopping point on north–south routes between New York and Florida.

          Early settlements and plantations took root in the plains bordering the Potomac. The hills west of the river remained virtually uninhabited until the early 18th century. Prince William County was organized in 1731 when “Quantico Road” was also opened. This road provided vital access from the western part of the county to the area. By 1759, the road extended over the Blue Ridge Mountains into the Shenandoah Valley.

          The first military presence in Quantico came during the American Revolutionary War, when the village of Quantico Creek became the main naval base for the 72-ship Virginia Commonwealth fleet, which served with many state militias.

          A Marine first visited the land in 1816 when a party of Marines on their way to Washington by ship was stopped when their ship was stopped by ice in the Potomac, forcing them to disembark and proceed to the city of Dumfries, Virginia. Here they met the young Captain Archibald Henderson, who lived nearby. A generous man, Henderson hired a wagon for them and sent them on their way.

          During the American Civil War, control of the Potomac became very important to the armies of both sides. The Allies chose the area of ​​Quantum Creek on the Potomac to set up the cannon battery. This allowed them to take full advantage of the few points where their artillery could reach anything on the water, thus deterring the Union from using the highway’s water. One of these locations included Shipping Point, the current location of Marine Corps Systems Command. The other site is Camp Tennessee, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

          Although fighting took place in Manassas, Virginia and Fredericksburg, Virginia, gun emplacements around Quantico were used until the end of the war. After a 12-day battle at the courthouse in Spotsylvania, where the Union lost about 25,000 soldiers, the war moved beyond the Quantico area.

          After the war, railroads became an integral part of transportation in Virginia. In 1872, the Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad was formed when several northern and southern railroads met at Quantico Creek. This railway still passes through the base and is used daily.

          The village became known as “Quantico” and was built by Quantico. This was the beginning of a thriving tourist and fishing town that would later be surrounded by Quantico Marine Corps Base.

          Establishment of the base

          Former MCB Quantico logo

          Prior to the establishment of the base, the land was owned by the city of Quantico. Around the start of the 20th century, Quantico was formed on Quantico Creek. By the early twentieth century, Quantico was advertised as a day trip for recreation. Quantico promoted the city as a tourist and sightseeing center and brought tourists from Washington and Richmond on the St. Johns and trains using the RF&P rail lines and a depot built at Quantico in 1872. A beach has been developed with changing rooms and buffets. In one week 19In 16, Quantico was visited by 2,600 visitors, who arrived by steamboat or train.

          By 1916, Quantico began to advertise Quantico as a “New Industrial City” and pushed industry to the area. At the same time, Quantico shipyards were established at Hospital Point (a site that used to be a Naval Medical Clinic but is now home to Marine Corps Systems Command) to build offshore cargo ships and oil tankers. With the growing tensions of the war in Europe, the construction of US Navy ships was a major source of income for the Quantico shipyards. While the city of Quantico at the beginning of the 19Growing rapidly as a fishing village, sightseeing center and shipbuilding center for 17 years, the city was not large or significant and suffered from many financial difficulties.

          Around the same time, Major General George Barnett, then commandant of the Marine Corps, sent out a board to look for possible locations for a new Marine base around Washington, DC.

          In 1917 Quantico Naval Barracks was established on the land currently occupied by the current base. The personnel of the naval barracks consisted of 91 private and four officers. During World War I, thousands of Marines were trained here. The General’s Command Quarters was built in 1920 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. By 1920, the Marine Corps School had been established, as Colonel Smedley Butler put it, “to make the post, and the entire Marine Corps, an excellent university.” These schools eventually developed into the modern Marine Corps University.Virtually all Marine Corps officers receive basic training here, as well as employ technicians from a wide variety of disciplines.At about the same time, a football team was created at the base as part of these schools, playing like a football team. college team until disbanded at 19In ’72, the team played against various NCAA Division I college teams, as well as teams from other military installations.

          The first Marine Air Wing was developed at Quantico, as was the Corps’ first helicopter squadron, Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1), the first helicopter squadron to provide rapid transportation for Presidents of the United States (“Marine One”). He continues this mission today.

          In 1934, the Naval Doctrine and special landing ships for the Second World War were developed here. These maritime amphibious techniques, developed in the years before World War II, made victory in the Pacific theater possible. Quantico has trained more than 15,000 officers in the US Marine Corps and other services in these techniques.

          In 1942, over 50,000 acres (20,000 ha) were purchased by the federal government and added to Quantico, making up what is now a base west of Interstate 95. The expansion was needed for additional and training grounds during World War II. wars.

          In 1987, the Marine Corps Development and Training Command here was changed to the Marine Corps Combat Development Command.

          On the night of March 21, 2013, a Marine opened fire, killing two other Marines, and then killed himself.

          In 2015, the base hosted the Warrior Games organized by the Ministry of Defense for the first time.

          Units and Commands

          Corps Combat Development Command is based here, which develops Marine combat strategies and makes up the majority of a community of over 12,000 military and civilian personnel (including families). It has a budget of approximately $300 million and is home to the Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. The Marine Corps Research Center at Quantico is engaged in the research and development of equipment, especially telecommunications, for the Marine Corps. The Marine Brig, a military prison, was formerly located in Quantico.

          The base was designated as part of the Quantico Marine Corps Base Historic District by the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. The area includes 122 buildings, two landscapes, sculpture, and a water tower located in the Mainside area of ​​the base. In a contributing property with separate entrances, includes Tennessee Camp, Camp, French Quarters in Chief, and Rising Hill Camp.

          Marine Combat Development Command and Marine Helicopter-1 HMX-1 are located here. HMX-1 was the first helicopter squadron to provide rapid transportation for U.S. presidents, a mission they continue to perform to this day.

          • Marine Embassy Security Team
          • Marine Corps Marathon
          • Marine Corps Combat Development Command

            • Marine Combat Laboratory
          • Marine Recruiting Team
          • Manpower and Reserve Division, Marine Corps Headquarters
          • Marine Systems Command
          • Marine Corps Training and Training Command

            • Basic school
            • Maritime Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) ​​Training Program
            • Marine Corps University
            • Officer Candidate School
          • Marine Corps Cyber ​​Operations Group
          • Regiment of Wounded Marines

          Leasing

          MCB Quantico Front Gate Marine Memorial

          The base is home to major training facilities for both the Marine Corps and federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies, including:

          • Defense Intelligence Agency
          • Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (Headquarters)
          • DEA Training Academy
          • FBI Academy, the main research and training center for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
          • FBI Hostage Rescue Team (HRT)
          • FBI Laboratory
          • Naval Raider Museum
          • Naval Criminal Investigation Service Headquarters, Army Central Criminal Investigation Division, Air Force Special Investigation Office Headquarters

          A replica of the US Marine Corps War Memorial depicting the second hoisting of the US flag on Iwo Jima stands at the entrance to the base. (The original memorial stands at the north end of Arlington National Cemetery.)

          Marine Corps Base Quantico and the Potomac River surround the city of Quantico. Access to the city is possible only through the base, Amtrak station or from the river.

          Geography

          Quantico Station is located at 38°30′07″N, 77°18′21″W / 38.501951°N 77.305962°W / 38.501951; -77.305962 (38.501951, −77.305962). According to the United States Census Bureau, the total area of ​​the CDP is 8.1 square miles (21.1 km 2 ), of which 7.2 square miles (18.5 km 2 ) is land and 1. 0 square miles mile (2.6 km 2 ). (12.27%) – water.

          The name “Quantico Station” is most commonly used for a train station in Quantico, Virginia where passengers use the Virginia Railroad Express.

          Climate

          Jan

          Climate data for Quantico
          Month Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep October Nov December year
          Medium High °F (°C) 44.5
          (6.9)
          45.8
          (7.7)
          55.6
          (13.1)
          66.4
          (19.1)
          76.2
          (24.6)
          83.3
          (28.5)
          87.3
          (30. 7)
          85.1
          (29.5)
          79.1
          (26.2)
          68.6
          (20.3)
          57.3
          (14.1)
          46
          (8)
          66.3
          (19.1)
          Medium Low °F (°C) 26.3
          (-3.2)
          26.6
          (-3.0)
          34.5
          (1.4)
          43.1
          (6.2)
          53
          (12)
          62.5
          (16.9)
          67.4
          (19.7)
          65.3
          (18.5)
          59
          (15)
          47.2
          (8.4)
          36.5
          (2.5)
          27.7
          (-2.4)
          45.7
          (7.6)
          Average rainfall in inches (mm) 2.9
          (74)
          2.6
          (66)
          3.2
          (81)
          2.9
          (74)
          3.1
          (79)
          3.5
          (89)
          3.8
          (97)
          4.3
          (110)
          3.1
          (79)
          2.8
          (71)
          2.5
          (64)
          2. 8
          (71)
          37.5
          (950)
          Source: Weatherbase

          Demographics

          As of the 2000 census, there were 6,571 people, 1,389 households, and 1,351 families residing in the CDP. The population density was 918.9 people per square mile (354.8/km2). There were 1,645 housing units with an average density of 230.0/sq mi (88.8/km 2 ). The racial makeup of the CDP was 73.25% White, 16.01% African American, 0.46% Native American, 2.15% Asian, 0.15% Pacific Islander, 3.91% from other races. and 4.08% from two or more races. Hispanics or Latinos of any race were 9.37% of the population.

          There were 1389 families, of which 77.2% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 91.3% were married couples living together, 4.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 2.7% were non-families. 2.1% of all households are made up of individuals, and none have a single person who is 65 years of age or older. The average household size is 3.57 and the average family size is 3.57.

          In the CDP, the population was spread out: 32.3% under the age of 18, 29.9% from 18 to 24, 35.5% from 25 to 44, 2.2% from 45 to 64, and 0. 1% age 65 or older. The average age was 22 years. For every 100 women, there were 158.6 men. For every 100 women aged 18 and over, there were 196.1 men.

          The median household income in the CDP was $41,429 and the median household income was $41,288. The median income for men was $24,478 compared to $20,676 for women. The per capita income for the CDP was $14,563. About 5.5% of families and 5.7% of the population were below the poverty line, including 7.1% of those under the age of 18 and none of those aged 65 or over.

          Education

          Department of Defense Educational Activities (DoDEA) operates two schools at the base.

          The 129,577-square-foot Crossroads Elementary School was scheduled to open in the spring of 2016. Its cost was 47 million dollars. It features a two-story media center and rooftop environmental science center, patio and garden. The facility uses natural light and heating from geothermal sources. In 2015, Star-Tribune described it as “cutting edge school design”. It replaced Ashurst, Burroughs and Russell elementary schools.

          Quantico High School is another establishment.

          School 1-8 opened in 1919, although high school students were required to attend a school in the District of Columbia or Fredericksburg and Occoquan in Virginia. In the 1930s, the high school program opened and in 1940 enrollment exceeded 300. The following year, the school was renamed Quantico Post School, with groundbreaking and opening of the new building on July 22 of that year and January 6 of the following year. Russell Elementary open at 1953 year.

          The University of Maryland Global Campus has a facility at MCB Quantico.

          See also

          • List of USMC facilities
          • Chopawamsik Island
          • Breckenridge Reservoir

          used literature

          • This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the United States Marine Corps.

          external links

          • MCB Quantico
          • website

          • National Museum of the Marine Corps
          • USMC Base Quantico Overview and PC Information (MarineCorpsUSA.org)

          National Register of Historic Places in Loudon County, Virginia

          This is a list of National Register of Historic Places listings in Loudon County, Virginia .

          This is supposed to be a complete listing of properties and areas on the National Register of Historic Places in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. The location of National Register facilities and areas for which latitude and longitude coordinates are shown below can be seen on the online map.

          908d67 Evergreen Mills. south of the junction with Red Hill Rd.
          38°59′20″N 77°33′44″W / 38.988889°N 77.562222°W / 38.988889; -77.562222 (Fleetwood Farm)

          870

          9087 .
          39°10′41″N 77°31′43″W / 39.177917°N 77.528611°W / 39.177917; -77.528611 (Temple Hall)

          9086 Unison Rd Parts.
          39°02′07″N 77°47′28″W / 39.035278°N 77.7°W / 39.035278; -77.7 (Unison Historic District)

          9086 More

          9086 images58, [7] making it the least populous city in Virginia. The Bureau of Economic Analysis combines the city of Norton with surrounding Wise County for statistical purposes.

          Content

          9000

          • 1 History
          • 2 Education
          • 3 Geography
            • 3.1 Main highways
          • 40020

          History

          The settlement was originally called “The Prince’s Apartment”, but in an effort to persuade the Louisville and Nashville Railroad [8] to build a depot there, the town was renamed in honor of current railroad chief Epstein Norton. Norton was on the Wilderness Trail laid out by Daniel Boone and was later mapped and settled by Christopher Gist. The settlement developed as a central hub for the timber trade until the coal boom of the 1830s and 40s. [9]

          The Norton Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [10]

          The small town was experiencing economic hardship and many of its residents were victims of the abuse of the opioid epidemic. From 2006 to 2012, Norton had the highest prescribing rate for opioid pills in the US. On average, Norton prescribed 306 opioid tablets per person (per adult and child) per year. [11]

          Education

          Norton City Schools the city’s school division operating John I. Burton High School and Norton Elementary and High School.

          Geography

          Norton is located at 36°56′12″N. 82°37′31″W / 36.5°N 82.625146°W / 36.5; -82.625146, along the Powell and Guest Rivers. The entire area of ​​Norton is within Wise County, but is not part of the county.

          According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of ​​7.5 square miles (19 km 2 ), virtually all of the land.

          Main lines

          • US 23
          • US 58 Alt. 9Pop.
          . 757

          .757.757.757.757.757.757.757.75EAL0852

          Aldi Mill Historic District

          More images west of Meetinghouse Lane.
          38°58′31″N 77°38′28″W / 38. 975278°N 77.641111°W / 38.975278; -77.641111 (Aldi Mill Historic District)

          Aldi
          2 Arcola Elementary School Bear Den, Rural Historic District May 14, 2009
          (#08001112 )
          Usually runs along both sides of the Golubny Ridge and Crow Roads
          39°06′32″N 77°50′54″W / 39.108889°N 77.848333°W / 39.108889; -77.848333 (Bear Den Rural Historic District)
          Bluemont
          7 Belmont

          10 Brod-Eran bridge and paid house April 17, 1970
          (#70000808) 2 ′49″N 77°25′59″W / 39.046944°N 77.433194 °W / 39.046944; -77.433194 (Broad Run Bridge and Toll House)
          Sterling
          11 Brown Koerner House Ebenezer Baptist Churches

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          39°03′30″N 77°48′42″W / 39. 058333°N 77.811667°W / 39.058333; -77.811667 (Ebenezer Baptist Churches)

          Bloomfield
          19 Ellwood
          22 Fleetwood Farm February 1, 1991
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          172 )

          Arcola
          23 Francis-Gulick Mill 9091 Download Image1901 Lincoln
          26 House of Amos Gudin June 12, 2017 (#100001081) 9086
          39°09′01″N 77°41′54″W / 39.150278°N 77.698333°W / 39.150278; -77.698333 (Amos Goodin House)
          Purcellville
          27 Goose Creek Historic District 082
          (#82001822 )
          Roughly bounded by Purcellville and Greggsville, Church of Harmony, Mount Gilead, North Fork, Sands, and Telegraph Springs streets.
          39°06′51″N 77°41′50″W / 39.114167°N 77.697222°W / 39.114167; -77.697222 (Goose Creek Historic District)
          Lincoln
          28 Goose Creek Meeting House Complex
          31 Hamilton Masonic Lodge December 9, 1999
          (#9907 1.

          )

          5 S. Rogers 43
          39°08′02″N 77°39′53″W / 39.133889°N 77.664861°W / 39.133889; -77.664861 (Hamilton Masonic Lodge)

          Hamilton
          32 Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

          0873
          40 Ketoktinsky Baptist Church May 22, 2003
          (#03000452)
          about 2 miles (3.2 km) to the North (3.2 Km) Rd. and Ketoctin Church Rd.
          39°09′27″N 77°44′56″W / 39.157500°N lat. 77.748889°W / 39.157500; -77.748889 (Ketoktin Baptist Church)
          Round Hill
          41 Leesburg Historic District February 26, 1970
          (#70000807 )
          U. S. State Route 17 original city area and intersection also roughly bounded by North and Union Sts., Morven Park Rd. and Harrison St.
          39°06′54″N 77°33′54″W / 39.115000°N lat. 77.565000°W / 39.115000; -77.565000 (Leesburg Historic District)
          48 General George K. Marshall House

          more images

          June 19, 1996
          (#96000972)
          217 EDWARDS.
          39°06′49″N 77°33′35″W / 39.113611°N 77.559722°W / 39.113611; -77.559722 (Gen. George C. Marshall House)
          Leesburg
          49 Middleburg Historic District

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          October 29, 1982
          (#82001823 )
          US Route 50 and Landmark School Plains and Roads.
          38°58′12″N 77°44′00″W / 38.970000°N 77.733333°W / 38. 970000; -77.7333333 (Historical District of Middleburg)
          Middlburg
          50 General William Mitchell House

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          Kindercare in renton: Renton II KinderCare | Daycare, Preschool & Early Education in Renton, WA

          Опубликовано: June 24, 2022 в 11:12 am

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          Daycare in Renton, WA for Ages 6 weeks to 12 years

          KinderCare has partnered with Renton families for more than 50 years to provide award-winning early education programs and high-quality childcare in Renton, WA.

          Whether you are looking for a preschool in Renton, a trusted part-time or full-time daycare provider, or educational before- or after-school programs, KinderCare offers fun and learning at an affordable price.

          1. Renton II KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 271-8980

            11010 SE Petrovitsky Rd
            Renton
            WA
            98055

            Distance from address: 2.80 miles

            Ages: 1 year to 5 years
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          2. Renton Highlands KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 271-0733

            1225 Anacortes Ave NE
            Renton
            WA
            98059

            Distance from address: 3. 02 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
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          3. Kennydale KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 228-8776

            1795 NE 44th St
            Renton
            WA
            98056

            Distance from address: 3.53 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
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          4. South Seattle KinderCare

            Phone:
            (206) 243-0780

            11626 Des Moines Memorial Dr S
            Seattle
            WA
            98168

            Distance from address: 4. 33 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
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          5. Petrovitsky KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 255-1211

            14725 SE Petrovitsky Rd
            Renton
            WA
            98058

            Distance from address: 4.41 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
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          6. Panther Lake KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 852-0947

            20845 108th Ave SE
            Kent
            WA
            98031

            Distance from address: 4. 80 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 9 years
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          7. Normandy Park KinderCare

            Phone:
            (206) 244-3069

            18020 Des Moines Memorial Dr S
            Seatac
            WA
            98148

            Distance from address: 5.84 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
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          8. Factoria KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 747-4267

            12415 SE 41st Pl
            Bellevue
            WA
            98006

            Distance from address: 6. 47 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 6 years
            Open:

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          9. Lakemont Academy

            Phone:
            (425) 564-8200

            5015 Lakemont Blvd SE
            Bellevue
            WA
            98006

            Distance from address: 6.83 miles

            Ages: 18 months to 6 years
            Open:

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          10. East Hill KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 854-7110

            10450 SE 253rd Pl
            Kent
            WA
            98030

            Distance from address: 7. 47 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 6 years
            Open:

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          11. Issaquah II KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 643-2917

            4341 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE
            Issaquah
            WA
            98027

            Distance from address: 7.97 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
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          12. Midway KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 941-8698

            25450 Pacific Hwy S
            Kent
            WA
            98032

            Distance from address: 8. 49 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
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          13. Covington KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 630-4461

            27050 174th Pl SE
            Covington
            WA
            98042

            Distance from address: 9.92 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
            Open:

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          14. Maple Valley KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 432-2855

            22040 SE Wax Rd
            Maple Valley
            WA
            98038

            Distance from address: 10. 08 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

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          15. Auburn KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 939-1833

            2916 Auburn Way N
            Auburn
            WA
            98002

            Distance from address: 10.34 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 12 years
            Open:

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          16. Redondo KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 941-5815

            28715 18th Ave S
            Federal Way
            WA
            98003

            Distance from address: 10. 57 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

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          17. Seattle KinderCare

            Phone:
            (206) 903-1103

            1827 8th Ave
            Seattle
            WA
            98101

            Distance from address: 10.65 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

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          18. Overlake KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 644-4686

            2060 152nd Ave NE
            Redmond
            WA
            98052

            Distance from address: 10. 75 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 6 years
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          19. Yarrow Bay KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 893-8888

            10733 Northup Way
            Bellevue
            WA
            98004

            Distance from address: 10.98 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 6 years
            Open:

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          20. Sammamish KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 837-5340

            22931 NE 4th St
            Sammamish
            WA
            98074

            Distance from address: 12. 36 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

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          21. First Avenue KinderCare

            Phone:
            (253) 927-5051

            32324 1st Ave S
            Federal Way
            WA
            98003

            Distance from address: 13.03 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

            Tuition & Openings

          22. Wallingford Seattle KinderCare

            Phone:
            (206) 633-9989

            400 NE 45th St
            Seattle
            WA
            98105

            Distance from address: 13. 32 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks to 5 years
            Open:

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          23. Redmond KinderCare

            Phone:
            (425) 869-2084

            6534 E Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
            Redmond
            WA
            98052

            Distance from address: 13.69 miles

            Ages: 6 weeks