Press Releases

Christ Church Nursery School Celebrates the Start of the New School Year

The doors are open at Christ Church Nursery School! 

CCNS has started the year with many new and returning students, some thrilled to see familiar faces, some apprehensive about the transition and many feeling a little bit of both.  The classes are bursting with joyful sounds as the children get introduced to new classmates, new teachers, new activities and new routines.  Always an exciting time of year, this fall is especially charged as CCNS introduces new, longer schedules in several of their classrooms and prepares to celebrate its 55th anniversary. 

The Drop In Center of CCNS, a flexible scheduling program for children 6 months to 5 years old, has also opened and is accepting new students.  The Drop In Center is open 7:30am to 4:30pm following the CCNS calendar.

For more information, go to www.christchurchnurseryschool.org.

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Dear Editor:

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