PM EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
Welcome to Pere Marquette Early Childhood Center located at:
1115 S. Madison in beautiful Ludington, MIchigan.
Our mission is to cultivate child centered, play-based environments that support the whole child. This includes nurturing children's critical thinking skills, developing positive self-concepts and facilitating independence and social development, all of which build the foundation for life long learning.
Our vision is to provide high quality early childhood experiences for children.
Pere Marquette Early Childhood Center Points of Pride
- All staff First Aid and CPR Certified
- Early Foundations Literacy Program
- Great Start Playgroups
- Professional Development for All Staff
- Parent Involvement and Volunteers
- Parent Conferences
- Certified Teachers and Staff
- Licensed Facility
- Connect 4 Learning Curriculum
October 8 & 9 - Picture Days
October 16 & 17 - PMECC in Session Full Day
October 24 - Family Night @ 5:30 p.m.
November 5 - PMECC in Session Full Day
November 18 - Picture Re-Take
November 25 - Evening Conferences
November 26 - 1/2 Day A.M. Students Attend
November 27 - 1/2 Day P.M. Students Attend
November 28 - No School - Thanksgiving
December 23 - January 2 - No School for Holiday Break
January 30 - PMECC in Session Full Day
March 4 - PMECC in Session Full Day
March 5 - PMECC in Session Full Day
March 11 - Conferences (4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.)
March 12 - Conferences (4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.)
March 13 - Conferences (10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
March 30 - April 6 - No School for Spring Break
April 6 - No School
April 13 - PMECC in Session Full Day
April 14 - PMECC in Session Full Day
May 14 - Tent. GSRP Last Day
May 25 - No School for Memorial Day
May 28 - LAS Last Day
End of the Day Pick Up Procedures
Our dismissal time is 11:05 a.m. & 3:12 p.m. We ask that you not arrive before 11:05 a.m. or 3:12 a.m. and that you wait on the assigned benches for your child. Part of our educational program is their outdoor education with peers. If they miss this time due to parents coming early, they are losing out on this experience. Also, if parents are here before the students are packed up and dressed for home it is a disruption to the flow of these procedures. Thank you for your support as we strive to provide the best education possible.
Building Director Newsletters:
STEM Night Success
We had 100 participants register to attend our family STEM night! The evening was designed to support our focus on math and science this year. The families were given a hand out explaining each activity in each room and were free to go to the classrooms in any order and for how long they wished. There was staff support in each classroom. The families participated in a pumpkin magic and color changing milk activity, measured out a snack mix, explored with magnets, created electricity( using a battery, wire, and light bulb), explored ramps, and took a marshmallow/gumdrop building challenge. We hope the evening created some excitement for families to collaborate in learning Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Thank you to everyone who made this event a success! Check out a few photos from the night below!
|‹ January 2020 ›|