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School Age Summer Camp Calendar

JUNE 2013 School Aged Summer Camp Schedule JULY 1 – 19, 2013 Summer Camp Schedule July 22 – Aug 2, 2013 August 5th-15th summer camp

Happy Holiday’s from our families to your families!

Tree Top Academy to remain open on Friday, 10/26.

Tree Top Academy to Remain open Thursday, 10/25, and Friday (subject to forecast updates)

We will remain open Thursday and will provide early elementary school pickup for our aftercare program on Thursday.  We are currently scheduled to remain open on Friday but we will continue to monitor the weather and may decide to close … Continue reading

Tree Top Academy will resume our normal hours beginning Wednesday 8/29.

Tree Top will be OPEN on Tuesday 8/28. We will have special aftercare hours (Click for details)

Tree Top Academy will be open for our normal schedule on Tuesday 8/28.  We will be able to accommodate school aged children enrolled in our aftercare program only beginning at 8am.  Due to staff management issues if you decide to … Continue reading

Parenting Seminars May 12th and 19th at the Jupiter Library (click here for details) May 12, 2012 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Jupiter Library Triple P Seminars are sponsored by Children’s Services Council and are free for all parents and caregivers. Boost Your Child’s Confidence and Competence! Do you want to… • Encourage … Continue reading

“Einstein Never Used Flash Cards”

The book by Kathy Hirsh-Pasek Ph.D. , Roberta Michnick Golinkoff and Diane Eyer that bears the same title as this Blog entry has received great reviews for its insights into early childhood learning.  It is a book that cites a great deal of research that I found … Continue reading

Summer Camp 2012!

We have another fun, active and educational Summer Camp planned at Tree Top Academy.  We are offering two main programs, one for preschool aged children and one for school aged children. Our school aged camp runs 5 days per week … Continue reading

Brain Rules for Babies

I have read some very interesting and informative books on early childhood development, education and parenting over that past few years (and some not so helpful).  One of the more interesting and entertaining books was “Brain Rules for Babies” by … Continue reading