Children's Community School Hosting Open House Saturday

Prospective parents will enjoy a short musical performance by students, chat with some alumni, meet current CCS parents and get questions answered by CCS Director Neal Wrightson.

The follwing press release is from Children's Community School at 14702 Sylvan St. in Van Nuys, which is hosting an open house on Saturday:

The Open House for Prospective Parents gives parents a comprehensive view of Children’s Community School’s curriculum by hearing directly from the teachers about what is happening in their classrooms. In addition parents enjoy a short musical performance by CCS’ oldest students, chat with some alumni, meet current CCS parents and get all their questions answered by CCS Director Neal Wrightson.

The event begins at 9:30 a.m. promptly in the school’s auditorium and is for adults only. Street parking is available. Additionally, CCS offers weekly tours on Wednesday mornings that supplement the Open House with a look at the classrooms in action.

Applications for the 2013-2014 school year are due by January 25, 2013 and are available at the CCS website: www.ccsteaches.org

Please RSVP for the Open House or a tour by contacting Berta DeLeon at berta@ccsteaches.org.

About CCS: Children’s Community School’s is an independent progressive k-6 school that prepares children for citizenship in a democracy. We believe that children, just like adults, learn best when they are active participants in the world around them. While the curriculum is designed to help children reach their academic potential, we also address the varying learning styles of all of our students to create an environment that challenges every learner. A CCS education produces self-motivated students who develop a lifelong desire to learn and question, an appreciation for the value of friendship, a strong personal relationship with the school, and the commitment to be of service to others. At CCS, we cultivate leaders who meet the complexities of a changing world with confidence, competence, and good character.


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