Teacher Appreciation Week at the Boulder JCC Early Childhood Center

Monday, May 6 starts the week-long celebration of our teachers at the Boulder JCC for Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to show teachers how much their dedication, creativity, kindness, and hard work are appreciated at the Jay and Rose Phillips Early Childhood Center at the Boulder JCC.

To help celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, our school admins and parents are hosting daily events in support of the educators we have at the ECC. Together between meals, gift cards, flowers, and plants, our educators will be celebrated and appreciated to showcase how amazing and grateful we are for them. 

“The educators at the school are the most compassionate, knowledgeable, skilled, and professional group of individuals that I have the pleasure of working with every day” Susie Valdez, the Senior Director of Early Childhood Education, exclaims, “they work with children from infancy through kindergarten, who are at the most influential time of their lives. Our teachers create an environment where children feel safe and loved, and are provided with experiences that build their thinking skills and each child’s social development, creating long-lasting friendships.” Teachers at the ECC create time for children to wonder, explore, and research their ideas and even partner with the parents to engage them in the life of the school and their child’s Jewish journey.

Teacher Appreciation Week is important to recognize our teachers’ significant contributions to our children’s lives. Please join us in honoring the teachers of the Boulder JCC and showing our gratitude by celebrating them and supporting them for their vital work for the future of our kids.

If you’re interested in enrolling your child or learning more about the Jay and Rose Phillips Early Childhood Center at the Boulder JCC, please visit the website for more information about the ECC

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