5 Reasons to Join the Board of
Children’s Space: Burlington
Be A Part Of History In The Making: BCS has been a community cornerstone for 25 years, offering
’s only tuition sliding scale and creating unique partnerships with Head Start, EEE, and the HowardCenter for Early Childhood Mental Health to meet the diverse needs of families. Chittenden County
Support The Arts: BCS actively promotes children as active participants in a vibrant arts community through exhibits of children’s art work, photographs, and documentation.
Be an Innovator: BCS has adopted a progressive philosophy of education from Reggio
focusing on the unique potential of each child where teachers, children, and parents work together to develop curriculum. This summer BCS breaks ground on a new playground, designed by children, their families and community members. Emilia, Italy
Combat Childhood Hunger: BCS is part of an innovative pilot program encouraging child care programs’ participation in a federally funded food program. BCS serves 600 healthy meals and snacks per week, works with local farms and producers, maintains a community garden, hosts bimonthly family dinners, and supports a food blog ( bcslunchlady.blogspot.com).
Feel Important: The skills and commitment of Board members provide critical support for BCS’s ability to provide a 5 star, NAEYC accredited program, raise over $250,000 in grants and donations, nurture 50 children and their families, and advocate on behalf of young children. It could not be done without you!
Find out more at the
Second Annual Board Mixer / Garden Party
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Home of Pamela Moreau – Board President
RSVP 802 658-1500 Ext. 13