‘Navigating Early Childhood’ Panel & Discussion at St. Anne’s School, January 21


On January 21st frp, 6-7pm a panel of distinguished professionals will discuss what children need during their formative years to be successful in school and in life; free child care will be available to families who reserve a space in advance for this adult education event at St. Anne’s Episcopal School from 6pm to 7pm. To learn more or to register for the panel visit www.stannesde.org or call (302) 378-3179 x321.

Speakers includes Dr. Priyanka Dixit-Patel, MD; Louise Howlett, M.Div, MFT; Lisa Bloomfield, M.Ed., Learning Facilitator, St. Anne’s Episcopal School; Sue DeCaro, PCI Certified Parent Coach® & Educator; and Erin Taylor, PCI Certified Parent Coach® & Educator; St. Anne’s Lower School Head Valerie White will moderate the panel. This skilled panel will discuss many aspects of early child development. Social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development as well as early learning skills are all needs to consider in preparing children for a successful future.
Tours of the school will be offered from 7:15-8:00pm. St. Anne’s goal is to provide an educational experience for each child that fosters a passion for discovery and exploration and guides them on a path to lifelong learning. The partnership between home and school is fundamental to these early years of wonder and exploration.

St. Anne’s Episcopal School is a co-ed independent day school for children Pre-school (age 3) through 8th grade (http://www.stannesde.org).

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