Yesterday, we celebrated Finley’s sixth birthday (and our sixth anniversary) with a special celebration in the PIT complete with a birthday cake, songs, and the opening of presents! Thank you to all of our Generation Next families who helped celebrate with our favorite firefly! Check out our Facebook page for even more photos of Finley’s festivities!
Posted on November 13, 2013 by admin.
This Halloween, our Johnston Senior 3 class went trick-or-treating at McAuley Terrace. Thank you to all of our Generation Next family who made this Halloween one to remember! We were delighted to see you dress up and cheer at our special pep rally in all of your fantastic costumes!
Posted on November 07, 2013 by admin.
Thursday, October 31st, we will have a special pep rally starring all of you! Be sure to wear your costumes as we celebrate Halloween with finger play, songs, and even gifts like glow-in-the-dark Halloween cups! We can’t wait to see all of your costumes, from the pretty princesses to the heroic superheroes and everything in-between!
Posted on October 28, 2013 by admin.
A reminder that Butter Braid order forms and payments will be due Monday, October 21st. Thank you to all of the families and friends of Generation Next who are helping us raise money to provide continuing education for our staff!
Posted on October 16, 2013 by admin.
We are very excited to announce that on October 20th, from 6-7:30 p.m, all parents and teachers of Generation Next will have the opportunity to hear Dr. John Rosemond, author and psychologist, speak and answer questions. Dr. Rosemond is a best-selling author of books on parenting, including The Six-Point Plan for Raising Happy, Healthy Children, a book we are currently offering for fifteen dollars each. In this book, Dr. Rosemond offers practical advice in six easy bullet points on how to be successful parents:
- The secret to raising happy, successful children is to give more attention to your marriage than you give to your child.
- The clue to proper parenting is to be both authoritatively loving and lovingly authoritative.
- Our job as parents it to socialize our children.
- Frustration isn’t necessarily bad for children.
- Children need forms of play and exercise that require imagination, initiative, creativity, intelligence, resourcefulness, and self-reliance.
- Television, computers, and video games are constantly blinking, tasteless, odor free counterfeits of the real world.
This seminar will be without any extra cost to you. So be sure to get a sitter, because this will be one amazing, fun, and educational night!
Posted on September 12, 2013 by admin.