JRC Learning Center is delivering activities to the children...
JRC Learning Center has been busy during COVID-19 Pandemic with the teachers traveling to their students' homes delivering “Learning Bags” to communicate with them while teaching them special activities to complete in their packets.
Miss Victoria said “It was all good. Everyone was grateful we came and the ones we did not get to see we left their “Learning Bags” at their doors. Ian’s mom was happy to see us and also Isaiah’s mom was pleasantly surprised we made the trip. Mi’ Jai’s mom let us know that Malyck is now in first grade. Kaiden’s dad was so glad he was able to talk to us because he wanted advice on how to teach Kaiden and if I could send him resources. Some of the kids had to run out and hug us. Jayden made us cry and Kaiden almost started to cry.” The emotional attachment with JRC teachers and students is so special and heartfelt…
As the preschool teachers taped their “Flat Teacher” to the bus door, so that all of the preschool teachers could go on the trip to visit their students (even though not all of the preschool teachers could actually physically go.) The Flat Teachers pictured are Ms. Courtney, Ms Victoria, Ms. Angel, Ms.Amiesha, Ms. Alyssa and Ms. Kaylee. What a way to have the teachers at JRC all travel to students during the pandemic!
Ms. Kittie and Ms. Alexis planned many fun activities for the children in the morning like cutting superhero masks, making fruit-loop necklaces, exploring playdoh and slim, mini-bowling painting, sticker/stamp pad art, and enjoying the amazing water table on the JRC EHS playground. They have been contacting parents weekly for their needs and have explained the “Learning Bags”.
JRC Learning Center goes above and beyond for their students even during a pandemic….
JRC Adult Day Center delivering delicious healthy meals and activities to their senior members!
JRC Adult Day Center has been doing many special things during the COVID-19 Pandemic for their members.
It all began with delivering delicious healthy meals daily to the JRC members.
Included with their meals were “Activity Bags” with activites such as craft projects, exercise challenges with word of the day, bingo, word games, and sing-alongs. One special craft project included were hearts for the seniors to cut out and hang in their windows to display love for themselves, JRC’s love for them and love for their families and caregivers during this pandemic…
JRC Adult Day Center values their members and “go that extra mile” to be sure they are healthy, safe and happy. The staff were accessing each member upon daily delivery to make sure the seniors were OK in every way….