Puzzle Piece Shortbread Cookies

Come out to Panera Bread and support Autism Society of North Carolina!! Today, April 23rd until Sunday, April 29th, you will be able to purchase delicious Puzzle Piece Shortbread Cookies at our local Panera Bread! The best part is that 100% of proceeds from each cookie...

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Is Slime Worth Your Time?

Is Slime Worth Your Time?

by: Krissy Weeks

     Unless you have been living under a rock for the last six months, you are aware of the newest tween and teen craze that’s sweeping the nation. Of course, I am talking about...

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Triple P

Partners In Learning Child Development and Family Resource Center is delighted to announce Triple P Positive Parenting Education services. Norma Honeycutt, Executive Director and Tonya Correll, Family Support Specialist are both accredited in providing these valuable...

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Trauma Training

Join us for a Trauma Training for Early Childhood Educators. Tuesday, January 31, 2017 6pm to 8pm at Partners in Learning at Catawba 2 Credit Hours for Educators Training provided by Jacque Millican and Greg Yousey with Nazareth Child and Family Connections. The training content will consist of...

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20th Anniversary Celebration

Partners in Learning is turning 20!!!!!!!!!!!! Join us for a fun-filled day on Saturday, October 15 beginning at 8:30am! This is an event you do not want to miss.

  • Petting Zoo
  • Color Run
  • Special Olympics Young Athletes (SOYA)
  • Time Capsule Reveal
  • Food
  • Bouncy Houses
  • Carnival Games
  • Disney Characters
  • Disabilities simulation
  • Special Recognition for all...

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My School Color Run

The Partners In Learning Child Development Center welcomes you to join us as we run, walk, and jog while raising funds for our organization! This fun run/walk is open to EVERYONE in the community and we encourage you to join us. The My School Color Run is an untimed fun...

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The Kid in the Middle

This is my grandson Peter. He is generally easygoing, flexible and able to entertain himself without much input from adults. Peter made a comment to me the Sunday that got me to thinking about birth order again. His older sister and her friend Erica...

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What about that quiet kid?

In any classroom dynamic you are sure to find at least one or two children who are highly demanding. These are often the children who demonstrate challenging classroom behaviors as a strategy for gaining adult attention. “Look at me. I’m standing on the table....

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Be the change & add a smile

Kid's are the sponges of the world and they listen to everything we say, but what about the things we don't say?. I find that it is much easier to tell someone about all the bad they have done, rather then acknowledging the good....

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Time Hop, Just Stop.

Time Hop, Just Stop. Everyday I log on to my Facebook account and the first thing that pops up is my Time Hop, or Facebook memories. Don’t get me wrong I love reminiscing about the good ole days when my babies, where actually babies and...

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Simplify This Summer

I am a married, working, mother of two little girls. I am a member of several boards in town. I volunteer. I go to all the fundraising events in town (well, almost). Both of my daughters are in dance. Every weekend it seems that...

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