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    Weekday Nursery School celebrates its 60th year

    Weekday Nursery School (WNS) will be opening its doors this September for its 60th year in operation.

    The nursery school was founded in 1958 by the pastor of Morrisville Presbyterian Church as an outreach ministry to the community.

    The school has educated thousands of area children over the years.

    Education is a lifelong process, and WNS believes that preschool is the first step in a cooperative learning effort between family and school.

    Their mission is to nurture young minds, build confidence, and stimulate curiosity of the world around them.

    Each child is a unique and important person.

    There is much to be learned during children’s work time, which is their playtime.

    Successful experiences enhance learning and build confidence.

    Children thrive when presented with age appropriate developmental activities and learn best when they proceed at their own pace with flexibility within a structured environment.

    The atmosphere is warm and loving with an extended family feel.

    They provide a cheerful environment, safe modern playground equipment, hands-on activities, music and movement, and exciting field trips to provide happy meaningful experiences for your child.

    They are licensed by the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Board of Private Academic Schools and all their teachers are certified in the state of Pennsylvania.

    WNS offers classes for their youngest students at two years seven months through the age of five.

    There are a variety of class options with weekly lunch and clubhouse additions available.

    For information about availability call 215-356-3525 or for additional information go to their website at mpcweekdaynurseryschool.com or on Facebook @WeekdayNurserySchool.

     

    PHOTO CAP: Some four-year-old WNS students doing yoga with Joanie Layden.