NEWS & EVENTS
Check out what's been happening at First Congregational Church Nursery School!
On Thursday, May 20th, our amazing staff got together to celebrate the end of the school year. And this photo was just too good not to share! We raise a glass to you ladies -- thank you for all that you do for FCCNS.
Our students are creating spring-inspired masterpieces for the annual Messy Art Show, organized by our beloved art teacher, Mrs. Pellenberg!
SIPS FOR SCHOLARSHIP
Thanks for joining us at The Mather Homestead in support of The Virginia Scholarship Fund. It is so important that we make FCCNS accessible to all in our community.
100 dots, 100 dinosaurs, 100 days of school! The Pre-K celebrates this big milestone with a delicious, 100th Day Snack!
Many of our little students participated in our Valentine's Day Workshop. A fun day filled with lots of festive crafts, cookies and feeling the LOVE!
While our favorite "reindeer" wasn't able to visit us this year, our students got all sorts of holiday craft-y during our annual Christmas Workshops.
FCCNS families donated so many toys for Toys for Tots's Toy Drive throughout the month of December. Thank you for giving so generously to those in need this holiday season.
The Book Fair is back...albeit it virtually! Order by 12/18 to receive books in time for the holidays. And 30% of sales proceeds will go to FCCNS! Check out your teachers "wish list!
Thanks to all our FCCNS families who donated money for our annual holiday Dove Box program. Your contributions will help feed families in need this holiday season.
P2P FOOD COLLECTION
FCCNS families donated lots of food to support Person to Person and the Open Door Shelter during the week of Nov 16th. Thank you for helping those who are in need!
Thanksgiving celebrations were aplenty in the classrooms this week. Students made all sorts of turkey crafts and gave thanks for the many things they are so grateful for.
VISIT TO MATHER HOMESTEAD
The Pre-K class visited the Mather Homestead on Monday, Nov 9th. Students learned all about the Homestead, went on a scavenger hunt and made popsicle stick soldiers!