During the next few weeks we will be posting stories of Advocacy for Camosun’s ELC program. Today’s story come from Rhonda at Lambrick Park Preschool.
Hello ELC supporters.
Today, the preschool children and educators at Lambrick Park Preschool & Childcare delivered a very special letter to the Chair of the Camosun Board of Governors.
The attachments show the envelope the letter was secured in.
The envelope contained over 35, 17 inch paper eggs that had been marble painted with pastel paint by the children and educators at our preschool and our current Camosun practicum student.
The letter explained that the children had made and given magical eggs to the Board of Governors. The eggs were to help them all remember to listen, cooperate and share because that is what we learn at preschool. The letter explained that working together was awesome because “everything is awesome when you’re part of a team.” It explained that the children and educators wanted Camosun to keep its 2 year ELC diploma program just as it is now so that it can continue to provide quality educators for our programs, families and children, maintain professionalism in our field and so we can continue to support and be proud of Camosun College.
We asked the Board of Governors to take good care of our beautiful eggs.
We wrote the letter on manilla paper with a purple, grape smelling Mr. Sketch felt.
The children made their own envelope and decorated it with a handmade flower and stickers. The envelope was approximately 2 feet by 2 1/2 feet large.
I was honored to hand deliver the special package to the college this afternoon.
Those of you who are fortunate to spend your day working with small children, we encourage you to ask your children to create some special pieces of art and with their permission, send them to the college next week.
When we all work together, we can create something awesome. (have you seen the Lego movie??!)
Yours in child care,
Proudly AKA Teacher Rhonda