We started attending their 2 year-old program with parent and ended up with the present 3 year-old program without the parent. The teachers are awsome: warm, supportive, communicative and flexible. The write-up you get of what is being covered in the next month is like nothing I have ever seen in other programs. Also, before the children are dismissed, you get an overview of what they have covered that day. My son comes from an English speaking home even though I am bilingual. We are getting far more from the school than we would have hoped for. He is learning the language thru stories, poems, songs, art and other projects. He is learning not just the language but also the culture. There is special attention given to the holidays honored by Poles, which would include the christian holidays as well as the days honoring the grandparents and the mother, etc. The program is not just sitting but also dancing. Our son started eating more solids because of the personal attention given to him, while being in the presents of other children doing the same. This year, they will be offering a more extended program for the working parents, which is supposed to offer warm meals and have an outside play area. We will continue with them as long as we can. We currently attend the program once a week but would love to do it at least twice a week. Their program is Monday-Saturday. Highly recommend them.
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I, too, attended Trumbull. I believe I went to school there from 1967-1970 when I graduated. I also had Mr. Delean for science. I remember one day while sitting in his class, not paying attention, he called on me to answer a question and I couldn't answer it. He told me to "Go back to sleep Knapp". I think he said that to me because my last was Knapp. Needless to say I paid attention from then on. My younger sister had Mr. Koob for her teacher. He was her favorite also. Do you remember Mr. Chernoff? He taught U.S. History(?). I thought he was a good teacher and I think most of the students in the school had the Carol Channing look-a-like teacher for 8th grade. I remember the wind tunnel.I was afraid to go in there. (Silly I was back then.LOL) For the short period of time that I was there, I have no bad memories of my time there. Ironically, several years later, my oldest daughter went there for special education classes for one school year. When I had to attend a parent-teacher conference there, I was amazed at how small the school was and I think Mr. Koob was principal at the time. Yes, I had some pretty good memories from there.