Last week, La Casa staff and parents put on a fun Promotion Party for our preschool families. Congratulations to the students who are heading off to Kindergarten in the fall! Our talented preschool parent, Mr. Buggs, created a Western themed event complete with sunflowers, hay stacks and the perfect photo spot. Kids came dressed in their boots and hats ready to kick off summer!
La Casa was the lucky recipient of refurbished laptops from Southern California Edison! We are grateful for the help in putting together some much needed computer classes – thank you Edison!
A special Thank You to the Rotary Club of San Gabriel for hosting a Cinco de Mayo luncheon and fundraiser for La Casa! Our ramada was transformed for the party, delicious food was served and the preschoolers gave a wonderful performance.
Thanks to the hard working parents who held multiple fund-raisers, our preschoolers enjoyed the afternoon with a petting zoo – right here at La Casa!
All of us here at La Casa want to give a big THANK YOU to our outstanding teachers: Miss Bonnie (we already miss you), Miss Vicky, Miss Erika, Miss Arlene and Miss Dolores! We are truly grateful for all that you do to make our preschool such a special place.
Last week, after more than 20 years of teaching, Miss Bonnie retired from La Casa. We wish her the best for her new adventures!
Teacher Vicky and her son, Drew show off our preschool’s new t-shirts! A big thank you to the parents who raised the funds needed to provide our kids with something that shows their pride for La Casa.
Thanks to the Kinesiology Department at Occidental College, we are hosting a great “Physical Activity” workshop for parents of preschoolers. The program happens once a week and there will be lots of ideas on how to get your family active and healthy! Click on the flyer below for more details.
Local community leader, Alexis Salamanca worked with HOPE worldwide and Lifeway Church to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with their “Day on Hope” event at La Casa. Almost 150 volunteers donated their time to paint the outside of several buildings, clean up our landscaping and even fix electrical issues in our gym. We were fortunate to have a local artist, Amber Thompson Plummer, donate her time and skills to create a colorful mural that represents La Casa’s history and rich culture. Local organizations, businesses and individuals came together to donate the funds needed to provide the paint for this amazing piece of art that has transformed the outside of La Casa. A big THANK YOU to the artist, Amber Thompson Plummer and all the volunteers who made this happen! La Casa would also like to thank the organizations who contributed to the HOPE worldwide event: MR Electric,