Category: children

2022 Spring Virtual Info Sessions

The upcoming school year will be here before you know it and we want to make sure you have every opportunity to learn all about our Spanish Immersion preschool programs throughout the Boston area. We’ve put together a full schedule of events in our 10 locations so you can get the information you need! Join… Read more »

School Highlight: Newton Highlands Pine Village Preschool

Here at Pine Village, all of our community schools are unique and special. Today we are shining a spotlight on our Pine Village Newton Highlands Preschool location, which opened just a few years ago in 2018. Located at 54 Lincoln St, we are located in the historic Newton Highland Congregational Church, in the center of… Read more »

Our Partnership with Community Therapeutic Day School

From the very beginning of Pine Village Preschool’s existence, we have placed a very large emphasis on social and emotional growth and learning–-two of our four core values are Love and Laughter. As part of that, we put many practices into place on a daily basis to help our children understand and manage their emotions… Read more »

Alumni Spotlight: One Student’s journey from a preschooler at Pine Village to coming back as a summer job

We love to stay in touch with all of our students and it’s especially easy when your mom works at the school! This summer, we are lucky enough to have Pine Village alum, Lucy Doyle back at the school working with us this summer along side her Mom, Jen Doyle, Senior Director, Communications and Enrollment…. Read more »

Top 5 Preschool Food Surprises (Guest post by Sproot Founder Katherine Shamraj)

There’s a lot of focus on eating this week, so we thought it was the perfect time to bring you this guest post from Katherine Shamraj, the founder of PVP partner organization, Sproot. Nothing can prepare you for the challenges of feeding a preschool-aged child–not even feeding another preschool-aged child! Each child is so different,… Read more »

Lockdown

James (2), watching for helicoptersoutside our window So, apparently, I spoke too soon. Remember last week how I said my family wasn’t directly affected by the events of the week? On Friday morning we woke up to a phone call at 6:08 a.m. Early morning phone calls are rarely good, and my heart was pounding… Read more »