Category: community

Welcome back!

Is it fair to say that we have all (happy) ugly cried at least once these past few days? We know we have!  How incredible it feels to be back in school! To think that it’s been close to five months since we’ve cared for children, welcomed you all in the morning and laughed and explored together–since we… 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 »

Pine Village Preschool Goes to Mexico!

This past June, Brid Martin, Marina Ituarte, Peggy Kuhs and I, Emma Lavecchia, had the incredible opportunity to travel to Mexico and represent Pine Village Preschool at two amazing events.  The spirit of our visit was centered on the work we do around Social Emotional Learning in early childhood, and sharing the methods we use… Read more »

Pine Village and Walk for Hunger: Project Bread

1 in 10 households and 1 in 8 children here in MA do not have enough food to eat. This has long term implications for the health and future of our communities. Project Bread is a statewide anti-hunger nonprofit working to end hunger throughout the state. Project Bread meets people where they are – in… Read more »

Juntos Exploramos: Exploring Culture Within Our City!

Our school-aged summer program is back this year, and we can’t wait to have you join us! Program Features: weekly field trips on public transit, water play in sprinklers, outdoor picnics, independent and group projects, afternoon enrichment classes, journaling –TODO EN ESPAÑOL! 8 one-week sessions (July and August) PVP Locations: Brighton, Kendall Sq, JP Revere… Read more »

Proud Member of the Kendall Square Association!

We are honored to be the Member Spotlight organization for the Kendall Square Association this month. The KSA is a fantastic organization that was formed in 2008 by a group of committed individuals representing 37 Kendall Square organizations who are devoted to improving, promoting and protecting Kendall Square. The changes in Kendall Square have been… Read more »

It Takes A Village

Yes, the whole “It Takes A Village” thing is cliche, but this week I am truly living that statement and reminded that cliches exist because, well, they’re often true.  It’s hard to go far in the parenting literature without coming across an article about the differences in how U.S. parents raise their (our) children now… Read more »