Today, Miss Brandi’s preschool 1 class and Mrs. Schatz preschool 2 class enjoyed a visit to the library. There was a very special guest reading to the preschoolers today…it was Principal Mrs. Tuttle-Huff! She read Oscar the Grouch!
Twice a month the children from our Early Childhood Education program’s early learning center, The Children’s Workshop, gets to go to the library, sign out a book and enjoy a story read by our former librarian, Betty Carter. The Children’s Workshop enrolls children newborn through age 5. The Children’s Workshop serves the community and our staff members. Anyone interested in enrolling a child in The Children’s Workshop should call 868-6300 extension 4548.
The student’s in the program are training to become Early Childhood Education teachers, social workers, and preschool teachers. The student’s use the Ohio Early Learning Content Standards to plan developmentally appropriate curriculum used to teach in each of the early learning classrooms. Teacher’s Mold the Future and the Early Childhood students learn quickly the powerful impact they have on children.
The children enjoyed hearing the story by Mrs. Tuttle-Huff but I wonder where she will show up next?
Miss Brandi's Preschool One class at Butler Tech held their Fall Literacy Day on Thursday, October 28th! Each student dressed as their favorite storybook character and brought in their corresponding children's book to share and read to their class!
All twelve preschool students participated! We had many different storybook characters: Lightining McQueen, Princess Tiana, Spongebob, Police Officer, Woody, Butterfly, Bullseye, Shark, Thomas the Train, Fancy Nancy, and a Fairy!
The children had a blast bringing their storybooks to life with their friends! The class then had a storybook character parade around the school where they received treats! All in all the day was a success, and the children got to take a unique look at storybooks and the characters in them!
D. Russel Lee Career Technology Center Principal Lisa Tuttle-Huff (pointing at the computer they repaired) was found today in our Information Technology program.
She’s taking advantage of the professional computer repair services that are available to the public in the student lab. Computer repairs and upgrades are just a phone call away.
Call (513) 868-6300 ex. 4545 for your appointment.
Where will principal Tuttle-Huff be found next?