Our main focus is to provide a strong early learning program to our youngest community members, six weeks through six years of age. Our faith-based learning program is designed to promote independence and confidence in children while instilling strong Christian values.
On December 10th, Rollins received the most amazing surprise and gift. Eight members of Leadership Bartow arrived at our center ready to donate their time, energy, love and knowledge to our center and our students.
The depth of their generosity knew no bounds, as the volunteers, Jeff Burney, Jeremy Morton, Serena Stevenson, Jake Simpson, John Hale, Ben Hanks, Fleurette Fitch, and Mike Olajubutu, assisted us in various ways. They prepared and sorted over 400 new library books for our school library. They also helped us prepare for our Christmas Play Performances by setting up over 100 chairs, the lighting and video camera, as well as supported our students through dress rehearsal. As a gift to the facility, they also donated balls, helmets and other physical games in support of physical activity.
In so many ways, these Leadership Bartow Volunteers set a stellar example for our students and provided us with the gift of their presence, time, love, talent and generosity. We cannot thank them enough, but we say a whole-hearted Rollins God-Bless!
This past Thursday, December 11th, Rollins celebrated its second annual Christmas Program. Numerous family members and friends enjoyed performances by staff and students, including a special visit by Santa Claus himself!
Following this joyful event, Santa joined our students and families for cookies, milk and a few candid photos. Below are some pictures from our wonderful holiday event. Check back later for even more pictures.
Handwashing is an important part of staying healthy and Rollins is always encouraging healthy habits. A S.T.E.M. project this past week helped encourage clean habits when parents, students and teachers experimented with a glowing gel that simulates germs on hands. After scrubbing their hands using water, soap and a paper towel, everyone got to see how many germs they washed away. This school-wide project was a success as we all said good-bye to all the germs trying to make us sick! Remember, we do many activities with our hands, so let's keep our community clean by scrubbing all those icky germs away multiple times a day!
Join our toddler class as they read and sing Dinosaur Pet by Neil Sedaka during a music class at Rollins Child Development Center.
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Cartersville, GA 30120