Monthly Archives: November 2014

Shop with Compassion This Holiday

Yes, Black Friday is only 3 days away. I’m sure that many of you are checking the stores now to see what items will be on sale and what time the stores open. Wouldn’t it be great to avoid the … Continue reading

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Vatican To Hold Premiere Autism Conference This Week

The Vatican’s first ever conference on autism, “The Person with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Animating Hope,” is being held this week. Pope Francis has established the conference in the hopes of ending the stigma of autism and the isolation of those … Continue reading

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Operation Warm Coat Came to Erie

Brrr … it’s 14 degrees in Erie with a -2 wind chill. Three feet of snow is predicted, but the storm has stayed over the lake.  Thanks to the generosity of PNC Grow Up Great, sixty BNI preschoolers have winter … Continue reading

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ELBS Student Wins State-wide Art Contest

I am pleased to announce that ELBS student Todd Harvey was selected as a winner of the statewide art contest for artists with disabilities, Art: The Universal Language.   He won first place in the acrylic medium for students ages 12 … Continue reading

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Happy Veterans Day!

The faculty and students at ELBS say THANK YOU to our veterans.

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The Importance of Early Childhood Education

I had a great opportunity last week to attend the PNC Grow Up Great Advisory Council meeting. It’s hard to believe that PNC Grow Up Great is celebrating its 10th anniversary of programming. I wanted to share with you some … Continue reading

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Did You Vote Today?

Ryan and I were at the polls by 7:15 a.m. voting for our “favorite” candidates. Since he began voting at 18, I have stressed its importance to him. Typically we discuss the candidates a week prior to Election Day, identifying … Continue reading

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