Message From Our CEO:
Message From Our CEO:
Our leadership team is committed to supporting the entire TLE family through this unpredictable time. Click here to view the latest message from our Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO, Richard Weissman.
TLE Updated Policies and Guidance:
We continue to monitor and adhere to all guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. government to ensure that we are taking all necessary preventative measures and acting on each directive that affects any TLE center. To view our latest policies and guidance around COVID-19, click here.
Temporary Center Closures:
As part of the COVID-19 mitigation efforts taking place across the country, we recognize that in certain communities our centers may need to temporarily close. We recognize the hardship that school closures can bring, and our ultimate goal is to return to our centers as soon as possible. To view a list of our temporary center closures, click here.
- View the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
During this uncertain time the health, safety, and well-being of our children, families, and staff is of paramount importance to us. As our centers continue to monitor the developments of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we understand that our children may be confused or feeling anxious about the changes they are experiencing in their families, communities and their schools.
Our curriculum team has created a Parent Resource Guide, a home-school connection piece that provides suggested activities as an extension of our curriculum, on what to do with your child to educate them on the importance of staying healthy and preventing the spread of germs. This resource guide includes additional activities you can do at home with your child to reinforce the curriculum, tips on basic hygiene practices, recommended books you can read with your children, and online resources for extracurricular activities that support a balance of playtime, downtime and family time.
Here are a few resources to help support you through this time:
- Health themed books to read with your children
- At-home educational activities to reinforce healthy habits
- Fun online activities that include distance learning lessons and virtual field trips
- Visit The Learning Experience Pinterest board for additional at-home learning practices
- Tips for keeping children engaged in healthy habits
As our community navigates what has become a global pandemic with COVID-19, we continue to work in support of our children, our families, our teachers and staff. In an effort to mitigate the loss of learning momentum, our curriculum team has created additional education resources that can be implemented at home.
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