Early Education Center
With the phased re-opening, as laid out by the state of North Carolina and the NC Department of Health and Human Services, Wesleyan's EEC was able to reopen its doors to a limited number of students beginning Monday, May 11.
Our teachers are grateful to have youngest learners back with us, and seeing their learning continue. And our parents, students and teachers have been amazing as we have implemented the new health screenings and safety protocols, as directed by the NCDHHS and the Guilford County Health Department.
Below is just one example of how our amazing Early Ed Center teachers brought school and learning to our students, while honoring our community workers throughout March, April and May 2020
- PRE-K3 Community Field Trip
- Firefighters, We Thank YOU!
- Paramedics, Military, & Anaesthesiologist, We Thank YOU!
- Nurses, We Thank YOU!
- Police Officers, We Thank YOU!!
- School Helpers, We Thank YOU!
- Teachers, We Thank YOU!
- Pastors, We Thank YOU!
- Maintenance & Janitorial Workers, We Thank YOU!
- Community Workers, We Thank You ALL!!
Below are just a few examples of the weeks of curriculum that we used when our Early Education Center was operating virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the governor's office announced the beginning of Phase I, we were able to transition back to an on-campus learning model, which is what we continue to do today. To view our Early Education Center page, click here.
To ask Mrs. Orman a question, please click here.
While this page serves specific communication needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we invite you to learn more about our Early Education Center program which serves children from age 6 weeks to PRE-K, To visit, please go to the Early Education Center page here.