Stamford, CT, June 7, 2019—The Italian Center of Stamford (IC) Education Station announced that its first preschool class graduated today.
The Education Station, which opened in September 2018, is a full-day, year-round play-based early childhood education center for infants through preschool age children.
“We are delighted to announce the Education Station’s first graduating class,” said Lauren Secko-Pagan, Director of the Education Station. “This has been an exciting first year for our students and I am filled with pride knowing that they are fully prepared to make the important transition to kindergarten.”
The graduating students sang songs, received their diplomas and shook Director Secko-Pagan’s hand.
“What a fantastic graduation celebration to end the inaugural year of the Education Station,” said Que La, parent of a 4-year old graduate. “We have been thrilled with the enrichment of our son through this first class educational facility. We will truly miss the wonderful teachers and friends that have provided us with such a great experience and strong foundation for our son’s future.”
Additional information is available at http://www.italiancenter.org/preschool-camps/preschool-education-station. Call Lauren Secko-Pagan at 203-322-6941, extension 115 for more information.
About The Italian Center of Stamford
The Italian Center of Stamford, Inc. is a membership based multi-faceted community club committed to providing its members and community with outstanding recreational and social experiences. The Italian Center of Stamford, Inc. strives to preserve and honor the Italian heritage, culture and traditions while welcoming all who share our values of family, recreation and community. We take pride in our rich history of supporting meaningful philanthropic endeavors to strengthen our community. We seek to provide exceptional education and enriching youth development.
The IC is a non-profit organization that gives back to the greater Stamford area through scholarships, senior lunches and other community service projects.
Phone: (203) 322-6941