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The vision of White Birch Center is to enrich life and strengthen community.

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The mission of White Birch Center is to be a community leader in providing exceptional programs and services that support learning and active living for children, adults, and families.

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Kickstart Classroom Has Started Swim Lessons

June 27, 2022

 

 

Kickstart’s first week of summer camp was a success! For the first time our Kickstart Summer Camp program was able to offer swim lessons instructed at the YMCA in Concord, NH. The Aquatics Director, Mr. Alec and an additional instructor, Mr. Leon were exceptional at teaching our young learners this life skill. Both instructors were patient and kind and allowed for individual children to determine their own level of comfort with and around the water.

While White Birch has worked tirelessly to prepare these children for kindergarten, these lessons have prepared them to have fun in the water while being safe and following the rules.

Each child left their last swim lesson with a report card for families to review and to use as a resource if they choose to sign their child up for additional lessons.

With increased confidence across the board, these almost kindergarteners found a sense of accomplishment and pride as they navigated these waters.

 

 

Lincoln Brook Trail Hike 

June 22nd, 2022

On Wednesday, June 22, a group of enthusiastic White Birch hikers took to the Lincoln Brook Trail just on the outskirts of the White Mountain National Forest. The Lincoln Brook Trail is absolutely gorgeous, and is highly recommended for anyone who simply would like to take a well-marked, easily navigated walk through the woods along a rushing river.
The weather was undoubtedly on their side, and the mosquitos must have been called to a more delicious smorgasbord elsewhere, as they were essentially nonexistent. A restorative lunch at the Woodstock Inn and Brewery topped off a memorable trip. As Horace stated, “That was a perfect day.”

More hikes are in the works, and we’d love to have you join us. Take charge of upping the enjoyment level by bringing a friend. Keep an eye on the latest weekly newsletter for updates.

Teacher Appreciation Week

May 9th, 2022
Last week was Teacher Appreciation Week where we said a huge ‘thank you’ to the extraordinary teachers we have here at White Birch Center. They have worked hard to create and maintain an environment that is safe, comforting, welcoming, and conducive to learning, all while adding their own little flavor to each day. We feel so lucky to have them!
                                                                                                                                               To show our appreciation we dedicated each day of last week to something special for them. The week began with a continental breakfast and cruised on with new water bottles, words of affirmation, and a popcorn bar. We ended the week with the grand finale of treats and provided our wonderful teachers with a chocolate fountain for their dipping pleasure. Teachers were dipping anything from biscotti and bacon to pickles and cheese. Not for the faint of heart. The teachers loved each day and truly felt appreciated. We are so grateful to have such a wonderful teaching staff. Here’s to all the teachers at White Birch Center and around the country!

Sand Donation for Our  Playgrounds

May 5th, 2022

Thursday afternoon on April 22nd, Jeremiah Murdough, of Foster Materials, generously donated and delivered a dump truck full of sand needed for the Pre-K playground. This kind and thoughtful gesture helped us improve the general layout and foundation of one of our playgrounds as well as cover some growing roots.  This act of kindness has served as a great, temporary solution that keeps our older students safe while enjoying the playground they love and utilize each day.

Additionally, when the students saw the mountain of sand, they were quick to offer help with the distribution process. Fully equipped with toy dump trucks, shovels, buckets, and excavators, they were hard at work playing in the new sand and enjoying every minute.

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