Childcare Resources celebrates 2022 graduates, welcomes back volunteers in new school year


A row of preschoolers in graduation caps and gowns stand, holding their hands over their hearts.
The Childcare Resources class of 2022 recites the Pledge of Allegiance

The Childcare Resources School recently celebrated the graduating class of 2022 with a celebration on the front lawn of the school. For this commemoration of their time at Childcare Resources, graduates were joined by their families, teachers, and other school staff.

Three preschoolers, dressed in graduation caps and gowns.
Graduates Anastasia, Westlee, and Naomi get ready for the commemoration.

“From the school staff to the class families, I have received so much encouragement and support,” mentioned Kayeshia, the mother of one graduate. “We love the staff and the families we have grown to know over the last five years.”


During the celebration, the thirteen graduates sang, danced, and recited the Pledge of Allegiance. To close the ceremony, each student received a certificate of accomplishment and announced what he or she wanted to be when they grew up.


A preschooler, dressed in graduation cap and gown, holds up a certificate
Graduate Isabella shows off her Certificate of Achievement

Only a few short days later, the Childcare Resources School welcomed new and returning students for the start of the school year. But students and staff were not the only familiar faces welcomed back. For the first time since spring 2020, volunteer opportunities are open in classrooms throughout the school. School volunteers read to children, conduct special projects, serve lunch, and rock babies.


“We are so pleased to welcome back our volunteers after this long absence,” said Lisa Gonzalez, Volunteer Services Coordinator. “The special projects and one-on-one attention provide our students with tremendous benefits.”


For more information about volunteer opportunities, please visit the Childcare Resources website: ChildcareResourcesIR.org.