We have seen the slow evolution over the last few years, and did many of our speech sessions amid paint fumes, sawdust, and hammering noises last semester, so we felt like we were really a part of the transformation. We even donated our old train table when we moved, since we didn't have room in our new place. It was hard to let go of, but I know it will be well loved. (It will be in the waiting room, it was just stowed in the preschool room for the Grand Opening to make room)
|Zane checking out a very familiar train table.|
The two changes I am the most jealous of is the new, large conference room with these awesome comfy chairs. Oh, that would have been wonderful for all the conferences and the adult education segments of Reading Explorers where we used to cram ourselves into tiny rooms. The students also got a massive improvement to their work room. They even have lockers now so they don't have to haul so much stuff around with them everywhere, and there is actual space to spread their work out.
I am so happy for all of them. They so deserve to have a nice place to work. They are an amazing group of people who do an incredibly challenging job exceptionally well.
They even updated the brochures, including a photo of one of Zane's friends and this really cute little girl. :)
|the photo in the brochure was of her first day of pre-school there|
Now both of my kids star in brochures for speech-language places in town. lol.