My name is Eszter Hunyadkurti and I am the Principal of the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Department. It is my great pleasure to welcome you all to the new academic year 2016-2017. I am happy to spread a special word of welcome to all of our new parents and their children in Pre-KG who are joining us this year. I look forward to welcoming you to a new chapter in the lives of your children which I know is as important for parents as for students.
We all have fond memories of our first year in school that we enjoy sharing with our children and grandchildren. My passion is providing students with rich and fulfilling experiences that foster a life-long love for learning. I am always delighted to see our little girls come to school with a big smile every morning; it is a smile that never fades away even if it is a rainy day or if there were no pancakes for breakfast.
My staff and I love to see the children blossom and become creative and independent thinkers. We maintain a positive and supportive environment that serves as a solid foundation for learning. We encourage a strong, cooperative relationship between teachers, students and parents. We welcome your input and encourage the constructive exchange of ideas.
Due to the implementation of the Common Core Standards in English and Math, we expect high student performance in these subject areas and a thorough preparation for grade one. The new Sensory Science program is designed to introduce our students to the exiting world of animals, plants, planets and many more. Our newly created science lab will enable them to gain great experiences through inspiring hands-on and sensory activities.
Our hope is that the school year provides your child with many experiences and colorful memories that will follow them throughout their educational journey.
Should you have any questions and concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 2563-9612, ext. 129.
Let the adventure begin!
Ms. Eszter Hunyadkurti
ECE Principal, AAG
“Do not train children to learning by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that you may be better able to discover with accuracy the peculiar bent of the genius of each.”– Plato