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What the SDSU Children’s Center Means to Me

Carter Lockwood

Playing with my buddies.

 


What the SDSU Children’s Center Means to Me

Scott Lockwood

Care, kindness and personal relationships.

Our family has enjoyed a wonderful experience because these things are an everyday, common experience at the Children’s Center. EVERYONE at the Children’s Center has made us feel this way, from Carter’s wonderful master teacher for the past two years, “Ms. Sarah (Spears), to all the way back to Grace’s first master teacher in the fall of 2004, “Ms. Serene,” when Grace was a Chick.

We have all grown so much because of this environment.

Our children have seen caring adults every day of their lives and so that’s how they’ve learned to behave. They have been listened to, nourished, enriched and let free to play by themselves or with friends.

They have made so many friends. When Grace started elementary school in the fall of 2008, it became ever more clear how strong the bonds of the Children’s Center remain as we continue to stay in touch with families that shared our experience.

Thank you for loving our children, Carter and Grace, and making this a home.

Robert Fulghum wrote a famous poem and book titled, “All I really need to know, I learned in Kindergarten.” For our children, we would title it, “All Carter and Grace really need to know, they learned at the Children’s Center.”        

Thank you, Children’s Center.

 


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