Under the Sea

WLPS Alum and professional singer, Regina Torres,  stopped by to sing and teach ocean related songs at our Sum(mer) Fun class!  You can see Regina in the upcoming production of “Annie” at The Alhambra!  (June 2017)

Vision Is Priceless

Melanie Knox from the Vision Is Priceless Council visited our school to screen all children over the age of three. Vision Is Priceless is a local, nonprofit agency that serves as the premier community resource for improving the vision health of First Coast children and adults through screening, referral and education. (March 2017)

Jacksonville Public Library

Alexis Carter, Youth Services Librarian at the University Park Branch Library, visits as part of a monthly Story Time program. She brings books and activities to share with all classes. (Jan 2017)

The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida

Community Foundations

The Harold K. Smith Charitable Fund at The Community Foundation helped fund new flooring for the Movement and Music classroom. (Feb 2016)

Fire Department Visit

Community Foundations

“Don’t hide…go outside!” One of the many important lessons we learned from some of our WLPS fireman dads. Our Twos invited the Fire Department to visit as part of their Community Helpers unit. (April 2016)

Learning about Hanukkah

Teaching about Hanukkah

WLPS Parent, Mrs. Hanson,  visited the threes class to share the special traditions of Hanukkah! She read a book about the lighting of a menorah and taught the children how to play dreidel games. (Dec 2015)

Jill Grens, Author

Jill Grens

Author, Jill Grens, celebrated her birthday by reading her book Zippy the Caterpillar to the Threes and Fours. They learned how to be good sports and how to handle situations. “Yard by yard, life is hard. Inch by inch, life’s a cinch.” (April 2015)