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Parrish Early Care & Education Program Celebrates VPK Class of 2022

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Natalie Sellers, MS, APR, SSC, FACHE

Sr. Vice President, Communications, Community & Corporate Services or

Katherine Allen, APR, Communications Specialist


Parrish Early Care & Education Program Celebrates VPK Class of 2022

Titusville, FL: Parrish Early Care and Education, a program of Parrish Healthcare’s Children’s Center sent the class of 2022 off in style at their VPK graduation held on May 20, 2022.

“We are so proud of these children” said Vaneesha Greco, Center Manager. “Our team works closely with our families to create a learning environment that helps each child grow and thrive. Today is the culmination of their hard work and evidence of the passion our educators have for enriching the lives of our littlest learners” said Greco.

The well attended ceremony took place at First United Methodist Church in Titusville and hosted 17 VPK graduates along with their families and other guests. “These children are the future of our community” said Kathy Bradley, VPK Teacher at The Children’s Center. “They are the next generation of thinkers, builders, teachers and healers. It is always an emotional day to see them progress on their journey to Kindergarten.”

The ceremony included the traditional parade of graduates, a special selection of songs performed by the class of 2022 and ended on the high note of the official presentation of diplomas.

For more information on services provided by The Children’s Center please visit their website or call 321-264-0855.


About Parrish Early Care and Education

The Parrish Early Care and Education (PECE) program opened its doors in November 2002. Since then, PECE has become an integral part of The Children’s Center, a partnership of community agencies whose collaborative vision is to develop a family-friendly environment where children are assisted in their development regardless of their abilities or socio-economic status. PECE offers quality care to children ages six weeks through five years. The overall goal is to provide services that will enhance the child’s individual health and growth, ultimately preparing students for kindergarten. PECE practices a model of inclusion by offering special education and therapy services to children with varying levels of development. The classroom teachers work closely with parents and use resources on site as needed from the exceptional education consultant, speech, occupational, physical therapists, and behavior consultants in order to optimize each child’s potential.