[Ntso] Discussion - Campus Daycare Center
Lee A. Lenfest
stdlal27 at shsu.edu
Tue Apr 4 09:15:20 CDT 2006
I am not a parent; but, I just had to chime in. I do believe having
campus daycare can be beneficial for both parents and their little kids.
My oldest brother was going to University of Houston ages ago. He got
married young and they both had a child, my niece. The campus daycare was
a wonderful and Heather (my niece) learned so much. (I do not know what
kind of daycare it was at the time, but it was similar to Montesorri.)
Also, the students, who watched and taught the kids, used the learning
experience when they moved on after graduation -- it was like an
internship for them. And, it gave my brother and his wife peace of mind.
So, campus daycare, when well-run, can be a benefit to many.
> Hello Everyone,
> I thought that we could have our next discussion on opening up a campus
> daycare center for the non-traditional students, faculty and staff members
> to use. SHSU did have a daycare center for many years called Bearkitten
> Academy, but it was closed December 2003. The center was open for
> from 6 months to kindergarten age, and they accepted financial aid as a
> of payment.
> Do you think that SHSU would benefit from having a new daycenter built
> is Montessori based? Several other colleges and universities have this,
> including North Harris and Montgomery college, Texas Women's University,
> Stephan F. Austin State University.
> Remember during this discussion to reply to the listserv (ntso at shsu.edu)
> address so the entire group can participate in the discussion.
> Andrea L. Woodlief
> President, Non-Traditional Student Organization
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