Letters From Parents

Parents’ Letters – In their own words.
Over the years, we have received hundreds of letters from parents who felt compelled to express their feelings about their own experience and that of their children with us. Always heartfelt, touching, and generously loving, these letters are a testimony of the special bond that formed within our comunity. We cherish your feedback, and feel honored to have been a part of your lives.


“We are so grateful for our experience at VPC”

Dear Suzette & Jeff,

We love you!!!
Thank you for all that you do. We are so grateful for our experience at VPC and will treasure them always.
Have a wonderful and joyful holiday season and new year!

Love, Pascale & Paul,
Alexandra’s parents


“Thank you for making this program what it is, thank you for preparing Matthew for Kindergarten, but most importantly thank you for loving my kid.”

To the Amazing, Wonderful Ms. Brunie,

Where would VPC be without you, the heart and soul of the School. Thank you for making this program what it is, thank you for preparing Matthew for Kindergarten, but most importantly thank you for loving my kid. You are one of a kind. XO

Love,

Kelley and Todd
The Parents of Mattie


“Thank you so much for being so special”

Dear Suzette & Jeff,

We are so blessed having the kids in your school!

Thank you so much for being so special… Have a wonderful Holidays!

xoxo, Peter & Yelly,
Parents of Mia & Oriana


“We are thankful to be a part of this magical place”

We would like to express our enormous gratitude to Miss Hollie, Miss Shirley, and Miss Annette for all they’ve shared with our Piper over these past three months. They are a true part of Piper’s family – along with Jeff, Suzette and Butch and everyone else at her wonderful school. We are very thankful to be a part of this magical place, and we wish everyone a truly merry holiday!

Love, Kristin & George,
Piper’s parents


“I look forward to meeting all of you when my big brother starts going to school!”

Dear Suzette, Jeff and everyone at VPC,

Thank you so much for thinking of me and my family during this exciting time. Matthew loves the stuffed dog you gave him, and I know my parents appreciate the book on sibling rivalry. They say we are good kids but I know they’ll need all the help they can get!

I look forward to meeting all of you when my big brother starts going to school!

Love, Daniel
(baby-brother of Matthew…)


“We see VPC’s sweet influence every day”

Dear Suzette and Jeff and VPC teachers,

Thank you so much for the love and attention that you have shown Theo these past two years.

He came in clutching mommy’s arm and leaves a caring, curious little individual imagining wild animals, and oceans and outer space with friends and teachers he holds close.

We see VPC’s sweet influence every day, which he will carry with him always.

Best wishes, Danke,
Allison and Jan
Parents of Theo


“You prepared our young son who would be entering a large public school class as the youngest child in the Kindergarten to tackle anything.”

Dear Brunie,

Where do we begin to thank you? Even before either of our children were in your classroom they were touched by the curriculum which you have toiled over year after year. Then Asher became a Blue Jay, and what a year he had with you! You prepared our young son who would be entering a large public school class as the youngest child in the Kindergarten to tackle anything.

Then it was Princess Sylvie’s turn! Wow! The things she has learned this year have been amazing. She absorbs everything like a sponge. But beyond all of the academics you taught Sylvie, you have played a huge role in teaching our princess to be a “lady” and a fine member of her community. I am certain she will never forget you.

Thank you for your dedication to VPC and to our children. We wish nothing but the best for you – a future that is happy, healthy and prosperous.

Love,

Lisa and Seth
The Parents of Asher and Sylvie


“Your support and understanding truly made a difference”


Dear Suzette & Jeff,

We would like to thank you and everyone at VPC, especially Nancy, Noemy and the Red Robins teachers, for everything they have done for Griffin and our family.

The transition for Griffin’s first school’s experience could not have gone more smooth. Griffin enjoys going to class and loves his teachers.

Your support and understanding truly made a difference and we want to thank you from the bottom of our heart.

Sincerely,

Jenny and Michael,
Griffin’s parents


“Most loving, passionate, devoted and skilled staff”

Dear Suzette & Jeff,

Summer photos that were recently developed revealed this little beauty of one very happy VPC child!

There certainly isn’t enough room on any card to express enough my gratitude and appreciation for all that you and the staff did for Solya (and her mom!) this past year.

To begin with, you accepted her late in the process, understanding our special circumstances. During our initial visit, I immediately fell in love with the school, as did Solya, who sat with the kids for snack and played with them, many months shy of 2!

You gave her the opportunity to go to school for the first time and join the most amazing and caring environment for preschoolers I have seen. She was taken in by your most loving, passionate, devoted and skilled staff, and was accepted and nurtured as she learned a new language and culture.

What a truly monumental and memorable school experience – she always wanted to go to school, and never wanted to leave at pick up time. Everyone at VPC was patient and warm, and provided the security and silliness, that is so necessary for growing bodies and minds.

VPC is such a jewel, and your direction and guidance is key to the endeavor. What lucky children and families! We’re hoping you have many more successful years ahead of you personally and for the best preschool around!

We really miss you and admire your hard work and non-ending dedication to kids!

With much love,
Julie,
Mom of Solya


“Thank you for all the support and for being a very important part of getting her into the school of her dreams.

Dear Suzette & Jeff,

I just wanted to add how helpful the Kindergarten Night was for us, and how it helped us in the process of getting CJ into the school of her dreams. Thank you for all the support and for being a very important part of her getting into VCS, from the admissions process as well as all of the great training and care that went into her developing the means to be ready for her Kindergarten experience.

Love,
Roberto,
father of CJ, Jacob & Sophia


“Too tough to put on paper all the love and gratitude we feel to you for all that you have done for our children.

Dear Brunie,

Words fail me. Too tough to put on paper all the love and gratitude we feel to you for all that you have done for our children. The detail, the rich academic growth, the care you take in your curriculum and spirit of teaching – all has accounted to spectacular growth in Beatrice, Leo and Faye. Thank you endlessly for your work.

With Love,

Stephen and Hailey
The Parents of Beatrice, Leo and Faye


“it is the joy – the silliness, the affection, the delight in accomplishment, the love of learning, for which we are most grateful”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

It was five years ago that we first visited Village Preschool Center.

Our first thought about the VPC was, well, if it is so good as the brochure, then we’ll be happy. And we were. But not only because of all of the things we read in the brochure, though our expectations were surely surpassed. Instead, it is the joy – the silliness, the affection, the delight in accomplishment, the love of learning – that Giulia and Luca brought home from school, for which we are most grateful.

They have really grown up. Giulia had not had her first hair cut when she began in the Red Room. By the time Luca began, he was already a regular, with a few years of experience that come to a bittersweet ending today.

There is so much to remember: Field trips to the farm, afterschool science, all of the wonderful photos you’ve taken of them over the years. And we will surely miss you as we now, finally, move on. But we will never forget the wisdom and love we have shared in over the past years. So: Thank you.

Walter & Grazia,
Parents of Giulia & Luca


“please know how much we admire and appreciate your sincere dedication to nurturing and enriching the young lives you touch”.

Dear Suzette and Jeff (and Brunie, and all the other wonderful teachers who have captured the hearts of Sydney and Perker),

Bittersweet does not begin to describe our feelings as Sydney’s graduation rushes in, bringing to a formal close our five wonderful years at Village Preschool Center. If future schools bring with them half the love, learning and fun-filled days our children have experienced here, we will be a lucky family indeed!

Today – and always – we will count among our blessings having found your school, and though it’s hard to put into words the extent to which VPC means to us, please know how much we admire and appreciate your sincere dedication to nurturing and enriching the young lives you touch.

We could not have asked for more for our children (though they could have asked for longer days and no vacations away from their beloved teachers!), and we look all the more forward to their future knowing what a broad and beautiful foundation you’ve laid for them.

Much love,

Lara and Stu,
Parents of Parker and Sydney


“The nurturing and the fun and silliness and the professional and tightly run ship was just incredible”

Dear Brunie, Carmen, Lori and Billy,

As we are acknowledging that Ronin’s time at the Village Preschool Center is drawing to a close, we wanted to take a minute to thank you for the amazing teaching and nurturing Ronin received in the Blue Room this year.

Every week we were amazed at the wonderful things that Ronin came home knowing and showing us – about other countries, jobs, how things grow, how to make things, facts about artists, and the start of basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills. He was always so proud to show us what he knew and had accomplished. And he was always so very happy to go to school. The combination of the nurturing he received from each of you every day, the fun and silliness that was injected into the day, and the professional and tightly run ship of the Blue Room was just an incredible combination. We also felt that each time we came to you with a challenge or question you were approachable and wise in your response.

Thank you so much. We hope for Ronin that his education continues to be of this quality. We’re sad that the year is growing to a close, but also hope we can look forward to two more boys moving into your care in the next few years!

We wish you all the best,

Dafna & Geoff
Parents of Ronin, Tal and Ram


“Within the midst of great change, you maintain a sense of strength and peace.”

Dear Suzette, Jeff, Brunie, Maritza and Maria,

Thank you so much for a delightful evening with all of you. Your thoughtfulness meant so much to me!

In my heart, I know that it does take a village to care for and teach children. Your school understands how important a sense of community means to our youngest, most innocent learners. In this complex city, where changes seem to happen within a blink of an eye, your school somehow never changes the most fundamental elements for child growth: love and understanding. Within the midst of great change, you maintain a sense of strength and peace.

From the bottom of my heart, I thank you for caring for those children that need extra attention and support. I thank you for your patience with those children that we may not completely understand. I thank you for believing that each child is uniquely special and valuable to this world. May we all live peacefully together!

A special thank you goes to Maritza and Maria for the unconditional support of our students over the years. Your dedication and endurance is quite excellent.

We’ll be together again soon!

Terri Trent


“Your wonderful, enriched curriculum and loving teachers have put him on such a wonderful educational path”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

I wanted to give a big thank you and a round of applause to you and all the other teachers at VPC. Eric has been accepted at Lower Lab and I believe the great teaching you guys do at VPC played a large roll in his acceptance. He would come home from school counting and singing in French and recognizing letters of his name way before we would have thought to teach him those concepts. Your wonderful, enriched curriculum and loving teachers have put him on such a wonderful educational path.

And I have to mention the woodworking project he made with Penny – thanks to her he had something fabulous to bring in and talk about during his interview.

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts, love,

Irene and Cary, Eric’s parents


“ I am moved and touched that a school can be so thoughtful and generous”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

I can’t begin to thank you enough for the incredible gift you have given our family with the scholarship. I am moved and touched, still in shock that a school can be so thoughtful and generous. I’ve told some close friends and family about your gift, and they’ve never heard of a school doing such a thing either. But I have to say from the moment I walked in to visit Village Preschool Center two years ago, I knew that it was a very special place.

I just wish that both Alex and Juliane could stay at VPC through high school!

Again, thank you for the biggest gift one can have with a child: time.

Most sincerely,

Claire, Mother of Alex and Juliane


“This is one of those moments I will always cherish”

It is mid-September, and the smell of fall is in the air. Gabrielle has just started her third year at VPC. I have the luxury of watching the Red Room today, hidden behind plants Jeff has just finished telling the children about Rosh Hashanah, beautiful little inquisitive faces gathered around in a circle, listening to him explain how, each year, the children make Rosh Hashanah boxes into which little hands can drop coins – later to be sent to held care for homeless pets.

I watch how easily the class separates into small groups, around a plain brown box, and how each one then proceeds to paint the box for the coins. Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” plays in the background. Amazing, I think, how quiet the children are as they paint, how content they all seem. This is one of those moments I will always cherish when I gather up my memories of Gabrielle’s time here at your school.

My attention strays to a group of the newest children re-entering from their playtime outside, happily led by Shirley back to the Yellow Room. For a second I feel a tinge of sadness, realizing how quickly Gabrielle’s years have passed here. But then I look back, and there she is, happily engaged, long hair carelessly tangled in apron strings, paintbrush poised mid-stroke, and I give thanks for all she has received from this place, and for the luxury of having yet another year to watch her blossom under your loving care.

Thank you for being our extended family these past years.

Arianna, Gabrielle’s mom


“ for always being supportive and understanding and kind”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

Thank you from the heart for creating such a loving environment for children, for always being supportive and understanding and kind.

I want to tell you how during the day, in the office, I’ll be thinking of Sophia, and feel blessed and lucky to know she is in the best possible learning, playing, loving, nurturing preschool there is.

Thank you for your advice, individual care and attention and lovely way you have to make all this special care look effortless.

Love,

Lauren, Sophia’s mom


“An oasis in this overwhelming world”

Dearest Jeff and Suzette,

You have been both family and teachers, responsible for the supreme delight our child has in his world and its complexity. His joy in language, and his appreciation of everything around him – from people to places, to feelings and on – has been nurtured by you both. We have loved being part of the VIC family, and we hope the skills and caring you have taught us all will carry on.

We will miss you more than we can express here, and we all hope to keep in touch with you as we grow. Yours is a special school, an oasis in this overwhelming world. We know that you will have continuing success as educators, and it makes us feel more optimistic about the future, knowing that you are preparing our children to care for their world.

All our love,

Meg and Doug, Jake’s parents


“Your word, and your words, mean a great deal to schools. You both work so hard to see the children well-placed”

Dear Jeff and Suzette,

We wanted to thank you for all your efforts toward Marya’s acceptance at the right school for her.

We are delighted that she is going to Trevor, and your letter and your calls, were undoubtedly a glowing part of the picture at which Trevor looked.

Your word, and your words, mean a great deal to schools, we know. Suzette, I can just picture you on the phone. Jeff, I saw how much time and attention you lavished on those letters to schools.

You both work so hard to see the children well-placed.

Thank you, warmly,

Julie and David, Marya’s parents


“We so appreciate how much effort was put into the reports we received Suzette, you’re a great advocate for your kids”

(from the Admission Director, Little Red School House)

Dear Suzette,

As our admissions season comes to a close, Mary and I just wanted to thank you for all of your help and guidance.

We so appreciate how much effort was put into the reports we received. Please thank everyone there who was so thorough and thoughtful with them. And we also appreciated coming to the school and observing. Really gave us a fuller picture of our applicants. And we loved getting a glimpse of your program. What engaged kids!

Suzette, you’re a great advocate for your kids. I’m sure your parents feel that, as they all speak so highly of VPC when they’re interviewed here.

So, thanks again for everything, and have a terrific spring,

Admission Director, Little Red School House


“You are all wonderful teachers, each uniquely talented. You have all done a remarkable job”

To the Blue Room teachers: Carmen, Billy, Lori and Brunie,

I want to thank you for giving Benjamin such an extraordinary year! You are all wonderful teachers, each uniquely talented. You created a safe and stimulating place where Benjamin could grow and explore and learn. He loves school. And that is because of all of you.

It has been a joy to see him get so excited about learning and making friends and trying new things. I have continually been impressed and thrilled with the projects he brings home. You have all done a remarkable job.

It has been a blast for me to drop Benjamin off and get a peak at what his day is going to be like. And to culminate his year with your “trip around the world” has been fantastic. What a great idea. You have given Benjamin an interest in and an understanding of how big and diverse the world is. His list of ‘real’ places he wants to visit keeps growing. His current favorites are Greece and Canada.

It’s hard to leave your 5 year old in someone else’s hands. You all made it very easy. Now it will be hard for us to leave you.

With much love and admiration,

Georgia, Benjamin’s mom


“An oasis of love and harmony for our children”

Leaving the Village Infant Center is a bittersweet experience. It is so sad to say goodbye to each of you who have helped build an oasis of love and harmony for our children. The sweetness is in the memory within us of your humor, creativity and unremitting friendship, which has made an unforgettable imprint. Every ounce of thoughtfulness, planning and energy devoted to your program has been reflected in how our child felt about school – her friends and teachers, and in what she learned .

You never lost sight of what it’s all about. The children learned in a rich, imaginative environment where nurturing and caring of each individual were constant. We are so grateful that Emily’s very first school experience was in such a unique haven – protected yet prepared for the bigger world.

We thank you for your little jewel of a school, and for the privilege at knowing each one of you. We will miss and remember you always.

Jill & Leo, Emily’s parents


“A guiding light for our children for so many years”

Dearest Suzette & Jeff

You have been such a guiding light for our children for so many years. Thank you for being the extraordinary people that you are!

We love you so much!!! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for 9 glorious years of preschool!

Always,

Mimi & Peter, Parents of Alex, David & Jake


“We appreciate the time you spent with our family, making us part of yours”

Dear Suzette & Jeff,

Thank you so much for making Rachel’s first experience with school a wonderful one. For creating a transition between home and school, for helping kindle in her a love of learning, and for paving the road to future educational success.

We appreciate the time you spent with our family, making us part of yours. We admire your dedication and caring to the children, your wisdom and patience, your humor and kindness.

Your love fills VIC and makes it a unique school and family. We’re very happy we found you and spent the past two years with you.

Thank you for your guidance and support as our baby matured into a terrific little girl.

Love, Sari & David, Rachel’s parents


“We feel lucky to have found you”

Dear Jeff and Suzette,

I have been thinking all day about the parent night you guys put on last night. We had a very good time meeting other parents and especially enjoyed the slide show. We are always wondering what Tanner did at school and he usually does not provide a lot of information. Last night gave us real insight into that frequently asked question, as well as a great deal of detail as to the process used to teach the kids and how each teacher fits into the mix.

We feel lucky to have found you two and everyone else at the Village Preschool Center. And now Janey can have the same nourishing experience this fall as Tanner had so far.

Thank you again for all of your hard work and dedication. As I watched last night I could not help but think that one of those kids may very well find the cure for cancer or become the President of the United States. With such a great start you never know.

Happy Holidays to you and all the staff at the VPC.

Sincerely,

Joe & Megan, parents of Tanner and Janey


” this is the kindest, most loving place on this entire island”

Dear Suzette,

This is the note I couldn’t imagine writing to you even last week how quickly these three years have passed. My mind is filled with memories of you and Jeff, of the wonderful trips and events you made available to us, of Jojo’s amazing and wonderful teachers and of the incredible kindness you have shown to me and my mother. I’ll never forget the flowers you sent her, the photos, the album of memories. I think this is the kindest, most loving place on this entire island, and although at times it may not show (!) that kindness is now woven somewhere into the fabric that is my growing child.

There are no words to thank you for all that you have given us. But I hope that any time you look at this heart, you will know that the heart you hold will always be mine.

With love and thanks,

Tina, Jojo’s mom


“Thank you for always listening”

Dear Jeff and Suzette,

It is difficult to put into words the positive impact VPC has had on Jonathan and David and our family as a whole.

The nurturing environment, dedicated teachers and special friendships we have made will be treasured for eternity.

Thank you for always listening to my concerns, and always spending time to give advice that was appropriate for my children.

Although we are excited about moving on to bigger things, I cannot say that anything could be better than the wonderful experience we have had with you at the Village Infant Center (now VPC).

Love and happiness always,
Gina & Stewart
Jonathan and David’s parents


“…the best start we could have hoped for…”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

Penn just graduated from the best school on earth – a happy and wholesome child, full of great memories, and ready to go on.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the love, support, fun, teaching, humor and for giving Penn the best start we could have hoped for.

The Village Preschool Center has been a second home for all of us, and we are grateful for the blessings of your presence in our lives.
Love, Nick and Nadia, Penn’s parents


“Life’s real gifts…”

To the faculty and staff of the Village Preschool Center,

We cherish Losel’s time in the warm environment that you all are responsible for creating.

And we thank you for helping to make her birthday, as well as every day, one that is happy and in the company of friends.

These are the kinds of things that we hope she will grow to see as life’s real gifts.
Love, Adam and Dechen, Losel’s parents


“Thanks for preparing her so well for next step…”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

I wanted to take a moment on Jessica’s last day at VIC and express my gratitude for both of you and your school.

Thank you for taking such good care of Jessica and starting her school experience off so well. Thank you for fostering a supportive community that our family could be an active part of. Thank you for selecting creative and nurturing teachers who have come to be important people in Jessica’s life.

Jessica bloomed from a toddler to an outgoing, joyous little girl with many friends in these two years. Thanks for preparing her so well for next step into kindergarten and for helping and supporting us (her parents) as well.

It’s hard to say goodbye, so I’ll just say so long, until Caroline toddles in soon.
Love, Maddy & Julie, Jessica and Caroline’s parents


“Oasis of calm…”

(In the wake of Sept 11, 2001)

Dear Suzette,

I just want to take a second to thank you for the oasis of calm and normalcy you maintained yesterday, even as you knew that our world was crumbling around us. It set the tone for the whole rest of the day and I am deeply grateful to you for your big hearts and level heads.

JoJo had a great day, and when one is taking stock, as we all have these last couple of days, that means more to me than I can say.

It’s good to have you in our lives.
Best, Tina , JoJo’s mom


“We were so excited by what we saw…”

Dear Suzette,

We just returned from visiting your school. We were so excited by what we saw that I just had to sit down and write a note immediately. Village Preschool Center is truly a special place. Not only do the children seem happy, but also they are absolutely captivated by their instructors, as were Juliane and I! Jeff, your sense of humor and wit makes those children soak up your classes like little sponges. We also enjoyed the music teacher’s version of “Twist and Shout” with the volcano theme. We can’t believe how many ‘specialists’ you have there. Clearly your graduates are more than prepared for kindergarten. It is very clear that your methodology makes learning fun for kids and, more importantly, makes them want to learn. Juliane enjoyed the place so much that she was ready to start attending today — without mom and dad!
Suzette, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with us. We very much look forward to continue the application process.

Thanks for a fantastic visit!

Claire Theobald, Juliane’s mom.


“There is a feeling of warmth and love that surrounds your school…”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

There are many, many reasons why we, as a family, are grateful to you, but perhaps the most important is that you have been truly loving and kind friends to us all, especially Katharine.

We remember very clearly the first day we met you, and we loved you and your school right away. There is a feeling of warmth and love that surrounds your school, and it’s very special.

Katharine has grown into a beautiful little girl, who talks about how to recycle, just as easily as she talks about how to share, how to read, and how to look out for the feelings and concerns of her friends and family.

She has learned many of these things from you and her wonderful teachers at VIC, and she will always remember you.

Thank you so much for teaching and caring for our daughter so well.

Love, Lorna and Satyen, parents of Katharine.


“Wonderful, positive, festive, environment…”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

I just want to let you know how much all your efforts meant to us. We’re so thrilled that Jesse got into the school we’d hoped for , and we know how much you helped.

I also want to let you know how much his years at VIC meant to us. You two, and the AMAZING staff you have, provide such a wonderful, positive, festive, environment. What a great place to learn and play!

And you two are full with so much love to us, with all our craziness; it’s great to have support.

Anyway, this is a long way of saying thanks for everything and we love you,

Lisa, Joel, Jesse and Janey,


“You have helped my children learn and grow…”

To all the staff at the Village Pre-school,

Hello Everyone,

As today may be Alex’s last day in school, I just wanted to write and thank you on behalf of Jose and I, for taking such good care of Alex and Antonio over the last few years.

You have made my life easier knowing that while I was at work, my children were having fun and learning with such caring and loving people as you all are. You have helped my children learn and grow (now I feel like crying!)

We will misss you and love you all, Thanks

Liz and Jose, parents of Alex & Antonio.


“Family-oriented atmosphere…”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

It is with mixed feelings we note the approaching days of our final stay at VPC. How time flies… I clearly remembered the very first day Alana Mei started school here, how reassuring you have been, Suzette, and how wonderful Jeff was and is with Alana.

Having been in my sole care since birth, she is extra-clingy to me and reluctant to spread her own wings, so to speak, and I was very uneasy leaving her. However, you all have been so welcoming and in time, I felt reassured leaving her. She, in turn, enjoys the company of other children, and loves Jeff and her other teachers, Maria, Shirley, Maritza and Yeny. Grandma Lucy is a favorite, as she always has a toy car for Alana.

The separation, though hard, was made easier by your school’s informal and family-oriented atmosphere wherein a parent’s stay, at least during this transition period, was welcomed rather than frowned upon. Eventually, when Alana got used to it, she did enjoy going to school, and comes home with eyes gleaming about the new things she saw and learned, and bubbles over the various art projects she did with the teachers, and of course talk about the “buddies” she made.

In the over a year stay she had at VPC, I have seen her blossomed from a shy toddler to a more sociable and talkative one. All these I thank Jeff and the teachers for letting her come out of her ‘shell’.

Now, we look forward with excitement as we embarked on this next stage of her life, but at the same time, we are leaving some very good memories behind, and we feel nostalgic about it. We will surely miss VPC, which Alana has come to consider her second home.

Thank you for taking care of Alana Mei and we feel happy to have been a part of the VPC family.

Very truly yours,

Lily and Alan, parents of Alana Mei


“We feel completely confident”

Dear Suzette and Jeff,

We just want you to know how much we all LOVE the Village Preschool Center!

Zoe is really enjoying her experience there… She loves her ‘Sunshine School’ (as she still calls you).

We feel completely confident that she is in the exact surrounding that we had dreamed of and wanted for her… It’s loving, fun, and you strive for their education to be a truly enjoyable experience.

We particularly appreciate that you don’t talk down to the kids, and recognize that they are excited to learn new things at this early stage!

We feel that the seeds you plant now will help our Zozo look forward to schooling for the rest of her life!

Thank you to everyone there – You are all SO WONDERFUL!

All best,
Wendy & Craig, Zoe’s parents