Welcome to Bright Futures Learning Center

Setting the stage for academic excellence

 

 

Bright Futures Learning Center

Phone: (518) 661-6527

WE ARE EXPANDING!

We are excited to announce that we will be expanding to a second building on our grounds.  This building will house two infant (age 6 weeks – 18 months) rooms and another three year old room.  Please say tuned for an opening date!

WE ARE HIRING!

Bright Futures Learning Center has openings for two teachers and two teacher assistants.  Candidates must have a degree in early childhood or a related field.  Please forward your resume to cherylcurtis20@yahoo.com.  Interviews will be conducted soon. 

MONTESSORI

We are pleased to announce that six of our teachers are now Montessori Certified!  This additional education brings a wealth of new teaching philosophies to our center and helps to enhance our quality curriculum. 

July News!

 

 

 

Congratulations to our 2019 Bright Futures graduates!

 

 

   

 

Our monthly theme is THE BEACH and THE OCEAN!

 

 

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-July’s monthly theme is THE BEACH and THE OCEAN.  Children will be exploring the ocean zones, what makes a beach, marine life, locations, waves, coral, and much much more!

 

-The summer months will be review months at BFLC.  Students will be going over colors, number recognition, upper and lowercase letter recognition, handwriting, self help skills, shapes, and counting. 

 

-BEACH DAY will be held on Friday, July 26th!  Come to school dressed like you are going to the beach!  Sunglasses, sun hat, beach dress, Hawaiian shirts, flip flops, swim goggles, whatever you have to make it fun!! (Please no bathing suits)

 

 

-Thursday, July 4th Bright Futures will be closed in observation of Independence day.  We will reopen on Friday, July 5th.  Please have a safe and fun holiday!

 

 

Join us for a tour of our facility!  

 

 If you would like to talk with staff or schedule a tour please call us at 518-661-6527

We would love to show you all that we have to offer here at Bright Futures Learning Center

Our Pre K Classroom will have immediate openings starting at the end of August.

 

 

 

Why choose Bright Futures Learning Center over a program
within a school district?

 

– Class ratio at Bright Futures is 1:8 while school district ratios
are around 1:22.
– More personalized and tailored educational program for each
individual child.
– Utilizing the Montessori Curriculum.
– Sounds In Motion Program to promote letter and sound
recognition.
– Educational hands on activities including crafts, sensory play,
STEM activities and more.
– Library time through Gloversville Public Library.
– Monthly themes such as camping, dinosaurs, fairy tales, seeds
and plants, space, and more.
– Rural location as opposed to city setting.
– Supportive and dedicated staff with Educational degrees.
– Healthy and delicious catered meals including a lunch and two snacks.
– Outdoor playground, nature trail, computer lab, and more.

 

Bright Future’s Featured Student Activities

Pre K Activities

Group Art Projects, Gardening, Nature Walks, Juggling, Yoga, Let’s Move Curriculum, Charades, Activity Centers Based On Weekly Themes, Language Arts, Science, Math, Geography, Music, Healthy Eating, Self-Help Skills, Taking Turns, Printing Develop good Listening Skills, Learning about Holidays and Cultural Celebrations.

Toddler Activities

Pretend Play, Making Choices, Climbing, Running, Tumbling, Playing with Balls, Yoga, Let’s Move Curriculum, Activity Centers, Dramatic Play, Music.

Preschool Activities

Group Art Projects, Gardening, Nature Walks, Juggling, Yoga, Let’s Move Curriculum, Charades, Activity Centers based on Weekly Themes, Language Arts, Science, Math, Geography, Music, Healthy Eating, Learning about Holidays and Cultural Celebration.

bright futures learning center

“Our staff credentials and experience in the school setting sets the stage for academic excellence in the children we teach. You are investing in your child’s future at an age when they are most impressionable.”