Shout-out to our Young Professionals group who spent their Saturday morning cleaning our 2 one-year old classrooms!
Big shout out to United Way of Greater St. Louis and Wells Fargo Advisors for making our students’ smiles brighter! Yesterday, Wells Fargo Advisors team members made Smile Kits for all of our students as part of a United Way Service to Go Project! We are so grateful!
There is a huge diapergap in this country! But Cornerstone has made a commitment to our families to provide diapers and diapering supplies at no additional cost for our students while they are in our care. This is a big expense (500 diapers a day and $15,000 a year), but clean diapers mean healthy k
What a great day! Our preschool students were treated to fun activities led by the 7th grade students of The St. Michael School of Clayton, and the Bears preschool class even received special candy grams from their teachers Ms. T and Ms. Wendy!
Cornerstone Center is very excited to be a part of Brackets For Good this year! And how cool that Cam Janssen is the #bfgstl All-Star! Big thank you to sponsors YouthBridge Community Foundation, Clark Fox Family Foundation, Open Road Communications, Ferguson Roofing, and Simply for making this #comp
Teachers are big part of what makes Cornerstone Center so special! Thank you for the love you show our students, Ms. Doris!
We love when happy families and kiddos share photos! Thank you for your hard work, Ms. Ashley! Keep the photos coming!
Help us win $30,000 AND new playground!! Follow the link below to enter EVERY DAY until March 24th to help give Cornerstone Center the ultimate makeover. http://www.togethercounts.com/healthy-playground-makeover
Our preschool students in the Bears classroom are learning about recycling and made these awesome jellyfish out of recycled materials.
We loved having the authors Allison Bischoff and Jessica Yaira Gordon of Rozzy Learning Company‘s book “Maggie the Magnifiying Glass” visit our preschool classrooms today! These awesome authors read their hit STEM book to our students. And thanks to a grant from the Siteman Family