Hopkins Early Learning Center, in partnership with families, aims to create an environment that provides the security, love and stimulation to help every child make sense of the world in his or her own way.
Pennies for Patients
Each year, HELC participates in the Pennies for Patients campaign. It is a cancer education program and fundraiser benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Several years ago, we learned that one of our students had just been diagnosed with a form of leukemia, and we decided it was a sign that we should join in this event. Each year we have been able to build this event into our classroom activities with counting and sorting activities, as well as community service lessons and discussions on caring and sharing with others who need our help. This year, our goal was $500. WE BLEW THAT OUT OF THE WATER WITH OUR OFFICIAL DONATION OF $782.60!!!
What we offer:
Early childhood is the most important and formative time in a child's life. We feel honored to be a part of this wonderful, enriching and rewarding part of the educational continuum.
We invite and encourage you to call and schedule a visit, ask questions, more questions, investigate, and find out what makes us special, then.....
Join us at HELC!
Hopkins Early Learning Center (HELC)
125 Monroe Ave S.
Hopkins MN 55343
(located in the Harley Hopkins Family Center)
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