Open Registration

Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is open with limited spots available! If interested in learning more about our programs, we invite you to contact our Enrollment Director, Jane Haywood-Rollins. We would be delighted to schedule a personal tour and introduce you to our Beech Tree House family! Registration will be taken first from currently […]

Wintertime Fun

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Christmas Fun

The children of Beech Tree House Center for Child Development, Inc. enjoyed a grand Christmas party with a visit from Santa, the festive sounds of holiday music, and the reading of the Nativity story.  In lieu of a gift exchange, families donated money that was used to purchase gifts for a those who are struggling at […]

Friendship Soup and Salad

l l The Beech Tree House Center for Child Development and Curtis Wilson Primary School and Academy family shared a yummy “Friendship Soup and Salad” lunch to celebrate the blessings of love, friendship, food, shelter, freedom, and faith.  Students from our Kindergarten class performed holiday songs, children decorated the tables with festive artwork, and many donned costume head pieces.  […]

Feeding the Community

Last week, the Beech Tree House Center for Child Development and Curtis Wilson Primary School and Academy family collected 4408 cans of food to donate to local families.  Thanks to Servant’s Heart of Indy who will distribute it to those in need during the coming days.  What an awesome outpouring of love for others! l

Happy Halloween!

It was a mash – it was a MERRY MONSTER MASH! Last night the Beech Tree House family celebrated an evening of Halloween fun as children visited monster stations, played games, trick-or-treated the teachers, and showed off their cute costumes!

Pumpkin Fun!

Beech Tree House kiddos have been learning about pumpkins. We know they are a fruit that rows on vines from seeds planted in the ground. The Giraffes opened a pumpkin to explore the insides. They described it as sticky, slimy, orange and a little bit yellow, kind of yucky, hard, and seedy!

Johnny Chapman Appleseed

During our study of apples, the children were treated to a special visit from Johnny Chapman Appleseed! We learned that the “Appleseed” part of his name is a nickname since Johnny planted apples seeds that grew into orchards. He loved nature and was a kind generous man. Johnny Appleseed often wore a tin hat that […]

Veterinarian Day!

During our recent unit on pets, the pre-kindergarten kiddos pulled out their medical equipment and become veterinarians for the day!