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After a few weeks of R&R, the Discovery Publications staff is back to getting
things in order to share with our readers. If you've been doing the same,
keep it up! Here are two businesses that can help you along the way.
Any successful business knows that it can't sit on its laurels. Take it from
the folks at
Early's Carpet, now in its second half-century and still going
strong! Owner Lorraine Early points out that customers know that carpet is
just one of many offerings at the Amissville-based business. Whether shop
visitors seek carpet, vinyl, hardwood, ceramic, or tile--or even a variety of
quality window treatments, they know they'll get expert advice as well as
outstanding customer service in delivery and installation.
Several years ago, Early's found another important way to serve the
community, including people who haven't purchased anything from the store.
Lorraine explains that they have trained technicians on hand to address the
aftermath of fl ooding or sewer accidents and three fully equipped water
restoration trucks ready to send out at a moment's notice, as well as staff
to help distressed customers work with insurance companies. Personal
service and peace of mind--what a fi nd! To learn more, call
(540) 937-5500.
One of the biggest decisions for new parents who need to return to the
workplace is to whom they should entrust their child. We are fortunate
to have a fantastic resource in our midst.
Children of America has long
been renowned as a childcare center that is committed to each child's
educational future.
The Warrenton center's director, Fauquier native Valerie Woodson, joined
the staff two years ago, but her experience in early childhood education
goes back much further. She is a strong advocate of the Children of America
mission statement of providing a "stimulating and educational experience that
promotes every child's social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development."
Valerie explains that various care options are offered for infants as young
as six weeks through children up to age 12. Separate areas are reserved
for infants ages six weeks through nine months; babies ages 916 months;
toddlers ages 1624 months, and pre-K children through age fi ve years. In
addition, before- and after-school care is offered for school-age children. And
for the latter group, many have enjoyed fun-fi lled camps all summer long!
Children of America's Success Through Academic Readiness (STAR)
curriculum is another draw for parents. "It's a way of teaching kids to
become independent in their development while also learning how to work
in groups," Valerie says. The curriculum focuses on age-appropriate literacy,
math, social studies, and science. "Within the framework of a structured
environment, kids make choices and teachers support the learning created
by those choices," she adds.
New and veteran parents alike appreciate the center's innovative efforts that
allow them to share in their children's day even when they can't be physically
present. Valerie explains that parents can either go online or download a
special camera app to their smartphone--either one allows them to "pop in"
to their child's classroom at any time! To learn more, call
(540) 431-2963 x2.
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