The city of Seward's water system is down. Consume only bottled water until further notice. Portable toilets are available across campus. See cune.edu/water for additional details. Class will meet as scheduled on Monday.
The annual Early Childhood Conference is a professional development opportunity for those who serve young children, ages birth through second grade.
Working with families
Ellen Booth Church
The importance of Social Emotional Skills in Brain Building
Ellen’s family fueled a creative playful approach to living which inspired her to study early childhood education and become a preschool and kindergarten teacher at the Campus School of the State University of New York at New Paltz. Her unusual approach of combining cognitive learning experiences with creative play caught the attention of several publishers and she became an educational consultant and author for Scholastic Publishing. She is the author of Circle Time, Ages and Stages (Early Childhood Today), and Getting to the Heart of Learning.
Mrs. Elaine Royuk
One Piece at a Time
Elaine is a retired (in name only), early childhood educator, who believes age ve is the best age in the whole wide world. She and her husband, Ron, taught in various places and have three adult children who have blessed them with six grandchildren. She calls Seward her home, her family precious, her friends jewels, and God her Rock and Strength.