FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: June 23, 2011
Mary Lourdes Burke, Chief Communications Officer
978-466-2214 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FITCHBURG - At the Burbank Child Development Center,
the staff strive to provide a safe, warm, nurturing environment that welcomes
and supports children, family and staff. The team works together to provide
every child with the support and guidance needed to reach their full potential.
All of the center's programs place equal emphasis on emotional, intellectual,
physical and social growth.
"Our classrooms are carefully planned environments where focus is placed on
the process of learning," explained Sherri Dinsmore, director of the Burbank
Child Development Center. "Each child is encouraged to create, explore, problem
solve and investigate through hands-on, learning experiences."
Programs include: infant, toddler, preschool and prekindergarten full day
programs; preschool and prekindergarten partial day programs; introduction to
preschool; kindergarten readiness and summer camp for children 3 to 6 years of
"Our children are so happy here and they look forward to coming to school.
When we came back from vacation, Rachel ran into school and gave her teacher the
biggest hug!" said Angela O'Neil, a HealthAlliance Hospital employee and mother
of Colin and Rachel who attend the Center. She adds, "Colin wanted to go to
school instead of seeing Toy Story III! That's saying something about how much
they love their school and the teachers."
About Burbank Child Development Center
The Burbank Child
Development Center, located on the HealthAlliance Hospital-Burbank Campus in
Fitchburg, offers programs for children ranging in age from 8 weeks to 5 years
with a staff of 15 certified professionals. To learn more, contact Sherri
Dinsmore, Director, at 978-343-5580.