Voyager’s Community School News and Updates

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March 5th, 2018 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

The Middle States Association Commission recently recognized Voyagers’ Community School, and received an accreditation on an elementary and secondary school level. interviewed Director Karen Giuffre, staff, and students for a wonderful insight into what makes Voyagers so special! CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!

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Making Memories: Carving out Quality Time With Your Kids as a Working Parent

February 28th, 2018 | Jeffrey Fisher | 0 comments

Being a parent is tough, but when you add in the demands of a full-time job on top of the day to day ins and outs of running a household? It can seem nearly impossible to carve out time to spend together as a family. Of course, there’s also the fear you’re doing your kids a disservice by not being… Read More

National Snack Food Month

Healthy Eating, Your Kids and National Snack Food Month

February 26th, 2018 | Jeffrey Fisher | 0 comments

February is National Snack Food Month. This is the perfect opportunity to show your kids how healthy snacks are the best snacks for their growing minds and bodies! Let’s face it, kids aren’t always enthusiastic about healthy eating. But both parents and educators know the more interested and involved a kid is with what they’re trying to do, the more… Read More

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Why Your Child Can Benefit with a Kindergarten Program

January 29th, 2018 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

Children who attend a quality kindergarten program will be well prepared for the remainder of their early childhood education. As natural learners, children more readily absorb new information when their interests are stimulated and all of their senses are engaged. That’s why we’ve created our kindergarten curriculum with child growth and development principles in mind. What happens in Kindergarten Your… Read More

How to Help Kids Explore Their Interests During National Hobby Month

January 24th, 2018 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

Every kid should have something they enjoy doing outside of school. National Hobby Month is a great way to help your child explore hobbies he may not be aware of! Why hobbies? Adults aren’t the only ones who benefit from having a hobby. Hobbies are an enjoyable way to gain new skills and learn something new about yourself and the… Read More

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5 Ways Outdoor Learning Benefits Early Education

December 27th, 2017 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

In recent years, the onset of technological advances combined with a cultural shift in society due to fears for children’s safety, has led to a reduction in time spent outdoors. With no space restraints and the freedom to run, jump, shout and play, outdoor learning opportunities give children a chance to explore, release all of their pent up energy and learn… Read More

Teaching Kids How to Share on National Re-Gifting Day

December 21st, 2017 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

It’s often thought of as tacky, but is it really? Re-gifting is the practice of individuals giving unused gifts that they received from others. Declared a national holiday by money management website, National Re-gifting day is celebrated each year on the third Thursday in December. The date was chosen because it’s when companies are most likely to hold their… Read More

Middle States Association Commission Accreditation

December 11th, 2017 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

We are proud to announce Voyager’s Community School received an accreditation on an elementary and secondary school level from the Middle States Association Commission.


December 4th, 2017 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

Learn more about our philosophy, experience and learning practices at the Voyager’s Community School with this interview with our founding director Karen Giuffre on DisruptEDtv.

3 Reasons Investing in your Child’s Preschool Education Beats the Stock Market

November 30th, 2017 | Karen Giuffre' | 0 comments

Investing in your child’s preschool education will yield a greater return than the stock market. Cost-benefit analyses reveal that for every dollar invested in early childhood education, there is more than a $10 return in terms of cost savings in the following areas: remedial education economic well-being criminal justice tax revenues Adjusted for inflation, the annual return of investing in… Read More