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Nonprofit of the Week

The Fraser Creative Learning Center is a local, nonprofit preschool that works hard in collaboration with parents to constantly evolve. Parents are an enormous part of the Fraser Creative Learning Center, which makes it a unique and fun center. The Learning Center strives to provide high quality care, following guidelines of its higher accreditations, such as Qualistar and NAEYC (National Association of Education for Young Children). This preschool uses a play-based creative curriculum, allowing children to explore in a natural setting while learning life skills along the way. Children are taught and practice self help skills, social-emotional solutions for every day life, and steps necessary to making their own choices. Fraser Creative Learning Center staff maintain early childhood credentials annually, constantly educating themselves in the ever-changing early-childhood world. Look for Fraser Creative Learning out and about, cleaning up an adopted trail, skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and learning about life. For more information about the Fraser Creative Learning Center or to enroll your child visit or call 970-726-5681.

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