Looking for a preschool? Attend the Media Area Preschool Fair on November 12th in Media, PA

Attend the Second Annual Preschool School Fair on Wednesday November 12 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Indian Lane Elementary School in Media, PA. This is a free event for parents and caregivers.
By: Moms Club of Media, Pennsylvania
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Oct. 26, 2008 - PRLog -- Looking for a preschool or nursery school for your child?

• Want to save time and match your child with the correct school setting?

• Interested in meeting representatives from local schools to discuss their programs?

Attend the Second Annual Media Area Preschool School Fair on Wednesday November 12 sponsored by the Moms Club of Media & the Indian Lane Parent Teacher Group

This is a free event for parents and caregivers.

January marks not only the start of the New Year, but for many parents, the beginning of their search for a preschool or after school program that will best fit the needs of their child. In order to help parents in this process, the MOMS Club of Media will hold its annual Preschool School Fair on Wednesday November 12, 2008 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at Indian Lane Elementary School.

The preschool fair helps parents find the right preschool setting that most meets their individual goals and circumstances. Whatever the ultimate choice, Montessori, church-affiliated, or private setting, sorting among the many choices can be a daunting and time-consuming project. Attending the preschool fair, can save time as well as ensure that a family is fully aware of all of the many choices offered in the community. Representatives from each school will be on hand to answer specific questions from parents.

Participation in a quality preschool program gives children an early start to learning and offers the opportunity for greater academic success in life. However, so often parents make the important decision of where to send their child to preschool based on incomplete information (they may not be aware of all the options they have) or convenience (its right down the street from me) or familiarity (the neighbors kids go there). Having the knowledge to know which program is the best fit for their family and children is what the Preschool Fair is all about.

If you are a school interested in participating, please e-mail us at momsclubmedia@yahoo.com. If you are a parent interested in attending, NO RESERVATION IS NEEDED, please just show up!  You can find out more information about this event at our website www.momsclubmedia.com

About Us  


MOMS Club® is an international, non-denominational, not-for-profit organization (501(c)(3)).  It is a network of 2,000 chapters and more than 100,000 members in 7 countries. It was founded in 1983 when an at-home mother decided she was tired of being alone.  She wanted to meet other at-home mothers and find other at-home children for her children to play with.  When she discovered there were no organizations that met during the day and allowed her to attend with her baby and preschooler, she decided to start a new organization; the MOMS Club was born.  

Local Chapter

The MOMS Club® of Media was started in 2005 and during that time, we have helped the community by donating school supplies to local charities, participated in Operation Warm, collected books to rebuild libraries in New Orleans, sent care packages to troops overseas and donated baby items to the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County. We organize playgroups for children from birth to school age. Serving moms and children in the Rose Tree Media and Penn Delco School Districts. New members are always welcome please e-mail momsclubmedia@yahoo.com or visit our website www.momsclubmedia.com for more information.
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