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Congratulations May Children's Center Graduating Class of 2014

 Monday - Friday
7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Part time, scheduled care is available for those individuals looking for child care while taking classes or as a chance for their child(ren) to interact with others and explore and learn through interesting activities.  Children enrolled in this program must be between the ages of 3 and 5 years.  This room will be made up of children of varying ages interacting through various activities.  The Exploratorium encompasses an art and water room; and computer kiosk, as well as other center activities.  Children will be allowed to choose the area where they wish to spend time, and the teachers will assist them with their learning activities and provide guidance to those children who may need to be re-directed to more appropriate activities.

Meet our Teachers 

Karen Hall, Educarer
Exploratorium Community 
Hello, My name is Karen Hall. I have an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Development. I am the Lead Educarer Teacher in the Exploratorium classroom. For 28 years I have worked  in the childcare field. I have worked here at the Children's Center for 10-1/2 years. I live in Angleton, married with two children and one grand-daughter. My interest outside of work is doing family activities, shopping and being involved in my church. I am proud to be a part of a wonderful staff here at The Children's Center.
Sue Green, Associate Educarer
Exploratorium Community
Hello, my name is Sue Green I have worked in Early Childhood for 30+ years, still enjoying every minute and learning daily. I current reside in Freeport, Texas a place I love. I have two beautiful grandchildren, Dayja and Brea, they give me so much JOY and keep me on my toes. There are always new adventures! Some of my hobbies are reading, doing crafts, and bringing smiles to others. I have taken many Early Childhood classes to ensure knowledge toward positive guidance, leadership, physical, emotional wellness and many more. It is important to be an advocate for all children and to treat each family with the greatest respect and admiration, partnering with every one of them working towards a goal. Children are like rainbows, you’re always amazed when you see one.  
Dianne Parmlee, Assistant Educarer
Exploratorium Community


 Schedule and Parent Information



Karen Hall
Sue Green
Associate Educarer
Dianne Parmlee
Assistant Educarer

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