1. 4 Essential School Supplies

    It’s no question that the 2020/21 school year is going to be different in more ways than one. Regardless of whether your child will attend in-person learning or digital learning, it’s important to be prepared for every scenario and make sure they have the necessary supplies. In today’s post, we will provide you with a list of four essential items your child should have for distance learning.…Read More

  2. Signs Your Child Is Ready for Kindergarten

    Making the transition from preschool to kindergarten is a big step for your little one, and as a parent, you want to make sure they are ready. Not only does kindergarten help build a foundation for the rest of their educational career, but it can also mean the difference between a half day of school and a full day of school. While there’s no doubt that starting kindergarten will be an adjustment…Read More

  3. How to Keep Your Child Entertained in Quarantine

    Due to COVID-19, most people have been asked to stay home to ensure their safety and the safety of others. As a result, many parents are working from home, and their children are finishing school online. While your work may take all day, your child’s classes may only take a few hours. As a result, you’re now in charge of helping them find things to do while you finish up your responsibilities.…Read More

  4. Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer!

    The summer season is well underway, and there’s no doubt that your kids are begging to go outside and play every chance that they get. While the summer is meant to be spent having fun outdoors, you also have to keep in mind that there are certain dangers associated with spending too much time outside. Florida is known for its tropical temperatures, and if your children don’t take the proper pr…Read More

  5. Helping Your Child Transition to Kindergarten

    There comes a time when every child has to grow up and start going to kindergarten. Starting a full-day program can be a difficult transition for both parents and children, especially if you are a stay-at-home parent. Luckily, at Ivy League Academy in Port St. Lucie, we offer a free VPK program to help your little one get ready for kindergarten. At Ivy League Academy, we not only help children pre…Read More

  6. Ivy League Preschool Offers Free VPK In Port St. Lucie

    Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten is a viable option for aspiring young learners. Florida understands the importance of education, and we are fortunate to have a program like VPK. Free VPK in Port St. Lucie is available to any child that will be 4-years-old by September 1 who is interested in getting a jump start on education. Florida VPK is not accepting applications if your child is born on or after th…Read More