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Early Childhood Center kiddos sing for Tony Frank

December 11, 2013

Preschool children from Colorado State University's Early Childhood Center brought smiles to the Administration Building on Dec. 10.

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Children from CSU's Early Childhood Center get a special photo op with President Tony Frank.

The children sang a number of songs, including Jingle Bells and You Are My Sunshine.

The children practiced for weeks in preparation for their big performance.

The children sang to a large audience of proud parents and CSU faculty and staff.

Preschoolers from the Early Childhood Center at CSU filled President Tony Frank's office with sweet voices and holiday cheer on Dec. 11. The four-year-olds sang a selection of favorites including "Jingle Bells." Family members, as well as CSU faculty and staff, were on hand to share in this fifth annual seasonal treat.

Early Childhood Center

The program, housed in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, is a lab school that has been in existence for more than 80 years. The program helps train university students as early childhood professionals and provides state-of-the-art care and education to preschoolers. The ECC also serves as a campus resource for research and discovery into child and family development and early childhood education, and children within its care benefit from the latest innovations in early childhood education and care. Accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and as a member of the National Coalition for Campus Children's Centers, the ECC has an outstanding local and national reputation.