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Renowned Early Childhood expert Bev Bos will present, “How Do Our Children Grow?”
The Junior League of Monmouth County (JLMC) the Shore Chapter of the Association for the Education of the Young Child (AEYC) are proud to bring renowned Early Childhood expert Bev Bos, to Monmouth County for a Community Forum on Early Childhood Brain Development.
Bev Bos has been the director and teacher at the Roseville Community Preschool in Roseville, California for over 40 years. She is the author of four books; Don't Move the Muffin Tins, Before the Basics, Together We're Better and Tumbling Over the Edge. Bev lectures around the country and internationally on topics in her field of expertise -- early childhood education. Among them are creative art, music and language, science for young children, and helping children learn to socialize in a natural way. She has spoken many times at the National Association for the Education (NAEYC) of Young Children conference as well as for many state AEYC affiliations. While maintaining a very active lecture schedule, Bev continues to teach three mornings a week. Other credits include appearances on local TV and Radio in Sacramento, National Public Radio, and she has been featured on ABC News “20/20” program. Bev has also produced two DVD’s and ten recordings of music and storytelling with Michael Leeman and Tom
Hunter. Together with Michael Leeman she performs concerts for families with young children.
On Thursday April 26th from 7:30 to 9:30 pm, Ms. Bos will present, “How Do Our Children Grow?”. This will be a
community forum on early childhood brain development and will be held at Red Bank Middle School located at 101 Harding Road in Red Bank. You will become informed on how children learn and how to create enriching environments at home and at school. This is a free and
open to the public. Space is limited so please visit www.JLMC.org to reserve seats.
More About Red Bank Borough Middle School
Located in the borough's former high school, Red Bank Middle School on Harding Road now serves as home to the district's middle school students. There are nearly 400 students in grades four through eight.
Red Bank Middle School has several educational programs designed to help students succeed as well as a number of extra-curricular opportunities children can participate in, such as band.
Students graduating from Red Bank Middle School attend Red Bank Regional high school in nearby Little Silver.