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  2. 2. The PETER PAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Located in Northwest Pompano Beach, this facility is filled with love and caring staff members. The tradition began long before any center was opened in the community. The first African American Director was the late Ms. Venderee Pickett . Today under the leadership of Ms. Cynthia Little , many new and exciting programs and activities are in the works. Just like this book, the school’s colors are purple and white. The little shirt that came with this book should be worn with pride one day each week. “ When you want a baby to get a great start, make Peter Pan a part of your plan!”
  3. 3. The PETER PAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Peter Pan Child Development Center Inc 410 NW 14th St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060 (954) 943-4774
  4. 4. The PETER PAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Peter Pan Child Development Center Inc 410 NW 14th St. Pompano Beach, FL 33060 (954) 943-4774
  5. 5. Design Themes: Train up a child [Proverbs 22:6] and Love never fails [I Corinthians 13:4-8] This design was created to inspire and motivate our next generation to positively embrace training, education and the early foundation of self-acceptance. At first glance it may appear to be just like any other academic or athletic team logo…but the baby wearing this design belongs to an always scoring, always winning team year round! The Design Theme
  6. 6. A parent is a baby’s first teacher about who he or she is in life. Of course life has setbacks and disappointments, and yet unfortunately, we cannot shield them from this fact in the end. But one thing that they must always know is that true LOVE never fails. AGAPE LOVE is unconditional. [John 3:16] So many people fail because they do not accept that LOVE and SELF ACCEPTANCE provides the key foundational building blocks for ACHIEVEMENT. The Parent
  7. 7. Daily Say to yourself each and every day, “I have a passion for excellence, a passion to become the very best, and a passion to set high expectations for this new baby!” The Lesson
  8. 8. <ul><li>Weekly </li></ul><ul><li>Please read this shirt aloud to the baby whenever it is worn. Please take a moment to do the following in your own words and in your own special and loving way: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>1) Point out the A+ and describe how it feels to earn an A+. What do you remember about the time you received your highest grade in school? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2) Point out the graduation cap and scroll. Explain how happy of a time it is and who recently graduated in the family or the name of someone who will graduate soon. How will you feel on that day for the baby? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>3) Point out the heart in the blocks. Tell the baby how much you love him or her and give 1 reason why. Explain why the blocks are a part of the design? </li></ul></ul>
  9. 9. The A-B-Cs of HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities)
  10. 10. HBCUs HBCUs have been producing many of the world’s powerful leaders, entertainers and achievers since 1837. There are over 105 HBCU schools in the United States of America. There are over 1,500,000 people who graduated from these schools. We want to encourage our babies to grow up and continue this outstanding tradition of excellence. Famous people who call these schools “home” for HOMECOMING include: A-Alex Haley J-(Rev) Jesse Jackson S-Sean &quot;P Diddy&quot; Combs B-Booker T. Washington K-Keshia Knight Pulliam T-Tom Joyner C-Common L-(Dr.) Louis Farrakhan U- (YOU..one day!) D-Debbie Allen M-(Dr.) Martin Luther King V-Virgil Gordon E-Erykah Badu N-Nikki Giovanni W-Wilma Rudolph F-Fletcher Henderson O-Oprah Winfrey X-Xernona Clayton G-Gen. Emmett H. Paige, Jr. P-Phyllicia Rashad Y-Yolanda Adams H-Hazel R. O'Leary Q-Quincy Benton Z-Zora Neal Hurston I-Isaiah Washington R-Ruben Studdard Source: www.HBCUnetwork.com
  11. 11. A is for Alabama A&M University is for Alabama State University is for Albany State University is for Alcorn State University is for Allen University is for Arkansas Baptist College
  12. 12. B is for Barber-Scotia College is for Benedict College is for Bennett College is for Bethune-Cookman College is for Bishop State Community College is for Bishop/Carver Campus is for Bluefield State College is for Bowie State University
  13. 13. C is for Central State University is for Cheyney University of Pennsylvania is for Claflin University is for Clark Atlanta University is for Coahoma Junior College is for Concordia College is for Coppin State University
  14. 14. D is for Delaware State University is for Denmark Technical College is for Dillard University is for Drake Technical College
  15. 15. E is for Edward Waters College is for Elizabeth City State University
  16. 16. F is for Fayetteville State University is for Fisk University is for Florida A&M University is for Florida Memorial University is for Fort Valley State University
  17. 17. G is for Gadsden State Community College is for Grambling State University
  18. 18. H is for Hampton University is for Harris-Stowe State College is for Hinds Junior College, Utica Campus is for Howard University is for Huston-Tillotson University
  19. 19. I is for Interdenominational Theological Center
  20. 20. J is for Jackson State University is for Jarvis Christian College is for Johnson C. Smith University
  21. 21. K is for Kentucky State University is for Knoxville College
  22. 22. L is for Lane College is for Langston University is for Lawson State Community College is for LeMoyne-Owen College is for Lewis College of Business is for Lincoln University is for Lincoln University is for Livingstone College
  23. 23. M is for Mary Holmes College is for Meharry Medical College is for Miles College is for Mississippi Valley State University is for Morehouse College is for Morehouse School of Medicine is for Morgan State University is for Morris Brown College is for Morris College
  24. 24. N is for Norfolk State University is for North Carolina A&T State University is for North Carolina Central University
  25. 25. O is for Oakwood College
  26. 26. P is for Paine College is for Paul Quinn College is for Philander Smith College is for Prairie View A&M University
  27. 27. Q is for Quotes of Famous HBCU Leaders Thurgood Marshall (Alumnus of Lincoln University and Howard University) “ None of us got where we are solely by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps. We got here because somebody - a parent, a teacher, an Ivy League crony or a few nuns - bent down and helped us pick up our boots. “ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Alumnus of Morehouse College) “ There can be no deep disappointment where there is not deep love.”
  28. 28. R is for Rust College
  29. 29. S is for Saint Paul's College is for Saint Philip's College is for Savannah State University is for Shaw University is for Shelton State Community College - Fredd Campus is for Simmons College of Kentucky is for South Carolina State University is for Southern University and A&M College is for Southern University at New Orleans is for Southern University at Shreveport is for Southwestern Christian College is for Spelman College is for St. Augustine's College is for Stillman College
  30. 30. T is for Talladega College is for Tennessee State University is for Texas College is for Texas Southern University is for Tougaloo College is for Trenholm State Tech. College is for Tuskegee University
  31. 31. U is for University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff is for University of Maryland Eastern Shore is for University of the District of Columbia is for University of the Virgin Islands
  32. 32. V is for Virginia State University is for Virginia Union University is for Virginia University of Lynchburg is for Voorhees College
  33. 33. W is for West Virginia State University is for Wilberforce University is for Wiley College is for Winston-Salem State University
  34. 34. X is for Xavier University (New Orleans)
  35. 35. Y is for You ! Because You are Important. I Believe in You . I Love You . You are So Special to Me! (Give the baby a hug and tell them why you feel the way you do)
  36. 36. Z is for Zora Neale Hurston’s Quote to Remember... (Alumna of Morgan State University and Howard University) “ Sometimes I feel discriminated against, but it does not make me angry. It merely astonishes me. How can anyone deny themselves the pleasure of my company? It's beyond me.“
  37. 37. A to Z A Alabama A&M University Alabama State University Albany State University, Georgia Alcorn State University, Mississippi Arkansas Baptist College B Bennett College, North Carolina Bethune-Cookman College, Florida c Central State University, Ohio Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Cheyney University, Pennsylvania D Dillard University, Louisiana E Elizabeth City State University, North Carolina F Fisk University, Tennessee Florida A&M University G Grambling State University H Hampton University, Virginia Howard University, District of Columbia I Interdenominational Theological Center J Jackson State University, Mississippi Johnson C. Smith University, North Carolina K Kentucky State University, Kentucky L Lincoln University, Pennsylvania Lincoln University (Missouri Livingstone College, North Carolina M Morehouse College, Georgia Morgan State University, Maryland Morris College, South Carolina N Norfolk State University, Virginia North Carolina A&T State University North Carolina Central University O Oakwood College, Alabama P Prairie View A&M University, Texas Q Quotes R Rust College S Shaw University, North Carolina Simmons College of Kentucky, Kentucky Southern University, Louisiana Spelman College, Georgia T Texas College Texas Southern University Tuskegee University, Alabama U University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (Arkansas AM&N) University of Maryland Eastern Shore V Virginia State University Virginia Union University W West Virginia State University Wilberforce University, Ohio Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina X Xavier University of Louisiana Y You! Because I Love YOU and YOU are special! Z Zora!
  38. 38. HBCU kidz, Inc. is pleased to support THE PETER PAN CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER in providing its faculty and families with high quality unity gear. HBCU kidz, Inc. is passionate about creating a positive vision for our future generation. We hope that you are satisfied with your genuine 2007 Achiever in Training LIMITED EDITION keepsake gear! HBCU kidz Mission: To promote the HBCU spirit through high quality baby memorabilia and parent resources that increase global support and awareness of HBCUs. From Crib 2 College, time to give little gifts of knowledge TM . www.HBCUkidz.com www.DestinationHBCU.com HBCU kidz, Inc. 954-302-4540 Education! Important GEAR for LIFE. TM
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  40. 40. The Peter Pan Child Development Center EDUCATIONAL UNITY GEAR PROGRAM Was made possible by the support of your neighbors. Please help us thank our 2007 COMMUNITY PARTNERS Mr. John W. Royster Jr. of Pompano Terrace Son-Cor Villa Apartments PF Insurance To learn more about the HBCU kidz, Inc. Educational Unity Gear Program, please visit us at www.DestinationHBCU.com or call (954) 302-4540.