1st National Bank Invests in Livingston Promise

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Thank you to First National Bank for their donation to Livingston Promise! Livingston Promise was presented with a $500 Community Scholarship Award by Tom Gisewhite, First National Bank Vice-President/Marketing Director,  at the Community Scholarship Program Banquet held last Tuesday, June 13.  Robin Schutz, Livingston Promise President, and Kathy Virden, Livingston Promise Administrator, were on hand to accept […]

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“Getting Preschool Right”

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  Getting Preschool Right, written by Melinda Wenner Moyer and published in the March/April 2017 edition of Scientific American Mind, is a very good read on how the push for rigorous preschool education has overlooked the evidence on how young children really learn best. Read it here

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Livingston Promise Receives $25K Grant

Livingston Promise was awarded a $25,000 grant from Bartsch Memorial Trust in December 2016.  This is the 3rd grant awarded from Bartsch, following grants of $15K in December 2014 and December 2015. The original grant in December 2014 was awarded to Livingston Promise in honor of Madeline Richard, daughter of Adam and Michelle Richard formerly […]

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FY16 Annual Report

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Livingston Promise is excited to present our FY16 Annual Report which highlights accomplishments for 2015 – 2016, covering the period of October 1, 2015 – September 30, 2016. During our third year, we were able to provide preschool scholarships to eleven children who may not have otherwise had the opportunity to benefit from a quality […]

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First Presbyterian Church of Brighton Invests in Livingston Promise

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On Sunday November 6, First Presbyterian Church of Brighton presented a check for $5,406 to Livingston Promise for the Livingston Promise Preschool Scholarship Program.   This donation will provide one year of preschool for one child and two months of preschool for a second child.  The check was presented to Livingston Promise President, Robin Schutz, by […]

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Little Saints – Livingston Promise Preschool Provider

Thank you to Little Saints Preschool of Hartland for partnering with Livingston Promise as a quality preschool provider. We asked Little Saints Preschool Director, Denise Clarey, a couple of questions. Why did Little Saints decide to partner with Livingston Promise? “Little Saints decided to partner with Livingston Promise in order to provide all students the […]

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Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Thank you to the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation for their $500 donation to Livingston Promise in February, 2015.  These funds came from the proceeds of the Fantasy 5K race this past November. Advantage Livingston is the chamber-led county strategic growth plan that developed five Broad Strategies for the future of Livingston County.  Within the […]

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Livingston Promise Receives $15,000 Donation

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Livingston Promise recently received a generous donation of $15,000 from the Bartsch Memorial Trust.  The grant funds were awarded to Livingston Promise in honor of Madeline Richard, daughter of Adam and Michelle Richard of Howell, who passed away last May from a tragic accident. Mr. and Mrs. Richard explained, “It was really important to us […]

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Livingston Promise Preschool Scholarships – A Parent’s Perspective

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Livingston Promise is investing in the future. Our vision is that all children in Livingston County have the opportunity to obtain a quality education, the foundation for building a talented, globally competitive local workforce. We recently had a conversation with Lizz Curnalia , mom to three-year-old twins – Kaitlyn & Ryan, who received two of […]

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Reading is Fun! Thanksgiving Edition

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Reading with your child builds strong minds and reading with your child early on can help them view reading as something fun, not a chore. With Thanksgiving approaching, it’s the perfect time to add new holiday books to your library! The Night before Thanksgiving by Natasha Wing Similar to “Twas the Night before Christmas” by […]

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