Early Learning Center

EvCC Employees Turn Recycled Bottles into Children’s Greenhouse

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A group of Everett Community College employees turned 1,500 donated plastic bottles into a greenhouse for kids at EvCC’s Early Learning Center. The 2-liter bottles, donated by Safeway Bottling, are the new greenhouse’s walls. The greenhouse will be used for the children to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs. “This is a great way to show children ways in which something we typically think of as trash might be used to improve the environment and promote sustainability,” said Holly McFaul, director of the Early Learning Center, which provides care for children ages 1 to 5 years old.

Press Release

Release Date: May 23, 2014

Contact: Eugene M. McAvoy, EvCC Dean of Communications and Social Sciences, 425-388-9031; emcavoy@everttcc.edu  

EvCC Employees Turn Recycled Bottles into Children’s Greenhouse

Need Childcare? Early Learning Center Enrolling Now - Community Welcome

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Everett Community College’s Early Learning Center, which provides care for children ages 1 to 5 years old, is enrolling now for 2014-15. The Early Learning Center is expanding its hours starting June 30, offering care 7:15 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Friday. The ELC is located at 820 Waverly Ave., on EvCC's campus. Families can choose to enroll for a single academic quarter, the full academic year or full-time, full-year care. The center also offers free preschool (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) for qualifying families.

Press Release

Updated: May 20, 2014
Contact: Holly McFaul, EvCC Early Learning Center Director, 425-388-9120; hmcfaul@everettcc.edu

EvCC Early Learning Center Enrolling Now


Photo: Everett Community College’s Early Learning Center.