News from LELC

Celebrate Black History Month with LELC!

This year we weren’t able to invite our wider community to a Black History Month celebration due to the pandemic. That didn’t stop us from celebrating all month long! Check out this video to see how our little ones and their teachers celebrated Black History Month. A huge thank you to our Pre-K-2 lead teacher, Ms. Danielle Dawkins, for creating this video.

Families of Our Students Doing Great Work

LELC is proud to share that the Baltimore Magazine has highlighted one of our community members! Amanda Mack, lifelong baker and the aunt of one of our LELC students, owns “Crust By Mack”- a new bakery in Whitehall Market. Crust by Mack is up for a Best in Baltimore award in the Baltimore magazine.

It’s Different, but it Works!

What is a Loyola Early Learning Center classroom like, now that we’re physically back in school but still coping with a coronavirus pandemic? We’ve asked two of our teachers to tell you.Danielle Dawkins Danielle Dawkins has been with LELC since we opened in 2017 and...

Donor Spotlight: Kathy Neuzil, MD and Dan Neuzil, MD

Meet 2 Sponsors Kathy and Dan Neuzil were early supporters of LELC. Dan first learned of the preschool in a Baltimore Sun story he read when it opened in September 2017. The piece highlighted Fr. Bill Watters’ commitment to providing quality education to Baltimore’s...

Trustee Spotlight: Joseph Lombard

Meet a Trustee The Jesuit value of cura personalis—“care for the whole person”—wove itself into Joe Lombard’s life from the beginning. Both his parents attended Georgetown University and were influenced profoundly by Jesuit professors. They often regaled their 10...

President’s Thoughts: Emergency Fund

Words from the President Within days of Gov. Hogan’s mandate last March to close all Maryland schools because of the spiraling Covid-19 virus, Loyola Early Learning Center set up an Emergency Fund, supported by three generous donors, to assist our families according...

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Free Jesuit Pre-K for Low-Income Students Expands into Elementary

August 19, 2021Contact: Dennis O’Shea443-766-9998 / doshea55@comcast.net, orWill NathanOffice: 443-563-2589, ext. 122 / Cell: 301-852-1585 / wnathan@lelc-balt.org FREE  JESUIT PRE-K FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS EXPANDS INTO ELEMENTARYThe Loyola School will complete...

Families of Our Students Doing Great Work

LELC is proud to share that the Baltimore Magazine has highlighted one of our community members! Amanda Mack, lifelong baker and the aunt of one of our LELC students, owns “Crust By Mack”- a new bakery in Whitehall Market. Crust by Mack is up for a Best in Baltimore award in the Baltimore magazine.

RCM&D Corporate Outreach Newsletter

Corporate Outreach Newsletter Designed to raise awareness for various organizations that were nominated for the Regatta and encourage the RCM&D corporate and employee community to “give back” during a time when nonprofits need the support more than ever. The...

MPT Feature: MPT & Your Community

LELC School Director, Erica Meadows, was interviewed by Patrick Shea for Maryland Public Television's "MPT & Your Community" segment.

Going to School on Father Watters

By Christianna Mccausland, published in Baltimore Magazine on October 20, 2019Gabrielle Autry, 29, wanted her daughter Alyssa to attend preschool. She wanted her to have her own cubby, learn to listen to a teacher, and have classmates. Autry, who has experience as an...

Loyola Clinical Centers partners with Jesuit preschool

By Stephanie Weaver from Loyola NewsThe Loyola Clinical Centers is partnering with the Loyola Early Learning Center, a Jesuit preschool in downtown Baltimore, to provide speech-language services to the students and trainings for teachers and parents. A grant from the...