Thursday, December 27, 2012

Family Fun in Austin For New Year's Eve!

New Year's Eve in Austin!
Austin was named one of the top ten NYE destination spots by several leading sources this year so we can expect to be hit with quite the holiday rush!

But that doesn't have to keep you from enjoying what has become a family tradition at Auditorium Shores!

From the Austin's New Year website:

Austin’s New Year (ANY) is an annual free event on Auditorium Shores where Austin families can come together to welcome in the New Year! ANY is an alcohol-free celebration showcasing Austin's diverse and talented creative community through art, films, and live music. And kids and adults alike won't want to miss the exciting fireworks finale!
When: December 31, 2012, 5:00 - 10:30 p.m.
Where: Auditorium Shores (South 1st Street and Riverside Drive in Austin)


There will not be parking on-site at Auditorium Shores, but there are several pay-to-park garages nearby, including Austin City Hall (301 W. 2nd Street, enter on Lavaca Street) & One Texas Center (505 Barton Springs Road). No parking will be allowed in nearby neighborhoods. Download area map
Visit the Downtown Austin Alliance website for a list of private parking garages.
Check the CapMetro website for bus routes.
Road Closures: Visit the City of Austin Special events portal for information about road closures.
Visitor Information: For information about area hotels and restaurants, contact theAustin Visitor Center, 866-GO-AUSTIN.


Read our Entertainment Schedule for a full list of bands, performers, and other artists and activities and download the Event Map to see locations for all the stages and activity centers.
Main Stage (5:00 - 10:00 p.m.): Great music for all ages from five Austin bands - Performances by Sue Young, Edison Chair, El Tule, Courtney Sanchez, and Del Castillo
Youngbloods of Austin Music (5:00 - 9:30 p.m.): The next generation of Austin live music - Performances by Residual Kid, The Seaside Swifts, Little Brave, Mobley, and more
Parks and Recreation Department Performing Arts Stage (5:00 - 10:00 p.m.):Culturally-diverse performances from Austin’s best - Performances by The Flying Balalaika Brothers, Son Armado, Rockin’ Gospel Project, and more
Austin Film Buffet (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.): Short selections from Austin film organizations, including Faces of Austin, Austin Film Society, and SXSW
Fun for ANYone (5:00-10:00 p.m.): Interactive art installations, performances, and creative activities throughout the night, including children’s yoga, StarSeeds, and an interactive light & sound experience
Fireworks Finale (10:00 p.m.): For the first time, our Fireworks Finale will be accompanied by a traditional Scottish pipe & drum band for a performance to remember all year long!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Homemade Silly Putty and other Goops

Kids home from school and bored? Here are a couple of recipes to keep those little hands occupied during the Winter Break!



8 oz of Elmer's glue
 ¾ c. of water
1 t. 20 Mule Team Borax
1 to 2 T. water


You will make two mixtures. The first is ¾ c. of water, food coloring to color your goop, and 8 oz. of glue. The second mixture is the t. of Borax dissolved in 1 to 2 T. of water. Now comes the chemical process. Take your Borax mix and drop it into the glue mix. You'll see a glob of goop form. Scoop that out and place it in another bowl. Mix up more borax and water and drop it into the glue bowl again. Another glob of goop will form, scoop it out and keep repeating the process until all the glue is formed into goop balls. Begin to knead all the balls of goop into one big ball of goop. It's fun and goopy!

Silly Putty


Elmer's Glue-All multipurpose glue
food coloring
Sta-Flo concentrated liquid starch


Mix the glue with the food coloring until the color is even throughout.
Pour the liquid starch into the colored glue mixture.
Stir and let it sit for five minutes.
Pull the putty out of the mixing bowl and set it on a paper towel. Knead the putty in your hands for five to ten minutes.

The final product is great! It can copy newspaper print and bounces when you roll it up into a ball, just like the original store-bought Silly Putty.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Orange and Purple Pancakes from The Sneaky Chef

From the Sneaky Chef! Awesome and easy ways to get veggies into pancakes...even using a boxed mix!

Banana Pancakes: 

- 1 large egg 
- 3/4 cup low-fat milk 
- 1 tablespoon canola or vegetable oil 
- 1 large banana, mashed 
- 1/4 cup Orange Puree (see Make-Ahead Recipe #2) 
- 1 cup boxed pancake mix 
- 1/4 cup wheat germ 
> In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the egg, milk, oil, mashed banana, and Orange Puree. Add boxed pancake mix and wheat germ, mixing just until combined (don't over mix - leave small lumps). If the batter is too thick, add a little more milk.

Chocolate Pancakes: 

- 1 large egg 
- 3/4 cup low-fat milk 
- 1 tablespoon canola or vegetable oil 
- 1/2 cup Purple Puree (see Make-Ahead Recipe #1) 
- 1 cup boxed pancake mix 
- 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder 
- 1/4 cup oat bran 
- 1/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips, optional 
> In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the egg, milk, oil, and Purple Puree. Add boxed pancake mix, cocoa powder, and oat bran, and chocolate chips, if using, mixing just until combined (don't over mix - leave small lumps). If the batter is too thick, add a little more milk.

Sneaky Chef Make-Ahead Recipe #1: Purple Puree

Makes about 1 cup of puree 
- 3 cups raw baby spinach leaves* - 1 1/2 cups fresh or frozen blueberries (no syrup or sugar added) - 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice - 1-2 tablespoons water 
*note: I prefer raw baby spinach to frozen spinach for this recipe (more mild flavor); if you must use frozen spinach, only use 1 cup of it.

> Thoroughly wash the spinach, even if the package says “prewashed.” If using frozen blueberries, quickly rinse them under cold water to thaw a little, and then drain.
> Fill the bowl of your food processor with the spinach, blueberries, lemon juice, and 1 tablespoon of water; puree on high until as smooth as possible. Stop occasionally to push the contents to the bottom. If necessary, use another tablespoon of water to smooth-out the puree.
> This recipe makes about 1 cup of puree; double it if you want to store another cup. It will keep in the refrigerator up to 3 days, or you can freeze 1⁄4-cup portions in sealed plastic bags or small plastic containers.

Make-Ahead Recipe #2: Orange Puree

This makes about 2 cups of puree. Double the recipe if you want to store another cup of puree. Store in refrigerator up to 3 days, or freeze one-quarter cup portions in sealed baggies or small plastic containers.

- 1 medium sweet potato or yam, peeled and rough chopped;
- 3 medium to large carrots, peeled and sliced into thick chunks;
- 2-3 tablespoons water

> In a medium pot, cover carrots and potatoes with cold water and boil for about 20 minutes until yams, and especially the carrots, are very tender. If the carrots aren't thoroughly cooked, they'll leave telltale little nuggets of vegetables, which will reveal their presence (a gigantic NO-NO for the sneaky chef).

> Drain the potatoes and carrots and put them in the bowl of food processor with two tablespoons of water. Puree on high until smooth; no pieces of carrots or potatoes should remain. Stop occasionally to push the contents from the top to the bottom. If necessary, use the third tablespoon of water to make a smooth puree, but the less water the better.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Rugelach: A Hanukkah Favorite!

Celebrate the Festival of Lights with some delicious traditional recipes! The following recipes are kosher, but any substitutions can be made. Experiment with the fillings-different jams and fruits, nuts and spices...make this holiday favorite a new tradition!

Rugelach Three Ways
1 cup (2 sticks) parve margarine
8 ounces parve cream cheese, softened
2 cups plus 2 tablespoons all-purpose flour, plus extra for rolling out dough
1 tablespoon confectioners' sugar

Chocolate Filling
4 ounces parve chocolate chips
6 tablespoons parve whipping cream
1/4 pecan halves (optional)

Apricot and Cinnamon Filling
1 cup apricot jam or preserves
4 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

Orange and Pine Nut Filling
1/2 cup sweet orange marmalade
1/3 cup pine nuts

1. To make the dough: Place the margarine, cream cheese, flour, and confectioners' sugar in the bowl of a mixer or food processor fitted with a metal blade or stand mixer with a paddle and mix just until dough comes together. You can also mix the dough together by hand with a wooden spoon in a large bowl. 

2. Divide the dough in half and wrap each ball in plastic and flatten. Freeze 1 1/2 hours or overnight and then remove from freezer half an hour before using. The dough is ready to be rolled when you can press gently into it. If it gets too soft, put it back in the freezer to firm up.

3. Preheat the oven to 350°F. 

4. To roll out the rugelach, place a large sheet of parchment on the counter. Sprinkle some flour on the parchment, place one of the dough discs on the parchment, sprinkle again with flour, and then top with a second sheet of parchment. Rolling on top of the parchment, roll out the dough to 13 x 10 inches. Peel back the top parchment once or twice while rolling and sprinkle some more flour on the dough. Remove the top parchment but reserve for re-use. This portion of the dough is now ready to be filled with one of three fillings, or another filling of your choice. 

5. After filling the dough, Fold the right and left sides (the short sides) of the dough 1/2 inch in toward the center to keep the filling inside. Using the parchment to help you, roll the long side from the top toward you, working slowly and rolling as tightly as you can. 

6. Place the parchment you used on top of the dough when rolling it to line a cookie sheet. Place the loaf on the cookie sheet with the seam on the bottom and flatten slightly. Repeat for the other loaf.

7. Bake for 35 to 40 minutes, or until the top begins to brown. Let cool and then slice into 1-inch pieces. These can be frozen. I prefer to freeze the baked loaves and then slice them when ready to serve.

Chocolate Filling
Melt the chocolate chips on the stovetop or in the microwave, mixing often until the chocolate is smooth. Remove from heat, add cream, and mix well. If using pecans, place them in a plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin. Spread the chocolate mixture evenly on the dough all the way to the edges and then sprinkle with pecan pieces.

Apricot and Cinnamon Filling
Spread half the apricot jam or preserves evenly on the dough. Combine sugar and cinnamon in a small bowl and then sprinkle half on top of the jam.

Orange and Pine Nut Filling
Spread the orange marmalade over the dough and sprinkle on the pine nuts.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Homemade Candy Canes

Candy canes are a holiday favorite and with this recipe from, you can vary flavorings and minty flavor to suit your tastes!


3 cups granulated sugar
1 cup light corn syrup
1/4 cup water
1/2 tsp peppermint extract
A few drops of red food coloring
Plastic gloves


1. Prepare two cookie sheets by spraying them with nonstick cooking spray or covering them with a light layer of oil. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees.

2. Combine sugar, corn syrup, and water in a large saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring continuously, until the sugar dissolves. Insert a candy thermometer and continue cooking without stirring until the candy reaches 285 (soft-crack stage).

3. Once the proper temperature is reached, remove the candy from the heat immediately and stir in the mint extract. Pour half of the mixture onto the prepared cookie sheet and place it in the preheated oven to stay warm.

4. Add red food coloring to the remaining candy. Pour the candy out onto a marble slab or heat-safe cutting board. Allow it to sit briefly until it forms a “skin.”

5. Spray a bench scraper or heat-safe spatula with nonstick cooking spray, and use the tool to begin spreading the candy out and pushing it back together, working it across the board and allowing it to cool. Don’t forget to check out the instructions showing how to pull candy if you get confused about the process.

6. As soon as the candy is cool enough to handle (but still quite hot), begin to pull it.If you have never pulled candy before, check out the step-by-step photo instructions showing how to pull candy.
If you have plastic gloves, put them on and spray the gloves with nonstick cooking spray—this will help prevent overheated or burned hands. Take the candy in both hands and pull the hands in opposite directions, stretching the candy into a long rope. Bring the ends of the strands together and twist the candy into a rope, then pull the rope out into a long strand. Continue to twist and pull the candy until it has a satin-like finish and is an opaque red color. Once the candy is still pliable but barely warm, pull it into a strand about 2” thick, and place it on the remaining prepared baking sheet. Put this sheet back into the oven, turn off the heat, and remove the baking sheet with the other half of the candy syrup. The pulled candy will remaining pliable in the warm oven while you work the second portion.

7. Repeat the pulling procedure with the second, clear portion of candy. At the end, the candy should be a pearly white color. Form it into a log 2” in diameter, just like the red candy.

8. Remove the red candy from the oven. Cut a 5-inch segment from the white and the red log, and place them next to each other. Begin to pull the candies together, twisting gradually to form the familiar candy stripes. Once the twisted candy is the thickness you want, use oiled kitchen shears to cut them to approximately 8” lengths. Immediately form the hook at the top of the cane, and place it on a baking sheet to set at room temperature.

9. Repeat the twisting with the remaining candy. If the candy gets too hard to pull, place it in the warm oven for a few minutes to soften, but don’t let it sit too long and melt. The candy canes will get very hard at room temperature, but if left out for long periods of time they will get soft and sticky, so be sure to wrap them in cellophane once they are set.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Thanksgiving Tree for Kids

Thanksgiving Tree

When the turkey is history and the kids are restless, here is a craft from Amanda at that is easy and also has a great message!

You will need: 

Poster board
Construction Paper
Marker, Crayons or Colored Pencils

How to do it:

Cut a piece of brown construction paper into the shape of a tree trunk with branches. Glue the tree trunk to the poster board. Help the kids trace their hands onto the construction paper. In each hand, let them write things they are thankful for (or write for them) and cut out the hands. Glue the hands on the branches as leaves".

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Gluten Free Macaroni and Cheese!

Gluten Free Holidays

Holidays are a wonderful time to gather together and share in the joy of family. This means FOOD! If you have a gluten allergy or sensitivity in your family, try this awesome baked mac and cheese recipe...they are shure to thank you!


For the casserole:

12 oz gluten free penne pasta

For the sauce:

2 T light olive oil or butter
2 T sweet rice flour
2 1/2 c milk or soy milk
1 1/2 c shredded aged sharp or mellow cheddar cheese
3/4 c small curd cottage cheese
1/2 t sea salt
1/2 t Dijon or honey mustard
1/4 t freshly grated nutmeg
1-2 T dry sherry or white wine

For the topping:

1 c Crunchy Gluten Free Bread Crumbs
Sprinkle of dried basil and parsley


To pre cook pasta, bring a large pot of salted water to a rolling boil and partially cook the pasta- just to al dente. Drain pasta and rinse under cold water. Set aside.

In a sauce pan, heat olive oil to medium heat and whisk in flour. Cook for about 10 seconds and slowly add in milk. Keep stirring and bring it to a bubble and reduce heat to low. Add cheese, cottage cheese, nutmeg, salt and mustard. Stir. Add sherry or wine. Continue stirring and heating until the cheese melts, a couple of minutes. Remove from heat and set aside.

Pre heat oven to 350 degrees F.

Combine pasta and cheese sauce. Stir,
Sprinkle top of casserole with breadcrumbs and basil.

Bake at 350 for about 25 minutes until heated through.

Serves 4.

Thanks to the wonderful goddess at for this amazing recipe!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Kids and Computers

Whether we like it or not, kids and technology is a combination that is here to stay. With all the rewards that come with learning the ins and outs of computers and the internet, there are also quite a few risks.

The absolute best thing you can do as a parent is to set rules, as well as a good example. offers some good advice on the topic:

1. Set up a where. What areas are technology free in your household? Bedrooms are difficult to monitor after lights out so younger children may be better off with access to a computer in a study or office.

2. Definitely decide on a when. Mealtimes and other family times are important to spend together without interruption.

3. Get Internet savvy. offers some tools to limit what your kids can access online as well as limiting time spent on the internet as well.

4. Have an open discussion about what is and what is not allowed to be done online. Younger children will probably benefit from a safe list of what sites are allowed.

5. Follow your own rules! If mealtimes are off limits for technology, parents should lead by example! Obviously, there are some occupations that are not limited by set hours...but do your best to limit yourself as well.

6. Decide which social media sites will be allowed and which ones aren't. The USA requires children to be over 13 in order to create profiles on most sites that can be accessed by adults as well. Play by the rules and allow children to create only profiles on sites that are aimed at kids.

Above all, talk to your kids about the dangers that can be found online. Let them know that not everyone will be exactly who they say they are and giving out personal information can be dangerous.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Backpack and Car Snacks for Families on the Go!

We spend a lot of the time in the car. Sometimes several hours a day, with commutes and school and errands...

And kids get hungry. And cranky. And we can all be tempted by the many drive-throughs and convenience foods waiting patiently on every corner in America.

The problem is that we also know that very few of those foods are healthy or nutritious and although an occasional kids' meal isn't going to doom anyone to a life of unhealthiness, having a few yummy and healthy alternatives can be helpful too!

So, to avoid snack emergencies, keeping some non-perishable snacks in the car in a lunchbox or in the glove compartment can be the difference between a  quick, nutritious snack before dinner and another chicken nugget!

Snacks that don't need to be refrigerated:

  • Trail Mix
  • 100 Calories packs-although these are usually not the healthiest option, it's a better alternative than fast food
  • Peanut Butter packs
  • Raisins
  • Granola Bars
  • Dried Fruit without sugar
  • Cereal in snack bags
  • Crackers and Pretzels
  • If you are brave- pudding cups that don't need refrigeration
  • Popcorn
  • Fruit Snacks
Also, taking your children to the bulk section of the grocery store can be fun if you let them pick out a few snacks in small amounts to try! It's a good way to introduce them to new foods and avoid the "toy of the week" at the same time...Happy traveling!

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Halloween Costume Ideas for Toddlers

With Halloween around the corner, cute Halloween costumes are everywhere! From homemade to mail order, here are some of the most adorable costumes for toddlers that we could find!

gnome cape for toddlers
From PennyWitch on 
 Etsy. com has some amazing handmade items, from hats to capes and other accessories to head to toe unique costumes for your toddler. Since the shop owners have sometimes modeled the items for sale on their own children, they tend to be a little more practical!

One Step Ahead has a pretty big selection of costumes available for order...infants and toddlers.

The Spirit of Halloween has a gigantic selection of costumes for all shapes and sizes of infant and toddler. Their costumes tend to be more mainstream, but sometimes a little guy just wants a Spiderman costume!

If your toddler doesn't really have much interest in a full costume, there are a few accessories that can bring out the Halloween spirit in even the fussiest dresser!

  • Tutus and leotards
  • Feather Boas
  • Wands
  • Crowns and Jewelry
  • Crazy Socks!
  • White T-Shirts and fabric markers and they can make their own!

toddler scarecrow costume
The Spirit of Halloween Costume Shop

      Happy Halloween to all of our Families!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Playdough Recipes

Kids love playdough. It is a universal truth. And, just as universal truth worthy, is the fact that playdough gets left out, eaten, fed to the dogs, shoved in the couch cushions...and sooner rather than later, it's time to buy more!

But, it's even more fun to make your own- Here are some awesome tried and true playdough recipes that are  super easy to make!

Remember to store playdough in an airtight container to keep it fresh. You can also add a little vanilla to keep it smelling sweet!

Colored Playdough
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1/2 cup salt
  • 1 tablespoon cream of tartar
  • Food coloring
  • Saucepan
  • 1 cup flour
  1. Combine water, oil, salt, cream of tartar, and food coloring in a saucepan and heat until warm.
  2. Remove from heat and add flour.
  3. Stir, then knead until smooth. The cream of tartar makes this dough last 6 months or longer, so resist the temptation to omit this ingredient if you don't have it on hand.
  4. Store this dough in an airtight container or a Ziploc freezer bag.
Kool-Aid Playdough
  • 1/2 cup salt
  • 2 cups water
  • Saucepan
  • Food coloring, tempera powder, or Kool-Aid powder for color
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 2 cups sifted flour
  • 2 tablespoons alum
  1. Combine salt and water in saucepan and boil until salt dissolves.
  2. Remove from heat and tint with food coloring, tempera powder, or Kool-Aid.
  3. Add oil, flour, and alum.
  4. Knead until smooth.
  5. This dough will last 2 months or longer.
Salt Playdough
  • 1 cup salt
  • 1 cup water
  • 1/2 cup flour plus additional flour
  • Saucepan
  1. Mix salt, water, and flour in saucepan and cook over medium heat.
  2. Remove from heat when mixture is thick and rubbery.
  3. As the mixture cools, knead in enough flour to make the dough workable.

Thanks to for the awesome recipes!

Monday, September 24, 2012

Peanut Allergies in Preschool

          As a parent it can be challenging to find snacks that are peanut free. As more and more schools lean toward being completely peanut free this makes packing lunches and snacks difficult. Of course we want to include things that our children enjoy eating but we would also like those same snacks to offer some nutritional value. Here at The Children’s Center of Austin this is something we see our parents struggle with so we decided to investigate and find some peanut free snacks we know children love.
            As children continue to be diagnosed with severe peanut allergies many companies have begun to create peanut free snacks. Although it is possible to find processed snacks without nuts we have had great success at snack time when we offer fresh fruits and vegetables. These are a staple of The Children’s Center of Austin’s menu and the children continually enjoy everything from carrot sticks to strawberries. Not only do these snacks have the benefit of being nut free but the also provide fiber and many essential vitamins. Yogurt and cheese sticks are also always appreciated at our snack table. These healthy snacks offer a boost of calcium and protein that keeps our children going all afternoon.
            In the event that you need a snack on the run, sometimes fruit is not a viable option. In this event you can always use an easy on the go snack. We have found that our children love Goldfish and, lucky for us, these fish are made without any nut product. There are also many crackers that are nut free. Some of these include Ritz crackers, Nabisco saltines and Keebler Club crackers.
            If you’re looking for a sweeter on the go snack, we have found that many of our children love fruit snacks. They come in every size, shape, color and cartoon character you can imagine and many of them are made with 100% fruit juice. Some of the nut free brands we have discovered include: Fruit Roll Ups, Gushers, Scooby Doo fruit snacks, and Hi-C fruit snacks.
            There are many other options out there so if you need some new ideas for snack time try looking at We love snack time so we know our children do to and none of us want to eat the same things everyday. Variety is the spice of life so be sure to add some spice to your snack time.There are even fun, healthy kid inspired recipes like this one:
Allergy-Free Dessert Recipe: MockBuckeyes 
A peanut-free version for chocolate lovers!

Recipe Information  
Category: Candy
# of Servings: 30 candies
Recipe Created By: Cristi Schwamb

       Tbs  softened margarine or softened (or melted) coconut oil
       1/2  cup  sunflower seed butter such as Sunbutter®
       1  cup  sifted powdered sugar
       1  cup (approx)  semi-sweet chocolate chips

       Stir margarine, sunflower seed butter and powdered sugar together. If the mixture is too sticky to handle, you can knead in a little extra powdered sugar, one spoonful at a time, until the consistency is a bit firmer and doesn't make a mess all over your
       Divide dough into small balls. Refrigerate (or freeze) for a while so that they aren't so sticky. Put a glass measuring cup full of chocolate chips into microwave for a minute or so -- stirring every 30 seconds. Dip balls into melted chocolate and place on waxed paper. Chill until firm.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Which Sunscreen is Right for Your Child?

The sun is shining and the risk of getting a painful sun burn is high. So with that in mind, you go to buy your little one sunscreen to protect their delicate skin. There's only one problem... Which sunscreen is right for your child?

We have all gone to the store looking to pick up some sunscreen and it seems like there are a million options. There are sticks, sprays, creams and different crazy concoctions.So first thing's first... pick a sunscreen that is convenient for you to apply when needed. Some good things to look for when buying sunscreen for your child includes one that is fragrance free and hypoallergenic especially if your child has sensitive skin. Also, look for one that provides broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection (look for ingredients such as titanium dioxide, avobenzone or zinc oxide). Along with the heat comes sweat so make sure that it is also waterproof.

Try to beat the heat and the burn that can come along with it and pick a sunscreen that is right for your child. When in doubt, remember to call your pediatrician.

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Summer is just around the corner! Are you ready?

Can you believe that summer is just around the corner? The Children's Center of Austin is preparing for this year's summer camp! The curriculum coordinator and teachers are so excited about this year's theme entitled, "Summer Under the Rainbow". We have planned fun and exciting field trips, scavenger hunts to places such as Bob Bullock Museum, take a dip in our school swimming pool, and reconnect with friends from last summer!  The summer enrollment packets are ready and our space is limited.

 Please stop by the school today. Our school address is 6507 Jester Blvd, Building 2, Austin, Texas 78750 or give us a call at (512) 795-8300, and reserve your spot!

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

We Hope You Had a Great MLK Holiday

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we were here at Jester cleaning and refreshing our classrooms. There have been a lot of nasty germs going around, so it was the perfect day to deep clean and sanitize!