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Welcome to Little Acres!  My name is Julie Avery also known as Miss Julie.  I have been at WACC for over twenty years and absolutely love teaching!  I have a bachelor’s degree from Chico State, and received my Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from St. Mary’s.  I continue my passion for learning with regards to how to better teach kids through professional development workshops.  When I am not teaching, I love going to the beach with my husband and 2 kids.  We are going to have a wonderful year together!

My name is Elliot Tiras and I am excited to be in the Little Acres program with your child!  I have been working in education for many years and have received my Multiple Subject Teaching Credential from Sonoma State University in 2009.  I have also been a youth soccer coach, private tutor, and personal trainer for children of all ages.  It is my hope that I can bring my unique set of talents to help foster growth, learning, and joyful interactions with your children in our Little Acres program. 

Give the Gift of Time

Kids Want the Gift of YOU this Holiday! I don’t mean you need to wrap yourself up in wrapping paper with a bow on your head and slide yourself under the Christmas tree or the glowing lights of the menorah. I want you to realize you are your child’s everything and time spent with you as their parent […]

Teaching Gratefulness

A couple of weeks ago, I took my two young children to Round Table for a fun end of season soccer party.  They both played at least $20 worth of arcade games, ate gooey pizza, played with friends, and finished off the night with certificates and cupcakes.  As we were walking to my car, my […]

Play Is Learning

“A child’s play is his work.” -Dr. Gary Landreth At Walnut Acres Children’s Center, this is a quote we take to heart! In our Junior Kindergarten program, we use play in all academic areas to promote learning. Besides practicing important social skills (like making friends and working out problems with each other), playing is essential […]

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