Sponsored Post: Love a Lot Preschoolers Enjoy Summer Fun

On the way to swim class.

On a recent warm summer morning, a Love A Lot Preschool class headed out on a field trip to Seahorse Fitness for their weekly swimming lesson. The class of four and five-year-olds suited up in their home base at 21 Clinton Street and and excitedly trooped down Rivington Street to Masaryk Towers.  During the summer the youngsters have swimming lessons on Thursdays and a weekly soccer game on Tuesdays.

Gearing up.

The ten youngsters were accompanied by three Love A Lot teachers who kept a close watch on the group and helped them gear-up in preparation for the class.  Goggles were adjusted and swim caps were donned in anticipation of some good splashing.

Ready for class.

Once the class began, there were three more swim instructors on hand to give each child individual attention in the water.  After practicing their kicks, the group played on floating bars and paddled to each perch.

Fun in the pool.

Many in the class will be graduating out of Love A Lot at the end of the summer and heading to kindergarten.  The program directors are proud to emphasize that most of their preschoolers are accepted in to accelerated elementary school programs.  In the meantime, these young ones looked to be making the most of their summertime fun.

Love A Lot is currently accepting applications for fall.  They offer programs for infants, toddlers and pre-schoolers.  For more information, visit their website here, or call:

(For infants and toddlers at Suffolk Street Site):  212-529-2650
(For children ages 2-5 at Clinton Street Site): 212-792-5770

2 comments to Sponsored Post: Love a Lot Preschoolers Enjoy Summer Fun

  • Jay Stone

    My name is Jay Stone, owner of a janitorial supply company.  I have been servicing Love  A Lot for several years. In recent years collecting from Olga Bosio has been very difficult. As of February of 2011, Love A Lot has not paid any of my invoices. When asked why, Olga’s response is, I can hardly meet my payroll and I’ve had to close one of my schools. My company has had to try and collect these bills in civil court. This situation does not bode well for the prospective applicants and their families.

  • Anonymous

    Jay, I’m right there with you. I’ve been calling every day twice a day in regards to a bill she owes my client and she is never in the office or she has a very good staff of phone screeners.
    I dont understand how she gets away with this when she has a Preschool full of kids. Even when I ask for any type of management they tell me there is no one to take my calls. No management, what, with kids there. What happens if there is an emergency. I know she recieves gov funding, I’m contacting the state at this point or the labor board in regards to her lack of management.
    Good luck to you Jay, at this point I’m going to start leaving messages with neighbors and who ever I can to get a response from her.