Parsippany Police visit children at Carousel of Learning Preschool


PARSIPPANY — On April 22, 2016, Captain John Wieners III and Patrolman Brian Conover from Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Department visited Carousel of Learning Preschool to talk with the students about the job of being a Police officer.

The children listening to the officers talking
The children listening to the officers

The children were so excited to meet real officers. This visit was a great way for the children to conclude their weekly theme about Community Helpers.

Carousel Of Learning offers a number of school readiness activities as well as a space to play and engage in socially. Your children can play safely in a fenced-in AstroTurf® playground where they can slide, climb, or play with our other outside equipment. They can also learn computer skills in their TechStars program.

When you need a child care center,  you need to know it uses effective methods to teach and encourage your child. Carousel of Learning uses an activity-based program that focuses on several different areas such as music, blocks, arts, science, exercise, dramatic play, and the home area. Your children learn by being physically and mentally involved in all of the activities.

Carousel of Learning uses a variety of activities to foster your child’s overall cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. It is their objective to learn the needs of the individuals in the program and to plan for the successful fulfillment of these needs. Positive development of the child’s image of self, is of prime importance in the program and is a priority in all aspects of program planning.

Carousel of Learning is located at 244 Kingston Road, Lake Parsippany. You can reach them by calling (973) 884-2052. Click here to view their website.

Captain John Wieners III and Officer Brian Conover at Carousel of Learning
Captain John Wieners III and Officer Brian Conover at Carousel of Learning