Honoring Leadership

Elmcrest youth, WCS, at the National Honor Society Induction. He was just another young man in residence at Elmcrest attending the campus school. But WCS showed a fierce dedication to excel academically. Given the opportunity to attend classes at Nottingham, he continued his climb to success in his studies while also demonstrating excellence in honesty, Read More »

Get on Your Golf Shoes!

Register your foursome for a day of fun, food, and prizes. Just a  few slots left. Join the players that help support the thousands of kids Elmcrest serves each year. Sign up here now! Kimber’s Invitational Golf Tournament - Elmcrest Children's Center Read More »

Snow?

Audrey and Leah donating snow pants and sleds to keep on hand for winter fun. That’s a big NO – at least for now. But next winter, the boys and girls at Elmcrest will be waiting for the white flakes to fall so they can use some new gifts. Recently, these two young women brought Read More »

Pages for Paws

Elmcrest youth reads to Chuck, the Service Dog, at Soule Library. Reading aloud can be overwhelming to a young child. On a recent Sunday, two of the small boys from EImcrest practiced their reading skills on a special listener, Chuck, the Service Dog. Soule Library encourages reluctant young readers to overcome their anxiety and boost Read More »

HAMILTON!

Social Studies never was more exciting!  This past weekend four Elmcrest students and their teacher attended a rousing production on historical figures and facts. Fun in social studies? They saw HAMILTON! This live performance of the Broadway musical for the past seven years has taken the country by storm. Their tickets were arranged by the Read More »

Give Back Earth Day

This past weekend, 25 young Elmcrest residents worked side by side with staff to clean up the campus grounds. Ms. Webb and Mr. Hubbard led the crews who raked, picked up branches, leaves, trash, and spread mulch for landscapes and topsoil, seed and hay for the lawn. Both staff day shifts worked from 8:30 AM Read More »