Open Door Learning Center turns Five 

Open Door Learning Center turns Five 

Leesburg, Virginia – July 27, 2015 – On August 2, Paxton Campus’ Open Door Learning Center will celebrate its fifth anniversary.

Five years ago, Open Door Learning Center (ODLC) opened its doors for just one student. By 2013, 16 students were enrolled at ODLC. In the fall of 2015, ODLC will double in size when five highly qualified staff members welcome 32 students and five ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) students.

“It’s wonderful to see how much we’ve grown and see more people learning about our unique school. We’re so fortunate to have so many families in the community entrust our school with their child’s early education,” says Christine Favreaux, ODLC’s Administrative Director.

On August 3rd from 3:30-4:30 pm, a reception will be held to celebrate ODLC’s
anniversary and growth. All former and current students and families are invited to join
us in celebrating. Come see how the school has grown and check out ODLC’s brand new accessible playground. Light refreshments will be served.

ODLC is an accredited inclusive school for students, ages 2 to 7 years old, with and
without disabilities. Preschool, kindergarten and kindergarten enrichment programs are
offered. ODLC specializes in creating an inclusive and adaptable learning experience for all students and offers small teacher to student ratio, flexible scheduling and potty
training for all ages. ODLC provides hands-on learning and helps develop a child’s skills
in their natural environment,

Paxton Campus is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization that advocates for and provides
direct service to adults and children with disabilities, as well as their families and
caretakers, through its many programs: The Aurora School, Open Door Learning Center,ALLY Advocacy Center, STEP Up and Maggie’s Closet. Paxton’s very low 3.6%
overhead costs mean that almost 97 cents of every donated dollar goes back to our
programs.

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