Past School Years
Park Commission April 2021 In-Person Activities
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Reading Enrichment Program
Gregory Elementary School Reading Enrichment...
4-H Virtual Afterschool Program
4-H Virtual Afterschool Program a collaboration...
Helping to End Hunger!
Morrisville Presbyterian Church continues to be...
Family Baking Holiday Cookies
Great Family Fun! Baking up Traditions! The...
Trunk or Treat
East Trenton Committee Trunk or Treat October...
Books and Treats
Most children who attend the Gregory School don’t have a safe place in their communities where they can enjoy the fun traditions of “Trick or Treat”.
Parents, grandparents, guardians gathered in the Gregory School Library for CCFA’s first Parent Cafe of this school year.
Walk in Your Child’s Footsteps
The Annual “Walk in Your Child’s Footsteps” Program is an event spearheaded by NJEA’s Families and Schools Together Work for Children
Back to School Night 2019
The Center for Child and Family Achievement (CCFA) participated in another successful “Back to School Night” at the Gregory School on September 28th.
Donuts for Dads
CCFA always looks forward to “Donuts for Dads” at the Gregory School.
NJ Employees Charitable Campaign
CCFA participated in New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign
Princeton Blairstown Camp
CCFA’s newest community partner is Princeton Blairstown.
Gregory School Graduation
CCFA celebrates with the Gregory School Class of 2019, the joy of seeing their educational accomplishments rewarded.
Hula Hoop Contest
CCFA sponsors Hula Hoop Contest at Gregory School Annual FunDay.
Christine’s Hope for Kids
The cherished legacy of Christine continues to impact the quality of life of countless numbers of children living in poverty!
Read to Achieve Book Festival
The 5th Annual Read to Achieve Book Festival was held on June 12th-14th, 2019 in conjunction with the school’s Fun Day.
1,000 Book Reading Challenge
CCFA promotes “Read to Achieve” to PreSchoolers who visited the Gregory School in preparation for Kindergarten in September.
Every child deserves a champion – an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.