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Foundations Child Care & School Blog

Foundations School blog covers a range of topics relating to the care and education of young children, with special focus on development, brain research, and progressive education.

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Lynn McKinnon graduated with Honors from Kennesaw State University in 2003, and then created and opened Foundations for the Future Creative Child Care & School one year later in 2004. Lynn has a passion for learning, continuously searching out information and applying it to the care and education of young children.

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Ms. Kolt Bloxson provides professional development for Foundations for the Future School, and she supports beginning teachers in the Masters of Arts in the teaching program at Georgia State University. She teaches courses on mathematics instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels and is working on her doctorate degree. She is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA where she was born and raised. She has been the recipient of several scholarships and awards including a Presidential Academic Award, being recognized as her university's Woman of the Decade for '00-'10, and was named an Arthur Ashe scholar athlete. She believes in the power of education and empowering all children to be lifelong learners.

Laurie Massaglia loves creating and growing small businesses, helping them to achieve success while providing valuable community services. As an owner of Foundations School in Kennesaw, Laurie keeps the business directed at the goal of providing the best environment for the children, teachers, and parents. Laurie has a large extended family, and loves being a part of the even larger Foundations family.

Rebecca joined Foundations in 2006 as a teacher, then shifted to part time Administrator and worked her way into the Business Director position. She enjoy the challenge of working with all the financial aspects of running a growing school with over 200 families.