A Note From Our Principal
The year is off to a great start so far and we’re enjoying spending the winter season with you and your children. This time of year our students spend extra time outdoors enjoying the beautiful weather, on our playgrounds and in our outdoor nature play area. We’re having a great time playing together!
We also want to extend a heartfelt welcome to the new families that joined us in January. Have a wonderful month and Happy Valentine’s Day!
Priority Enrollment for the 2020-2021 School Year
Are you planning on re-enrolling for the next school year? We hope so! Enrollment materials have been sent through e-mail. If you have not received anything and would like to, please contact us! Please return enrollment materials as soon as possible so that we can ensure your child has a spot secured. Our team in the office is available to address any questions or concerns you have.
Class Valentine’s Day Celebrations
Please be on the look-out for communication regarding how and when your child will be celebrating Valentine’s Day.
Our school will be closed on February 14th for professional development. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to learn, grow and improve ourselves.
Our school will be closed on February 17th for President’s Day. Enjoy your day with your families!
We love our parents!
Do you know any parents who have recently moved to the area, have a new 1 year old or are unhappy with their current preschool? We value our current parents and would love more families like yours at our school! Refer a new family to our school and your family could receive a free week of tuition. For more information, see Ms. Vici.
February 3rd—Parent Organization Meeting, 8:45 am, CDS campus
February 14th—School Closed for Professional Development
February 17th—School Closed for President’s Day
February 21st—Kids Heart Challenge
From Our Education Department
3 No-Bake Recipes to Make with Your Preschooler this Valentine’s Day
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your little one by making some easy, festive snacks together! Spending time in the kitchen is a great way for your child to practice counting, following instructions, measuring and using sequence words.
Below are three quick snacks that require no baking.
Make a delicious, healthy smoothie using a handful of ice, ½ cup raspberries, ½ cup strawberries, ½ banana, and 1 cup yogurt. Ask your child to wash and measure the produce, add the ingredients to the blender, and press the “on” button.
Valentine Snack Board
Go grocery shopping with your child and ask him to pick a few of his favorite fruits, vegetables, and cheeses. Use a small, heart-shaped cookie cutter and create a festive snack board together. Encourage him to sort the items and count each one as he adds it to the plate.
Chocolate Covered Pretzels
Gather pretzel rods, chocolate bars or candy melts, and assorted red, white and pink sprinkles. Melt the chocolate according to package directions. Ask your child to dip the pretzel rods into the melted chocolate and top with sprinkles. Place the pretzels on wax paper and allow to dry.