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Welcome to Summer – June News

From the Principal’s Desk…

Happy Summer to our family and friends! We are so excited to graduate over 50 children to Kindergarten ready for the next stage of their development. We are even more excited to move into our summer camp program and really provide the perfect balance of learning and play. Our summer camp calendars are filled with fun learning, a review of skills and a continued assessment of our children’s abilities and strengths. We completed our final Parent/Teacher Conferences and together with our parents we are in awe of all our Pre-K students accomplishments. Individual plans really allowed our educators to meet each child’s individual needs, and prepare them for the world. My hope is for the children to continue to build the joy of learning. For our children continuing on with us this summer, in small group sizes we will continue to build, practice and learn! Exploration takes over our summer days, along with imagination, pep rallies, and assemblies, in-house field trips and new to our program, field trips to museums, art studios and so much more!

I invite you to schedule a tour today. Visit us during one of our events this month and or give us a call to learn more about our school! Happy June!

Ms. Natalie Williams – Principal

Calendar of Events

June 1st Pre-K/VPK Masquerade Ball

June 4th: Pre-K/VPK Award Ceremony & Crossing Over Ceremony for classrooms (1-3)

June 5th: Pre-K/VPK Field Trip & Crossing Over Ceremony for classrooms (3-6)

June 6th: Independence Day (car line drop off)

June 7th: Last day of school/ Pre-K Graduation

June 8th: School Closed for Professional Development

June 11th-15th: Chef In the Making

June 18th – 22nd: Hands Around the World Camp Week

June 25th – 29th: Brain Games Camp Week


Check out our June Preschool Article:

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 Principal’s Vision:

My vision for my school, my enrolled children and families and teachers is to experience early childhood education on an infinite level of opportunities. I want every teacher to feel fully part of the process and I want them to introduce their children not only to our accreditation enriched curriculum but the things that their most passionate about. For my currently enrolled families I want them to feel connected. Fully connected to their child’s school through consistent communication, a variety of activities and events to build their relationship with their child, the school community and teachers. For the children that parents entrust us with, I want them to explore and build the joy of learning. I want them to laugh…out loud and feel love, nurture and care. I want to build their self esteem, give them confidence that all things are possible if you believe and to expose them to so many different concepts, skills and languages that sparks their interest and opens a new pathway to developing who they are as a student, a citizen of the world and a human being. I want them to be kind, disciplined and free spirited and I want them to make connections every day to the outside world. I want them to be themselves and know that being your authentic self makes you amazing!

School Mission Statement:

Chesterbrook Academy provides a safe, nurturing, academic enriched program where family partnerships and community involvement plays a major role in the overall success of each child. With a focus on personalized learning. Chesterbrook Academy provides a variety of enrichment’s and experiences in an environment designed to spark children’s interest and exploration.

All Natural All Organic Lunch Program
Yummy In My Tummy offers fresh, wholesome, and nutritious food that provides a healthy start, tastes great and is made to order. The children are offered organic and natural ingredients with “hidden”puree of fruits and vegetables. School lunches should be HEALTHY & YUMMY!

Sick Policy
The purpose of our sick policy is to reduce the spread of illness among children and to encourage full recuperation of sick children before they return to school. We depend on parents to assist us in maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all of our children.

We are Peanut/Nut FREE.
Please remember that due to the large number of students with peanut allergies, we are asking your help to keep the school peanut free.

School Uniforms
Students 3 to 5 year old are required to wear UNIFORM SHIRTS:

  • Uniform Shirts –  Navy Polo Shirt w/ School Logo
  • Khaki Shorts, Pants, or Skirts
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