A Note From Your Principal
Summer is in full swing and we are having a great time teaching and learning with our students! We are so happy to be back in our school, and to hear the laughter and squeals of delight as students see their friends again. We have many fun adventures to take this summer. We plan to have sun filled days of exploration. The children will be challenged to try new things while making new friends. This month we are celebrating Independence Day and campers are jumping into action, playing games, exploring nature, being creative, and participating in other fun summer-themed activities. We look forward to all the red, white, and blue activities, and creations that happen this month. What adventures come to mind when thinking about summer? Well we have bubble play, color wars, splash days, splatter painting and so much more. We can’t wait to see what the rest of the summer holds for us. Thank you to all of our parents for supporting us during this transition and in these uncertain times. We do what we do because of you!
If you and your family are planning to take a vacation this summer keep in mind you may have earned a vacation credit. After six consecutive months of enrollment, your family receives a one week(of five consecutive days) of vacation. This means you can slip away for some fun in the sun and one time per year have a tuition free week. Be sure you let the management team know and that you fill a vacation slip out in order to receive the credit. if you are not sure if your family has a credit feel free to ask the office team members. This is to insure that your account is billed and charged correctly for that week.
Summer Camp Reminders
You should have received a copy of our summer calendar listing all upcoming activities and events. Changes will be communicated through Links 2 Home. If you have any questions about the events listed on the calendar feel free to reach out. We want to make sure your child is having days that are filled with fun, and exciting things to do. We look forwrad to seeing the ccreative ideas that the catheters have put in place come to life while working with the children.
July 3rd—CLOSED FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY
July 31st—Parent folders go home
- Please apply sunscreen each morning on your child. We will re apply in the afternoon before we head outside.
- We are providing water on the playground to keep hydrated while outdoors.
- A hat can be sent in for playground time.
- All sleep blankets, changes of clothes will be sent home daily.
- All lunches need to be fully disposable.
From Our Education Department