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November Newsletter

A Note From Our Principal

Fall is here! We hope that you all are enjoying the leaves changing to beautiful shades of yellow, orange, and red leaves on the trees.  If you are able, enjoy walks in your neighborhood and look at all the wonderful changes to the trees. Progress is certainly being made at our new school! Virtual tours are now being offered for families interested in joining us when the school opens in 2021. You will be able to meet with myself, learn out the school and you will also begin to receive updates on the progress of the school. We will have an in-person Open House on January 23rd from 10am – 1pm. Schedule your virtual or Open House tour today by calling 877-959-3738.



Natalia Turner



See What Our Parents Are Saying

In today’s connected world, many families turn to online reviews to learn more about the reputation of schools. You can read what current Chesterbrook Academy families are saying about our schools on Facebook, Google, Yelp and other online directories. The reviews are posted by current families of the school and provide you specific feedback about the management team, classrooms, and the curriculum.


Construction Updates

This month we added our coming soon banner to the side of the building. The inside of the building is coming along and we are very proud of the progress! Enjoy the pictures below!


New on Our Preschool Blog

4 New Thanksgiving Traditions To Start with Your Family This Year

Thanksgiving is one of the few times each year when families all get together to celebrate. Over the years, your family has probably developed traditions like going to a parade, hosting dinner for your extended family, or watching your favorite football team play.

The holiday may look different this year, but that shouldn’t stop you from starting special, new traditions. Below are some ideas to try.

  1. Explore a Thanksgiving-themed sensory bin

Sensory bins are great for preschoolers of all ages to explore the colors, scents and textures of the season. Grab an empty bin and fill with festive items, such as leaves, water, mini pumpkins, pinecones and dried corn cobs. Don’t forget to add cups, tongs and spoons for filling and dumping.

  1. Create a gratitude board

Provide your child with a large poster board, family photos, magazines, markers, glue stick, and child-safe scissors, if age appropriate. Encourage him to search for photos of the people and things he is most thankful for this year. Help him write the phrase “Gratitude Board” at the top of the board, cut out the pictures and glue them down.

  1. Make a new dish

Find a new recipe to try this year, maybe it’s a twist on the classic mashed potatoes or a yummy new fruit pie. Get your child involved by asking him to follow multi-step directions, such as scooping, mixing and pouring ingredients. While the food is cooking, show him how you set the table and encourage him to replicate.

  1. Connect with family far away

You’ve probably had your fair share of video calls this year, but make an exception on Thanksgiving. You might not be able to see all your extended family members in person for the holiday. Set up a video call to make everyone feel included in your holiday festivities.



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