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WAY TO GO COOPER CITY CAMPERS who collected and donated more than 175 school supply items to ChildNet, a local nonprofit that aids foster care youth. Throughout the summer, campers held a donation drive to collect a variety of items, including backpacks, glue, pencils, crayons, markers, and notebooks. After the collection, campers organized the donations to prepare them for delivery to the organization. Through this initiative, campers learned the importance of spreading kindness and helping other children.

The school will be CLOSED
Monday, September 6th

Join us for our Virtual Speaker Series – “I’m Talking But They’re Not Listening” on Sept 30, 4 PM PST / 7 PM EST

Do you repeat yourself often, try multiple ways to get your child’s attention but find they are still not listening? You’re not alone. Parenting expert Susan Stone will share specific communication tools to improve your child’s ability to listen to, understand, and respond to requests. Register today at https://conta.cc/3jDn7AS.

4 Children’s Books that Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15) recognizes and celebrates the positive impact and contributions of Hispanic Americans. In honor of this month, we’ve rounded up four children’s books that you can read together with your preschooler that explore the culture and traditions of the Hispanic community.

  • Mango, Abuela, and Me by Meg Medina

Mango, Abuela, and Me is a heartwarming story about a grandmother and granddaughter relationship. Mia’s grandmother comes to visit Mia and her family, but she doesn’t speak English. With help from a parrot, Mia and her grandmother teach each other their languages and get to know each other more.

  • Alma and How She Got Her Name by Juana Martinez-Neal

Names are an important part of our identity, but Alma Sofia Esperanza Jose Pura Candela thinks hers is too long. After speaking with her father about her long name, she learns the history behind it and grows proud of her ancestry. This book teaches children about self-esteem and what makes them unique and special.

  • I Love Saturdays y Domingos by Alma Flor Ada

The little girl in this story has very exciting weekends. On Saturdays, she visits her Grandma and Grandpa who come from a European-American background. On Sundays, she visits her Abuelito and Abuelita who are Mexican American. Although the two sets of grandparents are different, the love for their granddaughter is the same.

  • What Can You Do with a Paleta? By Carmen Tafolla

The main character introduces readers to a paleta, a frozen, fruit-flavored treat, and all the fun things you can do with one. The vivid illustrations will keep your little one engaged as you read this book together. There is some Spanish used throughout, which helps children learn vocabulary while learning the importance of community and Hispanic heritage.

School Mission Statement:

Chesterbrook Academy provides a safe, nurturing, academically 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 programs and experiences in an environment designed to spark children’s interest and exploration.

A Powerful Connection to a Lifetime of Learning

Your children experience the perfect balance of learning and play in a safe, nurturing environment. Our Links to Learning (LTL) curriculum prepares them for kindergarten by introducing concepts in reading, math, art, music, and much more. You will receive progress updates, as well as ideas to continue learning at home.

Links 2 Home

You can expect to receive daily communication and pictures via email through our Links 2 Home program. And, we also encourage you to take a few moments each week to review your child’s classroom Links to Learning “Parent Board,” so you can “Link” to your child’s early education experiences. Posted are “Weekly Skills,” “Lesson Plan,” “Daily Schedule,” “Monthly Spanish” and “Learning Outcomes.”


The purpose of our sick policy is to reduce the spread of illness among our students 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.

Children may be sent home if they have any concerning symptoms. Also, a child must be free of all of these symptoms for at least 24 hours before he/she can return to school. These symptoms include:

  • Due to the increase of confirmed covid cases in Florida, specifically amongst children, we highly recommend that students who are two years and older cover their nose and mouth with a face covering when indoors on our premises. Face coverings can be removed while eating, drinking, or sleeping; and when individuals are outdoors.
  • Fever of 100 degrees or
  • Vomiting within the previous 24-hour period
  • Diarrhea within the previous 24-hour period
  • Symptoms of a communicable disease
  • Fussy, cranky behavior and not himself/ herself

Following an illness, a child may return to school once he/she has either been seen by a doctor or it has been determined that illness is not contagious. (A doctor’s clearance may be requested.) Please help us keep all of our children healthy by following these rules. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know. Thank you for your support!

TUITION: Tuition is due the 1st business day of every month. Accounts not paid in full by 12:00 pm the fifth business day of every month will automatically receive a late fee of $30. If you’d like to sign up for our ACH program, which automatically pulls your monthly tuition from the account of your choice on the 1st business day of every month, just let us know, and we will help get you enrolled.

ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS FEES: During this time, we will NOT BE HOSTING any enrichment classes.

School Uniforms Required for Intermediate and Pre-K Student

You can purchase at the following website:

http://hollywoodcb233.qbstores.com – NAVY POLO ONLY (while supplies last)

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