Happy December Everyone!
The weather outside is frightful, but school is so delightful!
November was full of so many exciting days and events; such as, the Fire Department visit and Disney Day! In November we also celebrated Kindness Week and held a food drive for the South Jersey Food Bank. Thank you to all the families who donated items. Our PreK students helped count all the items donated to give. It totaled more then 200 items!! Thank you again!
December is going to be full of so much too! We have a list of exciting and festive days ahead!
Thank you again to all the families who completed our annual survey. We are taking a look at all the markers and comments to work on creating the best possible school for all of our families!
Some Dates to Remember:
November 28- December 6- Hanukkah
Happy Hanukkah to all that celebrate.
December 1- 10- Holiday Giving Event
Information to follow via Tadpoles
December 3- Fall Parent Reports Go Home
December 7- Pajama Day
Wear your comfy and cozy pajamas to school
December 16- Holiday Sing Program (Virtual)
Children will be performing holiday songs for the families. This will be done via ZOOM. Information to follow.
December 21– First Day of Winter
December 22- Holiday Sweater Day
Children will wear their fun holiday sweaters to school.
December 24- School Closed
School Closed in observance of Christmas Day
December 26- Kwanza
Happy Kwanza to all that celebrate.
December 31- School Closed
School Closed in observance of New Year’s Day
Lunch and Snacks (AM and PM) are provided daily for your convenience. As a reminder you are more then welcome to bring additional snacks/supplements as long as they are NUT FREE.
See December Menu HERE
As the weather is changing it is important to ensure that there are weather appropriate changes of clothing in your child’s cubby. This is a great time to switch the items out for new options. Reminder to label ALL items.
Flu Shor Reminder
This is just a friendly reminder that ALL children must receive their flu shot by December 31, 2021, unless there is a medical exemption (must be provided by your child’s pediatrician) or a religious exemption (dated/signed letter must be provided). Children who do not receive their flu shot or if documentation of immunization is not received by 12/31/21, may not return to school until the end of flu season (may return 4/1/21)or until documentation is received. **A helpful practice is to provide the updated record of immunizations each time your child receives shots to ensure our records are up-to- date during the annual immunization audit with the Burlington County Department of Health.**
Love Our School? Review Us!
In today’s connected world, many families turn to online reviews to learn more about the reputation of schools. Just a reminder that you can find our school on Facebook, Google, Yelp and other online directories. We’d love more families like yours, so please consider spreading the word about our school.
Thank you again for all of your support and we are excited for another exciting month ahead!