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June Newsletter

A Note from Our Principal  
Get ready for an epic summer! Our teachers and staff are busy planning a fun and unforgettable experience for our students. From sports and games to arts and crafts, we have something for everyone. We will be sharing more information soon via Links 2 Home about our upcoming events and activities. As always, we are here to answer any questions or concerns you may have.



Splash Days
Water play days are an exciting part of our summer camp experience and we can’t wait for your child to participate! Children should come to school in their swimsuits and bring a towel and a change of dry clothes. For the safety of your child/ren, open-toe shoes are not permitted. We will send out Water days out via email to know when they are being help.


We know how important protecting your child’s skin is from the summer sun. Please complete the Sunscreen Permission Form (see our front desk for a copy) and provide us with a non-aerosol sunscreen labeled with your child’s name and it cannot be expired.

Don’t Forget to Re-enroll for Next School Year!  

Thank you to our families who have already secured their re-enrollment for the upcoming school year. Our classrooms are filling quickly, and our teachers have already started to plan exciting new activities for next year. For those who have not yet registered, we urge you to complete the re-enrollment process as soon as possible to guarantee your child’s spot. Please let us know if you have any questions or need a copy of the Letter of Intent form to complete for the 2024/2025 school year. We look forward to another year of growth, learning, and fun together!


Cubby Refresh  
Please make sure to refresh the spare clothing in your child’s cubby. Take home anything that no longer fits and leave a spare set of well-fitting, weather-appropriate clothes.

Important Dates 

June 17th – Summer Camp Begins

June 16th – Father’s Day

June 19th- Closed for Juneteenth

June 28th – End-of-month folders go home

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