Newsletter

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season!!!  We wish everyone a Happy New Year filled with good health and happiness.  We look forward to watching our “3/4’s” as they enjoy their friends and learn through new experiences.

 

January Theme:   This month we will have fun in the snow (Arizona style), learn about different animal habitats, and animals that hibernate. Did you know that our home is a habitat? Well, it is! We’ll make snowflakes, snowmen/women and ice sculptures. It should be a chilly-silly month. We will also talk about woodlands, Arizona deserts, and ocean life.

 


: White and  Diamond

 

SCULPTURE AND MITTEN DAY AND EARLY DISMISSAL - January 15 Please freeze water in empty yogurt containers, butter containers, etc.  Send your child to school with the frozen containers and we will see what we can build.  January 15th is also Mitten Day…every child needs to bring a pair of mittens or gloves.  PLEASE PUT YOUR CHILD’S NAME ON THEM.  We will be using these for games and to keep our hands warm building our ice sculptures.  ALSO REMEMBER you may want to pick up your child around 11:00 and 11:15 to avoid traffic.

 

MARTIN LUTHER KING JUNIOR DAY- No school

 

PRESCHOOL CONFERENCES NO SCHOOL Look for the SignUp Genius. We will have ten-minute time slots for each student.  If these times don’t work for your schedule, please contact us and we will come up with an alternate time.  We have been assessing your children and we should be able to give you a good idea of their progress and any areas of concern.  Please keep in mind that they are “3” and our assessments are age appropriate.

 

Get ready for the next few months of school.  Your children have settled into the daily routine and are ready to soar!!  You will see big changes in them in the next few months.  The future is exciting!

 

Ms. Lo