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Now enrolling for the 2021-2022 school year

Parent/Grandparent Reading Time

Outdoor Science

Learning about plants

Valentines Day Celebration

Upcoming Events

Back to School BBQ

August

Community Event - 4 pm to 6 pm

Teacher's In-Service Day

September 3, 2021

Labor Day

September 6, 2021

Closed

Thanksgiving

November 25-26, 2021

Closed

Christmas Program

December 7, 2021

5:30 pm

Christmas Service

TBD

6:00 pm

Christmas 

December 24, 2020

Closed

Upcoming Events

During the Summer

Outdoor Water Play

Playing outside is a great way for children to learn large motor skills. Adding water play provides hours of rich and valuable early childhood experiences to develop children's creativity and imagination. Water play is both enjoyable and educational. Helps  Children develop eye-hand coordination and math and science concepts. It also enhances social skills and encourages cooperation.

 

Weather permitting, we will have Water Day for all classes except for the infant room. Please bring a towe, swim suit and extra clothes for your child everyday. 

Mondays

Silly Hat Day

Silly hats make everyone smile, making them a fun theme for the day. The kids can wear a silly hat from home.  Check out Pinterest for some great craft ideas you can do with your child.

Tuesdays

Silly Sock Day

Silly socks make everyone smile, making them a fun theme for the day. The kids can wear a silly socks from home. This is also a great activity for parents! Check out Pinterest for some great craft ideas you can do with your child.

Wednesdays

Crazy Hair Day

The creative hairstyles on crazy hair day give everyone a good laugh. The kids are invited to come to preschool with their hair in a crazy or unusual style. This might include several ponytails all over the head, spiked hair, messy hair or temporary spray hair color in bright colors. The kids can show off their crazy hairstyles in a runway show where each child walks in front of the class, fashion show style. Check out Pinterest for some great craft ideas you can do with your child.

Thursdays

Backwards Day

The kids do everything backward on this themed day. Turning their shirts backwards and wearing a hat backwards are simple ways the kids can dress for the day. The normal preschool schedule also gets turned upside down, starting with your end-of-the-day routine and working backward to the normal opening activities

Fridays

Pajama Day

A pajama day lets the kids show off their favorite nighttime clothes. Pajamas, robes and slippers are good suggestions for the preschool students to dress for this crazy day. The kids can also bring in a blanket, pillow or favorite stuffed animal to emphasize the pajama day theme.