February 12th, 2021: Valentine’s Celebration : *Students will celebrate Valentine’s during the day. We would like your help by being creative and writing a card to your child about how special they are to you. Each card will be read aloud during circle time to the students. Students may also bring a treat to share with the class. (cards, pencils, individually wrapped treats)
February 19th, 2021 : Pajama day!
February 26th, 2021: Virtual Curriculum Day ( Join us on zoom and watch students complete work they have mastered in the classroom)
Attention!! For Inclement Weather Please Sign Up For Remind!!!
ATTENTION! With the weather changing please bring appropriate outside clothing, (coat, hat, gloves and closed toe shoes). It will beneficial to leave a pair of gloves and hat at the school.
WELCOME TO ALL OUR NEW FAMILIES!!!!!!
We want to make sure our students are focused and ready for learning. Please make sure that students are at school no later than 8:30 am for morning instruction.
Due to covid-19, drop off and pick up will resume at the front door. In order for a smooth transition please be prompt for pick times 11:30 am / 3:30pm , students will be in corridor. Extended fees begin five minutes after end time.
If you wish to have a copy of your student’s progress progress report please contact the office.
Open Registration Period for the 21/22 summer camp and academic school year is open for existing student only until Feb 28, 2021! After this date, we will open registration to new students. Space is filled on a first-come-first-serve basis so please register before this date to ensure your spot.
Our students were excited to be back back in the swing of school for January. January’s theme was Antarctica.
Sensorial: Students have learned the basics, now we are learning about extensions. Sensorial builds our students order, concentration, coordination and independence.
Landforms for January : Peninsula & Gulf
Math: It is awesome to see all our wonderful students grasping new concepts in math.
Cultural Science : Dr. Martin Luther King & Chinese New Year ( Peace Celebration)… Students talked about what Peace in the world looks like to them, they attached doves, stars, fish, and flowers to our “peace tree”. “Peace through the eyes of a child, will bring peace to all humanity.”
How can you help at home???
Remember to allow your child time to decompress after school. Wait until dinner, bath time, or bed time to ask these questions…..
What is a peninsula?
What is a gulf?
What season does is snow in?
Can you tell me about Antarctica?
What did you work on in math today?
What did you work on in the language area today?