Summer Camp News 6/21/19

Summer Camp is off to a great start! The children learned about Trash to Treasure (using the 3 R’s: Reuse, Recycle, Re-purpose). All of the preschool & older children participated in Wild Child’s program on Wednesday. See the photos below to check it out!

Next week is Bug Bonanza! We will have an in-house show on June 25 at 10:00am for all classes!

Important Reminders:

  • If your child has allergies, double check with the lead teacher to be sure everything is correct on our allergy report. If your child needs medication for allergies, be sure to bring it with a completed medication form.
  • If you have not signed up for Text Message Alerts via Remind, please do so.  We use this system if we need to send out a school-wide message or in case of emergency.  For instructions, click HERE
  • If you have not read the welcome letter that was sent out before camp started, it is important you do so at Summer Welcome Letter
  • For those signed up for Dance Class, there is no class next week

Remember, tuition for the week is due on the first day of your child’s attendance each week. Drop a check off in the tuition box to the left of the fish tank, or you can pay online if you’ve set up your account in the parent portal of Sandbox.

Bike days, water activities and walks to the park will start in July as the weather starts to cooperate!

Remember we are closed 7/4/19 and 7/5/19 for the Independence Day holiday!

Elementary: Pine Class

Older students held a can drive. You can still bring more in if you have them! They are learning that it’s important to recycle returnables and will use the proceeds towards purchasing art supplies OR having a pizza party at the end of summer!

They were also busy in the classroom starting their physical fitness routine, practicing yoga & learning to meditate (we are using an app called Headspace!)

In addition to their language & math workbooks, they are learning the basics of chess. This week we started with the Pawn Parade game where pawns are the only pieces used. Some students started learning our first Math Pentathlon game.

Finally, these students love arts & crafts! Lots of friendship bracelets, painting & more was enjoyed. Lots more to come there!

  1. Be sure to sign a field trip permission slip for walks to the park
  2. If your child reads, please bring an independent book labeled with their first and last name for them.

Preschool: Maple Class

The preschoolers were also busy learning about the 3R’s. Ms. Maya commented on how much they understood. They enjoyed the presentation from Wild Child and had a lot of good questions & comments for her!

The Maple Class is working all summer with the Montessori materials to keep their learning going. They are enjoying this and are so busy. They also get to use the Cedar Class for arts & crafts and it is fully stocked!

Toddler: Tulip Class

The Toddlers had a few new faces this week. Everyone is adjusting well. Our older Toddlers will be transitioning to preschool when able or will be moving to the Daffodil room (formerly the Infant room) with Ms. Ramya. We will notify you when we are getting ready for that transition.

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School News 6/7/19

Dear Families,

It is hard to believe that there is just one more week of the academic school year!

We will end the year on Friday, June 14th with a picnic from 9:00-12:00 at Heritage Park in Farmington Hills. The address is 24915 Farmington Road. Please bring a picnic lunch for your family! The splash pad opens at 10:00 am. We hope to see you there!

There are a few fun events planned for the childen to celebrate the last week of school:

Monday 6/10 is Crazy Hair Day

Tuesday 6/11 is Hat Day

Wednesday 6/12 is Mix and Match Day

Thursday is Pajama Day- your child is invited to bring their favorite book!

On Thursday we will “Celebrate the Children” with a special treat in the afternoon !

Summer camp begins on Monday, June 17. We are happy to apply sunscreen throughout the day. Please make sure that you have completed the Medication Permission and Instructions form and label your child’s sunscreen, no aerosol cans are permitted. Please apply the first application at home, thank you! Payment for the week is due on your child’s first day of the week.

Have a great weekend!

School News May 31,2019

Hello Families!

Thank you to the children in the Cedar, Maple and Pine rooms for their outstanding performances at last nights Spring Recital! Thank you to the teachers for all of their time and effort that was put into the performances, we have teachers that are great choreographers!

Thank you to families for participating in our Parent/Teacher conferences, we hope that you found them informative regarding your child’ school success!

Beginning on Monday, June 3rd, the children do not need to wear a uniform, some of the material is too warm to wear this time of year. Please make sure that children are wearing closed toe shoes for safety at school. If you would like to have sunscreen applied to your child during the day, please complete the permission form available in your child’s classroom.

On Friday, May 14 we will end the school year with a picnic celebration at Heritage Park in Farmington Hills. The fun will begin at 9:00 and end at 11:00. Please provide a picnice lunch for your family; a Splash Pad with foundtains and sprayers is inside of the park. Pease prepare your child for some fun water activitie! The address is 24915 Farmington Rd. between 10 and 11 Mile. The Spash Pad opens at 10:00 am.

In theToddler Classroom the theme this week was Rocks! The children enjoyed painting rocks and ivestigating the Rough and Smooth boards to experience their sense of touch and learn the feel of different textures. In Practical Life the teachers reviewed the process of unrolling and rolling a work rug- this helps a child build respect and responsibility in both their work and play. It also defines a work space as the child’s own and sets an intention of work. The children continue to use the extended cylinder blocks that were previously introduced. The children also engaged in basic yoga moves and enjoyed listening to “Over in the Ocean” and “Down by the Station”

In the Maple Room the math 45 layout was introduced in the vertical format. There was a discussion about the four seasons and the children were very interactive. The children continue to get through in the concepts they have learned throughout the year. We are proud of how well the children performed at the spring recital. The children continue to enjoy reading during the work cycle. In the Practical Life area zipping was reintroduced in small groups.

In the Pine Room we are reviewing most of our unit studies we have learned through the school year. The past week the children have been practicing for our recital. 
On Thursday all the children in school got to watch as we let the butterflies out of their habitat, it was very exciting as we released one at a time children clapped as they flew away. 
The children did a great job at the recital we are very proud of all of them.
Congratulations to our graduates, wish you the best in your new school.
Just a reminder no uniforms starting next week.
Have a great weekend 

This week in Cedar room children were reviewing the lessons that they learned throughout the year. Older children were improved their confidence on reading. We had a great opportunity to watch how butterflies were releasing to the atmosphere. Special thanks oi Ms. Dee for all your efforts. 
Thank you for all children who were participated for the spring concert and your hard work. You made the day success…!

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School News 5/24

Greetings Families!

Thank you to everyone that was able to participate in our Parent Night this week. The children enjoyed showing you their work and having you participate with them!

Next Thursday is our Spring Recital for the Preschool classrooms only. The center will close at 3:00 pm so everyone has time to prepare for this special event. The Recital is at the Novi Civic Center from 6:00-7:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

Parent/Teacher conferences are scheduled for Friday, May 31st. The center is closed for children. Please enjoy this opportunity to learn about your child’s progress this year.

Since the weather is (finally) warm, beginning June 3rd and throughout the summer the children DO NOT need to wear a uniform. The polo shirts are too warm for the children to wear during the warmer days.

In the Toddler Classroom the theme this week was insects and bugs. The chidlren enjoyed the books, “Icky Sticky Frog” and “Hello Ladybug, Hello Bee”. In Food Preparation the children prepared their own snacks from start to finish using the skills they have developed. This activity encourages the children to develop both independence and food preparation skills. The children were introduced to the larger knobbed cylinders. This material teaches visual discrimination of size and promotes fine motor skills, pincer grip and hand-eye coordination. This activity primarily engages the sense of touch and of sight. The children engaged in creating a bug using paint and plastic insects on paper. They also made firefly sun catchers using construction paper, glue and tissue paper. The children were introduced to different types of insects and bugs- the bee, ladybug, firefly, butterfly, and ant. We discussed the fact that insects provide useful services to mankind and the environment, they keep pests and insects in check and pollinate crops we rely on for food. Please note: the toddlers will not be participating in the Spring Recital. Please check your emails for upcoming events in June-Thank You!

In the Pine Room we are reviewing most of the work we have done throughout the school year. We had an exciting week, our butterflies came out of their cocoons on Monday and the children were very excited to watch them. We now have 7 butterflies. The children are exploring different bugs with the magnifying glass. The older children are finishing up with their continent book. Parents just a reminder about the outfits for the concert on the 30th: boys wear a plain white teeshirt with dark pants or shorts. Girls wear pink or purple tutus with a matching top. Thank you!

In the Cedar Room this week we talked about and watched a video clip about “Memorial Day”. The childen received a presentation on how to make secondary colors using primary colors. The children continue to work according to their respective levels and we are reviewing the lesson learned during this school year. The children are showing more and more interest with reading. We have been practicing for the Spring Recital and are excited to perform next week. Thank you to the parents that were able to participate in the Parent Night.

In the Maple Room the childen have been busy practicing for the Spring Recital, the children are looking forward to it! Thank you to all of the parents who were able to attend Parent Night. All the children are working at their level.



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School News- 5/17/19

Hello Families!

Please plan on attending our Parent Night(s) next week with your child; you will have the opportunity to “work” with your child as they show you some of their favorite work(s) from this school year! Cedar Room Parent Night is Tuesday, May 21, the Pine Room is Wednesday, May 22 and Maple Room is Thursday, May 23. Please join us from 6:00-7:00 pm.

The center will be closed on Monday, May 27 for the Memorial Day holiday! Have a safe and enjoyable long weekend!

Thursday, May 30th is our Spring Concert at the Novi Civic Center from 6:00-7:00 pm. We hope to see you there!

It was another busy week at Novi Woods Montessori!

In the Toddler Classroom the theme was flowers. The children learned the parts of the flower-petal, stem, leaves and buds. The children created a Hyacinth flower by painting with a bottle cap over a piece of construction paper. The children enjoyed listening to “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” and “Ebb and Flow”. Our Grace and Courtsey lesson involved saying please and thank you, being mindful, avoid talking with a mouth full of food, how to cough and sneeze, how to blow our nose, etc. These lessons will help the children through out their life to be respectful, compassionate and to be caring members of our society. The sensorial presentation was the pink tower-by using this material the child is able to understand the concept of “large” vs “small”. This activity also helps develop body control, as well as sizing, dimension, order and concentration. The children have also enjoyed running and playing outdoors in the nicer weather! Please make sure to label all of your child’s belongings. Thank You!!

In the Maple Room we have started practicing for our spring recital which is on May 30th. The children are excited to perform for family and friends.

The children are doing very well reviewing the concepts they have learned throughout the school year. Thank you to Ritu’s parents for donating materials to the classroom for her birthday. The older children are into reading and sentence formation. Bring a Parent to School Night is Thursday, May 23 for our classroom. We hope to see you there!

In the Pine Room we are continuing our study on Antarctica and penguins. The children have been practicing for the spring concert. We have been observing our caterpillars and most of them have gone into a coccoon so we will be putting them in the habitat today! The children are very excited as we will be observing them as they become beautiful butterflies. The children participated in banana cutting and learned portion control as they measured by spoonfuls. We also reinforced what to do when coughing and sneezing (cover and washing hands). The younger children are working more in the sensorial area and are learning more about sizes such as the pink tower and the brown stairs (smallest to biggest). In science we have been reviewing what we have learned throughout the year. For our Grace and Courtesy presentation we are practicing our manners by saying “excuse me” when we need to get by someone instead of pushing our way through. Parents- if you have any problems getting the outfits for the concert please let Ms. Dee know right away, again girls pink or purple tutu with the top to match and boys plain white t-shirt and dark pants or shorts. Ms. Dee does have some white t-shirts for sale for $2.00 each, She has size 6/8and size 4. You can look at them and if you need to purchase one just let one of the teachers know. Please feel free to take a look with your child at the caterpillar habitat but please remind your child to not touch as we do not want to disturb this delicate process. Just a reminder-Bring a Parent to school night is Wednesday, May 22 from 6:00-7:00 pm. Please only one parent to participate as we do not have enough space for both parents and your child. If you have any questions please contact one of the teachers. Have a great weekend! Pine Room Staff.

In the Cedar Room the children continued their study of Antartica and penguins. The childen are practicing for the spring concert which is Thursday, May 30th. If you are having trouble finding the outfit for the concert, please see Ms Aruna. The children are reviewing the math and science lessons they have learned througout the school year and continue to work on their favorite lessons each day. Please plan on attending our Bring Your Parent to School Night which is Tuesday, May 21 from 6:00-7:00 pm. Have a great weekend!



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School News 5/10/19

Hello Families! Please mark your calendar for our “Bring a Parent to School Night”! The Cedar Room will host this event on Tuesday, May 21, the Maple Room on Wednesday, May 22 and the Pine Room on May 23rd from 6:00-7:00 pm.

Our Spring Concert is Thursday, May 30 at the Novi Civic Center beginning at 6:00 pm.

In the Pine Room this week we continued our study of Antarctica, we watched a video on penguins. Ms. Linda from the Maple Room came to visit to tell us abut her trip to Australia. The children continue to practice for the Spring concert. We have been reviewing our hygiene habits as well as taking care of our plants and observing the caterpillars that are ready to make their cocoon. The children are working with color box 3, they are learning the different colors and how the colors go from darkest to lightest (color grading). The older children are working with division, skip counting, and multiplication. The younger children are continuing their work on numeral recognition.

Parents-for the recital attire for the children; boys can wear a plane white t-shirt and dark pants or shorts. The girls can wear pink or purple tutus with a top to match. For show and tell please try to bring something geared towards to the weekly theme. To all of our moms have a Happy Mother’s Day and a great weekend. Pine Room Staff.

In the Cedar Room we discussed Antarctica and penguins, the children watched a video on Antarctica. We had a discussion on Mother’s Day and learned the story behind it. We learned the story about “Ann Reaves Jarvis”. The children learned about different land forms on the earth and were presented the island, lake, cape and peninsula as a geography presentation.

In the Toddler Classroom the theme was the caterpillar. The children enjoyed hearing, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” and constructed a caterpillar on construction paper using a sponge and a ball to give the caterpillar effect. The children also learned the parts of an apple from stem, seeds, skin and flesh of the fruit. The children were curious to see the apples arranged on the plate, we discussed the different colors of apples, what color the seed is and how the fruit tastes. They enjoyed feeling the seeds, the skin and the stem. The Sensorial Presentation was the Colored Tablets. The purpose of this activity is to demonstrate the primary colors red, blue and yellow mix and form the secondary colors, green, orange and purple. The ability to identify color is considered a marker and milestone in a child’s cognitive process. The Practical Life presentation focused on cleaning up and putting work away when the work is finished. The children learn and develop good life skills, independence, and gross and fine motor skills. It also helps in the development of mental order, concentration and self direction.

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School News 4/29-5/3

Hello Families!

It has been a busy week this week, the children have been preparing for the Spring Concert on Thursday, May 31st. This special event is held at the Novi Civic Center from 6:00-7:00 pm. Please let your child’s teachers know if they WILL NOT be participating. The toddler classroom will not be participating.The children have also been preparing special “gifts” for moms for Mother’s Day which is Sunday, May 12th.

You still have time to enroll in both our Summer Camp Program and the Fall 2019 school year! We are excited about the summer camp projects we are planning and we are looking forward to another great school year!

Please mark your calendar for Monday, May 27th. This is Memorial Day and the center will be closed. The Spring Concert is Thursday, May 30 and Parent/Teacher Conferences are Friday, May 31st. The center is closed on this day.

This week in the Toddler Classroom the theme was Mother’s Day. The childen created handprint flowers. They enjoyed hearing, “In the Garden” and “Farmer Cat”. They also enjoyed the days they were able to be outside running, jumping and chasing each other. The children continue to work on juicing. They loved the taste of the fresh orange juice. They also worked with playdough and pasta (tube shaped) This activity encouarages children to manipulate and mould materials and it builds up their fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination. This is the purest sense of exploratory learning. The teachers presented several farm animal sounds to the children, oink, quack and moo. These sounds are simple for children to learn because they connect different senses including touch and sight. It is a language building block that prepare a child to speak, read, and write and it’s fun and engaging. Please label all your child’s containers, personal belongings and extra clothes. Please also include an ice pack in their lunch bag to keep food cool, this is a State of Michigan licensing rule. Thank you! Ms Evelyn will be on vacation starting Monday, May 6 and returning Monday, May 20. Substitutes that the children know will be working for Ms Evelyn each morning.

In the Pine Room this week the children finished their work with the continent of Australia. Starting in May the continent to be studied is Antartica. We viewed a video on Antartica and learned about how cold it is and that it is all ice. We began talking about pengins and read a book about penguins. The children have been practicing their dance for the the Spring Concert. There is a new addition to the classroom, Ms Dee refers to them as “her babies”, there are caterpillars in the classroom and the children will be observing them over the next several weeks as they turn into butterflies. The children watched a video on the life cycle of the butterfly, it was amazing watching and hearing the children discuss what they saw, a lot of “wow” and “ooh”s! We would like to thank Ms Jones for getting them for us. In our food preparation area the children have been doing orange juicing (this is a fine motor skill) and they get to drink the juice! Some of the children are working with the rough and smooth board while others are studying the globle and naming the continents. PLEASE remember that we are a nut free center, we are noticing that some children have nuts in their lunches. We are sending them home unopened, please be aware that we have a child in our classroom that has a nut allergy. Have a great weekend-The Pine Room Staff

In the Maple Room the children were shown how to prepare a sandwich out of cream cheese and crackers for the practical life snack. We are reviewing our planets, Mercury was discussed in detail. Antartica is the continent for the month of May. Penguins were introduced as part of the study, the children viewed a video on Antartica. The older children are being encouraged to read and everyone is working at their respective levels.

In the Cedar Room there was a recall discussion on Australia and a new discussion about Antartica. We reviewed the classroom ground rules and the children listened to , “Ms Nelson is Missing” and “Excuse Me”. The children have enjoyed preparing a special Mother’s Day gift! The older children are reviewing their studies on math and language while the younger children are studying according to their level.

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School News 4/22-26/2019

Hello Families!

The month of May will soon be upon us! Please mark your calendar for these important events: The center is closed on Monday, May 27 for Memorial Day, our Spring Concert is on Thursday, May 30 at the Novi Civic Center from 6:00-7:00 pm and Parent Teacher conferences are Friday, May 31st. As with our fall conferences, the center is closed for the day on the 31st.

This week in the Toddler Classroom the theme was Farm Animals. The children listened to the story, “Over in the Farm” and “Down by the Station”. The children worked to squeeze orange juice, this task helps them to develop control and build strength in their hands which will be required when learning to write. The children also explored the magnet sensory bin which is a great way to explore the science of magnets and the property of attraction, the children were able to discover these properties on their own. The class also participated in pretending to milk a cow (make sure to check out the pictures on Shutterfly!)followed by a discussion about where milk comes from. This activity helps children develop bilateral coordination, fine motot skills, grasp and hand strength.

In the Cedar Room this week the children engaged in a discussion about Earth Day and recyling. The children learned the many ways that we can help protect the environment. The children participated in an Earth Day project using child choice open-ended materials. They also engaged in a discussion about birds ,their habitat and the about the parts of a bird using three part cards. We watched a video clip about birds. Math lessons were given on fractions and subtraction for the older children.

In the Pine Room the children discussed different types of birds and continued their study of Australia. We also discussing Arbor Day and what it means, and watched a video clip about Arbor Day and planting trees. We read the books, “The Only way is Badger”, “The Best Nest” and Dr. Seuss “Oh Say You Can Say”. We have also been practicing our dances and songs for our concert. To listen to the songs you can go on youtube under just dance kids 2, Barbara Ann and The gummy bear song can be viewed. Please let us know if your child will participate, the concert is on May 30th. Have a great weekend- The Pine Room Staff.

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School News 4/15-18

Hello Families!

Part of this week the children enjoyed engaging in Easter activities, the favorite was dying the eggs although taking home an Easter treat bag was also a favorite!

Please remember that we are closed on Friday, April 19 for Good Friday. Enjoy the long weekend!

We had our first parenting seminar last Saturday morning. It was great to have like-minded parents come together and share ideas, recommendations and to learn a new discipline technique. Check out noviwoods.com/parenting to read our notes! Do you have a topic you’d like us to cover? Click HERE to let us know!

In the Pine Room this week we continued our unit study on Australia as well as continuing our discussion on the earth and recycling. We also continued our discussion about community helpers, who they are and what they do. The children worked on several Easter projects which included egg coloring, making baskets and cards for parents. We read, “Strictly No Elephants” and listened to audio books of “Peter Rabbit” and ” I Love You Grumpy Bunny”. The children continue to progress in multiplication and division. We would like to wish everyone a very Happy Easter, and remember that we are closed Good Friday. The Pine Room Staff.

In the Toddler Classroom the theme was Easter. The children enjoyed the books “Easter Bunny” and “Over in the Ocean”. The children enjoyed the experience of whisking-this activity is essential in practicing the muscles in the hands and arms and muscles for developing motor skills as well. The children continue to work on the rainbow arch activity. They love to use their imaginations as they construct buildings, tunnels, boats and create mazes. The children made a rabbit headband and colored eggs. The children enjoyed the process of dying the eggs, they were able to explore colors and mixing, texture (the egg) and cause and effect as the egg changes colors.

In the Maple Room this week the children enjoyed listening about Ms. Linda’s trip to Australia and New Zealand. She shared interesting facts about that continent. The topic discussed this week was Easter, the meaning behind Easter and Good Friday. The children dyed eggs, made a bunny mask and cut and pasted an Easter basket. The children continue with their regular work and are gaining confidence in the level that they are on.

In the Cedar Room the discussion on Australia continued. The children enjoyed watching a video on Australia. The week was also spend discussing Easter. The children dyed eggs, made Easter bags and also practiced for the spring concert.

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School News 4/8-12/19

Hello Families! Please plan on attending our annual science fair this evening between 5:30 and 6:30! The older children are very excited to present their science experiments!

You still have time to register for summer camp and the fall 2019 school year! We are actively recruiting new families, if you know of a family looking for a Montessori program, please send them our way!

In the Toddler Classroom this week the theme for the week is the Frog. The children enjoyed the books, “The Icky Sticky Frog” and the “Rain Forest Discoveries”. The children made frogs out of construction paper and were presented with the life cycle of the frog. This is a great way to help them understand the world around them and to connect with nature. The children participated in cutting a banana for snack. This is a simple food preparation activity that helps the children develop independence, while supportiing the their self-esteem and provides snack all in one! The Sensorial Presentation was the Rainbow Arch Activity-the children enjoyed exploring this activity. This is a fun way for them to build color recognition skills, creativity and imagination.

This week in the Maple Room the children learned about community helpers. We discussed different professions, doctors, teachers, fire fighters, lawyers, bus drivers, dentistis, ect. We also had a discussion about the various territories in Australia. We talked about the native people and aboriginal art. We talked about the kangaroo in detail. The children continue to work well at their respective levels, the older children are looking forward to the Science Fair this Friday.

In the Pine Room this week the study of Australia continued. The class also discussed earth day and recycling, watching a short video on recycling plastic bottles. The children enjoyed dancing to the song “London Bridge is Falling Down”, they listened to a book about recycling and “Mr. Happy”. The children are progressing very well in language, the older children are continuing with their sentence writing and reading skills. The children are also working on a balancing board with small blocks, they enjoy the challenge of figuring out how to make the board even on both sides so that it is balanced. The children are also working on parts of the kangaroo, making a kangaroo booklet There was a discussion about the Australian flag, the children were able to color the Australian flag. The classroom is also working on fractions! Have a great weekend everyone!- The Pine Room Staff

In the Cedar Room this week there was a discussion and learned various facts about the different animals that live in Australia; the kangaroo, koala bear, dingo, salt water crocodile and the emu. The children have practiced using the button, lace and snapping frames. The younger children have begun to make three letter words using the movable alphabet while the older children are reviewing their language lessons. The children are learning about community workers and how they contribute their service to the community. The older children are learning subtraction on the subtraction board and reviewing math lessons. The younger children are continuing their studies at their level. We are excited to see the older children present their science experiments this evening! Parents-please make sure to put an ice pack in your child’s lunch box.

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Registrations for Summer & Fall are open. If you register for Fall by April 1, 2019, you will receive a 2% discount off of the regular tuition prices!

Novi Woods Montessori is offering parenting seminars once a month on Saturdays at 10:00am.  There will be different topics and you can come to whenever you’re available!  Click on the link below.

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