March Newsletter

Dear Parents,

Three more weeks and spring will finally be here. We have a very busy month ahead of us with Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, a favorite author of ours, St. Patrick’s Day, the arrival of spring and many other fun activities.

This month we will continue the letters of the alphabet and complete our lessons on opposites. Other topics for the month include St. Patrick’s Day fun, spring projects and rhyming. The change in weather in March as well as the arrival of spring will lead to all kinds of science lessons that the children love to do.

Our summer program still has a few openings. It provides a happy and relaxed environment where your child can continue to develop important social skills while enjoying outdoor play. If you are thinking about sending your child and have not registered as of yet, please do so as soon as possible. If you have registered for summer camp and/or September and have not paid the registration fee/fees they must be paid now. Thanks.

Hopefully the weather will start getting warmer, so please dress your child appropriately for outdoor play – sneakers, jeans, rubber soled shoes — NO party shoes, NO party dresses and NO sandals – safety comes before fashion. Thanks!

Just a few reminders:

If you have not returned your child’s report as of yet please do so now – we need it for June’s progress report. At that time you will be able to keep them.

Please check your child’s bin of clothes to make sure they have a change of clothes – some are empty. Also note that some children have outgrown the clothes from September or the clothes are not appropriate for the coming weather.

Sunday, March 12th is Daylight Savings – remember to set your clocks ahead one hour.

Friday, March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day – don’t forget to wear green.

Show –n- Tell is Tuesday, March 28th.

As always, if you have any questions please give us a call.


Carol, Laurie and Staff

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