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April Newsletter 2022

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 including our Science Fridays. This month we will continue the letters of the alphabet.  Other topics for the month include rhyming, St. Patrick’s Day fun, and Spring Crafts. 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.  

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March Newsletter 2022

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 including our Science Fridays. This month we will continue the letters of the alphabet.  Other topics for the month include rhyming, St. Patrick’s Day fun, and Spring Crafts. 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.  

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February Newsletter 2022

At Discovering Me Nursery School February is a month of feelings and love. At school we will focus on teaching the children to love, respect, and care for one another. This month we will continue our emphasis on the letters of the alphabet—sight and sound recognition. Our lessons will incorporate Black History Month, Ground Hog Day, Chinese New Year, Lincoln’s & Washington’s Birthday, President’s Day and Valentine’s crafts. February is also Dental Health Month so we will have lessons on dental health and possibly a visit from the dentist.

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January Newsletter 2022

Well, we made it through the holidays! We hope every family had a wonderful time and we wish the best for you in the New Year. The staff and I would like to thank you for the many gifts and cards we received. Each and every one was special. January is a busy month at school. This month’s topics include a review of shapes, colors & numbers, the start of our study of the letters of the alphabet (keep an eye out for special letter days!), Martin Luther King, Jr., arctic animals and winter activities and special concepts.  

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December Newsletter 2021

We hope everyone enjoyed Thanksgiving. Now it’s on to our Winter Holidays —Hanukkah, Christmas & Kwanzaa. That means there’s lots of seasonal festivities and fun in our classroom! This month will be an exciting time for your child. During the coming weeks, we will continue our number lessons; learn about customs and traditions of holiday celebrations as well as the start of winter. Your child will bring home projects, crafts, decorations and wonderful stories to share with you. Don’t forget to ask your child about Science Fridays.

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November Newsletter 2021

Dear Parents,
October is a calmer month now that the children have settled into the program and have become comfortable being here. This will just keep getting better and better.

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October Newsletter 2021

Dear Parents,
October is a calmer month now that the children have settled into the program and have become comfortable being here. This will just keep getting better and better.

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September 2021 Newsletter

September is always such an exciting month for teachers and children alike. It’s a month of new beginnings—new surroundings, new friends, new experiences, new skills, new challenges!

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June 2021 Newsletter

As we are reaching the end of the 2020-2021 academic year we hope you and your child had as much fun in the program as we did in presenting it. It is hard to believe it’s already June. It has been an exciting year! For the children returning in September or spending the summer with us we have exciting activities planned. To those of you whose children are graduating, we hope that they had a fun & wonderful learning experience. We will certainly miss all of you.

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