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Kids Drawing


May 2023

Dear Families,

Can you believe it is already our last month of school? We are so thankful Mohave enjoyed your children all year. We are also thankful for the dedicated teachers and staff and the wonderful environment they create at our school every day.

A big thank you goes out to the Parent Club for the many activities and support they provided for the school, children, families and community. Another word of thanks goes to our dedicated school board members who continue to prayerfully guide our preschool forward. We also very much appreciate the SYV Presbyterian Church for our beautiful camps. We are blessed indeed. Thank you to all of you who participated in the Trike-a-Thon. The Parent C Lub set up an adorable obstacle course complete with a "car wash". The children had a great time riding their bikes, trikes and scooters and eating the yummy popcorn and celery race cars. The playground was busy celebrating Earth Day by making recycled art and learning about the importance of worms and insects to our environment. The dads and kids who were able to make Donuts with Dads had a great time too!


The four-year-old classes will walk to Adams Farm and be treated to a tour of the working farm by Judy Adams and Melissa Diggins. This long-standing tradition is a highlight every year. Mother's Day Tea is always delightful, and this year should be no exception. The children and teachers have been working hard getting this ready.

The Bear Picnic and Chapel are a wonderful way to end the school year. We will meet with each class sharing a favorite song. Allison Firey, our website coordinator, has selected photos from all year to make a slideshow for us. The picnic on the playground will follow immediately after. 

After seven years as co-directors, we thank you for your continued support from our "temporary" beginning through Covid until today. We welcome Jody Carmichael as the new preschool Director. Mrs. Barber will continue to teach and be a support to Jody.

With Love and Bear Hugs,

Rhonda Graef and Melanie Barber


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