A Word From Our Directors
Thank you to everyone who participated in “I Love Books Month”. We hope your family enjoyed reading with your child. We will have a school wide celebration on the lawn with a sweet treat and the reading of the favorite book from each class. We will also announce the total number of books read at home and school.
The first signs of Spring are already in the air with daffodils and fruit trees blooming. The longer warmer days will be wonderful. Easter is the focus in our classrooms this month. The Scripture of the Month is, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever”, Hebrews 13:8. It is a wonderful blessing to teach children about new life through Jesus Christ as they see new life around them. We will have an Easter egg hunt on the playground for all the children after our Easter chapels, March 30th31st. The Joy of the Lord is our strength and song and we are thankful for all our blessings!
Our annual eye-screening will be this month. It is very basic but has caught some eyesight problems in the past. The Spirit Days this month are Western/Cowboy days. Everyone can wear their boots, hats or bandanas. RainbowDayswillbeMarch16th and17th. Thechildren have heard the story of Noah’s ark and know the rainbow reminds us that God loves each one of us. Everyone can wear their favorite color and we will have a special rainbow snack and activities on the playground to celebrate. Parent Teacher Conferences will be Thursday, Friday April 2nd and 3rd. There is no school on those days, but childcare is provided during your child’s conference. Registration forms for next school year and summer school will be available at your conference. Registration for the 2020-2021 school year will begin TUESDAY April 14th for children of returning families. Please return your registration forms promptly to ensure your child’s spot for next year.
Bear Hugs, Rhonda Graef and Melanie Barber
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