A Word From Our Directors
We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and restful break. The children and teachers enjoyed and appreciated the Thanksgiving Feast put on by our Parent Club. We are so happy the children were able to attend this annual event during the pandemic. Learning about kindness and friendship and the importance of a thankful heart is more important now than ever. Thank you, Maria Irwin, Christine Brouillet and Hugo Frausto, for organizing and preparing such a festive morning for us.
The classrooms are busy preparing for Christmas. The Scripture of the Month is, “The Savior, Messiah, The Lord, has been born tonight in Bethlehem”, Luke 2:11. The children will learn about the birth of Jesus through stories, art projects, dramatic play and songs. We will also learn about the meaning of Christmas in our chapels. The traditional Christmas Chapel will probably be modified in some way and we will keep you posted as the time nears and the regulations of the day are in place.
This year may not have as many traditional Christmas programs in the community, but you can still create family traditions at home. Young children enjoy simple activities such as baking and decorating cookies and making Christmas cards for family members. These simple activities will become treasured memories about how you celebrated the joy of Jesus’ birth in an uncertain time in history. We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and will see you next year when we return to school in a hopefully more settled time.
Rhonda Graef and Melanie Barber
Healthy Schools Act
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