July 2021

Welcome, August! We are ready to have fun! This month the preschool/pre k room will finish off the last month of their summer program. Each week is a new theme with tons of fun like; “music and movement”, “in the deep blue sea” and “recycled art”. The infant room will go back into prehistoric times and learn about Dinosaurs! Activities like “melting dinosaurs from ice, whip cream, and dinosaurs, digging for dinosaur bones, making dinosaur collages and pop the dinosaur egg game, will be so much fun. At the very end of the month, we'll cool off by having a school picnic in the church garden and eating homemade popsicles. We look forward to the planned fun in August!

Dates to Remember

August 31st– School picnic on campus (please bring an extra picnic blanket if you have one)
Sept 2nd & 3rd– Closed for professional development day
September 6th– Labor day school closed

Looking Back

In July, the preschool/pre k room continued with their summer program fun. Each week the children had new topics to explore. “Cooking with Kids” week was so much fun! The children made homemade apple sauce, banana & zucchini muffins, cinnamon toast, and even a whole classroom pizza! So delicious by the way!

In the infant /toddler room, the children learned about ocean animals and explored many water table sensory activities. We even made edible ocean parfaits! Those were so yummy and fun to make!


  • We are still required to wear face masks or coverings while entering all facilities.

  • Staff will conduct daily health checks of children which includes taking their temperature and a quick questionnaire

  • Parents are asked to remain outside of the classroom while dropping off or picking up their child

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Facepaint Fridays are here!

We’re trying out “Facepaint Friday” this month as something for children to look forward to at the end of the week. Each classroom will have a set of washable face paint to paint a small animal or insect items on the student’s hand, arm, or cheek with your permission.