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August News

Can you believe it; we are in the last month of summer, but before we welcome fall we have a couple of super fun summer activities still planned:

• Aug. 7th: Wear your favorite football team’s jersey to kick off the Pre-season!
• Aug. 11th: Gack Attack! Join us for a slimy day
• Aug. 21st: Pajama Day– wear your pj’s to school!
• Aug. 26th: Wiggle your toes day. Wear sandals today
• Aug 31st: Back to school for our Elementary students

This Friday, August 7th show off your favorite football teams jersey by wearing them to school!
For over a year now we have been back and forth with our corporate office in trying to arrange new fencing for our school. We are excited to announce that this month we will be beginning construction for ALL new fencing!!We will be installing white vinyl privacy fencing around the entire school 
Now with that please bare with us through the construction, as it will take a couple weeks. Thank you for your understanding and we will keep you updated with the progress.


School will be closed Monday, September 7th Labor Day.
Please remember to make sure to sign your child in and out each day. In case of emergency, we use the sign in and out sheets to confirm who is in our care. In addition, Community Care Licensing requires a parent’s full signature in and out.
Your child should not be brought to the center if, within the last 24 hours, the child has had a fever, diarrhea, a yellow or green runny nose, or other illnesses that could be given to children or teachers. Therefore, it is important that you have some kind of alternate care for your child on such occasions. The center should be notified immediately if your child has contracted one of the communicable childhood diseases such as: measles, chicken pox or mumps. We can then inform other parents of the symptoms so they can watch for them in their children. Discovery isle encourages safeguarding the health of young children by requesting parents to follow certain guidelines when deciding if a child is well enough to attend the center.
Thank you for your help in keeping our school a safe and healthy environment

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