From the Front Office
Wow, it’s hard to believe we are half way through the year already. June is a month of transitions, with some children moving up to the next class, and some children graduating and moving on to new schools.
On top of that, the last day for our school agers is the 20th and summer camp begins on the 26th. Make sure you are signed up for a ton of summer fun!
Pre-school is off to summer fun as well, with sports day on the 2nd, twinsie day on the 6th, beach clothes day on the 21st, and crazy hair day on the 28th. It’s going to be a super summer!
Lastly, many families will be taking vacations and time off for the summer. May you all have a safe and joyous summer. Thank you for letting us care for your children; we will miss you and always be here for you. It’s so amazing watching the children grow and learn. We have the best jobs in the world!
Christy and Tina
World Environment Day-6th
Donuts for Dad/Mustache Day-16th
Last Day of School Age-20th
Beach Clothes Day-21st
Crazy Hair Day-28th
Discovery Isle Closed-30th
Ms. Shelly- 15 years on the 26th
Ms. Vanessa-1 year on the 27th
Ms. Teresa- 6/9
Tina’s Reading Corner
This month’s author is a recipient of the International Hans Christian Andersen award, the highest recognition available to creators of children’s books. Anthony Browne believes that both pictures and words should be read. His illustrations are both realistic and surrealistic complete with visual puns. His stories are written to challenge perceptions and provoke thoughts and discussions. Furthermore, his readers are encouraged to use their imaginations and be creative. Here are some of my favorite Anthony Browne books.
Voices in the Park
Willie the Dreamer
Willy and Hugh
Through the Magic Mirror
Hats Off to the Class of 2017!
Announcing Pre-K Graduation!
When: June 15, 2017
Time: 3:00-4:00 P.M.
Where: Discovery Isle Back Playground
Please have children wear Lego colors: red, yellow, blue, or green!
Cake and drinks will be served following the ceremony.
Fathers’ Day Donuts for Dad!
Check your child’s class for times and more details.
You Rock Dad Art
Here is a fun and easy craft idea for Father’s Day. Gather different sizes and shapes of rocks. Use acrylic paints and paint pens to decorate the cacti. Use any type of base, like a clay planter, and place soil in the bottom. Arrange the dried rocks in the planter and there you have it. Another rock art variation is to paint each letter of your surname on a rock and place them in your garden. Dad will beam with pride every time he sees what his little ones made for him.