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April News 2019

From the Principals office…
Spring has sprung some beautiful weather here at Discovery Isle! Speaking of beautiful weather, this month’s theme is all about “Loving Our Mother Earth”. Lady bugs, butterflies, recycling and growing gardens, The Lorax story time; we have so many exciting things planned this month to show our appreciation to our beautiful planet.
Our Spring Photos will be here April 16th to the 18th. A schedule will be posted on your child’s classroom door and flyers will be emailed to you.
In addition, this month, we will celebrate the “Week of the Young Child”. We are promoting Children’s Literacy and spreading this message to all the children in our community. We will be accepting donations of used and new books to give to the Polanski center and the Women’s Resource center..
And lastly, don’t forget all our fun “Spirit days” all month long! Show your creative side by having your child dress in the daily theme. We will have many contests all month long.
Until next month…. enjoy the weather and keep smilin’!

Discovery Isle Celebrity of the Month
Happy Birthday!
Ms. Josie- 4/25
Happy Anniversary!
Ms. Jamie- 4/16/07

Calling All School Age Children
Need somewhere fun to hang out all summer?
Discovery Isle Camp is the place to be!
Summer Camp Registration will
begin on Monday,
May 6th.
$25 deposit per camp week & your registration
paperwork to hold your spot!

Christy’s Crafty Corner
Today is Earth Day! Take time today (and everyday) to teach your kids the importance of treating our earth with kindness to preserve it for future generations! These are great Earth Day treats your child can help you make and assemble.

Earth Rice Crispy Treats
Supplies Need:
Rice Crispy Cereal follow the instructions and
ingredients needed on the box. Add Blue and Green Food Coloring.
Make the classic crisp rice cereal treat into an Earth Day celebration fit for kids, with the help of a little bit of food coloring.
Make two batches coloring one batch in blue and the second batch in green. Have children take half portion for each color and mold the treats into a circle. As you compress the two colors they will begin to swirl to look like tiny little earths. Share with friends and family. What a fun delicious treat for all.



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