Weekly Update 4/12/13


  • Thursday, April 18th  – Annual visit from Officer Tony
  • Tuesday, April 23rd & Wednesday, April 24th –  School Pictures
  • Thursday, April 25th – Final tuition payment due for the 2013/2014 school year, bills will be sent home. Please pay on time to avoid a late fee!


CAMP Spaces are still available for the 4 & 5 day programs. We will honor the 10% discount until the end of April.

Openings for September – Limited spaces still available in both Toddler and 3’s P.M. classes only. Call for more information at 516-767-7020

After-School Enrichment Enrollment forms were sent home this week, please check backpacks. The 6 week Spring Enrichment classes will begin on Monday, April 22nd.

Soccer Shots – A free soccer clinic will be held next week for all the children.



This week we worked on our fine motor skills. We squeezed glue onto the center of a paper plate then rolled tissue paper and created BEAUTIFUL Spring Flowers! Have a great weekend.

3 Day 3’s

Spring is here and the children are loving being outside on the playground! We are continuing our Art unit, please RSVP as soon as possible.

4 Day 3’s

Happy Spring! The weather had been so beautiful  this week & the children really enjoyed playing outside and getting fresh air. We are excited to see you all for our Art Show on Thursday, April 25th. The children have been working so hard on their art projects, songs and memorizing facts about the artists. This week we introduced Pablo Picasso to them. Next week we will wrap up our famous art unit with Louise Nevelson, Piet Mondrian and Jackson Pollack.

5 Day 4’s

5 Senses dominated our science work this week. The touch charts were fun and informational. Spring colors are at the easel. Our “popcorn” blossoms are nearly ready to bloom. The thumb print  Crocus  have already blossomed in our room. The play “office” has replaced Dr. Suess and our class quilt is hung up in the classroom. There are smaller blocks & a white playboard in the block area. Some very interesting miniature buildings are being built. Austin’s trip to India was the topic of conversation all week. We created a colorful postcard display for everyone to learn from. Delicious spring mud pies were our cooking activity this week

Extended Day 4’s

Ask us about frogs. We learned all about the life cycle of frogs. We made our Lillypad Frogs and Speckled Frogs (for our Spring Show May 10th) We read The Icky Sticky Frog and laughed at the surprise ending. For Qq week, we designed Spring Quilts. We baked delicious Quick Cinnamon Bread for Friday cooking. Next week sharing letter is Nn.

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