We encourage parents to be interactive with what we are teaching your children. We want you to participate and partner with us. For our 3’s and Pre-K classes, we provide a folder each week with information about what we are learning. We ask that parents go over the information with their child at home to reinforce what we are teaching them at school.
We have designated Around the Clock Child Care as a No Cell Phone Area. Please do not have your cell phone with you in the building. Come check in and talk to the teachers. Talk to your child. They haven’t seen you in 10 or so hours and they miss you! See what they have done that day. See who their friends are. Be sure to take home their artwork. Look around the classroom and see what’s going on. The teachers work very hard to set up their classroom to be conducive to learning.
- oral temperature of over 101 degrees
- discharge from the ears
- red eyes or discharge from the eyes
- vomiting or diarrhea
- any rash or skin lesion that blisters
- excessive signs of cold, sore throats, or coughing
- head lice
It is difficult to take off work when your child is ill. We highly recommend that you prepare for these occasions by finding a competent standby that can care for your child when they are ill.
On The Web:
- Family Talk: DrJamesDobson.org
- Dr. Kevin Leman (family, marriage, parenting): DrLeman.com
- Empowering Parents (Child Behavior Help): EmpoweringParents.com
- Meg Meeker, M.D.: MegMeekerMD.com
- You Can't Make Me (But I Can Be Persuaded) by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias
- The New Strong Willed Child by James Dobson