October 2007 Newsletter
Casey O'Conner $577.00 Priscilla Martinelli $573.00
These 2 families will receive a 50% discount on 1 week of childcare for being our top sellers. As they were only $4.00 apart, we have awarded 2 top prizes. The classrooms will get many items from their wish lists.
The toddlers are working on a new playground area and we need your help. The Office for Children wants all the existing sand moved or covered with screened sand. We realize this has been a problem and are asking for your help on Sat. 10/20 or Sat 10/27 for a few hours. We need the canopy taken down, the old equipment removed, the rug moved to the cement and the beam dividing the playground removed. We will then rake and spread the existing sand to try to remove the pea stone. We will order 18 yards of screened sand and spread that to give us 4-5 inches of clean sand for the top layer upon which our new equipment will be assembled. If you know of anyone who sells screened sand and delivers or has the equipment we may need to complete this project, please let us know.
The Carver Fire Department made a visit today and Deputy Chief Eric and Firefighter Alan did a great job of teaching the children, letting them climb into the fire truck and spray the hose. Please practice fire drills at home and visit the local fire stations this month during fire safety month.
Welcome to Quinn Earle in our infant class and Sophia, and Jaden in our preschool and kindergarten classes.
Thanks to all of you who have volunteered to be on our sub list. An evening orientation will be held on Thursday 10/18 at 6:30 PM. We will also have an afternoon orientation for anyone who is not available at night. We are also in need of a high school or college person to work upstairs after school and some afternoons in the infant/toddler room. If you have a great baby sitter who may be looking for work, please let us know.
Our Parent Board will meet tonight Wed. 10/10 at 6:00 pm in the upstairs classroom. Please consider joining us. The meeting is only an hour and many good things come from the planning of wonderful events for you and your children.
Please take home all the summer outfits and sandals and be sure your child has warm clothing and a jacket every day.
Thanks to those of you who send in a gallon of milk each month. If you do not send in a drink for your child's lunch and/or breakfast and prefer to send in a gallon of milk or juice, just see your child's teacher.
We are in need of dress up clothing –especially for boys including uniforms, costumes, hats or fun things for dramatic play.
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