Daycare Days: November 2020

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Daycare Days

Dear Parents,

Per state licensing, children shall spend (60) minutes outdoors daily.  With the weather changing, please make sure your children are dressed appropriately and have jackets to go outside.  In addition, your child will need an extra change of winter clothes.  As it continues to get colder, hats and gloves are highly recommended with all items labeled with your child’s name or initials.

November is a busy month for all families so we will offer our Holiday Edition of Parents’ Night Out, giving parents a chance to prep for the holidays, Christmas shop, or simply want a night off before the holiday season.  Dinner and entertainment will be provided.  If interested, please email Ms. Jaqueline at [email protected].

Per policy, the monthly discount of 4% is offered if payments are made no later than 20th of each month.  Weekly payments are due by 9am every Friday.  We appreciate your cooperation.

Thank you,

Megan Dowding
Executive Director

Fundraising Report

I would like to sincerely thank all of our participants in this year’s fall fundraiser.  Not only did we see an increase in overall participation but this year’s grand total of $7,752 is almost double compared to our previous fundraisers.  Congratulations to Liam Morton with $1,296 in sales.  Our other top two sellers were the McGrath family (Ivy, Fritz, and Elton) with $594 and RJ Madden with $512 sold. 

Honorable mention goes to:

Ella and Leo Tobnick, $316; Jesses Robinson, $322; Brielle Stumpf, $408; Tyler Huelsing, $412; Emma and Grace Kinghorn, $450


Upcoming Events

  • November 2 – Hunger Drive
  • November 20 – Parents’ Night Out 6:00 – 10:00 p.m.
  • November 26 – 27 – Thanksgiving Break: Center Closed

Important Announcement

The state immunization report is due December 15, 2020, so please bring your child’s updated shot records to their teacher or email the office. Thank you for your cooperation.

“Tell me and I’ll forget. Teach me and I’ll remember. Involve me and I’ll learn.” Benjamin Franklin