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Hot Lunch

Please remember to mark the hot lunch book if you want your child to receive hot lunch. All hot lunch students must bring snacks for the day. Hot lunch tickets are $37.50 for ten lunches and $75.00 for twenty lunches. Tickets must be purchased before ordering your children hot lunch.

Rushed Mornings - Breakfast at School

If your child has not had breakfast before leaving for school, they may have breakfast at school if they arrive before 8:30 a.m. This allows the children to finish before we go out for morning recess. We have microwaves to warm their breakfast. Please provide any needed utensils for any of their meals at school. For those parents who wish to have their children eat breakfast at school, please provide a healthy breakfast. There are many healthy breakfast options which your child will enjoy and which will give them the proper nutrition and energy to grow and learn. 

Snacks

Morning snack must be nutritious and healthy. Full-time students need to bring three healthy snacks for the day. Remember…even if your child is ordering a Hot Lunch, you will need to send snacks for the day. Good eating habits are learned early in life! Please pack the utensils your child will need for their snacks and lunch.

Yes to:

Fruit, vegetables, cheese, yogurt, nuts, dried fruit, or one of the healthy snacks listed on the suggested snack list, which can be obtained from the office.

No to:

Cookies, chips, Jell-O, pudding, sugary cereals, or prepackaged artificial fruit snacks, etc.

Napping Sheets

All students who stay after 12:30 p.m. must bring napping sheets. Please pack a twin-size fitted sheet and a small blanket or additional sheet for your child to cover up with. These must be in a zipped bag such as a backpack. This is a requirement of Social Services. Please do not send sheets in plastic bags. Please label your child’s bag with their name. 

Change of Clothing

All students need to have a change of clothing, including underwear and socks, in their cubby at all times. Remember to check the clothing from time to time to make sure they still fit and are appropriate for the current weather conditions. Please include a sweatshirt or sweater in this change of clothing. Please label extra clothing with your child’s name. Make sure to replace clothing as it is used by your child.

Forms

Please return all necessary paperwork to the office immediately. All forms are required by the State and must be in every student’s file immediately! The office will notify you if your child is missing any paperwork. All physician forms must be in within 30 days of a student’s enrollment! Students whose files are not up to date will not be allowed to attend school until the necessary forms are turned in to the office.

Parent Handbooks

Each family has been given a Parent Handbook of school policies and procedures. Please read the Handbook carefully and become acquainted with the policies of our school. Our policies are strictly adhered to. 

Class Curriculum

Your child’s class curriculum has been developed for the developmental appropriateness of your child’s age. Our school has a sequentially developed curriculum to help your child attain the educational goals set for the class. Please read your child’s class curriculum and become familiar with the goals set for the year. Provide added practice at home for reinforcement. 

Parent-teacher team: Team up with your child’s teacher. Share some of your child’s strengths, weaknesses, and favorite activities. This will help her better understand your child. Our teachers view themselves as co-educators in your child’s life.

Tardiness

It is important to have your child to school on time. Kindergarten begins promptly at 8:30 a.m. and Preschool classes begin at 9:00 a.m. Students arriving late disrupt the class and make it difficult for the teachers to properly welcome them to the class that is already in session. Children who arrive late have a more difficult time separating from their parents! Remember…The early bird catches the worm!