FEBRUARY PRESCHOOL NEWSLETTER
Dear Preschool Families and Friends,
We have a very busy and exciting February ahead of us! This month we will be learning all about dinosaurs, Valentine’s Day, as well as finishing up our theme of winter.
On Tuesday February 14th, each AM classroom will be having a Valentine’s Day celebration. On Monday February 13th, each PM classroom will be having their Valentine’s Day celebration. Your child’s teacher will be sending home specific information about your classroom’s celebration.
Preschool Information Night is scheduled for February 9th at 1 pm at Squannacook Early Childhood Center. The preschool staff will be giving a presentation about the upcoming 2012-2013 preschool school year. If you know anyone who is interested in attending our preschool next year, please tell them about this Information session. All are welcome!
Please join us in welcoming Mrs. Kondig to our preschool team! She is taking over for Mrs. Murphy, who had her baby boy Cullen Robert on January 25, 2012! We look forward to having Mrs. Kondig with us for the remainder of the school year. She is a wonderful addition to our staff!
A reminder: All students returning to preschool for the 2012-2013 school year need to return the “Returning Students” form that was sent home last week. This is due by February 3. This form is to ensure your child’s place in our preschool next year.
Here is a list of important February dates:
2/9 PRESCHOOL INFORMATION NIGHT @ 1 PM @ SECC
2/13 VALENTINE’S DAY CELEBRATION FOR PM CLASSES
2/14 VALENTINE’S DAY CELEBRATION FOR AM CLASSES
2/16 PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES (NO SCHOOL FOR PRE-K)
2/17 PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES (NO SCHOOL FOR PRE-K)
2/20-2/24 FEBRUARY VACATION (NO SCHOOL)
Please make sure to check with your child’s teacher about your scheduled conferences times for parent-teacher conferences. There is NO preschool on conference days.
Finally, just a reminder that the preschool classrooms do not go outdoors in the winter weather, so please dress accordingly. Always make sure all clothing is labeled, including hats and mittens.
As always, feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.
The SECC Staff