At pick-up time, there is a daily summary posted in the hall outside each classroom describing “What we did at school today.” This helps you to discuss the day with your child, referring to specific activities, games, songs, and books.
Much of our program is choice-based, and we encourage children to explore and sample different activities. Please keep in mind not everyone chooses to participate in everything offered. Art is a process to be explored, and doesn’t always end with a “finished” product.
Students also initiate their own games and play with others as well.
We schedule individual parent conferences with written observations in November and March. Our teachers will share with you developmental milestones and any concerns, and we encourage you to do the same with them.
Drop-off and pick-up times are often busy, so please feel free to contact your child’s teacher in the off-hours, by phone, or e-mail, or to set-up a time to talk in person.
If something is troubling your child about school, or something is happening at home that is affecting his or her behavior, please share with us so we can be of help.
If your child is sick, please keep them home if they have a bad cold or cough, or contagious rash, and for at least 24 hours after vomiting or
having a fever.
Please call the school if your child will be absent.