Calendar

2018-2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR
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MARCH 2018
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20 Parent Workshop: Screen Time: Screens are everywhere, and young children are spending more and more time in front of them. Learn about how screen time and other media exposure impacts children. We will talk about the recommendations for screen time for infants, toddlers, and young children and discuss ways to decrease screen time for young children.
4:00-5:30 PM English/Spanish interpreter available upon request

25-29 A.A.P.S. and Y.C.S. Spring Break: Parents need to let us know if their child will not be in attendance during this week. We are open so tuition is still applied.

29 NO SCHOOL- Closed for Home Visits
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APRIL 2019
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8 NO SCHOOL- Closed for Home Visits

18 Parent Workshop: Easy Container Gardening with Mr. Kraig
Learn how to plant things in containers for small spaces. Grow and herb garden or plant some veggies. Anything is possible when Mr. Kraig gets his hands in the dirt! Please feel free to bring your child along for some hands-on fun!
4:00-5:30 p.m. English/Spanish interpreter available upon request

19 CLOSED FOR GOOD FRIDAY

25 Parent Advisory Committee 5:00 PM All are welcome! Come join other parents in working toward school improvement. Take the time to look over the survey results. Give your suggestions for continued parent participation. Help us plan workshops and events for the next schoolyear.
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MAY 2019
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10 CLOSED- Professional Development Day

SIGN UP FOR PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES: During the week of 6/4-6/7 This is a time to come to the classroom and discuss your child’s progress this year. It is also a time to prepare for the coming year and answer any questions you may have.

23 Parent Workshop: Resiliency Toolbox: Prolonged or intense stress can have lasting negative impacts in the development of young children. Children with resilience are better able to manage this stress and work towards healthy and successful outcomes. This workshop will help participants gain an understanding of how stress affects children and the importance of developing resilience to combat that stress, including specific strategies for building protective factors. Stocking up your resilience toolbox empowers you to help children learn to manage the stressors in their lives and give them the skills, tools and know-how to deal with whatever life throws at them.

4:00-5:30 PM English/Spanish interpreter available upon request

27 NO SCHOOL – CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY
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JUNE 2019
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4-7 Parent Conferences: A time to hear about your child’s progress this year. Get information and ideas for summer activities in the community. Also learn about Kindergarten readiness skills and ideas. Your child may attend these conferences with you. Teachers will give you any materials or journals your child has been working on during the year.

13 Last day of regular school year ALL SCHOOL PICNIC!!

14 Closed for “Days of Discovery” preparation and training

17 “DAYS OF DISCOVERY” SUMMER PROGRAM BEGINS: A summer camp with a focus on S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Kids will sometimes be in new classrooms for the summer program. We usually close at least one room, due to lower enrollment. A few of our staff take off the summer voluntarily. Some other staff will take extended breaks for one month. Each classroom will still be fully staffed with qualified individuals.
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JULY 2019
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4-5 NO SCHOOL – INDEPENDENCE DAY
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AUGUST 2019
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22 Last day of summer program ALL SCHOOL PICNIC

23- SEP 3 NO SCHOOL – CLOSED FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE

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Tuition is based on yearly enrollment and prorated weekly. Tuition is the same each week regardless of holidays, home visits or weather closings. The exception is the week of December 25-29. No tuition is due for that week.