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Auburn, New Hampshire

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February 2018

We Need Your Help!

Annual Fund Raiser

We had such overwhelming positive feedback last year that we will be having a "Prize Calendar" for our annual fund raiser again this year. Calendars will be sold in March for prizes in April.  We will be looking for prizes to add to the calendar. If you or your company can contribute a prize or gift certificate, please contact Cathy. Your company will be advertised on the calendar and a tax deductible donation receipt will be provided for items donated.  All proceeds will go towards our year end Field Day, movement classes and classroom materials. Thank you!

 

Tuition is Due

Please be reminded that your February tuition is now due.    A late fee of $15.00 is applied to payments received after the 14th of the month.  There is a $25.00 fee for returned checks.  Payment receipts are available upon request. 

 

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It’s Tax Season!
Our Tax ID number is
02-0358187
Payment Receipts available upon request

 

Self Help Skills

We are working hard with the children to develop their independence and self help skills.  This includes activities such as changing from their boots to their shoes, taking off their jackets & hats and hanging them up, putting on and zipping their own jackets, etc.  We would like to see these same skills practiced at home.  As parents, we know that often it is quicker to “just do it ourselves” but it is important that the children develop these skills.  We encourage you to plan the “extra time” needed to allow your children to do it on their own.  Please don’t hesitate to ask the staff if you need any “tricks of the trade”.  Thank you!  

 

 

Undies Sunday

Message from Pastor Ruth:

In the spring the Confirmation Class of Longmeadow Congregational Church will be traveling to New Horizons Homeless Shelter to learn more about their work. When we go, we would like to bring a gift of something often difficult for people to purchase, Underwear. And so, the class invites the entire community to join them in collecting new, sealed packages of underwear - male or female, any style, any adult size (although larger sizes are most needed). We will dedicate the donations at a special “Undies Sunday” in February. Please have any donations in by Feb. 23rd.  Thank You!

 

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We will not be in session on Monday, Feb. 19th in observance of President’s Day


Reminder
Winter Vacation is February 26 to March 2  Enjoy!

 

Valentine’s party will be on 2/13.  Please send in 18 unaddressed Valentines for your child to share. 

A sign-up sheet for party contributions will be on the Parent Board.

2 parent volunteers for the party would be helpful.

We are talking about Community Helpers this month and we will be looking for parents to sign up to come talk to the class about their work.

 

Valentines party will be on 2/14.  Please send in 20 signed but  not addressed Valentines for your child to share. 

A sign-up sheet for party contributions will be on the Parent Board.

We are practicing saying and recognizing our last names, please continue to practice writing first names "starting their letters at the top

 

 

 

Valentines party will be on 2/14.  Please send in 14 signed, but not addressed Valentines cards for your child to share.

A sign-up sheet for party contributions will be on the Parent Board.

We are practicing saying and recognizing our last names, please continue to practice writing first names "starting their letters at the top”

 

                                                                                               

 

During the month of January, our enrichment class enjoyed exploring the wonders of winter weather in New England.  The children enjoyed learning about snowflakes, snow and ice.  We discovered that liquids will turn into solids when the temperature outside is below freezing.  We also discovered that salt will melt ice and we tried to keep our hands toasty warm when we made ice caverns and painted with ice cubes.   We worked on the concept of graphing winter clothing and our favorite winter activity – "making  a snow structures"  took first place.   We ended our month discovering dinosaurs.   The children enjoyed being paleontologist digging in the sand box, discovering dinosaur bones, and making fossils with play dough.   The children were intrigued at how long/big dinosaurs were.  So we incorporated activities centered on the concept of measuring and estimating.  It was exciting to watch the children’s expressions when they estimated closest to the correct number.   It was learning at it best….and it was fun.  ~Mrs. Casey, Ms. Joanne, & Ms. Barbara ~

 

 

 

Please let me know if there are any questions. 

Thanks,  Cathy