Parent Connection Newsletter January 2017.
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Parent Reminders

1. Weekly tuition is due on Monday for the current week. Tuition is not reimbursed for holidays or sick days.

2. Please let Megan or Jessica know if your child will not be here any days during the holidays.

3. Check in/out daily. This is an official record of your child’s attendance.

4. Check your family file folder in the front hallway daily.

5. Our Family Resource Specialist is available FREE to any family in our program. Feel free to stop in and see Zahira in our side office!

 
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Children

Mason Anderson- Jan 1 (T1)
Stephon Bates- Jan 2 (T2)
Mariza Diego-Diego- Jan 9 (Inf)
Jeremiah Ross- Jan 9 (VPK)
Liyah Wickham- Jan 9 (VPK)
Vlad Paraschiv- Jan 10 (VPK)
Kenzie Valdes-Rodriguez- Jan 15 (T2)
Egypt Moore- Jan 27 (VPK)
Logan Pecht- Jan 27 (T1)
Lexi Afanador- Jan 29 (PS)
Fredson Salomon- Jan 31 (T2)

Teacher

Katrina Ketchersid- Jan 2 (VPK/SA)

 

We want to wish everyone a Happy Birthday!

The Community Children's Center News

 

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Wednesday, January 11th-Be sure to wear your crazy mis-matched socks today!

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Monday, January 16th- The Center will be CLOSED in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day.

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Thursday, January 19th- It’s National Popcorn Day! Our classrooms will enjoy popcorn for a snack.

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January 23-27th- We are joining the Department of Education  (DOE) in celebrating Literacy Week! Our Infants & Toddlers will be reading Head to Toe by Eric Carle and our Preschool & VPK classrooms will read I don’t want to be a Frog by Dev Petty.

Classrooms will do an extension activity to accompany the book.


January is the “Share a Book” Program month

Here is how it works:

1. This month you will find a page of cut outs in your child’s family file folder (you will also find extras in the front hallway).

2. Every time you read a book to your child, write his/her name and the name of the book on a cut out and present it to your child’s teacher.

3. At the end of the month the classroom with the most cut outs in each age group will win 2 new books for their classroom library and a special treat!

This is a great way to support your child’s learning at home!

 

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Family First Program

Zahira Buchanan
Family First Resource Specialist at our center
Cell: 239-822-3394
 

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“Everything we do improves the lives of children.”

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STEM

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Saturday, January 28th- Join us as CCSWFL participates in the 6th Annual STEM tour at the FGCU Engineering Building in Estero, FL from 9 am-2 pm.

Elementary, Middle & High School students will be competing in the AWWA Water Tower Competition. CCSWFL will be there to provide Early Childhood extension activities relating to STEM.


Have you checked out our website lately? CCSWFL has updated our look. Just visit: www.ccswfl.org

Another great way to stay connected is our Facebook page. Find our page, TheCommunityChildrensCenter, and LIKE it.

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