Parent Connection Newsletter March 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. Check in/out daily. This is an official record of your child’s attendance.

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

4. 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!

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

Ariyanna P. – March 2 (VPK)
Hunter L. – March 4 (PS)
Nicholas W. – March 4 (PS)
Ezekiel A. – March 8 (VPK)
Mia H. – March 14 (VPK)
Joshua L. – March 16 (SA)
Genesis G. – March 18 (PS)
Layla B. – March 20 (VPK)
Jamari B. – March 20 (T2)
Ryan C. – March 22 (VPK)
Jacob O. – March 27 (SA)
Jonathan O. – March 27 (SA)

 

Staff

Loisys D. – March 7 (PS)
Maria G. – March 23 (T2)
 

We want to wish everyone a Happy Birthday!

The Community Children's Center News

 

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Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Thursday, March 2nd Join us as we celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Read across America 2017!

During this month we will enjoy reading various Dr. Seuss books and participating in extension activities. Your children will experience the joys of wonder, possibility, exploration and discovery found in his books.

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  • He wrote Green Eggs and Ham on a dare. Ted Geisel’s publisher bet that Geisel couldn’t write a book using only 50 different words. In an effort to make learning to read more exciting for kids, he wrote a silly tale about a picky eater (a common complaint of many parents) and a fellow who won’t take “No” for an answer. The result? Green Eggs and Ham.
  • He was not a doctor. He added the title “doctor” before Seuss (his mother’s maiden name) while in college to lend credibility to his writings and characters, and in reaction to his father’s wish that his son would get a doctorate.

Thursday, March 9th Pediatric Dentistry of Ft. Myers will be here at 10:00am to educate our children about caring for our teeth!dr.seuss.jpg

Friday, March 10th HAT DAY! Parents bring your child in wearing their favorite hat.


Meals of Hope

Saturday, March 11th Meals of Hope bike riders will stop at our center between 8:30 am-10:00 am! Come one, come all to cheer on their hard work in raising monies for extra food for those in need. Our center gives out Power Pack Meals every Friday for families who need extra food over the weekend.

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Sunday, March 12th Daylight Savings Time Begins. Turn your clock forward 1 hour. There will be more light in the evening.

 

SouthernSnoBalls.jpgWednesday, March 15th Southern SnoBalls is here! Remember your $2.00 so you won’t miss out on a yummy sno-cone!  

Friday, March 17th The 3-HR VPK is not in session.


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“Everything we do improves the lives of children.”

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Saturday, March 18th SWFL Reading Festival (FREE event located at Harbor side Event Center & Centennial Park in downtown Fort Myers).

Spend the day meeting authors, enjoy activities for the kids, get a free book and say “HELLO” to Megan at the CCSWFL booth! For more information visit www.readfest.org

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

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