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Dates to Remember

Oct 14th: Columbus Day

Oct 31st: Halloween

 

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Children
Payton H. - Oct 2
Ariana M. - Oct 12
William S. - Oct 16
Josiah P. - Oct 29
Levi P. - Oct 31
 
Staff
Ms. Yadira - Oct 2
Ms. Amber - Oct 20
 
 
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Children's Garden of LaBelle News

 

CHANGES COMING SOON!

Infant

In an effort to better serve the need of our community, we will be making a few changes to the physical environment by adding a new infant room to our school. Please see your child’s teacher or Ms. Amber in the front office for details on the new change. We will open the new infant room on October 14!

cancer_ribbonThere are lots of fun activities happening in October! 

Wear pink every Friday to support breast cancer awareness.

Beginning October 16, please bring in pumpkins and/or hay bales for our fall festival.


FUN DRESS UP DAYS

The week of October 21-25 we will have Fun Dress Up Days and finish the week with our Annual Fall Festival on October 25th! It will be a fun day with lots of games, candy, food, surprises and music. Parents are welcome!

Monday, October 21st - Crazy Hair Day. Be creative and crazy with your hair.
Tuesday, October 22nd - Crazy Sock Day. Be sure to wear your craziest, silliest socks.
Wednesday, October 23rd - Storybook Character Day. Come as your favorite character and bring the book to share with your friends.
Thursday, October 24th - Fall Hat Day. Wear your fall hats, make them at home!
Friday, October 25th - Pumpkin Shirt Day and Fall Festival. Wear your pumpkin shirts made in class. Parents are welcome to attend the Fall Festival and enjoy the festivities with us. 
Thursday, October 31st - Pumpkin Carving Day.
 
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SAFETY TIPS FOR TRICK OR TREATING

trick or treat halloweenChildren should always go out trick or treating accompanied by a responsible adult. If you have a group of kids going, the parents should choose two or three of them to go along and keep an eye on things.

Instruct your children not to eat any treats until they bring them home to be examined by you. This way you can check for any problem candy and get the pick of the best stuff!

Instruct your child to never go into the home of a stranger or get into their car. Explain why this is not a good idea and what to do if someone approaches them and tries to talk to them.


NUTRITION CORNER

Dough Nuts

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Ingredients:

1/2 cup chocolate frosting or 1/2 cup peanut butter
12 doughnut holes
1/4 cup crumbled toffee pieces
6 straight pretzel sticks, broken in half

Directions:

Frost a third or so of a plain or glazed doughnut hole with chocolate frosting or peanut butter.

Roll the frosted top in crumbled toffee (look for it in the baking section of grocery stores), then add a small piece of a pretzel for the stem.

REMINDER

The health of our students is very important to us and we take every precaution to ensure minimal spread of sickness.  It is very important that you, as parents, help us with this task.  If your child is showing symptoms of a cold or illness, excessive runny nose, uncontrollable cough, fever, vomiting, diarrhea or fatigue, please keep them home until the symptoms are gone without the use of medicine.  If you are not sure if your child may have a contagious cold or sickness, please take them to the doctor before bringing them to school and possibly exposing the other children.

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