“And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.” -Luke 2:10-11
Happy New Year! This month our theme will be Pets, Winter and Martin Luther King Jr. We are starting our year off learning about cats, dogs, birds, snakes, fish, bunnies, just to name a few! Feel free to send your child with a picture of them with their pet so we can feature them on classroom doors.
Our concepts for January are the letters M, N, O; the numbers are 6 (Alligator – Dolphin); 11 & 12 (Seagull- Pelican). Our shape is star and our color is blue.
Our Bible theme will focus on The Good Shepherd. We will discover that Jesus is the Good Shepherd and we are His sheep.
After School News
Beaufort County Schools re-open on January 7th. As we look forward to 2020, we will have camp packets available the beginning of March.
Beaufort County Schools Closings:
January 2nd: Hat’s Off to a New Year! (Wear your favorite crazy party hat)
January 3rd: Crazy Sock Day
January 6th: Superhero Day
Please let the office know if your child will be present on school out days.
Ms. Kim’s Notes
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a blessed Christmas Season! Many CAPA and Foster Care children were served in Beaufort County, thanks to your generous donations. I thank you on behalf of all of these children and hope you are blessed in the New Year. The staff and I would like to send big thanks for your kind Christmas gifts and baked goods. They were greatly appreciated and made our Season very merry!
I would like to thank all parents who voted us as Hilton Head/Bluffton Monthly’s Best Child Care/Preschool for 2019. Look for our pictures in Hilton Head/Bluffton Monthly.
This year’s Lowcountry Day Christmas Open House was a great success and we congratulate our two families that received the door prizes of free child care certificates. The winners were The Andrus Family from 357 and The Larkby Family from 285! Congratulations!!
***Parents, I cannot stress to you enough that you must hold your child or at least hold their hand exiting and entering the building. Cars are approaching too quickly sometimes and it only takes a split second for a child to dart out in front of them. It is vital that everyone enter and exit the porte cochere (drive-thru) slowly. Also note, it is a moving violation to exit the porte cochere when a stopped school bus is there. These children are exiting the bus and entering the building and drivers need to be mindful. You are not to move your vehicle until the bus has exited the property.
***We are excited to add sunflower butter to our menu! This will serve as an alternative to peanut butter, to better serve those with sensitivities/allergies. If you have any concerns, please see the office.***
*Do not bring your children in eating/drinking in the classroom or hallway. If there is a morning snack, please leave it labeled in the cafeteria.
*Do not bring toys or other home items unless it is Show-N-Tell Day. (Ex: stuffed animals, baby dolls, cars, etc.)
*To avoid additional fees, weekly payments are due on Mondays; monthly payments are due on the 1st of the month.