We are now accepting 3-line personal greeting messages for the 2020-21 school yearbook until March 19th. You may create a unique, special way of telling all our Boulevard School families how proud you are of your child. If you need a personal greeting form let us know.
Summer & Fall
We are currently accepting enrollment applications for Summer Camp and Fall 2021. Enrollment is limited and spces fill up early. Some classes may already be full. Please complete your enrollment forms and return them to the school with your deposit as soon as possible. You may rollover your 2020-2021 school year deposit to the 2021-2022 school year. We do not want to disappoint any of our current families.
1st Grade Class
A number of parents have expressed an interest in a first grade program for the 2021-2022 school year. We are currently making a list. If you are interested please email the school office.
Tuition #8 Due.
February 10th -11th
Class Picture Day.
Valentine's Day Parties.
Superhero Shirt Day.
Fun Friday! Ooey Gooey Creations.
Zoom Parent Class.
We are accepting business ads for our yearbook. This is another great way to advertise your services to the Boulevard School families. More and more of our parents are using our parents for various services. Business associates and friends may also place ads in our yearbook.
The deadline for returning ads is
Children's Health & Clothing
With the changing seasons, please make sure that you dress your child in the appropriate clothes for the day. Make sure to send a jacket if necessary. In addition, please stop in your classroom and look through your child's extra clothes box. Make sure there is a pair of underpants, a shirt, long pants, socks and an extra mask.
Parenting is a difficult and often confusing task. We are always searching for the best ways to raise healthy and confident children. Research shows that by following these positive guidelines, you can help your children succeed at school while developing trust in the parental relationship. Below you will find eight Power of Parenting guidelines:
Give children warmth, acceptance and respect. You, the parent, need to express these feelings on a daily basis.
Use fair and firm leadership. Children do not naturally know right from wrong. You, the parent, must teach by example.
Avoid verbal abuse. Parents who insult their children are harming them emotionally.
Create a home life that supports education. Be prepared to help with homework assignments.
Be an active partner with your child's school. Support the teacher's rules and don't criticize the school or teacher in front of your child.
Teach children about their own and other cultures. Your children need to know how to get along with many different types of people in order to succeed.
Limit television viewing time and monitor quality of programs.
Maintain a healthy life style and set a good example of life-long learning.
Putting these guidelines into practice is the best gift you can ever give to your children.