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A HAPPY PLACE! established 1974

Toddler • Pre-School • Kindergarten • Summer Camp • Extracurricular Activities



2020 -2021 School Yearbook Ads & Personal Messages

We have reserved several pages for ads and messages in our end of year school yearbook. Please return your form to the school office by March 19th. Extra forms are in the office.

Sign-Up Now For Summer Camp & Fall 2021!

We are currently accepting enrollment applications for Summer Camp and Fall 2021. Enrollment is limited. Complete your enrollment forms and bring them to the office with your deposit this month. Current school year deposits can be rolled over to the next school next year. 


Spring Break

March 29th - April 2nd

School will be closed for Spring Break.

Children's Race
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March Calendar

March 1st

Tuition #9 Due.

Dr. Seuss Day!

March 5th

Walk-a-thon rooms 12-18

March 9th

Backwards Day. Dress backwards!

March 12th

Fun Friday - Cooking projects

March 15th

Spirit day! Wear your school shirt.

March 17th

St. Patrick's Day! Wear your green.

March 18th

Parenting Zoom class@ 9:30am

March 14th & 25th

Easter egg hunts & wear your Spring hat

March 26th

Cesar Chavez Day.


March 29th - April 2nd


Math Exercises

Rodi's Corner

Dear Parents,

Learning mathematics is as important as learning to read. Studies show that math skills assist children In learning to read. Because children are curious about math from the youngest years, math activities are embraced enthusiastically. Activities such as classifying shapes help develop language, vocabulary, and logic. Children can be directed while playing to talk about mathematical concepts such as differences In block sizes, shapes, and colors (I.e.: how many of the smaller blocks does It take to equal a larger one). All these activities help develop reasoning skills.


Other activities further develop mathematical thinking. For example, stringing beads can be Incorporated Into a lesson In patterning and sequencing. Reading a story about small, medium, and large (I.e.: Goldilocks and the Three Bears) Introduces new vocabulary, ordering, and spatial relations.


There are many toys on the market, or better still, objects around the house that can help your child develop a mathematical sense. Using an egg carton, you can have your child sort objects (buttons, dry pasta, beads, crayons, etc.) by size, color, or shape. Patterning can be fun with beads of varying sizes and shapes. Shape or number bingo, measuring and cooking activities further develop mathematical awareness.


Mathematical literacy Is an essential skill In today's world. When you help your child see math In his everyday surroundings, you help him develop logic and reasoning skills crucial for math and science literacy.


For activities that develop your child's math skills, ask your child's teacher for suggestions. The following websites offer fun math activities for preschoolers:



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