Sylvan Park Early Education Center

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11/4/17

Thanksgiving Holiday - No School

 

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I would like to thank all parents and families who attended the Fall Festival activities. Children benefit from seeing their parents involved in their school activities and events. It encourages children to participate and get involved in several learning activities and develop appropriate behaviors, skills, and an appreciation for learning and school.   

 

Thank you.

Ms. Claudia Araujo

The First Thanksgiving:  

“In November 1621, after the Pilgrims’ first corn harvest proved successful, Governor William Bradford celebrated by organizing a feast and invited a group of colony’s Native American allies, including the Wampanoag chief Massasoit. Now remembered as American’s “first Thanksgiving”—the festival lasted for three days” (http://www.history.com).

 

Reminders:

  • Center hours:7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Sign-in at the time of arrival and departure.
  • Notify the school at (818) 997-8972 if you are arriving after your child’s contract hours, or your child will be absent.
  • For safety, only authorized persons in your child’s emergency card over the age of 18 and verified identity will be permitted to pick up the child from our school.
  • Payment is due the first of the month for fee-paying parents.

Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

The first Parent Advisory Committee meeting of this school year will meet on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at 3:30 pm in room 4. We will discuss school beautification, Winter Program, and Data-driven goals in DRDP measures and Parent Surveys. Please plan to attend, Thank you.

We are currently enrolling preschool students, if you have any questions or need any information please call the office manager Ms. Gabby at (818) 997-8972.

Local District North East Arts & Lit Fest 2017

Today: 11/19/17

Creative Curriculum

 Clothes Study

This study shows how to use children’s interest in clothes to help them explore social studies and science concepts about different kinds of clothing and where and how clothing is made. The study also helps children use skills in literacy, math, technology, and the arts as they investigate.

Helpful preschool tips:

1. Read to your child every day. (Make it a special time to spend together.)

2. Give everything a name. (Help build comprehension skills early by expanding your child’s language.)

3. Create a daily routine. (This will help your child know what to expect and be able to prepare for it.)

4. Teach safety. (As your child becomes more independent, it is important to remind them to keep themselves and others safe.)

5. Play- (Children learn through play.)