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Thank you to all parents and staff who participated in this year’s Art & Lit Fest on Saturday, April 21, 2018. Students had an opportunity to showcase their art, music, and special talents. We look forward to next year’s event.

 

Thank you,

Ms. Claudia Araujo

Preschool Culmination

                                                          

Students entering kindergarten in August 2018 must be 5 years old by September 1st. These students will be culminating on Friday, June 1, 2018, at 9:15 AM. More information will be provided by the classroom teachers in room 1 & 3.

 

Students who will continue enrollment at Sylvan Park EEC for the upcoming school year 2018/2019, will have a small celebration event on June 7th from 9:30AM-10:30 AM in room 2.

Reminders:

  • Center hours:  7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Sign-in at time of arrival and departure.
  • Notify the school at (818) 997-8972 if you are arriving after your child’s contract hours, or if your child will be absent.
  • Check your school mailbox every day for important messages, notices, and/or invoices.

Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)

Come join us on Monday, May 21 at 3:30 PM in room 4 to discuss school data, school events, and ways to leverage technology in education with preschool students.

Local District North East Arts & Lit Fest 2018

STEAM FEST 2018

Local District North East Arts & Lit Fest 2017

Today: 6/24/18

Creative Curriculum

Balls Study

This study shows how to use children’s interest in balls to help them explore social studies and science concepts related to the features and nature of balls and to 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.)