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Sylvan Park Early Education Center

Los Angeles Unified School District

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    Now Enrolling!

    Preschool student’s ages 2-5 years old. Contact the office at (818)997-8972

    What's New At Our School,

    Thank you to all the families who attended the first parent meeting and orientation last month. We have a lot planned for this school year and we look forward to a great year with your support and participation. Working together every student will succeed!

     Respectfully,

     Ms. Claudia Araujo

    Reminders
    • Center Hours:  7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

    • Sign-in at the time of arrival and sign-out when

    • Picking up your child. Notify the school if you are arriving after your child’s contract hours.

    • 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 parent

    • Parents make sure to walk your children all the way inside the classroom upon arrival and contact classroom staff. Morning greetings are an important part of the day for all students to observe and be a part of.

    Meet our school staff during our Back to School: Week of September 17-21.

    Teachers will discuss instruction, assessments, the Creative Curriculum Preschool lessons, and investigations. They will also discuss how we are working on integrating STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) learning into the classroom.

    Creative Curriculum

    Beginning of the Year

    During the first several weeks of the school year, we will support children as they say good-bye to their families, become familiar with the classroom and school routines, and learn to find comfort in being a member of the classroom community while maintaining a secure connection to home.

    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.)