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New Year’s Eve VDC Closed

New Year’s Day VDC CLOSED

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The Polar Experiment

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Tooth Fairy Visit

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What's for Breakfast

December 2-6

What's for Breakfast

M: Kix Cereal, Milk and Mixed Fruit

T: English Muffins with Sausage and Milk

W: Cheerios, Milk and Peaches

T: Waffles, Blueberries and Milk

F: Rice Crispy Cereal, Milk and Raspberries

 

 

What's for Lunch?

M: Cheeseburger Hamburger Helper, Green Beans, Applesauce, Whole Grain Bread and Milk

T: Corn Dogs, Baked Beans, French Fries and Milk

W: Baked Spam, Mashed Potatoes, Black Eyed Peas, Whole Grain Roll, Milk

T: Soft Tacos, Lettuce, Cheese, Sour Cream and Salsa, Pinto Beans, Rice, Oranges and Milk

F: Cheese Pizza with Extra Cheese, Corn, Pineapples, and Milk

What's for Snack?

M: Animal Crackers with Pears and Milk

T: Cheeze It’s and Milk

W: Sliced Grapes and Wheat Thins with Water

T: Yogurt with Strawberries and Water

F: Apple Slices and Granola Cups with Milk

What are we learning?

What we are learning…

Mrs. Jessica’s class and Mrs. Alesia’s Class will be learning about the letters Mm, Nn, and Oo. They will also be learning about the number 6, color white, and shape of the rectangle.

Mrs. Pam’s class will be learning about the letters and letter sounds of Dd, Cc, and Kk. They will also cover the number 16-20. They too will learn about the color white and the shape of a rectangle.

Both classes will learn about the following themes:

  • Opposites
  • Polar Animals
  • Snow/Ice/Clouds
  • Doctors
  • Healthy Smiles
Important Dates to Remember:

Dates to Remember:

January 1st: VDC Closed (Happy New Year!)

January 17th: Polar Experiment Day

January 21st: County Schools Closed  in Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

(Please add $5 to weekly tuition for school age children in attendance.)

January 31st: Tooth Fairy Visit

Polar Experiment Day

Have you ever wondered how Polar Bears stay warm or Penguins stay dry? Join us January 17th to find out. We will be conducting a few super fun experiments to answer these questions and more! You don’t want to miss this!

Visit From the Tooth Fairy

Brush your teeth and come with a smile on January 31st! The tooth fairy will be stopping by to talk with us about the best practices to help keep our teeth healthy and cavity free! She will be bringing her big teeth for demonstration and a gift for each child! She will arrive at 9:00 so don’t be late!