Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Spring Conference 2018!

Teachers must embrace and learn to use play as a valuable tool for children's learning.The critical role of the teacher during play must include facilitation, engagement, and appropriate individualization for each child's developmental level. Planning for play must be intentional. Teachers must focus on creating opportunities for higher level thinking by incorporating time, space, and materials for play. Our inservice was a fun day of learning and playing at The Adventure Science Center. We learned  how to maximize the benefit of play by being hands on and learning by doing! What a great day to be with our school family!

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Red Nose Day!

What is Red Nose Day? Red Nose Day is a day that we can all come together to help those that need it most! Red Nose Day is a fundraiser by the non-profit organization, Comic Relief Inc! The goal of this day is to have fun and bring smiles to people's faces while helping those in need! Since its inception in the United Kingdom in 1988, Red Nose Day has raised over 1 billion dollars that has benefitted programs for children and young people across the United States and 34 other countries! We loved wearing our red noses and supporting a wonderful cause! 
You can visit their website, https://home.rednoseday.org/, for tips on how to support Red Nose Day and Comic Relief Inc!

Monday, May 21, 2018

Prom 2018!!

Prom 2018 was a huge success! This year's prom was a Glow theme with, music, food, games, photo booth, dancing, and musical chairs! I think the teachers and parents had just as much fun as the children!  

Monday, May 14, 2018


Babies grow and learn faster in the first year than any other year. During the first six months of life, babies gradually gain information about the world around them. Babies younger than six months depend mainly on their caregivers for their daily experiences. The best way to help infants grow into curious, confident, able learners is to give them warm, consistent care so they can from secure attachments to their caregivers and begin to develop relationships.