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Newsletters
(Thank you, Jewelz Barker, Preschool mom, for producing our Newsletters)






Please make sure your children are ready for this season's weather. We will be outside as often as possible, and  we want all of our kiddos to be able to participate.

(Tip from Preschool mom, Jewelz Barker:
For all of those hand me down items, place a piece of  Duct Tape on the inside of the clothing and write your child's name.  The name can easily be seen and removed.)


Scholastic Reading Club
Every book in the Reading Club flyers is handpicked by teachers and Scholastic experts who know which books get kids excited about reading.

Whenever you order through Reading Club, you’ll automatically help your child’s classroom earn Bonus Points. Your teacher can redeem these points to earn rewards that benefit your child by building the classroom library, including FREE Books, supplies, and teaching resources!





Click on the banner above to order books your children will love.
(Code M2ZFX)



(Photo Credit: Christin Nutter)
*Please make sure to bring in your child's outdoor gear each day so we can all go outside and play. All items should be labeled with your child's name.
 
 
*In an effort to make things easier and more convenient, we have made it possible for you to pay your bill on-line.  It's safe, it's secure, it's so easy, and you can do it when you have the time Let us know if you are interested and we will set it up for you.
 
 
* The safety of our children is something that we should always be vigilant about.
As our children grow and change, they require different levels of protection. They are going to fall, crash, slip, and tumble; It’s all part of being a kid, and we wouldn’t want it any other way. But there are little things we can all do to ensure that kids avoid the more serious injuries!

 

Health Watch
Local pediatricians are concerned about increased bacterial pneumonia cases in Fairbanks. Symptoms come on quickly and may include: Cough (usually mucus), fever, fast or short of breath, shaking from chills, chest pain, increased heartbeat, nausea/ vomiting, diarrhea. Mild symptoms are called "walking pneumonia". A visit to the doctor for prescribed antibiotics is the usual treatment (viral pneumonia is usually not treated with antibiotics). Please help us keep our school friends healthy by keeping children home if they are exhibiting these signs until they can be seen by their doctor.

 
Alaska State Law Requires....
Parents and Guardians – Ask your child’s teacher for your emergency card – parents and guardians must review/update and sign/date by the end of the month to be in compliance with the State of Alaska Child Care Program Office. This is State law to keep your child safe. Thank you!
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