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Dates to Remember

March 11- Johnny Appleseed Day

Happy Birthday

   Students:

March 3- Solomon

March 8- McKenzie

March 9- Jhalil

March 10- Tre

March 15- Jaxton

March 20- Ariah

March 24-  Ava and Naomi B.

March 26- Aubrey

   Staff:

March 26- Sydney

March 27- LaShawnda

Hails and Farewells

 

We welcome Shavon as a sub and Shannon as an afternoon floater.

Mara's Memos

Now is the time to decide about next school year.  Registration for our A Beka classes (Threes and Fours) is underway.  As always, registration is on a first come, first serve basis, but we have opened registration to the public.  In order to secure your child's slot for next school year, come to the office and pay your NONREFUNDABLE book fee.  The current book fees are $40 for the Threes and $55 for the Fours.  (Prices might go up depending on if A Beka raises their prices this year.)  If you have any questions for any of our teachers or would like to sit in on one of their classes, please let the office know and we will be glad to make the arrangements for you.  We will be opening registration to the public soon.

Johnny Appleseed Day honors one of America's great legends. Johnny Appleseed was a real person. John Chapman was among the American settlers who were captivated by the movement west across the continent. As Johnny Appleseed travelled west, he planted apple trees along the way, and sold trees to settlers. With every apple tree that was planted, the legend grew.

A Little About the Legend:

  • John Chapman (aka Johnny Appleseed) was born on September 26, 1774.
  • He was a nurseryman who started out planting trees in western New York and Pennsylvania.
  • During the life of John Chapman, the "West" was places like Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois.
  • John Chapman was a deeply religious person He was known to preach during his travels.
  • According to legend, Johnny Appleseed led a simple life and wanted little. He rarely accepted money and often donated money received.

Things to Remember

  • Make sure you have a complete change of winter clothes, including socks, in your cubby.  Keep a light jacket or sweatshirt in cubby year round.
  • The credit card swipe fee is $1.50.
  • Send a warm jacket, hat, and gloves for cold days.  We go outside EVERY day.
  • No drop off during nap time or after 10 am.
  • Tuition is late starting at noon on Wednesdays.
  • Tuition is due on Mondays.  Starting at noon on Wednesdays a $3 late fee will be added to your account and added every day at noon until the balance is paid in full.

 

   

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