March Newsletter

Four Leaf CloverMarch is National Dandelion Month, National Peanut Month, St. Patrick’s Day, National Wildlife Week, The Spring Equinox, Early Spring’s Indoor Gardens, Windy Projects, March Field Trips, Enrichment Objectives. These are the topics and ideas that we are incorporating for the month of March activities along with our Montessori Curriculum. When the weather is gets warmer we will be exploring the world around us and making new discoveries. Each child will need a dollar store magnifying glass and sketch pad to record their findings.

Garden Party: Bring in your favorite flower seeds by Wednesday, March 25th. This month we will be starting your flowers from seeds. After watching our seeds sprout, we will transfer them to our outside garden. We look forward to some beautiful flowers.
Pajama Day: We will be hosting another PJ Day Friday, March 13th! Bring your favorite snuggly animal and comfy cozy PJ’s!
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! In observance of Saint Patrick’s Day, please bake green goodies to share with our children on Tuesday, March 17th. Parents wanting to contribute please sign-up at desk.
Easter Egg Hunt and Party: Each child needs 2 or more hard boiled eggs and 2 bags of individually wrapped candy or fruit gummies (no hard candies) on or before Monday, March 30th. Egg Hunt on the playground will start at 11 am Thursday, April 2nd at the school. We might just see the Easter Bunny! Pizza will follow the hunt – no lunch is required. Parents please see the sign up sheet at front desk area for party treats. Thank you! Please be advised – School will have an early dismissal Thursday, April 2nd after lunch at 1:00 pm. Please make arrangements for prompt pickup as no daycare is provided.
Spring Vacation: Closed from Good Friday, April 3rd through April 12th. SIGN UP NOW for Summer Camp too! See the back of this sheet for sign-up information.
Time for Spring Cleaning? We would appreciate parents donating ANY outside toys, especially used riding toys, buckets, shovels etc.- please make sure thay are in good condition! Thank you!
Being Green: Being Green is not only about St. Patrick’s Day. It is also about caring for our environment and trying to change the way we do things so that we stop harming and polluting the world around us. Earth is facing massive problems at the moment, but everyone can do something to help. There are many problems facing our planet. Much of the air is no longer clean to breathe; a lot of the land and many rivers and oceans are polluted. Tropical rain forests are being chopped down. Plants and animals are dying out. We are using up the Earth’s supply of fossil fuels, such as oil and coal. What can we do? Everything that you do, no matter how small has an effect on the world around you. Children can help to make the world a better place. The future of the Earth is in your hands.
Be Green and Keep it Clean!!!

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