elephant in africa

March 2023

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

Wacky Wednesday and pajama day are on the calendar.

This month we are on safari in Kenya, Africa. Our areas of study will be lions, elephants and the camels of Egypt. We are also learning about rainforests.
Garden cleanup has begun as we get ready to start and sow seeds.

february valentine craft

February 2023

This month we will continue our study of the continent of Antarctica and add the Arctic to our travels. Do people live in the Arctic? Our study of polar bears and penguins continues. We are having such a good time visiting mom Crystal and her two polar bear cubs at the zoo. Did you know a polar bear cub is approximately one pound when born? Our art area has many items for Valentine creations. We will deliver our Valentines to the Senior Center for their special lunch.

Polar Bear

January 2023

Pack your warm coat and boots. We are off to the continent of Antarctica. We will learn all about polar bears and penguins. What does it mean to hibernate, migrate or adapt? Do animals leave tracks behind? Let’s find out!

tree with yellow leaves

December 2022

We would like to wish our families, friends and community a peaceful and happy holiday season. This month on our cultural shelves we will learn about Christmas, Hannukah, and Kwanza. We will continue our study of leaves and trees.

Thanksgiving food

November 2022


What does it mean to be “thankful?”


As we gather to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, what are you thankful for? What does it mean to be thankful?

This month we will begin our study of the seven continents.

On the science shelves we will study trees and leaves. Why do leaves fall off some trees this time of year? Why do leaves change color? What happens to the tree when the leaves fall off? We will also learn all about the turkey.

Mr Bones

October 2022


Welcome Mr. Bones!


Our areas of study this month will be our skeletal system, pumpkins, and what to do in a fire emergency. Thank you, Chief Waters, for visiting us and conducting our fire drill.


Welcome to School!

We are so excited to make new friends and say hello to old ones.

Our areas of study this month will be apples, the four seasons, and living and non-living.

Our drop in days are September 8 and 9.

We will continue to follow all current Covid-19 recommendations, guidelines and any mandates. Our goal is to keep all children, families, and staff healthy.