Spring has finally sprung! Construction season has taken over and surrounded us on all sides. We ask during this time that you have patience dropping off and picking up your children. We do suggest that it might be easier to park in gateway and walk back. We have been told that we will always have access to our parking lot, but be aware the driveway maybe restricted on one end or the other.
We are so excited to start planning our outdoor activities. We are discussing our gardens, outdoor classrooms, and walks we want to take this spring. Each of our classrooms is celebrating the week of the young child this week. Look for more emails each day talking about the importance of early childhood education not only for you and your family but how the early childhood effects the community around us.
As always if you have any questions or concerns feel free to reach out to me at anytime.
Did you know we have a clothing exchange located in the entrance area by the kitchen. If you are in need of some items please feel free to take what you need. If you have items to donate please see Devon or Cheryl.
Today we know more then ever before about the importance of children’s earliest years in shaping their learning and development. Yet, never before have the needs of young children and their families been more pressing. The week of the young child is a time to recognize that children’s opportunities are our responsibilities, and to recommit ourselves to ensure that each and every child experiences the type of early learning environment -at home, at childcare, at school and in our community that will promote their early learning.
Save the Date: Annual Dinner May 15th. Please sign up in your child’s room. We look forward to spending the evening enjoying some delicious food put together by Rose our Nutrition Coordinator and talking about Red Caboose. More details to come.
Red Caboose Staff April 16th, 2019