JUNE 21 - FIRST DAY OF SUMMER
Summer is a time to relax, take a family vacation, and have fun with our friends. But, the rise in temperature and outdoor time brings new concerns.
SUNBURNS: Use lots of sunscreen. Try different brands with different ingredients. My personal favorite is the zinc oxide type. Find what works best for your child. Some may prefer spray on their body but cream on their face. Don't forget to apply sunscreen before arriving at the center. Re-apply during a day outdoors.
WATER SAFETY: You should reassess your child's swim abilities before every trip around water. Floatation equipment approved by the US Coastguard is best; your child's life is worth it. Active supervision is always important. Make it a habit to keep a child within arm's reach when playing in or around water.
HYDRATION: Dehydration happens quickly. In the heat, children sometimes have a hard time realizing they are thirsty. Remind them to drink water regularly. Electrolyte filled Gatorade popsicles or getting a personalized new water bottle can also help with keeping a child well-hydrated.
PLEASE Make sure everything brought to school is labeled with your child’s name. And, apply sunscreen before school as things are heating up!
Summer Vacations: please email email@example.com at least two-weeks prior to vacations so we can get your account adjusted.
We are very excited to announce that we have installed new cameras in each classroom! We will be going live once the new admin dashboard is complete.
- June 01: Kona Ice @ 3 PM
- May 30 - June 03: Happy Campers
- June 06 - 10: Go, Sports
- June 06: Babaloo (Rm 3, 5, & 6) @ 9:30 AM
- June 13 - 17: NASA
- June 14: Flag Day
- June 19: Happy Father's Day
- June 20 - 24: Over the Rainbow
- June 21: Martial Arts (Rm 6) @ 11 AM
- June 23: Bubble Bus @ 10 AM
- June 27 - July 01: Party in the USA
- July 04: Happy Fourth of July (Center Closed)
- July 05 - 08: A'Hoy, Matey!
- July 11 - 15: Spy Kids
- July 18 - 22: Shark Week
- July 22: Mad Science @ 10 AM
- July 25 - 29: Disney Week