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Mark Your Calendars!!
March 9 – Tuition due (last payment for the year)
March 26 – Malley’s Internet orders due (See note below)
March 23 – Easter Party – Mrs. Winters Young 3’s
March 28 – Easter Party for AM 4’s, 3 day 3’s – AM, PM 3’s, PM 4’s Pre-K
March 29 – AM 3’s, Young 3’s – Mrs. Kirchner
March 30 – Spring Break Begins – No School
March 30 – April 6 – Spring Break – No School
April 9 – School Resumes
April 25 Art Show/ Ice Cream Social/ BOGO Scholastic Book Fair
May 4 – New Student Play Date – 1:00-2:00
May 11 – New Student Play Date – 1:00-2:00
May 11 – Last Day for Young 3’s – Mrs. Winters Class
May 16 – Last Day for AM 4’s, AM 3’s(3 day) PM 3’s
May 17 Last Day for Pre-K and AM and PM 4’s Enrichment
May 18 Last Day for AM 3’s and Mrs. Kirchner’s Young 3’s
Happy March to all, hopefully we’ll welcome a warm and sunny spring this month!
Thanks to all who have placed orders for our Malley’s fundraiser. If you placed a paper order, delivery will be March 20th-23rd in carpool line. Thanks to Lauren Negrey for chairing the Malley’s sale. On-line orders can be placed up until March 26th.
We will have another Butter Braids fundraiser in April with delivery just in time for Mother’s Day.
We appreciate your generous support of the fundraisers that help sustain our everyday activities. If you find that you do not have a use for the items that we offer through our fundraisers, we would gladly accept a monetary donation to the school.
Malley’s Chocolates Fundraiser
You can still order on-line!!
If you would like to order on-line, on-line orders will be accepted until March 26th. All orders will be shipped directly to you and orders over $65.00 qualify for free shipping. Thanks for your support.
Online site group link is:
Snack Tips for Parents
Below are some tips on healthy snacking from the Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.
1 – Save time by Slicing veggies – Store sliced vegetables in the refrigerator and serve with hummus.
2 – Grab a glass of milk – A cup of milk is an easy way to drink a healthy snack.
3 – Go for whole grains – Offer whole-wheat breads, popcorn and whole oat cereals that are high in fiber and low in added sugars, saturated fat and sodium.
4 – Keep an eye on the size – Snacks shouldn’t replace a meal, so look for way to help your child understand how much is enough. Store snack-size bags in the cupboard and use them to control serving sizes.
5 – Fruits are quick and easy – Fresh, frozen, dried or canned fruits, such as applesauce. Frozen grapes or raisins, can be easy “grab and go” options that need little preparation. Offer whole fruit and limit the amount of 100% juice served.
6 – Consider convenience A single serving container of low-fat yogurt or individually wrapped string cheese can be just enough for a snack.
7 – Mix it up – Put fat-free yogurt, 100%fruit juice and frozen peaches in a blender to make a tasty smoothie.
Make meal time family time.
I know that most of you have sent in your school supplies for the year, however, if it slipped your mind, we would appreciate it if you would send them in this month. Specifically, we could use tissues and hand soap refills.
Thank you all for your support!
Lunch Bunch Drop off and Pickup Times
Drop off for Lunch Bunch is at 11:30AM and pick up is at 12:30PM. We would appreciate your promptness in dropping off the afternoon children and in picking up the morning children. We try to give each group enough time to eat and also have gym time. If you arrive later than 11:35 or 12:35 please come into the building to drop off or pick up your child. Thanks.
The RRPP Spring Break is from Friday, March 30th through Friday, April 6th.
School will resume on Monday, April 9th.
Have a Blessed Easter and a wonderful Spring break!
Rocky River Presbyterian Preschool
21750 Detroit Road
Rocky River, Ohio 44116
e-mail – email@example.com
website – www.riverpres.org