Letter From The Director December 1, 2017

Weekly Director Letter
December 1, 2017
Kids For Kids Academy Newsletter

Dear Parents,
     It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa all throughout the school.  Our kids love this time of the year where they can learn about different holidays.  Thanks a million to everyone who brought in items for our garage sale that will take place tomorrow (come and shop) as well as those that took books of raffle tickets to sell in support of Mia’s cancer journey.  We still have books left if anyone wants to take some to sell to family and friends over the holidays. We have more than 50 amazing prizes and the tickets are only $5 each.  I have always said we have the kindest families at our school.
     Speaking of kindness, some of you have asked about our holiday angel tree.  We will begin putting up hearts on the front window next week.  Each heart will represent a student from our school whose families could use a little bit of extra holiday joy.  Should you wish to pick one of their names and have your child help choose a toy for them, I know they will smile brighter this holiday season.  Toys will be collected until December 20th.
     Lots of excitement coming up this month….Our book fair will start on December 11th (a change from the calendar) and Clifford The Big Red Dog will be here on December 14th from 4:00-6:00 (We are looking for someone tall to be in the Clifford suit during that time).  Don’t forget to sign up for Parents Night Out on December 16th from 6:00-11:00 pm.  This is great time to leave your kids with us and do that last minute holiday shopping.  The following week on December 22nd, Santa will be here from 7:45-9:00 to take photos with our students and bring them little gifts.
     Remember we will be closed from December 25th to January 1.  We will reopen on Tuesday, January 2. Finally, thanks Miss Sammy for a fabulous Family Story-Time.
Have a great weekend,
Beth Rosenthal Davis, Ed.S, NBCT
Director, Kids For Kids Academy


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