If you would like to bring in sunscreen for the summer, you can. We are not allowed to have any aerosol cans of sunscreen at Kare-a-Lot. Please make sure to come to the office to fill out an administration of medication form before you leave the sunscreen with us. Also, please label the sunscreen with your child’s name.
Father’s Day Breakfast
On June 14th we will have a light breakfast for fathers on the table near the couches. Please feel free to take it to go or you can stay and enjoy it here. We invite all fathers to stop and have some breakfast on us.
If your child is going to be on vacation, out sick or visiting family, please call the center or send an e-mail to notify us to let us know that they will not be in attendance so we can prepare accordingly for lunch and daily activities. We appreciate your help with this matter.
June 3rd is the start of Water days. We will continue water days through the week of August 12th. During water days children will play in water tables, wading pools or sprinklers. Infant 2’s water day will be on Thursday, Infant 3’s water day will be on Friday, Toddler 1’s water day will be on Monday, Toddler 2’s water day will be on Wednesday, Preschool’s water day will be on Tuesday, PreK’s water day will be on Thursday and School-agers’ will be on Tuesday. On water days please have your child wear or bring a bathing suit, water shoes or flip flops (separate from the shoes they are wearing for the day) and a towel. If your child does not have these items they will not be able to participate.
Please make sure that your child has a change of weather appropriate clothes in their cubby. Even if they are potty trained, they still need extra clothes in their cubby for art or lunch messes. Many of the students in our older classrooms do not have any extra clothes and it is important that EVERY CHILD has a set. Make sure the clothing is labeled with your child’s name. If you would like to donate some extra clothes to our classroom, we would gladly accept gently used shoes, underwear and pants that your children may have outgrown, especially for our students who are aged three and up. Thank you for your help with this!