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New Berlin, Wisconsin - In City Center

New Berlin, Wisconsin

15255 W National Ave.
New Berlin, WI 53151
WAUKESHA COUNTY

SCHOOL SUMMARY:
Ages: 6 Weeks-12 Years Old
Open: Monday-Friday
Hours: 6:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
 

Newsletter - Dear Family

As the end of the summer draws near, we are starting to look towards back to school! Our Camp WOW program ends August 16th with our "End of Summer Blast"! We will be saying "Good-Bye" to all of our awesome school age friends we've been able to enjoy this summer. It was a great summer and we look forward to all of you coming back next summer!! *Please do not forget to clean out your child's cubby on their last day* Our remaining field trips for camp include bowling, Kayla's playground, Stonefire Pizza and a walk to Culver's for lunch. Remaining COA families: please keep an eye out for transition notices in your child's cubby. If transitions are happening, we will give you papers the last two weeks of August.

CURRICULUM FOCUS

August

Lazy, Hazy Days

Lights, Camera, Action!

Our Amazing Bodies

Back to School

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

We would like to give a huge, sad, farewell to our amazing college teachers that have been with us this summer!! We will miss you all and good luck at school this year! Ms. Sara, Ms. Brennan, Ms. Rachel and Ms, Abbigail.

Upcoming Events

End of Summer Blast

Date : August 16th

Time : 9:00-11:00

Description : Spending the early morning saying "Good-Bye" to all of our fellow camper friends.


August:

As we look forward to another school year, we must reflect on the previous nine months for a moment. Your child has grown and is beginning to move into another stage of learning. We, at COA, are happy to be a part of your family. Your child is special, and we work hard everyday to let them know just how special we think they are!!


August:

Sort household items. Children love to do grown-up tasks, so encourage them to help you organize real objects and completer sorting tasks around the house. Some easy examples are: organizing toys, sorting laundry, and separating items for garbage and recycling. Talk about what things should go together and why.

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