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Waldorf, Maryland - In Shops at Lancaster

Waldorf, Maryland

177 St Patricks Dr
Waldorf, MD 20603
CHARLES COUNTY

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

Newsletter - Dear Family

The temperatures are rising which means that we will be outside more. Please prepare the children for summer safety such as proper clothes attire including no open toe shoes to avoid injuries. Please assure that all shoes are closed and no flip flops are worn. We do encourage parents to apply the first dose of sunblock on their children in the morning. Teachers will apply the second layer before attending outside in the afternoon. Pre-K class will take pictures with caps and gowns this month, please look for a later date. Graduation will be on June 7th at 10:30 am here in our school age room. Please share with your family members who will be attending. Camp is approaching quickly, please stop by the front desk to grab your calendar.

CURRICULUM FOCUS

May

In the Ocean/ It’s a Bug’s Life

I love my Mommy!

Rainbows/ Flowering Plants

Ice Cream/ Rain Drops on Roses

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

Welcome to all the new teachers and new students that have joined a great community here at COA Waldorf. This summer is going to be a BLAST! SHOUT OUT TO THE WINNING FAMILY WITH THEIR MOVIE TICKET PACKAGE. NAMES WERE DRAWN ON 4.19.19

Upcoming Events

BRUNCHIN' WITH MUNCHKIN

Date : 5/10/19

Time : 10:30 AM

Description : Moms will enjoy brunch with little ones while "Sip-N-Paint" activities are available.


May:

Bentley books are published six times throughout the year. Children anticipate their opportunity to participate in the process. Bentley, our mascot, helps promote a lifelong love of learning by acting out the authors’ script. Your children are the authors!


May:

Measurement: We measure to figure and compare height, length, and width; area and volume; time; etc. Measurement is expressed in conventional units such as inches and feet, ounces and pounds etc. But children may express height as,” Five bowls high!” SO, measure things! Use a ruler, a hand, a shoe or spoon. But measure! Talk about time!

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