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Showers of Fun!

April showers bring May flowers! It may be rainy this month, but at least it isn’t snow! We are all getting back into our routines after our Spring Break! We hope everyone enjoyed the holidays with their families and friends!

 

This month we are Ready for Spring! The children will be learning about Weather, Rainbows, Kites, Gardening, Flowers, Bugs and Earth Day!  Some fun things are coming up this month!

Bring a Joke to School on Tuesday the 14th.  We can’t wait to hear what jokes come in!

On Wednesday the 15th our classrooms will have Mystery Readers! Please let the office know if you would like to come in a read a book!

The Book Fair comes to school on Monday the 20th! We love the Book Fair! So many good books to earn for our school!

We are hosting a Mommy & Me Night on Tuesday the 21st! Come to the school after hours to listen to a story and browse the book fair in your pajamas!

Earth Day is Wednesday the 22nd!  We have some fun recycling activities planned!

Thurday the 23rd is Take Your Child To Work Day!

On Tuesday the 28th we are going to buddy-up the older kids with younger kids to get creative with art!

Wear the colors of the rainbow on the 29th to show your school spirit!

 

April Showers
April showers bring May flowers,
That is what they say.
But if all the showers turned to flowers,
We’d have quite a colourful day! There’d be bluebells and cockleshells,
Tulips red and green,
Daffodils and Chinese squill,
The brightest you’ve ever seen. You’d see tiger lilies and water lilies,
Carnations pink and blue,
Forget-me-not and small sundrop
Glistening with the dew. We’d have fireweed and milkweed
And many more different flowers.
Mexican star and shooting star,
Falling in the showers. And if all the showers turned to flowers
On that rainy April day,
Would all the flowers turn to showers
In the sunny month of May?

by Karen Chappell

 

Written by Kara Scott

April News

The Goddard SchoolReady For Spring

This months themes:

Kites!
Rainbows!
Weather!
Earth Day!
Flowers!
Bugs!
Gardening!

Things to know:

Book Fair: The book fair will be here from April 16th to the 25th. As always, the book fair is a ‘pay and take’ event. We except cash, checks, and credit cards.

Spring Attire: Please make sure to update your child’s spare clothing in their cubby for the nicer weather!

Spring Break: We will be closed on Friday, April 18th and Monday, April 21st. We hope you and your family have a nice long weekend
together!

Fall Registration: Summer Camp registration is over and we will now begin Fall 2014 registration. The annual registration is $125 per child. We will be adding this fee to your tuition statement in a few weeks. When your registration fee is paid, this will secure your child’s placement for September. If your child will not be attending Goddard this Fall, please let us know so we don’t charge your account.

“The naked earth is warm with Spring,
And with green grass and bursting trees
Leans to the sun’s kiss glorying,
And quivers in the sunny breeze.”

~Julian Grenfell

Written by: Kim Hensinger

April News

Gardening - Kids & TeacherThe months are flying by and we have completed our Summer Camp Registration and are busy working on the 2013-2014 school year. We are now registering for September 2013. All current families will see the annual registration fee of $125 in their April statement. Please let us know if there are any changes to your child’s schedule for the fall!

The book fair is almost here! It will be arriving the week of April 15th! We take cash, checks and major credit cards. We hope you enjoy the new and exciting books with your family!

Spring has arrived! We can finally say goodbye to cold weather and hello to warm weather! Please make sure your child’s clothes are up to date for the weather and their current size. All children should keep a top, bottom, and underwear in their cubbie for emergencies.

Last but definately not least, Goddard is excited to celebrate our Earth and promote a healthier Earth for future generations to come as we kick off “Root For Earth” on Monday, April 22nd. We will start the week by flipping the switch with nearly 400 Goddard Schools nation wide. We will turn off all non-essential lighting for one hour. The children will also participate in fun environmental learning activities throughout the week to teach them about our earth and how to take care of it. Stop by and “Root For Earth” with us today!

“A gush of bird-song, a patter of dew, A Cloud, and a rainbow’s warning, Suddenly sunshine and perfect blue–An April day in the morning” Harriet Prescott Spofford

Written by: Kim Hensinger