FROM THE DIRECTOR
On March 29th, we will be offering the Love and Logic Parenting Workshop Series at Compass Christian
Preschool. This Love and Logic Workshop is designed for parents with kids ranging from birth to 6 years
old. When parents start Love and Logic® early in their children’s lives, they dramatically up the odds that
the teenage years will be fun…instead of frantic. A sign-up sheet is located outside the preschool office.
The class will be limited to 20 people so I can address individual concerns and issues. This workshop series
is open to anyone who would like to attend so tell your friends. Babies who are not yet walking are
welcome to attend with their parents.
Cost – $20.00 to cover the cost of the workbook (checks payable to CCP)
Dates – Thursdays – 9:15am – 11:00am
March 29th, April 5th, 12th, 19th 26th
So that you can fully benefit from this program you should try to attend all five of the workshops.
The Rules of Love and Logic
Rule #1 –
Adults set firm limits in loving ways without anger, lecture, or threats.
Rule #2 –
When a child causes a problem the adult handles it in a loving way.
1. In a loving way, the adult holds the child accountable for solving his/her problems in a way that does not
make a problem for others.
2. Children are offered choices with limits.
3. Adults use enforceable statements.
4. Adults provide delayed/extended consequences.
5. The adult’s empathy is “locked in” before consequences are delivered.
For more information check out their website – www.loveandlogic.com
1st – Dr. Suess Day – Dress like your favorite Dr. Seuss character
6th – Spirit Day
8th – TK families invited to chapel at 1:25pm
12th – 16th – Spring Break
22nd – Palm Parade – Four year old class families invited to chapel at 1:25pm
29th – Green Day – Three year old class families invited to chapel at 1:25pm
30th – No School – Good Friday
Summer Camp Information – Jerusalem Marketplace
This camp will be taught by Compass Christian Preschool staff and is only open to currently enrolled
students in our 17-18 classes who are fully potty trained.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis as spots are limited. Registration forms will be sent
home in your child’s folder.
We will spend the summer learning about Jerusalem Marketplace. The campers will participate in
numerous hands on science, math and cooking activities, as well as fun games and art activities.
Registration Fee & Full payment for each camp session is due by Tuesday, April 10 , 2018
Camp days are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am-2pm.
Week 1 May 29 – June 1
Week 2 June 5 – June 8
Week 3 June 26 – June 29
Week 4 July 10 – July 13
Week 5 July 17 – July 20
Week 6 July 24 – July 27
SUMMER CAMP FEES:
Application Fee: The application fee is non-refundable and is $25 per child.
Weekly Camp Tuition: $125.00 per week.
Camp Tuition Discount:
Families with multiple children in the summer program will receive a Tuition discount of $25 per child
for the second and third child.
Camp Tuition Due Date:
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 – FULL payment for each camp session is due for each student. If your
payment is not received by this date, your child’s place in the camp will be released.
Camp Attendance Changes:
Select your camp weeks carefully as it will not be possible to change weeks after the April 10, 2018
due date. If you desire to add a week and space is available you may do so with a one week notice.
March to the beat of your own drum! Marching and drumming is our theme this month! We will be
learning how to create different rhythms using small lap drums. There is no better way to explore
music than by learning simple rhythms and experimenting with those rhythms during free play.
Children love to listen to music and play along. The Bebop band will be playing along to an Irish jig in
honor of St. Patty’s Day. You may have heard about our Bebop band. Bebop or bop is a style of jazz
characterized by a fast tempo, instrumental virtuosity, and improvisation based on the combination of
harmonic structure and sometimes references to the melody. It was developed in the early and
mid-1940s. In music class, this is a time for self-expression as various musical instruments are passed
around as we play to a variety of jazz or other multicultural tunes during the year. The 4s and TK
learned last month that the instruments in our Bebop band were all members of the percussion family.
We will also be moving to traditional Irish tunes and welcoming spring with various songs about frogs
and all things green.
4th – Kathryne Judd