Note from the Director
Another wonderful school year has come to an end and I am filled with both joy and sadness. I am so joyful that all the children have grown so much this year and that we have gotten to be part of this growth. Our main goal is to love on all our students and share with them the Word of God and His Love. But, I am sad as some of our students will be graduating and leaving us. For those families with children who are going on to kindergarten we will miss you and hope that you will bring them back to visit us and maybe even read to a class. Please know that we are always here for your family and you will always be in our thoughts and prayers.
Summer Camp – Jerusalem Marketplace
This camp will be taught by Compass Christian Preschool staff and is only open to currently enrolled students in our 2017-2018 classes who are fully potty trained. 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 with registration
Camp days are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am-2pm.
Week 1 May 29 – June 1 Week 4 July 10 – July 13
Week 2 June 5 – June 8 Week 5 July 17 – July 20
Week 3 June 26 – June 29 Week 6 July 24 – July 27
SUMMER CAMP FEES:
Application Fee: This fee is non-refundable and is $25 per child. This fee is not discounted.
Weekly Camp Tuition: $125.00 per week. ALL Camp Tuition fees are due in full Tues. April 10, 2018. A $25 per child tuition discount applies for families with two or more children enrolled in the program beginning with the second child. NO refunds will be given for camp session fees after Tues. May 8, 2018
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May 4th – Transitional Kindergarten Open House
May 8th – Spirit Day
May 10th – Purple Day
May 15th – Pre-K Graduation
May 17th – Last Day of Preschool
11th – Jennifer Wouters
14th – Laurie Anderson
I have had the joy to watch your children grow with music this year and the fun continues as we buzz around and learn about God’s creations. The Ones, Twos and Threes will have dancing feet as they sing about insects this month. The Fours are working hard preparing for their spring program, “Peace, Love and Preschool” on May 15th at 6:30 pm and TK has a special surprise for the parents during Open House. I am so excited to share their talents with all of you. Even though school is ending, the beat goes on. Have you ever wondered about the importance of music to a child’s development? Or what are the benefits of listening to different kinds of music? Did you realize when you were in the car with your child singing at the top of your lungs while your little one sways back and forth and clapping their hands with excitement that you were teaching your child about language, motor, cognitive and social skills? This summer try to include as much music as you can in your schedule. We are blessed to live in an area that provides so many musical opportunities for families. Singing, listening to music, or banging on an instrument stimulates a child’s brain, helps to increase motor skills and self-awareness and also helps improve their attention span. So the next time you are looking for something fun to do with your child, just turn on some music and dance or make your own music and sing! – Suzanne Hewitt