From the Director
Here is a list of my favorite Christmas traditions with my family –
1) We always wait too long to buy our tree so we go and try to ﬁnd the least “wonky” one we can ﬁnd. Then we always say we will do it earlier next year, but we don’t.
2) Decorating Christmas Cookies is one of our favorite traditions. As your children become teenagers, you get some cookies that might be inappropriate for younger audiences.
3) I have ornaments that represent all of Santa’s reindeers. The kids take turns putting them on the tree and Rudolph is the star.
4) My husband and I both hang two turtle doves on the tree and then kiss while the kids scream “eeewwww”.
5) Driving around looking at Christmas lights. Our favorite neighborhood is in Bedford. It is called “Twas the night before Christmas – Texas style”. The neighborhood is called Glenbrook and it is off Cummings between Central and Forest Ridge.
6) We always open one present on Christmas Eve.
7) Our big meal is on Christmas Eve after Church services so Christmas day we can just be lazy and have fun.
Merry Christmas! Love – Mrs. Kim
CHRISTMAS SERVICES at COLLEYVILLE CAMPUS
If you don’t have a church home please join us for Christmas services this year at Compass Church. Service Times – Thursday, December 20 | 6:30pm
Sunday, December 23 | 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:30am , 5:30pm
Monday, December 24 | 1pm , 2:30pm, 4:00pm, 5:30pm
December 4 – Spirit Day
December 11 – Pajama Day and Polar Express Day
December 13 – Red Day & Christmas Program for the Three-Year-Old Classes at 11:00am
December 14 – Gesell Parent Meeting
December 20 – Classroom Christmas Parties, times vary per classroom
December 21 – January 7 – NO SCHOOL
January 8, 2019 Return to school
December 20 – Ms. Suzanne (Music Teacher)
December 22nd – Ms. Susan (Truck Class)
December 24 – Ms. Natalie (Race Cars)
Just hear those sleigh bells jingling! Ring ting tingling too! We will be ringing those sleigh bells and dancing to holiday tunes from around the world. Christmas songs are a wonderful way to create new memories and share traditions during the holiday season. “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!” is a great quote from one of my favorite holiday movies,Elf. Music is a natural outlet for creativity and self-expression. The sheer joy of making music in a group promotes socialization and a wonderful feeling of belonging. Singing songs during the holidays lifts spirits and brings cheer to everyone. Children love to share their favorite songs. I encourage you to sing in the car, visit a nursing home, or go caroling in your neighborhood with your family. The 3s classes have been learning songs about the importance of Christmas and will be performing their program, “Come to the Manger,” on December 13that 11:00am. Wishing all of you the joys of Christmas!