From the Director
The holidays are almost upon us! Although this can be a very exciting time for young children it can also be overwhelming. To help your child understand the meaning of the holidays, include them in the preparation. They can help prepare food, make placemats and work with you to set the table. When visiting relatives make sure that all the ladies put their purses out of the children’s reach and that guns are locked away. If your child is seeing family members that they don’t really know, don’t force them to hug them. Explain to the adults that your child will need time to get to know them first. Try to keep your child on their regular schedule or as close to it as possible. Below are some links to help you make Thanksgiving fun for you and your children.
Fun Family Activities
”Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” – Alex Haley
We are doing so well working together to keep our school open, thank you for your diligence. Please remember, in the event your student or any member of your family has had contact with test positive COVID individuals we ask that you DO NOT send your child to school. The recent quarantined classes are the result of outside exposure. In addition, if you have a family member that is being tested for COVID, as the result of an exposure, PLEASE keep your student home until all family members are test confirmed negative. By doing this we will significantly reduce our risk of a complete shutdown of the program. Thank you for helping us stay open!
Dates to Remember
Nov 3 No School – GCISD Professional Development Day
Nov 9 – 22 Virtual Book Fair
Nov 10 Spirit Day
Nov 19 Thanksgiving Feast
Nov 23 – 27 No School – Thanksgiving Break