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Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

Hello Preschool Families!

 

I hope everyone is as excited as I am for the first day of school tomorrow!

 

Here are a few reminders about some of our new policies: 

 

Our drop-off and pick-up procedures  are as follows: 

 

  • Families should park their car in the parking lot and walk students to the church entrance (door 14), and a teaching assistant will take your child to their classroom.  If you have students in preschool  and in grades K-8th, we ask that you drop off the older student first, then park and walk your preschooler  to the church entrance.

 

  • ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  YOU WILL BE ALLOWED TO WALK YOUR CHILD TO THEIR CLASSROOM FOR PRESCHOOL AND PRE-K ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT STAY LONGER THAN 1-2 MINUTES. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO WALK THEM IN ON THESE DAYS, BUT YOU CAN IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO SO.  Beginning Thursday, August 13th, IT WILL BE DROP OFF ONLY.  

 

  • If you are picking up your child from preschool at 11:15, please pull up to the church doors, we will be waiting for you there.

 

  • If your child goes to extended care, at 11:15 they will be taken across the hall to the extended care room.  All drop-off and pick up for extended care will be at the main school door.  




 

Just a few sidenotes: 

 

Preschool students are not required to wear any type of face covering. 

 

If you are sending a lunch with your child, please be mindful of the packaging!  Try to send items that your child can open themselves.  

 

I do understand that the first day of school can be difficult for students and parents.  Here are some things you can do to help prepare:

 

  • Establish a bedtime to ensure your child gets enough sleep.

  • Talk to them about what is going to happen during the school day.

  • Be on time to school.

  • Tell them when you will pick them up from school or extended care. (e.g., right after nap)

  • At school, give your child a quick hug and goodbye, reassure you will be there at a certain time for pick up.  Do not sneak away when they are not looking.

  • If you are packing your child a lunch, you can put a reassuring note or special treat.  (we will read the note to them!)

 

I will do everything I can to create a classroom environment that is one of trust, love and safety.  

 

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your child’s learning and growth!  I am looking forward to a great school year!  

 

Looking forward to seeing all of you tomorrow!  Don’t forget to wear your happy pants!!

 

Blessings,

Mrs. Waggoner



 

 
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