Powell Press

October 2021

A Message from Administration

Enchanted Care Powell Families,


Fall is in full swing and our students are enjoying the extra outdoor time, nature walks and seasonal curriculum activities. We are planning fun fall-themed activities for our students this month and are excited to share photos with you all through Links 2 Home.


We have hired a few new teachers across the campus. Ms. Roslyn will be working mainly at our Kids' Campus helping with before and after school. Ms. Kaylee will be assisting in our Toddler Two and Beginner classrooms. Ms. Nicole will start with us in November. She will be helping throughout the Learning Center.


Please reach out to our administration team with any questions. We are happy to help!


Wishing You Well,


Mallory Harney, Principal

Mallory.Harney@EnchantedCare.com

Our Administration Team

New Teaching Staff

October Events

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World Teacher's Day

Tuesday, Oct. 5th, 7am-6pm

8761 Moreland Street

Powell, OH

For world teachers day, we are asking parents to stock our breakroom with snacks and treats to show our teachers love and appreciation.

If you have questions, please reach out to the administration team.

Kids' Campus Drop-in Day

Friday, Oct. 15th, 7-9am

8761 Moreland Street

Powell, OH

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Kids' Campus Drop-in Day

Monday, Oct. 18th, 4am-6pm

8761 Moreland Street

Powell, OH

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Picture Day

Monday, Oct. 25th, 8am-12pm

8761 Moreland Street

Powell, OH

More Details Coming

Picture Day

Tuesday, Oct. 26th, 8am-12pm

8761 Moreland Street

Powell, OH

More Details Coming

Virtual Speaker Series

Virtual Potty Training Workshop

Wednesday, Oct. 27th, 1pm

This is an online event.

Are you ready to take that next step? Do you need ideas or support to make your child’s potty training a success? Learn tips and techniques to ensure a successful, positive experience. Register today at https://conta.cc/3ywftwW.

October Preschool Blog

Ways to Encourage Your Child’s Speech and Language Development at Home

Speech and language skills support children’s ability to communicate and engage with others, express and understand feelings, and help them understand the world around them.

Our teachers encourage speech and language development by creating a literacy-rich environment filled with pictures, books and words, and modeling language usage on a continuous basis. In our classrooms, books are readily accessible, materials are labeled with photos and words, and children’s writing attempts are apparent. The constant access to expressive and receptive literature encourages children to explore printed text, listen for new vocabulary, make connections between printed words and illustrations, and to ask questions.

Below are some age-appropriate activities you can try with your child at home.

Infants & Toddlers (0-2 years)

· Encourage your child to make sounds back to you (i.e., “ma,” “da,” “ba”).

· Point out colors and shapes in books and in your environment.

· Gather a group of toy animals and sing “Old MacDonald.” Hold up each animal as you say its name and sound. Encourage your child to sing along and say the names of the animals with you.

· When your child begins to speak, repeat their words and add a word or two. Point to a toy car and ask what it is. When they respond “car,” say, “Yes, that is a bright red car.”

Beginners & Intermediates (2-4 years)

· Read a favorite book with your child. Ask questions about the characters and key events.

· Put on a play with dolls or puppets. Encourage your child to narrate and have conversations with you.

· Take a walk outdoors and ask your child questions about the weather, animals you see and sounds you hear.

· During a time with limited distractions (i.e., bath time or dinner), ask your child to talk about their day. Use questions like, “Who did you play with today?” and “What did you draw at school?”

Pre-K & Pre-K2 (4-5 years)

· Ask your child to make up their own short story and tell it aloud.

· Encourage your child to tell you how to do something, such as make a sandwich or draw a picture. This will help them communicate something they wouldn’t normally think about.

· While shopping, ask your child to describe each item you buy. Listen for words like “small” and “large,” “round” and “square,” and “heavy” and “light.”

· Practice writing, language and memory by pretending you and your child are at a restaurant. Encourage them to fulfill orders by writing down what you say.

Updates and Reminders

School Website

On our school website, under the "For Parents" tab, you will find the school year calendar as well as the monthly calendar, newsletters and menus.



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ALMA

When you enrolled at Enchanted Care, you should have received an important email with the link to set up your Alma account. Functions include payment methods, account statements, contact information and authorization of individuals to pick up your child.


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Love Our School?

In today’s connected world, many families turn to online reviews to learn more about the reputation of schools. Just a reminder that you can find our school on Facebook, Google, Yelp and other online directories. We’d love more families like yours, so please consider spreading the word about our school.

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