MARK YOUR CALENDARS
February 9th - All Day Care for Kindergarten at Madison
UPCOMING ALL-DAY PROGRAMMING DAYS
Tuesday, February 9th and Wednesday, February 10th – No Kindergarten classes. JCPRD will provide all-day programming for Madison, Sunflower, and Edgerton kindergarten students at Madison. Kindergarteners will need a sack lunch with a drink.
Wednesday, February 10th – Early dismissal at 1pm for 1st grade and up. JCPRD will provide care starting at 1pm at Edgerton.
Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th – No School. JCPRD will provide all-day programming for Madison, Sunflower, and Edgerton students at Madison. All children will need a lunch with a drink.
**The above days are included in full-time fees. If your child is not full-time, additional charges will apply**
SPRING BREAK REGISTRATION
Summer Camp Registration!
DRESS UP CLOTHING NEEDED!!!!
I thought it would be fun to have an addition to our room that could enhance the creativity of your children... A dramatic play area, where the kids are able to dress up in fun clothing and put on mini skits if they'd like. Many of you have quite the little actors/actresses on your hands and I would like to encourage their creativity in all ways possible! So, if you have any old clothing articles you no longer have use for, please keep us in mind! Here are a few examples of items I would like to have available for them:
- Costumes of any sort
-Shoes (high heels/dress shoes/clown shoes)
-Any other items you can think of!
***I will be washing and disinfecting all items brought in to me as best as possible before allowing children to play with them, don't fret! :)
JCPRD's CODE of CONDUCT
Please make sure that you read over the parent handbook for our mission statement, goals, program description, hours, costs, holidays, payment schedule, and policy statements.
JCPRD has pledged to the COMMIT TO HEALTH campaign!!!
We know that kids who eat healthier and move more perform better in school. It's not just because teachers and administrators tell us so. Research shows that healthy kids get better grades, attend school more often and behave better in class.
Experts recommend that kids get 60 minutes of physical activity every day. These minutes can come before, during, or after school as long as kids are staying active and having fun!
Park and recreation agencies are the health and wellness leaders in their communities. Having a safe place to go after school, being active and eating healthy are vital services park and recreation agencies provide. That's why NRPA created Commit to Health—a campaign that supports the implementation and evaluation of Healthy Eating, Physical Activity (HEPA) standards in park and recreation sites across the country.
Please help us encourage your children to live healthy lifestyles by eating healthy, and getting lots of physical activity!
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