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There will be no school on Monday, Jan. 21 as we are closed to observe Martin Luther King Day, but CAMP PEACHTREE will be rocking the night (day) away Monday with those students and children whose parents must work on this holiday, as many do. Someone is here as early as 6:30 AM and as late as 6:30 PM for your convenience. Breakfast will be served in the morning, there will be fun games, movies and popcorn, and cool crafts. The same qualified teachers will be here to provide your child with the care they deserve on Monday at CAMP PEACHTREE. Make it a FUN day for your child!

I have a dream...

Martin Luther King's familiar words, "I have a dream" will be quoted often this weekend, as we remember this remarkable historical figure around the world. Let us all hope for a day when there is no prejudice and all men are treated equally.

You know that being an American is more than a matter of where your parents came from. It is a belief that all men are created free and equal and that everyone deserves an even break. Harry S. Truman

Thank you Connexion Church!

We had a great week this week at Peachtree Conyers! Wednesday we had our Awards Day program and it was so fabulous! Thank you to Rev. Andrew Covington, Matt Tryall and Andrew Baker of Connexion Church for their assistance with support, set up and sound. You guys are awesome! Peachtree families, if you need a place to worship, join Connexion Church at 11:00 AM on Sundays, right here in our Peachtree Academy gym.

A family in harmony will prosper in everything. ~ Chinese Proverb


The admissions packet for returning students is provided for you below. Simply download, complete the application and get it back in to the office before Feb. 1st. THAT IS THE DEADLINE before tuition rates go considerably higher. Don't be late!

Returning Student Application 2013-2014


Dear Parents...

Family traditions are things that families do together on a regular basis. These things can be patterns of behavior, enjoyable activities or a certain food that a family likes. They can be repeated daily, weekly, monthly or once a year. It is important for families to observe their traditions even as their children get older, here are four reasons why:

Family traditions create good feelings and special moments to remember. They are fun things to do. Enjoying this time together as a family will create positive emotions in each member. These are the memories that will last a lifetime.

Family traditions give every member of the family a stronger sense of belonging. Being a part of a family is more than living in the same home or having the same last name. It is about relationships and family bonds. Since family traditions are something you do together, they strengthen the bonds you have between each other creating a stronger sense of belonging to the family.

Family traditions help parents impart the family’s values to their children. To start, you get more time to model your family values to your child. Showing your child what having the ability to love is all about happens naturally when you spend quality time together – like during a traditional family activity. You will also find more opportunities to talk to your child about serious issues and keep the conversations light when you observe a family traditions.

Family traditions offer your child a sense a security. Everyday your child faces some very difficult issues. Knowing that he/she is secure and has a family to turn to is a powerful tool to use against negative peer pressure and other bad influences, etc.

It's not too late to start your own family traditions. Let your children help you think of ideas and talk about how to make it work for everyone in the family.


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