Our separate programs have different schedules for posting Newsletters about what is happening in their classrooms. Please keep an eye out for Newsletters once a month from our Pre-Kindergarten, Preschool, Older Toddler and Younger Toddler classrooms. Baby Toddler and Infant will send out bi-monthly Newsletters.

Our Infant classroom will also provide you with a daily care sheet to let you know what your child’s day was like.

Administration will send out a monthly Newsletters to inform parents of big changes happening and school-wide events when applicable.

Teachers & Parents

It can be hard to connect with teachers during our busy drop off and pick up times. However, we want to respond to your questions or concerns as quickly as possible. If there is something that you would like to discuss, please reach out to your Lead Teacher. However, if they seem to be having a busy day we suggest dropping a note or mentioning quickly that you would like to discuss your question. We assure you that our teachers will respond and reach out to you and either find a time to discuss with you in class, or set up a conference.


We have an open-door policy regarding our Parent Teacher Conferences. We find that scheduling individual specific meetings works more frequently for our family’s different schedules, and allows us to take the time to have a good one-on-one meeting with your family. If you would like to schedule a meeting, simply mention this to your Lead Teacher, stop by our office, or give us a call and we will set up a date that works for both you and your child’s teacher.

If we ever come to the point where we feel the need to have a discussion with you and your child, we will also reach out to you to schedule a meeting. This could be a more thorough follow up from something discussed in the classroom, a response to incident reports or unusual behavior, or other significant events.

Observation & Participation

If you would like to come in to observe your child’s class, please call the office and let us know. We will work with your child’s teacher to find a day and time that works best with the classroom schedule for you to come in and observe.