Registration Information for the 2013-14 school year is now available as one of our "links for families" to the right. Registration is open to returning families starting in January 2013. It is open to new families February 1st. Registration for a new student is only accepted with a completed tour or visit to the program. You may schedule a private visit or you may choose to attend our open house on Thursday, Jan. 24th from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm.
READ registration info for complete details.
|This is the driver man, who drives the truck with all the big supplies, such as a pipe threader, that helps to put ends on pipes that can help them to connect. |
(Mrs. Coleman failed to get his name. Sorry.)
|Can you tell that Tate's perspective is from the top?? He was standing on a chair in his classroom, and drew pictures of what he saw. Brilliant!|
|Here is Brighton's version. Brighton's enthusiasm for this project was simply contagious!!|
|Zaid's picture is really quite detailed. Look closely!|
|This is Logan's depiction of the events. Patrick loved to see that he was represented in all of these pictures.|
If you build a house, or barn, you can put zoo animals inside!! Here's another example!
Magnatiles - a preschooler's best building option!
Summer is a great time for adventures and shared experiences with family and friends. Maybe you have had a chance to visit The Children's School, Seattle on Facebook to see some of Mrs. McArthur and Teacher Cinda's activities. And if you have a chance to go to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe, during the last week in August is where you will find Teacher Theresa and her 3 girls showing sheep in the sheep pavillion!! I'm hoping you will have the chance to share your pictures and stories with us when we all get back to school!!
Heifer International Project
*Kids Helping Kids*
Our classes will learn about the positive effects that animals can have on improving the quality of life in other countries. We will be reading the true story of Beatrice’s Goat and talk about some benefits a goat can bring to a family in need. We will be collecting quarters to buy a goat for a child and his or her family, living in an underprivileged country.
It takes $120 to buy a goat and we will be collecting quarters for the next several weeks with this goal in mind. But every culture has a different relationship with animals. Goats may be great for families in
The quarters will be collected in 2 clear tube “piggy banks.” Each class will gladly accept quarter donations.