Bellamy

Bellamy Manor March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

March has arrived with occasional warm days that promise spring. February was an intense month, and our children grew in knowledge as well as stature as they explored other cultures, colors, community helpers, birds and past Presidents.

Ms. Kirsty and Ms. Susanne continue to help our youngest children with the exciting process of learning. The children paint, crayon and cut as they learn about shapes.

The three-year-olds will be learning about nutrition. Our goal is to help the children learn about “good” foods and the main food groups. This unit involves quite a bit of cooking and sampling with each food group. They will make bread, pizza, fries and paint with vegetables. The grand finale is a yummy party and a class created cookbook!

Our four-year-olds will be taking a look back in time as they study the Wild West. They will be learning about horses, cowboys and Rodeos with a combination of factual information. They’ll also study horses with many delightful stories about the American Cowboys.

Ms. Sandra’s Pre-K class looks at our world from a geographical and environmental angle. Ms. Sandra introduces her children to some basic geographical concepts using habitats as her motif. By mid-month the children are learning about the fragility of various habitats and the interdependence between the environment and its inhabitants. An investigation of endangered species concludes the unit.

The kindergarten classes finished a whirlwind trip around the world last week. They now will study the human body. It is now time to learn more about ourselves. We start by looking closely at our skin and are working our way through the body systems to the heart (the most important part!)

Our Spring Break will be the week of April 13th –17th. We plan to dye eggs on April 6th and 7th. Our annual egg hunts will be April 9-10th. Your child’s teacher will be sending out more information. We ask that you send in a basket or bag labeled with your child’s name on it the morning of their hunt. The pretend grass in the basket is fine, but please no candy or stuffed animals. The following week is spring break. Both students and teachers will take a well- deserved vacation before returning for the final busy weeks of school.

Registration is going beautifully thanks to all of you.   Keep on talking! Three of our four schools still have openings.   If you plan to return next year and have not yet turned in a pre-registration form, talk to me soon. We would hate to fill your spot!

Many of you have inquired about our summer program. It is patterned on the school year adapted for summer.   It offers continued play, academics, social, and craft opportunities. The children have plenty of opportunity to play dress ups, easels paint, puzzles, games, and water play. The registration forms for summer is attached and will also be available in the lobby. Enrollment is limited so please return your summer registration form if you are interested.

We will use the Info-Snap online enrollment procedure for our summer program registration. It’s a two- step process. Step one is the submission of the summer preregistration form and fee. Step two is the online submission of the Info-Snap registration form. We will need the preregistration form and fee before you submit your online registration. Parents who choose to pay the registration fee via credit or debit card may do so through our online tuition portal, Diamond Mind (http://bellamymanor.diamondmindinc.com/).

It looks like a full and fun month ahead. We are two thirds through the year, and the growth in the children is incredible. They have learned a tremendous amount in these past months. We feel so fortunate to have such a rewarding job. Your children bring us joy in so many ways.

Sincerely,

Nancy

SPRING PROGRAMS:

 

Tuesday, April 28 @ 9:15 Ms. Kirsty, Ms. Taryn, and Ms. Susanne

 

Wednesday, May 6 @ 9:30                          Thursday, May 7 @ 9:30

     Ms. Kristina                                                     Ms. Michele

     Ms. Niki                                                            Ms. Jess

     Ms. Dary                                                           Ms. Sandra

     Ms. Sara                                                           Mrs. Hobbs

 

Afternoon classes @ 2:15        

 

DATES TO REMEMBER

 

March 19 and 20………………………Class Pictures

April 12………………………………Happy Easter

April 13-17…………..………………. Spring Break SCHOOL CLOSED

April 25 …………………………….. Ms. Kirsty, Ms. Taryn and Ms. Susanne’s      Show

May 6 & 7…..………………………. Spring Programs

May 12..…………………………….. Conference Day (Open for Full Day students only)

May 25..………….…….……………. Memorial Day SCHOOL CLOSED

June 5..………….…………………….Kindergarten Graduation

June 12..……….…………………….. Last Day of School

June 15-19……………………………School open for Day Care Only (Turtle Week)

June 22–August 21….……………………Summer Program

Sept. 1…. ..………………………………Open House

Sept. 8..………………………………..First Day of School 2020-2021

Greenbrier

Greenbrier Manor March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

If February’s warmth was a hint, March will declare that spring is here. Last month was an intense month and our children grew in knowledge as well as stature as they explored life on the farm, leave Farmer MacGregor’s garden, past presidents, and themselves.

Ms Loretta and Ms Karen will introduce the children to the colors all around us! They will explore color through food, animals, textures and lots of books. It will be a truly exciting month for our little ones!

The three-year-old classes will be introduced to Eric Carle, the celebrated children’s author. His books are delightful and the children will enjoy not only his emotional characters, but also his colorful and crafty illustrative techniques. There will be lots of cooking this month – Thanks to Jack and his Mama and Walter the baker!

Bridget, Kim, and Kari’s four-year-olds are in for a treat this month because it’s BEAR MONTH! From Corduroy, Pooh, and Paddington to pandas and polar bears they investigate bears, their habits and habitats. Some activities you might hear about include packing Paddington’s suitcase, painting Pooh, and ultimately our teddy bear picnic. The fours indulge in fantasy to their heart’s content.

Ms. Gwen’s pre-kindergarten classes investigate weather – clouds, rainbows, snowflakes, and wind. This unit is designed to be quite a hands on, scientific approach to the causes of different types of weather. Letter and number recognition as well as phonics instruction continue on an individual basis.

The kindergarten class goes around the world. It’s a full month’s trip, and we learn about children from other countries. The emphasis of study is on the dress, food, homes, and customs of children from countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa. If any of you have traveled and can share pictures or souvenirs with the class, please let Tracy and Stephanie know.

In Spanish, we will be learning about clothes. You may hear your child say I need my la chaqueta y el abrigo (coat and sweater) as we finish winter and enter spring.

Registration is going beautifully thanks to all of you. Keep on talking! If you plan to return next year and have not yet turned in a registration form, talk to Jackie soon. We would hate to fill your spot.

Many of you have inquired about GMS’s summer program. It is patterned on the GMS school year adapted for summer. It offers continued play, academics, social, and craft opportunities. The children have plenty of opportunity to use the iPads, dress-ups, easels, puzzles, and games. Enrollment is limited so please return the preregistration form if you are interested.

We will use the InfoSnap online enrollment procedure for our summer program registration. It’ll remain a two-step process. Step one is the submission of the summer preregistration form and fee. Step two is the online submission of the InfoSnap registration form. We will need the preregistration form and fee before you submit your online registration. Parents who choose to pay the registration fee via credit or debit card may do so through our online tuition portal, Diamond Mind (http://greenbriermanor.diamondmindinc.com/).

Spring Break is coming up April13th thru April 17th. Our spring celebration will be the week of April 6th. We plan to dye eggs and have our egg hunts on April 8th and 9th. We will close at the end of the day Friday April 10th for Spring Break. Both students and teachers will take a well-deserved vacation before returning for the final busy weeks of school.

Please remember we are a peanut and tree nut free school. Make sure you check ingredients in the foods you send in with your child. If you bring in food for the entire class, it must be store bought with the label still attached. We will check to make sure it was not made in a facility processed with peanuts or tree nuts as well. If you have any questions about our policy, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you!

 

Sincerely,

 

Jackie

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

March 11,12 & 13………..Individual & Class Pictures

April 1,2, & 3………….Spring Programs

April 13-17……………..Spring Break, School Closed.

May 12.……….………..Conference Day (Open for All Day Care only)

May 25…………………Memorial Day, School Closed

June 5……………………Kindergarten Graduation @ 9:15

June 12…………………Last Day of School

June 15-19………………School Open for Day Care

June 22-Aug 21…………Summer programs

Sept 8…………………..Fall programs begin

Spring Programs

 

Wednesday, April 1                                    Wednesday, April 1

9:15                                                                      10:00

Adrieen Gibson                                                    Karen King

Gwen Kensinger (am class)

 

 

Wednesday, April 1

2:00

Gwen Kensinger (pm class)

 

 

 

Thursday, April 2                                                     Thursday, April 2

9:15                                                                                          10:00

Cindi Schaffter                                                                       Loretta Moore

Kim Little

Tracy Garlow/Stephanie Stanger

 

 

Friday, April 3                                                          Friday, April 3

9:15                                                                             10:30

Brittney Baker                                                                        Liz Holladay

Bridget Winston                                                                     Kari Swain

 

 

 

West Neck

Beach Manor March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

March has arrived with occasional warm days that promise spring.   February was an intense month and our children grew in knowledge as they explored Pete the Cat, Bears, past Presidents and the of course our zany Dr. Suess.

 

The month of March takes most classes outside. Ms. Leslie and Ms. Sarah continue to help our youngest children with the exciting process of learning. The children will explore the concept of opposites as they compare and contrast the world around us!

Our three year olds will begin the month with an in-depth analysis of several nursery tales. The Three Pigs, The Three Bears, and The Gingerbread Man highlight this unit with much puppetry and cooking. We even grow a beanstalk for Jack to climb! The threes end the month with Little Red Riding Hood and homemade bread baked by the Little Red Hen herself!

The four year olds discover the world of Beatrix Potter. After they are thoroughly entranced by Benjamin Bunny, Peter Rabbit and Jeminiah Puddle Duck, they have a marvelous English tea party. We have a good bit of fun with this unit while introducing the children to some excellent literature. Because Beatrix Potter’s books are so delightfully illustrated, reading her stories to your children at home will help reinforce her world in their minds.

Ms. Diane’s Prek students will study about our feathered Birds of Prey. You will be truly impressed with the depth and scope of your child’s knowledge as he/she learns to identify several   species of our feathered friends.   The study ends with a fantastic bird party –pass the worms, please.

The Kindergarten class will now take a trip back in time to the age of reptiles and study dinosaurs. These budding paleontologists learn to identify close to twenty-five dinosaurs before attending a dinosaur hunt at the end of the month. This is one of our favorite studies and the children love it.

 

In Spanish the children will be learning about clothes. You may hear our child say I need my la Caquetá y el abrigo (coat and sweater) as we finish winter and enter spring.

 

Spring Break is from April 13th-April 17th. We will have our annual egg hunt on April 9th and 10th. Your child’s teacher will communicate to you when they are planning their hunt. Please send in an empty basket or bag, labeled with your child’s name on the appropriate morning. Pretend grass is fine, please no candy or stuffed animals. We will close at the end of the day Friday, April 10th for Spring Break. Both student and teachers will take a well-deserved vacation before returning for the final busy weeks of School.

Ms. Karen will be putting together our Spring Program again this year. The big event will take place on April 7th and 8th. . Class performances times are listed below. It’s the Kindergarten and MDO parents turn to provide goodies for the grownups on the porch.

Many of you have inquired about our summer program that is offered at Beach, Bellamy, Broad Bay and Greenbrier Manor. It is a wonderful program patterned on the school year and adapted for the summer. It offers continued play, academics, socialization and crafts. The children have plenty of opportunity to use the computers, dress ups, easels, puzzles, games and train sets. The summer registration form is attached. Enrollment is limited, so please return the registration form if you are interested.

We will use the InfoSnap online enrollment procedure for our summer program registration. It will remain a two-step process. Step one is the submission of the summer pre-registration form and fee. Step two is the online submission of the InfoSnap registration form. We will need the preregistration form and fee before you submit your online registration.

It looks like a full and fun month. We are two thirds through the year, and the growth in the children is incredible. They have learned a tremendous amount in these past months. We feel so fortunate to have such a rewarding job. Your children bring joy in so many ways!

REGISTRATION:

Registration for next year is going well.  It is satisfying to know that so many of you are pleased with Beach Manor’s program.  Thank you for all your support and cooperation.    Without your smiles and encouragement my job would be so difficult.  Instead, it’s a joy!  Openings are still available in some of our classes even though I have opened registration to the general public.   If you intend to register your child for next year and haven’t yet done so, I urge you to turn in your form along with your registration fee immediately. The only way to be sure of a place next year is to turn in both the registration form and the registration fee.

Many of you have asked questions about our kindergarten program. I realized that when most of you initially register at Beach I go into great detail about the three year old program or the four year old program, but often kindergarten comes as a wonderful surprise.  Our kindergarten program continues the phonics instruction begun in the four year old program .It includes a very strong short vowel reading, writing, and spelling curriculum that leads to long vowel usage in the spring.  The children learn to recognize and write numbers to 100 and beyond; they learn math facts to 20, graphing, fraction recognition, and how to count money.  The joy of the program, however, is the incredible amount of information the children learn in their unit studies (constellations, musical instruments, and dinosaurs, children around the world, the human body, and other very hands on science studies.). The goal is, as always, to enhance their self-esteem.  Having so much knowledge about their world gives them tremendous self-confidence. They acquire the skills needed to put them at the top of their first grade class.  Your response so far for next year is gratifying.

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY.  Although our inclement weather policy states that we will close if the public schools close, sometimes it is not necessary.  It all depends on the roads and the power conditions.  Be sure to check our website under “Special Announcements” at www.manorschools.com.  Of course, if your neighborhood conditions are even slightly questionable, stay home.

Please return any clothes your child may have borrowed from school due to accidents or playground mishaps.  We’re getting low on our supply of spare socks, underwear, and pants.  It helps so much to have a change of clothes in the bottom of your child’s book bag.
Check coats and jackets.  Sometimes a child grabs the wrong coat on his way out the door.  So many jackets are similar and make ownership difficult to distinguish.  PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE LABEL!!!

 

Just a quick reminder of our illness policy: children with a fever will be sent home immediately. Children are not to return to school until they have been fever free for twenty four hours. Do not give your child medicine in the morning to bring down his/her temperature and send him/her to school. The only way we can contain these illnesses is by keeping the sick children at home.

Thank you for all the help and support. Sincerely, Chris

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

Lion’s Club Testing- Vision…………………….. March 4/5

Class and Pony pictures………………………… March 24/25

Spring Program……………………………..       April 7/8

Spring Break…………………………………       April 13-17

SCHOOL CONFERENCES ………………….   May 12(Open for all day

Children only)

MEMORIAL DAY……………………………..  May 25 (school closed)

KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION………….. June 5

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL …………………….. June 12

 

SUMMER PROGRAMS AT…………………..   June 15- August 21

(BEACH, BELLAMY, BROAD BAY AND GREENBRIER)

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL…………………….    September 8

 

 

 

CLASS PICTURES

 

MARCH 24TH—Ms. Sarah, Ms. Leslie, Ms. Annie, Ms. Diane, Ms. Heim

 

MARCH 25TH –Ms. Karen D, Ms. Jennifer, Ms. Harden, Ms. Kristen D, Ms. Kelli, Ms. Sharon

 

 

SPRING PROGRAM

 

930AM—April 7—

Ms. Leslie, Ms. Sarah, Ms. Annie, Ms. Harden, Ms. Keli, Ms. Diane

 

930AM—April 8—

Ms. Karen D, Ms. Jennifer, Ms. Kristen D, Ms. Sharon, Ms. Heim

Broad Bay

Broad Bay Manor School March 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

March has arrived with occasional warm days that promise spring.   February was an intense month, and our children grew in knowledge as well as stature as they explored dinosaurs, opposites, zoo animals, the wild west and past presidents.

 

This month the 2’s children will explore the many adventures of Pete the Cat. These best-selling picture books present the wiry Pete with his white shoes and eclectic friends showing that it’s cool to be you. With boundless poise, creativity and energy, Ms. Kristin and Ms. Charlynn do an exceptional job with their charges.

 

With their usual enthusiasm, our three year-old teachers will introduce life on the farm. The focus of this unit is farm animals and their products. Although the school doesn’t take field trips, the petting zoo at the Norfolk Zoo has many farm animals the children can touch and feed. As the children become more aware of their environment, their curiosity deepens. These studies are designed to help them organize their world. Ms. Jamie will be right there with them to create even more connections in the Spanish language! Bring your child to the zoo and listen to all the new words they have learned this month!

 

Our four-year-olds take an in-depth look at nature and begin their study of local birds. This is really an impressive unit. By the time it’s over, the children can accurately identify about twenty-five different species of birds as they return to Tidewater for the spring. It also ends with a marvelous bird party (pass the worms, please)!

 

Our pre-kindergarten classes will now study the world of insects! Bugs are fascinating little creatures and the children start looking very closely at them with this unit. We hope to raise a crop of ladybugs and watch our family of ants build their home!

 

The kindergarten classes will study Dr. Seuss and his zany characters. The Cat in the Hat and all his friends–Thigwick, Bartholomew Cubbins, Horton, and Yertle become our vehicles for learning. Rhymes, math, crafts, and songs all focus on Seuss themes during these days. It all ends with the notorious Breakfast at Broad Bay featuring Green Eggs and Ham (of course!).

 

Fall Registration

Thank you to those that have completed the online registration through InfoSnap. If you have not, please follow the previously emailed link and complete the enrollment form so your child is fully enrolled for fall. Let me know if you need the link again; I will be happy to resend! Although most classes are full at BBMS for Fall 2020, there are openings at our other Manor Schools in the area. The curriculum, schedule, equipment and even the parties are exactly the same!

 

Summer at BBMS

Many of you have inquired about our summer program. It is patterned on the school year and adapted for summer.   It offers continued play, academics, socialization, craft activities, and tons of outside play! You will receive summer information through both email and as hard copies coming home with your student. Please send back the form and registration fee to reserve a spot for your child ASAP.

 

 

School closings or delays will be posted on our website at www.manorschools.com. The announcement will pop up immediately on the homepage. You will also get an email as soon as a decision is made. We typically follow the public school’s closings initially. We try our best to keep children, parents, and our staff safe during these times

 

Sincerely,

Jennifer Cox

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

April 1-2………………………………………………………………………………….         Spring Pictures (individual and class)

April 13-17……………………………………………………………………………..         Spring Break- school closed

May 6-8………………………………………………………………………………….         Spring programs

May 12…………………………………………………………………………………..         Conference Day (all day students only)

May 25…………………………………………………………………………………..         Memorial Day- school closed

June 10…………………………………………………………………………………..         Kindergarten Graduation

June 12…………………………………………………………………………………..         Last Day of the School year

June 15- August 21…………………………………………………………………         Summer Programs

 

Spring Picture Schedule

 

April 1st

Ms. Charlynn’s class

Ms. Colleen’s class

Ms. Melissa’s class

Ms. Leigh’s class

Mrs. Moesta’s class

 

April 2nd

Ms. Kristin’s class

Ms. Kelly’s class

Ms. Dorothy’s class

Mrs. Brantley’s class

Mrs. Profilet’s class

Mrs. Sabatino’s class

Greenbrier

Greenbrier Manor School February 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

February may be the shortest month, but it is also the busiest. With Valentine’s Day, two president’s birthdays, and Ground Hog Day, February always promises excitement.

Ms. Loretta and Ms. Karen continues to help our youngest children with the exciting process of learning. Our MDO’s will spend their time enjoying “Fun with Food”. They will make Cinnamon Pretzels, play with dough (and spaghetti), paint with fruit and sample many tasty and healthy treats.

Our three-year-olds will be introduced to life on the farm. The focus of this unit is farm animals and their products.  Although the school doesn’t take field trips, I’d like to suggest a trip to a working dairy farm. The petting zoo at the Virginia Zoo also has many farm animals the children can touch and feed.  As the children become more aware of their environment, their curiosity deepens.  These studies are designed to help them understand and organize their world.

The four-year-olds travel to Farmer MacGregor’s garden. They will study nature from a more imaginary viewpoint. Taking a leap into fantasy, Bridget, Kim, and Kari introduce the children to the world of Beatrix Potter. After they are thoroughly entranced by Benjamin Bunny, Peter Rabbit, and Jemima Puddle-duck, they have a marvelous English tea party. We have a good bit of fun with this unit while introducing the children to some excellent literature. Because Beatrix Potter’s books are so delightfully illustrated, reading them aloud to your child at home will help reinforce her world in their minds.

Ms. Gwen’s classes cover the hodgepodge of February – Ground Hog Day, Lincoln’s and Washington’s Birthdays, Valentine’s Day and the Chinese New Year. It’s a great time for them to learn a bit of our country’s history, the pledge of allegiance, and those anecdotes about George and Abe. Busy!

The kindergarten class finishes rhyming using the stories of Dr. Seuss. Ms. Garlow and Mrs. Stanger introduce the children to the various systems of the human body. They will focus on themselves and learn about our similarities. They begin by studying their skin and work their way through the body systems to the heart (the most important part!).

This month Spanish will be teaching the parts of the body. The rhyme, “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” will now sound like, “Cabeza, Hombros, Piernas y Pies, Piernas y Pies…” The song is fun, easy to learn and the children will pick it up quickly so you will likely hear it at home…in Spanish!!

Valentine’s Day with its messages of love and friendship is special to children and to Greenbrier Manor School. Each class exchanges valentines and has a party on February 14th (or 13th for the T TH classes). Enclosed is a list with the number of children in each class. On February 14th (or 13th) please send in valentines for each student in your child’s class, and we’ll take care of the rest. The teachers have requested that you NOT “address” the valentines – just sign them with your child’s name. This way the children can easily pass them out.

 

Registration: Registration for next year is progressing nicely. It is satisfying to know that so many of you are pleased with GMS’s program. Thank you for all your support and cooperation. Without your smiles and encouragement my job would be so difficult. Instead, it’s a joy! Openings are still available in some of our classes even though registration is now open to the public. If you intend to register your child for next year and haven’t yet done so, I strongly urge you to begin the two-step registration process immediately. The only way to ensure a place next year is to turn in both the preregistration form and the registration fee.

Many of you have asked questions about our kindergarten program. We realized that when most of you initially register at GMS we go into detail about our three-year-old program or

the four-year-old program, but often kindergarten comes as a wonderful surprise. Our kindergarten program continues the phonics instruction that began in the four-year-old program. It includes a very strong short vowel reading, writing, and spelling curriculum that leads to long vowel usage in the spring. The children learn to recognize and write numbers to 100; they learn math facts to 10, graphing, fraction recognition, and how to count money. The joy of the program, however, is the incredible amount of information the children learn in the unit studies (constellations, musical instruments, dinosaurs, children around the world, the human body, and other very hands on science studies). The goal is, as always, to enhance their self-esteem. Having so much knowledge about their world gives them tremendous self-confidence. They acquire the skills needed to put them at the top of their first-grade class. Your response so far for next year is gratifying.

The Chesapeake public school bus will drop off students from Greenbrier Primary and Greenbrier Intermediate for afterschool care. Greenbrier Manor school van will pick up children from Butts Road, Southeastern Elementary and Tallwood Elementary for afterschool care if dismissal times allow. Please speak to Elizabeth or myself if this plan appeals to you.

Summer: Our summer program will be from June 17 thru August 16. Summer preregistration forms will go out soon. We will have two, three, and five day programs, both half and full day. We will have one six-week program for half day children. Full time students may enroll for an eight-week session.

 

Inclement Weather Policy: Although our inclement weather policy states that we will close if the public schools close, sometimes it is not necessary. It all depends on the roads and the power conditions. Be sure to check our website under “Special Announcements” at www.manorschools.com. Of course, if your neighborhood conditions are even slightly questionable, stay home.

Sincerely,

 

Jackie

 

 

Notes:

 

Greenbrier’s EIN number is 54-1636775

 

Please return any clothes your child may have borrowed from school due to accidents or playground mishaps. We’re getting low on our supply of spare socks, underwear, and pants. It helps so much to have a change of clothes in the bottom of your child’s bookbag.

Please check coats and jackets. Sometimes a child grabs the wrong coat on his way out the door. So many jackets are similar and make ownership difficult to distinguish. PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE LABEL!!!!

 

 

VALENTINE INFO

 

Mother’s Day Out: Ms. Loretta 11                          Ms. Karen 12

 

Three Year Olds:    Ms. Liz 16                                Ms. Brittney 16

Ms. Cindi 12                    Ms. Adrieen 14

 

Four Year Olds:     Ms. Kim 18                      Ms. Bridget 17

Ms Kari 14

 

Pre-K:                                      Ms. Gwen (am class) 16             Ms. Gwen (pm class) 8

 

Kindergarten:        Ms. Early/Mrs. Stanger 21

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

February 17 ………….    President’s Day, School Closed

March 11,12, & 13……Individual & Class Pictures

April 1,2 & 3..…………Spring Programs

April 13-17……………    Spring Break, School Closed.

May 12.………………    Conference Day (Open for All Day Care only)

May 25……………….    Memorial Day, School Closed

June 5…………………    Kindergarten Graduation @ 9:15

June 12……………….    Last Day of School

June 15-19……………    School Open for Day Care

June 22-Aug 21………    Summer programs

Sept 8……………. …..    Fall programs begin

Bellamy

Bellamy Manor School February 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

Peter Rabbit has hopped off to Farmer McGregor’s garden, the dinosaurs are officially extinct, the insects are gone, and we learned about animals in the zoo. The excitement of tea parties and dinosaur hunts were fun. Now that all these wild beasts are gone, we can get back to work.

February may be the shortest month, but it is also the busiest. With Valentine’s Day, two president’s birthdays, Chinese New Year and Ground Hog Day, February always promises excitement.

Ms. Kristy and Ms. Susanne will introduce the world of color to our Mothers Day Out classes with easel painting, sponge printing, spin art and backed papers, this is a grand time for our youngest.

Our threes will begin February with community helpers. The teachers introduce their children to the people in their neighborhood. Fireman, policeman, doctors, and dentists will come to share their jobs and teach the children safety. If you can offer us your expertise, please give your child’s teacher a call. It’s a terrific month for the threes!

The fours send Peter and his friends back to Farmer McGregor’s garden and take an in depth look at nature, by studying birds. This is really an important unit since by the end of several weeks, the children can accurately identify about twenty-five different species of birds as they return to Tidewater for the spring. It also ends with a marvelous bird party (pass the worms, please)

Ms. Sandra’s class will cover the hodgepodge of February–Ground Hog Day, Lincoln’s and Washington’s Birthdays, Valentine’s Day, and Chinese New Year. It’s a great time for the children to learn a bit about our country’s history, the pledge of allegiance, and those anecdotes about George and Abe. Busy!

The kindergarten classes go around the world. It’s a full month’s trip, as we learn about children from other countries. The emphasis of study is the dress, food, homes, and customs of countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia. If any of you have traveled and can share pictures or items with the class, please call me or your child’s teacher.

Valentine’s Day with its message of love and friendship is special to children and to Bellamy Manor School. Each class exchanges valentines and has a party on February 13th and 14th. Enclosed is a list with the number of children in each class. On February 14th (or 13th) please send in valentines for each student in your child’s class, and we’ll take care of the rest. The teachers have requested that you NOT “address” the valentines–just sign them with your child’s name. This way the children can easily pass them out.

REGISTRATION:

Registration for next year is going well. It is satisfying to know that so many of you are pleased with BMS’s program. Thank you for all your support and cooperation.   Without your smiles and encouragement my job would be so difficult. Instead, it’s a joy! Openings are still available in some of our classes even though we have opened registration to the general public. If you intend to register your child for next year and haven’t yet done so, we urge you to turn in your form along with your registration fee soon. The only way to be sure of a place next year is to turn in both the registration form and the registration fee. Those of you that have registered make sure that you complete your registration with the online link that we’ve emailed to you.

Many of you have asked questions about our kindergarten program. We realized that when most of you initially register at BMS, we go into great detail about the three- year-old program or the four-year-old program, but often kindergarten comes as a wonderful surprise. Our kindergarten program continues the phonics instruction begun in the four-year-old and Pre-K programs. It includes a very strong short vowel reading, writing, and spelling curriculum that leads to long vowel usage in the spring. The children learn to recognize and write numbers to 100 and beyond; they learn math facts to 20, graphing, fraction recognition, and how to count money. The joy of the program, however, is the incredible amount of information the children learn in their unit studies (constellations, musical instruments, and dinosaurs, children around the world, the human body, and other very hands on science studies.). The goal is, as always, to enhance their self esteem. Having so much knowledge about their world gives them tremendous self confidence. They acquire the skills needed to put them at the top of their first-grade class. Your response so far for next year is gratifying.

 

SUMMER: Our summer program will be from June 15-Aug. 21. Summer registration forms will go out soon. We will have two, three, and five-day programs, both half and full day. We will have a six week and an nine-week program.

 

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY. We do not automatically close when the public schools close. Information regarding school closing can be found on our web site. It all depends on the roads and the power conditions. We will send out an email from the school to warn of any weather closings. Be sure to check our website at www.manorschools.com. Of course, if your neighborhood conditions are even slightly questionable, please stay home.

 

Please return any clothes your child may have borrowed from school due to accidents or playground mishaps. We’re getting low on our supply of spare socks, underwear, and pants. It helps so much to have a change of clothes in the bottom of your child’s bookbag.

Check coats and jackets. Sometimes a child grabs the wrong coat on his way out the door. So many jackets are similar and make ownership difficult to distinguish. PLEASE WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE LABEL! Our Lost and Found container is full. Please stop by and check to see if anything belongs to your child.

 

Sincerely,

Nancy

 

VALENTINE INFORMATION

 

Mothers Day Out

Ms. Susanne 10

Ms. Kirsty 11

            

 

Three Year Olds:                                Four Year Olds:

Ms. Michele 14                                  Ms. Dary 11

Ms. Niki  14                                     Ms. Sara 17

Ms. Kristina 12                                   Ms. Jess 18

Ms. Niki (pm) 5                                Ms. Sara (pm) 5

Ms. Taryn 10

 

PreK:                                                     Kindergarten:

Mrs. Sandra: 17                                Mrs. Hobbs:18

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

FEB 3………………..FALL REGISTRATION OPEN TO PUBLIC

FEB 17………….. President’s Day SCHOOL CLOSED

MAR 19 & 20……Class Pictures

APRIL12……..…..Happy Easter

APRIL 13-17…… Spring Break SCHOOL CLOSED

APRIL 28………..MDO Spring Show (Ms. Taryn, Ms. Susanne, Ms. Kirsty)

MAY 6 & 7………Spring Programs

MAY 12….………Conferences (Open for Day Care only)

MAY 25………… Memorial Day SCHOOL CLOSED

JUNE 5 …………..Kindergarten Graduation

JUNE 12..……….. Last Day of school.

JUNE 15-AUG.21..Summer Program

SEPT 8……..…….Schools starts

 

Bellamy Manor Tax ID# 54-1238801

 

PLEASE NOTE: THE SCHOOLS EMAIL ADDRESS IS: bellamymanor01@gmail.com

West Neck

Beach Manor School February 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

February may be the shortest month, but it is also the busiest. With Valentine’s Day, two president’s birthdays, Ground Hog Day, and Chinese New Year, February always promises excitement.   Every class will devote some time to these celebrations.

Ms. Sarah and Ms. Leslie, our pillars of patience will introduce the many adventures of Pete the Cat. These best-selling picture books present the wiry Pete with his white shoes and eclectic friends showing that it’s cool to be you. With boundless poise, creativity and energy, our MDO ladies do an exceptional job with her charges. With easel painting, sponge and spin art not to mention our backed papers this is a grand time for our youngest.

The three year olds wave good-bye to the Farm and turn their focus to one of their favorite topics—food!   They learn about nutrition and become expert dietitians. Our goal is to help the children learn about “good” foods and their source. This unit involves quite a bit of cooking and sampling with each food group. They will make bread, taste meatballs and fish sticks, enjoy some fruit and vegetables, and finish the month with a delicious Nutrition Party. It’s a terrific (and fattening) month for the threes,

The four year olds are in for a treat this month because it’s BEAR MONTH! From Corduroy, Pooh and Paddington to pandas and polar bears, they investigate bears, their habits and their habitats.

Ms. Diane’s class are digging out from their snow bank. After they turn in their meteorologists badges, PreK will cover the hodgepodge of February: Ground Hog Day, Lincoln and Washington’s birthdays, Valentines Day and Chinese New Year. It’s a great time for the children to learn a bit about our country’s history, the Pledge of Allegiance and those anecdotes about George and Abe. Busy!

The kindergarten classes will study Dr. Seuss and his zany characters. The Cat in the Hat and all his friends–Thigwick, Bartholomew Cubbins, Horton, and Yertle become our vehicles for learning. Rhymes, math, crafts, and songs all focus on Seuss themes during these winter days. It all ends with the notorious Breakfast a Beach Manor featuring Green Eggs and Ham (of course!).   The children have a grand time with all of this while an incredible amount of learning takes place.

 

Valentine’s Day with its messages of love and friendship is special to children and Beach Manor School. Each class exchanges valentines and has a party for Valentine’s Day. Enclosed is a list with the number of children in each class. On February 13th (or 14th) please send in valentines for each student in your child’s class, and we’ll take care of the rest. The teachers have requested that you NOT “address” the valentines–just sign them with your child’s name. This way the children can easily pass them out. Your child’s teacher will let you know your party day/date.

 

   This month Spanish will be teaching the parts of the body. The rhyme, “Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes” will now sound like, “Cabeza, Hombros, Piernas y Pies, Piernas y Pies…”   The song is fun, easy to learn and the children will pick it up quickly so you will likely hear it at home…in Spanish!!      

 

Registration for next year is going well and several classes are already full. Registering online with Infosnap seems to be a HITJ!! Thank you for all the positive feedback!! It is satisfying to know that so many of you are pleased with Beach Manor’s program.

Many of you have asked questions about our kindergarten program. I realized that when most of you register I go into great detail about the three and four year old program but kindergarten comes as a wonderful surprise. Our kindergarten program continues the phonics instruction begun in the four year old program. It includes a very strong short vowel reading, writing, and spelling curriculum that leads to long vowel usage in the spring. The children learn to recognize and write numbers to 100; they learn math facts to 10, graphing, fraction recognition, and how to count money. The joy of the program, however, is the incredible amount of information the children learn in the unit study (constellations, musical instruments, and dinosaurs, children around the world, the human body, and other very hands on science studies.) The goal is, as always, to enhance their self esteem. Having so much knowledge about their world gives them tremendous self confidence. They acquire the skills needed to put them at the top of their first grade class.

If you want more information about the kindergarten program, please stop by and I’ll be happy to show you the curriculum.Your response so far for next year is gratifying. Thank you for all your support and cooperation. Without your smiles and encouragement our job would be so difficult. Instead, it’s a joy!

 

Beach Manor’s EIN number is 54-1812375.

 

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY. Although our inclement weather policy states that we will close if the public schools close, sometimes it is not necessary. It all depends on the roads and the power conditions. Be sure to check our website under “Special Announcements” at www.manorschools.com. Of course, if your neighborhood conditions are even slightly questionable, stay home.

Sincerely, Chris

 

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

 

FEB 1                   FALL REGISTRATION OPEN TO PUBLIC AND RETURNING STUDENTS

 

 

 

February 17              President’s Day. School closed

March 4/5                   Lions Club, Vision screening

March 24/25               Class pictures/Pony pictures

April 7/8                     Spring Program

April 13-17               Spring Break

May     12               Conference Day. School open for daycare only

May    25                 Memorial Day. School closed

June 5                      Kindergarten graduation

June 12                       Last Day of School

June 15-August 14      summer programs at Beach, Bellamy, Broadbay and Greenbrier Manor

September 8              Fall Classes begin

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMINDERS: Please remember to:

  • Sign your child in and out each day if they are full day students.
  • Label coats and sweaters. Our lost and found is filling up again.
  • Hold your children’s hand in the parking lot and walk them in rather than watching them walk into the building unattended.
  • Date your child’s lunch box each day. Update your addresses, phone numbers, and emergency contact information if they have changed.

VALENTINE INFORMATION/CHILDREN PER CLASS

Ms. Sarah (8), Ms. Leslie (10), Ms. Annie (14), Ms. Karen D (10), Ms. Jennifer (10), Mrs. Harden   (10), Mrs. Kelli (14), Mrs. Kristen D (15), Ms. Sharon (15-am), (5-pm)

Ms. Diane Pre K (18), Ms. Heim (12)

 

 

SPRING PROGRAM—930AM

 

Tuesday April 7

Ms. Leslie, Ms. Sarah, Ms. Annie, Ms. Harden, Ms. Kelli, Ms. Diane

 

Wednesday April

Ms. Karen D, Ms. Jennifer, Ms. Kristen D, Ms. Sharon , Ms. Heim

Broad Bay

Broad Bay Manor School 2020 February Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

February may be the shortest month, but it is also the busiest. With Valentine’s Day, two president’s birthdays, and Ground Hog Day, February always promises excitement!

 

Ms. Kristin and Ms. Charlynn continue to help our youngest children with the exciting process of learning. The children will explore the concept of opposites as they compare and contrast the world around us!

 

The three-year-olds go on a safari this month and study the animals at the zoo. As the month goes by, they become experts on animal features and behavior. Don’t forget to ask your children about the animal names in Spanish as well!

 

Our four year old classes are saddled up and moseying along as they learn about horses, cowboys, and rodeos during the Wild West unit. This is an exciting unit that combines the factual information on horses with delightful stories of the American cowboy.   In keeping with their developmental levels, the fours will enjoy stories and songs about the Wild West. The unit ends as the children enjoy a “rodeo,” BBMS style!

 

Ms. Moesta and Ms. Brantley will lead the PreK classes in covering the hodgepodge of February–Ground Hog Day, Lincoln and Washington’s Birthdays, and Valentine’s Day. It’s a great time for the children to learn a bit about our country’s history, the pledge of allegiance, and those anecdotes about George and Abe. Busy!

 

The kindergarten classes take a trip back in time to the age of reptiles to study dinosaurs. These budding paleontologists learn to identify close to twenty-five dinosaurs before attending a dinosaur hunt at the end of the month. This is one of our favorite studies, and the children love it. Much time is also spent working on hand writing, math facts, and the concept of fractions.

 

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day, with its message of love and friendship, is special to children and to BBMS. Each class exchanges valentines and has a party. Enclosed is a list with the number of children in each class. Please send in valentines for each student in your child’s class, and we’ll take care of the rest. The teachers have requested that you NOT “address” the valentines–just sign them with your child’s name. This way the children can easily pass them out.

 

2020-2021 Registration

Registration for next year is going great! It is satisfying to know so many of you are pleased with BBMS’s program. Thank you for all your support and cooperation.   Without your smiles and encouragement my job would be so difficult. Instead, it’s a joy! As of February 1st, registration is open to new families. If you intend to register your child for next year and haven’t yet done so, I urge you to turn in your form along with your registration fee immediately. Several classes have already closed and availability is very limited in others.

Summer 2020

Summer registration forms and more info about the program will go out the beginning of March. We will have two, three, and five-day programs, both half and full day. This is a great time for the children to stay active and continue their academics between school years! The summer offers nautical studies, splash days, field trips, gardening and lots of fun and games!

 

Inclement Weather Policy

Be sure to check our website at www.manorschools.com for any school closings or delays. You will also get an email as soon as a decision is made. We typically follow the public school’s closings initially. We try our best to keep children, parents, and our staff safe during these times.

 

I want to thank you all for your support within our community! I can’t tell you how many times we get new families looking at Broad Bay Manor after getting referrals from current parents. Hearing this makes my heart happy. BBMS is lucky to have such supportive and involved families!

Sincerely,

Jennifer Cox

 

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

 

February 17…………………………………………………………………………….        Presidents’ Day- school closed

April 1-2………………………………………………………………………………….         Spring Pictures

April 13-17……………………………………………………………………………..         Spring Break- school closed

May 6-8………………………………………………………………………………….         Spring programs

May 25…………………………………………………………………………………..         Memorial Day- school closed

June 10…………………………………………………………………………………..         Kindergarten Graduation

June 12…………………………………………………………………………………..         Last Day of the School year

 

 

Valentine’s Day Class Info

Ms. Kristin                                        10

Ms. Charlynn                                    11

Ms. Colleen                                      15

Ms. Kelly                                           14

Ms. Melissa                                      15

Ms. Dorothy                                     18

Ms. Leigh                                          18

Ms. Brantley                                     17

Ms. Moesta                                      16

Ms. Profilet                                      18

Ms. Jennifer                                     6

Ms. Gale- afterschool                    13

Ms. Beth-Anne’s afterschool       13

West Neck

Beach Manor January 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I hope your Christmas was delightful. I can’t wait to see all the new and exciting Show ‘N Tells.   The children and teachers returned from vacation refreshed and ready for some intensive learning. January seems to be a month when the children experience tremendous academic growth. Beach Manor School teachers take advantage of the moment and offer exciting as well as educational units.

Ms. Sarah and Ms. Leslie’s little ones have grown and matured at an impressive rate. January our MDO’s will spend their time enjoying “Fun with Food”. They will make Cinnamon Pretzels, play with dough (and spaghetti), paint with fruit and sample many tasty and healthy treats. Ms. Annette and Ms. Leslie both do an exceptional job with their charges, and their patience is never ending.

The three year olds spend a week settling in and reviewing their alphabet and number concepts. Then they will be introduced to life on the farm. The focus of this unit is farm animals and their products. Although the school doesn’t take field trips, I’d like to suggest a trip to a dairy where the children can see a working dairy. The petting zoo at the Virginia Zoo also has many farm animals the children can touch and feed. As the children become more aware of their environment their curiosity deepens. These studies are designed to help them understand and organize their world.

The four year old classes hit the trail as they learn about horses, cowboys, and rodeos. In keeping with developmental levels, the fours will enjoy stories about the Wild West. The unit ends as the children enjoy a “rodeo,” Beach Manor style. Letter and number recognition as well as phonics continue on an individual basis.

The Pre-kindergarten class investigate the weather—clouds, rainbows, snowflakes, wind and the four seasons.   This unit has been designed to be quite hands on, scientific approach to the causes of different types of weather.   Letter and number recognition as well as phonics instruction continue on an individual basis.

The kindergarteners take a good look at themselves this month. Mrs. Heim will introduce the children to the various systems of the human body. The children start by studying their skin and move right into the most important muscle—their heart. This is a fairly detailed unit and it is incredible how many facts our five and six year olds absorb and retain. Much time is also spent on handwriting, math facts, and the concepts of fractions.

2020-2021 Registration

 

We have lots of plans and ideas for school programs in the coming year. Although next September seems a long time away it’s time to consider registration. Returning students have priority for placement until the end of January. I suggest making your request as soon as possible as spots are filled first come first serve. It is a two-step process:

 

Step 1: You (the parents) complete a pre-registration form. We then know what class you want for your child. When you return this form with the registration fee you will have completed the first step. We will send you the Web link for our online enrollment.

Step 2: After you receive the link, you should complete the online enrollment form. Every required field must be filled out in order for you to submit the form. Once this enrollment form is submitted your child will be fully enrolled in the class you requested.

Remember it is important to register in January because classes will open for new students in February. We will continue to offer Spanish instruction in our three, four, Prek and Kindergarten classes.

Parents who choose to pay the registration fee via credit or debit card may do so through our online tuition portal, Diamond Mind (http://beachmanor.diamondmindinc.com/).

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Some children need an additional preschool year before kindergarten; many do not. We have many calls concerning the difference between the four year old program and the PreK class. The only difference is age:   children whose fourth birthday falls between January and August should sign up for the regular four-year old class; those turning five between September and December, belong in the pre-kindergarten class.  Please contact me with any questions about placement. As always, we want what is best for your child’s academic and social growth.

Thanks again for your enthusiastic support. You have enabled us to teach in a creative and open atmosphere so crucial for true learning to occur. I sincerely hope you will be able to return next year.

 

SNOW POLICY:   Manor School special announcements, such as school closing, late opening, and early dismissal will be posted on our website www.manorschools.com. You will also receive an email and/or text from our child’s teacher. If you are still unsure, feel free to contact me directly.

TAX INFORMATION:  If you claim the cost of BMS as an expense on your Federal   Tax   Return,   you   must   include the:  Beach Manor’s Tax I.D. 54-1812375

Sincerely, Chris

 

 

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SCHOOL CALENDAR

 

January 2                     School resumes

January 20                 M L King Day, School Closed

January 27                 Teacher In-service, School closed

February 17                 Presidents Day, School Closed

April 7/8                     Spring Program

April 13-17                Spring Break, School closed

May 12                       Conference Day

May 25                        Memorial day, School Closed

June 5                          Kindergarten graduation

June 12                       Last day of school

June 15-starts            summer programs at Beach, Bellamy, Broadbay and                                                          Greenbrier Manor Schools

 

 

 

REMINDER: DO NOT EVER leave children unattended in your vehicle. Either park in a designated parking place and walk your child inside or join the carpool line and we will assist your child into the building. Please do not park in the carpool lane between 8:30 and 9:00 if you are bringing your child inside. Remember to park in a designated parking place. Thanks!

 

SPRING PROGRAM

 

TUESDAY APRIL 7—Ms. Leslie, Ms. Sarah, Ms. Annie, Ms. Harden, Ms. Kelli,

Ms. Diane

 

Wednesday, April 8—Ms. Karen D, Ms. Jennifer, Ms. Kelli, Ms. Kristen D, Ms. Heim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bellamy

Bellamy Manor January 2020 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR! We hope your Holidays were delightful. We can’t wait to see all the new and exciting Show ‘N Tells.   The children and teachers returned from vacation refreshed and obviously ready for some intensive learning. January seems to be a month when the children experience tremendous academic growth. Bellamy Manor School’s teachers take advantage of this time and offer exciting as well as educational units.

Ms. Kirsty and Ms. Susanne’s two’s have grown and matured at an impressive rate. Their January begins with an in-depth study of words and their opposites. Ms. Kirsty and Ms. Susanne do an exceptional job with their charges, and their patience is never ending.

The three-year-olds settle back into the routine of school with a quick review of letters and numbers. The rest of the month involves a study of the Zoo. As the month goes by, they will become experts on animal behavior. For many of the children, a family visit to the Virginia Zoo in Norfolk would be a marvelous addition to reinforcement the animals they are studying.

The four-year-olds at BMS take a leap into fantasy and hop off to Mr. MacGregor’s garden to study Peter Rabbit. After they are thoroughly entranced by Benjamin Bunny, Peter Rabbit, and Jemimah Puddle Duck, the four’s have a marvelous English tea party. We have a good bit of fun with this unit while introducing the children to some excellent literature. Because Beatrix Potter’s books are so delightfully illustrated, reading her stories aloud to your child at home will help reinforce their world in their minds.

Our Pre-K will now study the world of insects. Bugs are fascinating little creatures and the children will start looking very closely at them with this unit. We hope to raise a crop of ladybugs! Ms. Sandra will continue with letter and number recognition as well as phonics instruction on an individual basis.

The kindergarten classes take a trip back in time to the age of reptiles and study dinosaurs. These budding paleontologists learn to identify close to twenty-five dinosaurs before attending a dinosaur hunt at the end of the month. This is one of our favorite studies and the children love it. Much time is also spent working on handwriting, math facts, and the concept of fractions.

A Pre-registration form and the 2020-2021 tuition schedule for fall is attached to this newsletter. Returning students have priority for placement in the morning classes until the end of January. All other classes are open to new as well as returning students.

Parents who choose to pay the registration fee via credit or debit card may do so through our online tuition portal, Diamond Mind. (http://bellamymanor.diamondmindinc.com/).

Remember it is important to finish registering in January, as classes will open for new student registration on February 1st.

 

Many four-year-old parents are concerned about properly placing their child next year.   Some children need an additional preschool year before kindergarten; others do not. We have many calls concerning the difference between the four-year-old program and the Pre-K class. The only difference is age; children whose fourth birthday falls between January and August should sign up for the regular four-year old class; those turning five between September and December belong in the pre-kindergarten class. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Nancy or your child’s teacher.

Kindergarten parents who are interested in private school for their child should schedule interviews now. If you wait even a month, many of the quality schools will be full for next September. Please let both your child’s teacher or your director know that you are interested, and they can help prepare your child properly for the entrance evaluation. We’re here to help. We all have the same goals– a happy, self-confident child who loves school and learning.

Thanks again for your enthusiastic support. You have enabled us to teach in a creative and open atmosphere so crucial for true learning to occur. We sincerely hope you will be able to return next year.

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 27th, THE MANOR SCHOOLS HAVE THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL INSERVICE. WE WILL BE CLOSED ON THIS DAY.

 

 

SCHOOL CALENDAR

January 2…………………School resumes

January 20………………M L King Day, School Closed

January 27…………………….Teacher In-Service, School Closed

February17 …………………..Presidents Day, School Closed

April 13-April 17………….Spring break, School Closed

May 12…………………..Conference Day

May 25 ………………………..Memorial Day, School Closed

June 12………………………..Last day of school

June 15-Aug 2020……… Summer programs at BMS, GMS, BBMS

Sept …….…………………Fall program begins

 

SNOW POLICY:  Manor School special announcements, such as school closings, late openings, and early dismissals will be posted on our website at www.manorschools.com. We will also send out a group email as well.

TAX INFORMATION: If you claim the cost of BMS as an expense on your Federal Tax   Return, you must include the Taxpayer Identification Number: 54-1238801.