Greenbrier

Greenbrier Manor Summer 2021

Dear Parents,

It looks like we will have a rather warm and humid beginning of summer camp at GMS. This first week of TheManor School’s summer program will be full of excitement! Over the next six weeks you should see your child grow both socially and even academically. Our summer program begins with a focus on the ocean and its inhabitants. The children study fish, shells, sea birds, marine mammals, and the beach. We transition to a Caribbean cruise and learn about pirates with a focus on fun stories and we even go on a treasure hunt! Art, crafts, and papers will reflect this emphasis as we help develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual and auditory memory, and letter and number recognition. Phonics, reading, and math will be gently emphasized at all levels.

Tuition is due when camp starts. If your child is enrolled in the full day eight week program, you may make two four week payments. Please include what program your child is in on your check memo. There are several enrichment programs available to different aged children this summer. Please check your emails to see what might interest your child!

Send a backpack with your child each day the contains a full change of clothes and a crib-sized blanket, if needed for nap. Your child’s pencil box will stay at school for daily use. It helps if book bags, lunch boxes and extra clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name.

Moms and Dads It is your responsibility to putsunscreen and/or insect repellent on your child as needed before he/she leaves home in the morning.Although we try very hard to be sure each child in protected, sometimes we may miss a spot. Maybe together we can cover everything.

 

PHYSICALS ARE DUE BY JULY 28. I MUST HAVE YOUR CHILD’S IMMUNIZATION RECORD FOR YOUR CHILD TO START.  

 

WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5th FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY.  

 

 

Looks like fun!

 

Jackie

                                             

 

Broad Bay

Broad Bay Manor Summer 2021

Dear parents,

It looks like we will start off with some wonderful weather next week!  The first week of The Manor School’s summer program will be full of excitement. This summer you should see your child grow both socially and perhaps a bit academically.  Our Summer program focuses on the ocean, its inhabitants, and its environment.  The children study fish, shells, sea birds, marine mammals, and the beach.  Art, crafts, and papers will reflect this emphasis as we help develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual and auditory memory, and letter and number recognition.  Phonics, reading, and math will be gently emphasized at all levels.

From June 28th July 16th the children focus on the beach, shells, fish and water play. If there is one thing we do well, its beach play. Shell, crafts, fish prints, sand casting, and a beach party highlight this unit. 

From July 19th -August 6th we will take a Caribbean cruise and learn all about pirates. They may have terrorized our forefathers, but today they give a thrill to our lives with special stories and projects! Undersea studies and treasure hunts share our attention with island fun.

Make sure to review our DROP OFF/PICK UP process before the first day.  We are happy to have two options for our families; curbside drop off/pick up and we are now welcoming parents back in the building starting June 28th!

Send a backpack with your child each day that contains a full change of clothes (just in case) and any napping needs.  Your child’s pencil box will stay at school to be used each day.  It helps us if shoes, book bags and lunch boxes are clearly marked with your child’s name. Please realize that interactive play is emphasized as well as academics so dress your child appropriately from head to toe.  Make sure to apply sunscreen to your child before coming to school.  We can re-apply midday for those kids that stay after lunch as long as a parent has signed a sunscreen permission slip. 

Tuitions:

For our 6 week campers, tuition is due the first week of camp.  If you’d like to make an adjusted payment schedule, please contact us to do so.  Make sure to include your child’s name and program on the check or you can choose to pay online through Diamond Mind.

For our children continuing from the school year through August 20th, your tuition is due monthly on the 1st just like the school year.  If you have not already done so, you can choose to use Diamond Mind to pay with a credit card or automatic draft from a bank account.

If you do not fit into either of these categories, please contact us to figure out your payment schedule if you have not done so already.

Dancing Little Stars:

During the summer we will offer Dancing Little Stars to our 3-rising Kindergarten students.  Class will be held Tuesdays at 9:15 during the 6-week camp.  You can register online through their website!

We will be closed July 5th for Independence Day!

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.  See you all next week for the start of Summer at BBMS!

Thanks,

Jennifer Cox

Director

Broad Bay Manor School

West Neck

Beach Manor Summer 2021

Dear parents,

It looks like we will start off with some wonderful weather next week!  The first week of The Manor School’s summer program will be full of excitement. This summer you should see your child grow both socially and perhaps a bit academically.  Our Summer program focuses on the ocean, its inhabitants, and its environment.  The children study fish, shells, sea birds, marine mammals, and the beach.  Art, crafts, and papers will reflect this emphasis as we help develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual and auditory memory, and letter and number recognition.  Phonics, reading, and math will be gently emphasized at all levels.

From June 28th July 16th the children focus on the beach, shells, fish and water play. If there is one thing we do well, its beach play. Shell, crafts, fish prints, sand casting, and a beach party highlight this unit. 

From July 19th -August 6th we will take a Caribbean cruise and learn all about pirates. They may have terrorized our forefathers, but today they give a thrill to our lives with special stories and projects! Undersea studies and treasure hunts share our attention with island fun.

Make sure to review our DROP OFF/PICK UP process before the first day.  We are happy to have two options for our families; curbside drop off/pick up and we are now welcoming parents back in the building starting June 28th!

Send a backpack with your child each day that contains a full change of clothes (just in case) and any napping needs.  Your child’s pencil box will stay at school to be used each day.  It helps us if shoes, book bags and lunch boxes are clearly marked with your child’s name. Please realize that interactive play is emphasized as well as academics so dress your child appropriately from head to toe.  Make sure to apply sunscreen to your child before coming to school.  We can re-apply midday for those kids that stay after lunch as long as a parent has signed a sunscreen permission slip. 

Tuitions:

For our 6 week campers, tuition is due the first week of camp.  If you’d like to make an adjusted payment schedule, please contact us to do so.  Make sure to include your child’s name and program on the check or you can choose to pay online through DiamondMine

For our children continuing from the school year through August 20th, your tuition is due monthly on the 1st just like the school year.  If you have not already done so, you can choose to useDiamond Mine  to pay with a credit card or automatic draft from a bank account.

If you do not fit into either of these categories, please contact us to figure out your payment schedule if you have not done so already.

We will be closed July 5th for Independence Day!

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.  See you all next week for the start of Summer at Beach Manor!

Thanks,

Leigh Peeler

Director

Beach Manor School

Bellamy

Bellamy Manor Summer 2021

Dear parents,

It looks like we will start off with some wonderful weather next week!  The first week of The Manor School’s summer program will be full of excitement. This summer you should see your child grow both socially and perhaps a bit academically.  Our Summer program focuses on the ocean, its inhabitants, and its environment.  The children study fish, shells, sea birds, marine mammals, and the beach.  Art, crafts, and papers will reflect this emphasis as we help develop your child’s fine and gross motor skills, visual and auditory memory, and letter and number recognition.  Phonics, reading, and math will be gently emphasized at all levels.

From June 28th – July 16th the children focus on the beach, shells, fish and water play. If there is one thing we do well, its beach play. Shell, crafts, fish prints, sand casting, and a beach party highlight this unit. 

From July 19th -August 6th we will take a Caribbean cruise and learn all about pirates. They may have terrorized our forefathers, but today they give a thrill to our lives with special stories and projects! Undersea studies and treasure hunts share our attention with island fun.

Make sure to review our DROP OFF/PICK UP process before the first day.  We are happy to have two options for our families; curbside drop off/pick up and we are now welcoming parents back into the building starting June 28th!

Send a backpack with your child each day that contains a full change of clothes (just in case) and any napping needs.  Your child’s pencil box will stay at school to be used each day.  It helps us if shoes, book bags and lunch boxes are clearly marked with your child’s name. Please realize that interactive play is emphasized as well as academics so dress your child appropriately from head to toe.  Make sure to apply sunscreen to your child before coming to school.  We can re-apply mid-day for those kids that stay after lunch as long as a parent has signed a sunscreen permission slip. 

Tuitions:

For our 6- week campers, tuition is due the first week of camp.  If you’d like to make an adjusted payment schedule, please contact us to do so.  Make sure to include your child’s name and program on the check or you can choose to pay online. 

For our children continuing from the school year through August 20th, your tuition is due monthly on the 1st just like the school year.  

If you do not fit into either of these categories, please contact us to figure out your payment schedule if you have not done so already.

 

Dancing Little Stars:

During the summer we will offer Dancing Little Stars to our 3-rising Kindergarten students.  Class will be held Monday mornings during the 6-week camp.  You can register online through their website!

 

We will be closed July 5th for Independence Day!

 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.  See you all next week for the start of Summer at BMS!

Thanks,

Nancy Hewitt, Director

Bellamy Manor School

 

Broad Bay

Broadbay Manor June 2021

Dear Parents,

 

As the end of the school year hurtles towards us, I would like to reminisce a bit, for it truly has been a wonderful year. The school spirit and parental support have been absolutely tremendous. Thank you, one, and all! It seems like years ago, but remember the fantastic Pumpkin Patch Parade last fall? In addition, the Holiday program brought out the sweetness and enchantment of the children and reinforced the purpose of what everything is for – the spirit of love and friendship we all share.  Looking back over the past nine months I see achievement and growth in the children, in the school, and in the BBMS staff. We owe it all to you and your unflagging, cheerful support. Thanks for sharing your child with us and providing us the opportunity to teach and the enjoyment of watching them mature.

 

Our two-year-olds finish the year learning about the warmer seasons while the threes and Pre-k classes will study Dr. Seuss and his zany characters. The Cat in the Hat and all his friends–Thigwick, Horton, and Yertle become our vehicles for learning. Rhymes, math, crafts, and songs all focus on Seuss themes during these last days. It all ends with the notorious Breakfast at Broad Bay featuring Green Eggs and Ham (of course!) The children have a grand time with all this while an incredible amount of learning takes place.

 

The Four-year-old classes will be introduced to the accomplished children’s writer and animator Mo Willems. The humor in his books will capture imaginations and the cartoon illustrations are delightful for little eyes.

 

Kindergarten prepares for their final ceremony. They review all they have learned from the unit studies, then write about their favorite unit as well as illustrate it. On June 11th we will have our graduation ceremonies for our oldest group. Mrs. Profilet will send out more information as we get closer to the big day.  Bring your camera and tissues. This is a nostalgic moment for many of us!

 

2021-2022 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Manor School locations in VB will follow the Virginia Beach Public School’s start date for the school year just as we do every year.  This means our first day of school will be Thursday, September 9th, 2021.  We will adjust our school calendar to make up the two missed days (September 7-8) on the first two days of winter break.  This means winter break will start Wednesday, December 22nd instead of Monday, December 20th.   Please adjust your calendars accordingly.

 

As the weather turns warm many children sunburn. If your child is sensitive to the sun remember to put sunscreen on him/her before he comes to school.

 

A tuition invoice was sent home in May for June’s prorated amount. If you are unclear of your June tuition, please contact us.  Our last day of school is June 18th. Thank you again for a wonderful year. I hope to see many of you either this summer or next fall. If not, I thank you for your support this year and wish you and your child luck next year.

 

Thank you for all you do!!

Sincerely,

 

Jennifer Cox

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

June 11………………………………………………           Kindergarten Graduation

June 15, 16…………………………………………..        Kindergarten Graduation rain dates

June 18………………………………………………..         Last day of school

June 21  – June 25..…………………………………..   Turtle Week (all-day, current students)

June 28-Aug 6 ………………………………………..      Summer camp programs

July 5…………………………………………………..         Independence Day Observed – SCHOOL CLOSED

Aug 9-20………………………………………………         All-Day care only

Aug 23-Sep 8…………………………………………       BBMS closed

August TBA ………………………………………………… Open House (for parents and students)

Sep 9………………………………………………….           Fall 2021 first day of school

 

 

Greenbrier

Greenbrier Manor June 2021

Dear Parents,

 

As the end of the school year hurtles towards us, we would like to reminisce a bit, for it truly has been a wonderful year. The school spirit and parental support have been absolutely tremendous. Thank you, one and all!  We’ve had several successful fundraisers that have enabled us to plant our garden so the children can be engaged in planting, watering, weeding, picking and eating the yummy veggies they have helped produce! We have also been able to upgrade our classroom equipment! Looking back over the past nine months, I see achievement and growth in the children, in the school, and in the GMS staff. We owe it all to you and your unwavering, cheerful support. Thanks for sharing your children with us and providing us the opportunity to teach them and watch them mature.

Our Mother’s Day Out children finish the year learning about summer. Their verbal skills shine as we talk about beach trips, jellyfish and watermelon. Their fine-motor skills continue to improve as we make a colorful sun catcher and a special Father’s Day craft.

Our Threes and Pre-K will begin learning about Cat in the Hat and all his friends. Thigwick, Bartholomew Cubbins, Horton, and Yertle become our vehicles for learning. It all ends with the notorious Breakfast at Greenbrier 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.

The Four-year-old classes will be introduced to the accomplished children’s writer and animator Mo Willems. The humor in his books will capture imaginations and the cartoon illustrations are delightful for little eyes.

As our Kindergarteners prepare for their final ceremony, they review all they have learned from the unit studies this year. They will be illustrating and writing about their favorite unit. On June 8th and 9th we will have our outdoor graduation ceremonies for our oldest group. Ms. Early’s class will graduate on June 8th @ 9:15 and Mrs. Stanger’s class will graduate on June 9th @ 9:15. Bring your camera and tissues.  This is a nostalgic moment for many of us!

The Manor Schools continue with the RAZ Kids Reading program. This is a supplemental, leveled, online reading program. In addition to Down ByThe Bay readers, you can also enjoy reading short books that target your child’s reading level on your computer, IPAD, or smart phone.  The children thoroughly enjoy it!

            As the weather warms and we spend more time outside children will sunburn. If your child is sensitive to the sun, please remember to put sunscreen on him or her before they come to school. We will reapply sunscreen, as necessary, after lunch.

You should have received June’s prorated tuition amount. If you have any questions, see us at the front desk.  Our last day of school is June 18. Thank you again for a wonderful year!  I hope to see many of you either this summer or next fall. If not, we thank you for your support and wish you and your child success next year.

      If you have delayed signing up for the summer program, please turn in your preregistration form. We must have an accurate count of students so we can properly plan and staff for the summer. Thank you!

     

Sincerely,

 

Jackie

 

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

June 8 & 9……………….      Kindergarten Graduation

June 8 @ 9:15 Ms. Garlow’s class

June 9 @ 9:15 Mrs. Stanger’s class

 

June 18…………………..Last Day of School

June 21-25………………School Open for Day Care

June 28-Aug 20…………Summer programs

Sept 7……………………Fall programs begin

 

West Neck

Beach Manor June 2021

Dear Parents,

As the end of the school year hurtles towards us, I would like to reminisce a bit, for it truly has been a wonderful year.  School spirit and parental support have been tremendous. We’ve had several successful fundraisers that have enabled us to purchase new iPads and other equipment for the classrooms.  Looking back over the past nine months I see achievement and growth in the children, in the school and in the Beach Manor staff.  We owe it all to you and your unflagging, cheerful support.  Thanks for sharing your child with us and providing us the opportunity to teach and the enjoyment of watching them mature.

Our Mother’s Day Out children finish the year learning about Spring and the Beach while the threes and PreK classes will study Dr. Seuss and his zany characters.  The Cat in the Hat and all of his friends—Thigwick, Bartholomew Cubbins, Horton and Yertle become our vehicles for learning.  Rhymes, math, crafts and songs all focus on the Seuss themes during these last days.  It all ends with the notorious Breakfast at 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.  The Four-year-old classes will be introduced to the accomplished children’s writer and animator Mo Willems. The humor in his books will capture imaginations and the cartoon illustrations are delightful for little eyes.

Kindergarten classes will focus on the history of Virginia and will continue with creative writing and independent work.  Graduation will be held on Friday, June 11th at 10:0am.  Bring your camera and tissues.  This is a nostalgic moment for many of us!!  They spend their last few weeks together preparing for first grade.

Tuition for June is prorated.  A tuition schedule was sent home in May.  Our last day of school is June 18thALL JUNE TUITIONS ARE DUE BY FRIDAY, JUNE 11TH.

The Manor Schools continue with the RAZ Kids Reading program in Kindergarten and PreK.   This is a supplemental, leveled, online reading program.  Once a child starts reading in our Down by the Bay readers he/she will also be enrolled in RAZ Kids and given a password.   Then in addition to our readers you can also enjoy reading short, books that target your child’s reading level on your computer, IPAD, or smart phone.  The children thoroughly enjoy it.

 

 

To many of you we say “farewell”; to some “see you in September”; but to all of you our sincerest and deepest thanks for such a successful and happy year.  Have a lovely summer.  Take care of our children.  Call if you have any concerns or just want to chat.

 

 

2021-2022 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Manor School locations in VB will follow the Virginia Beach Public School’s start date for the school year just as we do every year.  This means our first day of school will be Thursday, September 9th, 2021.  We will adjust our school calendar to make up the two missed days (September 7-8) on the first two days of winter break.  This means winter break will start Wednesday, December 22nd instead of Monday, December 20th.   Please adjust your calendars accordingly.

 

 

 

Sincerely, Leigh

 

 

 

OPEN HOUSE WILL BE TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st FROM 6:00-7:30P

 

                        DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

June 11th…………………………………..Kindergarten Graduation 10:00am

June 18th………………………………….Last day of School

June 21st-August 120th …………………Summer programs at Beach, Bellamy, Broadbay and Greenbrier Manor. **

August 31st……………………………     Open House 6:00- 7:30pm

September 9th…………………………….Fall programs begin

 

**There are still a few openings left for our summer programs, your child will continue with all workbooks, readers —not to mention a lot of summertime fun. **

Bellamy

Bellamy Manor June 2021

Dear Parents,

As the end of the school year hurtles towards us, we would like to reminisce a bit, for it truly has been a wonderful year. School spirit and parental support have been tremendous. We have had several successful fundraisers that have enabled us to plant our garden so the children can be engaged in planting, watering, weeding, picking and eating the yummy veggies they have helped produce! We have also been able to upgrade our classroom equipment! Looking back over the past nine months we have seen achievement and growth in the children, in the school, and in the BMS staff.  We owe it all to you and your unflagging, cheerful support. Thanks for sharing your child with us and providing us the opportunity to teach and the enjoyment of watching them mature.

Our Mothers Day Out children finish the year learning about spring and the beach while the Threes and Pre-K classes will study Dr. Seuss and his zany characters.  The Cat in the Hat and all of 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 last days.  It all ends with our delightful breakfast at Bellamy 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.

The four-year-old classes will be introduced to the accomplished children’s writer and animator Mo Willems. The humor in his books will capture imaginations and the cartoon illustrations are delightful for little eyes.

Kindergarten classes will focus on the history of Virginia and will continue with creative writing and independent work.  Graduation will be held at 10:00 AM on Friday, June 11th at the Rivers of Living Waters Church on Indian Lakes Blvd.  Bring your camera and tissues.  This is a nostalgic moment for many of us! They will spend their last few weeks together preparing for first grade.

Tuition for June is pro-rated. Our last day of school is June 18th. We thank you again for a wonderful year.  We hope to see many of you either this summer or next fall.   If not, we thank you for your support this year and wish you and your child the best next year.

 

Sincerely,

Nancy

 

 

 

 

    OPEN HOUSE WILL BE ON Friday Aug. 27th from 4:00-7:00 PM  

 

 

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

June 11..……………Kindergarten Graduation (10:00 am)

June 18……………..Last day of school

June 21-25…….……Open for day care

June 28-Aug. 6….…..Summer Program

Aug. 9-20..…………Open for full day care

Aug 27. …………….Open House 4:00-7:00pm

Sept. 9..……………. Fall programs begins

West Neck

Beach Manor May 2021

Dear Parents, 

         

        The month of May takes most classes outside. Ms. Kaytlin and Ms. Andrea continue to help our youngest children with the exciting process of learning.  The children learn about shape and how they surround us every day.

      The three year old classes investigate Spring with its blossoms and the creepy crawlies that seem to accompany them.  The four-year-old’s swing into the trees as they begin a study of the local birds.  You will be truly impressed with the depth and scope of your child’s knowledge as he/she learns to identify fifteen to twenty different species of ourfeathered friends.   The study ends with a fantastic bird party –pass the worms, please.  Ms. Diane’s PreK classes will discover the world of insect; their focus will be on where they live and what they eat.   

Kindergarten has an exciting month.  The children learn about the stages of plant development, butterfly development, and frog development using a complete hands-on approach.  The kindergarten room has become a laboratory where seeds sprout; caterpillars spin cocoons, and tadpoles metamorphose into frogs.  If anyone finds tadpoles or frogs eggs send them in!  The children’s academic progress amazes me.  Many are now learning long vowel sounds and spelling!  As spring progresses, we plan to incorporate creative writing into each week’s lesson.  As these masterpieces come home it is important that you be extremely positive in your comments.  Please don’t make any suggestions.  Creative writing is a very personal and sensitive process.  A careless remark can be devastating.

     On May 11th, the preschool will be closed for conferences, but open for all day students.  If you have not received your conference schedule, let Leigh know.   Please be prompt.  If you cannot make your scheduled conference time, we will reschedule you for another day.   The teachers have no leeway and cannot run late.  If you need a longer conference than is scheduled, your teacher will be glad to reschedule you.    Classes are closed while you discover what wonderful children you have!   We will have supervision available for children who normally stay all day.  

      As the weather turns warm many children sunburn.  If your child is sensitive to the sun remember to put sunscreen on him/her before he comes to school.  If your child is an all-day student, we will apply sunscreen during quiet/nap time each day as needed.  If your child comes only for a half day program, please apply it at home and they should be protected for the time they are in school.  

          Our last day of school will be June 18th.  The prorated tuition has been sent home. Please let me know if you did not receive.     There are still openings in our summer programs at Beach,Bellamy, Broad Bay and Greenbrier Manor.   The program will continue to offer academic, social, and craft opportunities as the children learn about undersea life.  The children have plenty of opportunity to use the computer, dress ups, easels, puzzles, games, and train set.   Enrollment is limited so please return the registration form if you are interested.

 

                                                                                   Sincerely, Leigh 

 

 

                                          DATES TO NOTE ON YOUR CALENDAR

 

               

                May 11      Conference Day – School is closed, open for day care only.

                May 31      Memorial Day – School is closed.  

                June 11       Kindergarten Graduation – 10:00am

                June 18      Last day of school.

                Summer Programs: Will be available from June 21 – August 20 at 

                                                 Beach, Bellamy, Broad Bay and Greenbrier Manor

                Sept. 7           First Day of School 

 

Broad Bay

Broad bay Manor May 2021

Dear Parents,

 

The end of the school year is fast approaching and with it comes the various activities that signal the onset of summer. Spring conferences, Mother’s Day, and late evenings all herald the end of our year together.

 

Ms. Kristin and Ms. Brianica will dive into the many shapes that make up the world around us.   They will explore individual shapes as well as what can be made when we put the many shapes together.  Get ready for lots of fun food, games, books, and crafts to reinforce the shape of the day!

 

The month of May takes Ms. Colleen, Ms. Sandra, and Ms. Kellys classes outside! The three-yearolds investigate the many changes of spring.  We take a look at plants, animals, and BUGS!  

 

Our fantasy-oriented fours will continue their sojourn in the land of make believe.  They discover the world of castles, dragons, and unicorns this month.  Medieval knights and fairy princesses come alive for them, and they’ll find that most dragons are rather sensitive and lovable creatures.  The children finish the unit with a royal ball fit for any king or queen.  The four’s indulge in fantasy to their hearts content.

 

The PreK class continues to be environmentally aware as they focus their attention on birds of prey. Children will learn why the hawk has a hooked beak and toes with strong, curved talons.  Where does the Osprey live and what do they eat?  Learning is so much fun!

 

Kindergarten has an exciting month.  Mrs. Profilet’s class will be learning about the stages of plant development, butterfly development, and frog development using a complete handson approach.  The kindergarten rooms have become laboratories where seeds sprout; caterpillars spin cocoons, and tadpole’s metamorphosis into frogs.  

Conference Day

On May 11th the school will be closed for conferences.  A schedule will be emailed out to parents. If you need a longer conference than scheduled, your child’s teacher may be able to reschedule you for another day. Children who are enrolled in our allday program can attend BBMS as usual this day.  These are children enrolled in our 7:00-6:00 program.

 

Sunscreen

As the weather turns warm many children sunburn.  If your child is sensitive to the sun, remember to put sunscreen on him/her before coming to school.  If you would like to have the school’s sunscreen applied to your child throughout the day, please fill out the school’s sunscreen form available on request.

 

June Tuition

Tuition for June will be prorated for the June 18th end date.  Some of you will continue on through June for the summer; however, your June tuition will still be affected.  You will be notified of your June prorated tuition.  Don’t forget to adjust any automatic payments from your bank!

 

Spring is now in full force and we are enjoying watching your children soak up this wonderful weather!  Please enjoy as well!

​​Sincerely,  

Jennifer Cox

DATES TO MARK ON YOUR CALENDAR

May 11 .Conference Day- open for ALL DAY only

May 31..Memorial Day- school closed

June18..Last Day of the School year

June 21-25 .Turtle Week (all day current students only)

June 28-Aug 20.Summer programs

Sept. 7.First day of the 2021-2022 school year