“As for God, his way is perfect: The Lord’s word is flawless; he shields all who take refuge in him.”

Psalms 18:30


Dear Families,

 Well, the air is getting a little much cooler, the winds are blowing and the leaves are all changing and falling to the ground. It is hard to believe that Fall season it’s here! It has been a true blessing to work with each one of you and your children up to this point and we are looking forward to what the rest of this year will bring! During the month of October, the children will be working on their letters, shapes, and numbers as well as practicing their cutting skills. Please work on these skills with your child at home. Thank you for all of your hard work with them!

This month we will introduce:

Topic of the month:  Harvest/Life on the Farm

Artist of the month: Miro, Dali, Jaakola & Magretti

Musician or Rhythm the month: Woodwind instruments

Countries Of the month: Spain, Belgium & Finland

Children will be learning according to their age

Coming ON TIME to school!

Our morning program starts at 9:00am sharp with a Large Group Time. Children feel at ease when they arrive early before the Large Group Time starts, is important that they have time to interact with their peers before formal class; this is why we strongly suggest parents bring their children on time, before 9 am, so they don’t miss the prep time. It makes a big difference and the class will not be interrupted.

Fall Festival

For our Harvest/Fall Festival (Monday October 29th), children are encouraged to wear simple, comfortable cowboys or cowgirls costumes so they can be comfortable in the classrooms. If your child wears a costume that they might want to take off, please make sure that he/she has uniform clothes to change into.


This month we will introduce:

Week 1: October 1st - 5th

Farm Animals

Week 2: October 8th - 12th

Water Cycle

Week 3: October 15th - 19th

How Vegetables Grow

Week 4: October 22nd - 26th

Seeds in Our Food

Week 5: Oct 29th - Nov 2nd

Fall Festival

Safety: TOLCA reminds parents and other drivers within our community to be cautious and attentive around school zones because children are present.

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