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    Summer Preview: Auction, Picnic, and Summer Explorations

    Jonathan Sommer       

    We’ve got summer on our minds; today’s high temperature is forecasted to be 94 degrees, with some meteorologists saying that we could break the old record of 96 degrees! Today’s outside time featured water play, and the children were thrilled- running, squealing, and having a wonderful time.

    Next week will feature our end of year picnic. Parents, students, and teachers will come together to celebrate the accomplishments of this year, and look forward to warmer summer days. It promises to be a great evening. One of the main attractions of the evening will be the announcement of our silent auction winners. The teachers captured some wonderful photos of the children creating these beautiful works of art. We’ve posted a link to the photos on our internal Facebook page, so parents, you can take a look at the process behind these works of art. Bidding ends Monday, so place your bids soon!!

    Our Summer Explorations program is a great way to keep the fun and learning of the school year going all summer long. Your child will enjoy Beginning’s nearly two acres of land, including our Children’s Garden, Wildlife Sanctuary, and Outdoor Classroom. We offer true learning opportunities and enrichment everyday including, including cooking skills, music, math, and science. They’ll fish in the stream, study frogs, plant fruits and vegetables and watch them grow, until they’re perfect for eating. This is also a great opportunity for children who are entering into kindergarten next year to begin to learn and explore every day.

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