Ahhhhh… Rain! In California, it comes so few and far between, and we want our learners to enjoy it to the fullest. Letting children play in the rain is not only joyful but has many benefits. It boosts the immune system, builds resilience, gives them the opportunity to experience the uniqueness of different seasons, and engages them in active play. Please be sure to send an extra change of clothes and shoes to keep in your child’s classroom for those special days. This definitely includes our older learners, who love to slide in the mud.
We will always provide the option for learners to stay inside the Village during recess and lunch (MPR) if they choose to not get wet. But, from what the learners said after playing in the rain (and mud) last Thursday, it was the best day EVER!
All learners are welcome and encouraged to come dressed up December 16-20 as we get ready for Winter Break! Let’s spread some school cheer!
All proceeds go toward travel expenses, so that our 6th and 7th grade DreamUp Launch Team can go to NASA in Florida and watch their experiment launch to the International Space Station, where the astronauts will conduct the experiment!
Not all superheroes wear capes or leap over tall buildings in a single bound. Some superheroes use their powers to spread kindness, help others, cultivate acceptance, and display optimism when facing a challenge. We are looking forward to our Winter Program, Superheroes Unite! Our learners have been working very hard to learn the songs and