Clyde’s Corner | January 2024

Welcome to Clyde’s Corner 

Happy February! We’ve had so much fun this past month and cannot wait to see what more is to come!

A few reminders:

  1. We will be going outside every single day as long as weather allows! If the weather is below 30° we will not be going outside. Anything above 30° we will be going outside so please, provide your child with weather appropriate clothing. Let’s get out and play!
  2. Valentines Day Classroom Parties will be happening on Wednesday February 14th! From 11 to 12. We encourage students and families to participate but it’s not required. Let’s keep it fun and healthy! Here are classroom capacities: Ducklings: 8 | Porcupettes: 5 | Little Llamas: 8 | Rowdy Roosters: 8
  3. Handwashing – When entering the classrooms, please make sure you and your child are washing hands. This helps reduce the spread of germs and keeps everyone healthy.
  4. Great news! We will begin to roll out our extracurriculars this month. Click here to learn more about each one.
  5. FINALLY! Rowdy Roosters will be opening on the 12th and a warm welcome to Ms. Jenny who will be starting on the 5th taking over! 🐓
  6. Speech Therapy screenings will be on Feb. 9th. Please stop by the front desk for a consent form if you wish for your child to participate.
  7. How Sick is Too Sick? – Ever curious on when to keep your child home childcare? Click here to know more about what illnesses/symptoms you should keep your kiddo home.
  8. Please be sure to regularly check the parent calendar for any classroom or school events!

Love is in the Air! 💖

As always, NEVER hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

Upcoming Birthdays!

Ms. Dom | February 23

Staff Updates!

Please Welcome

Ms. Jayna as a Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher. You will find her helping out in both Ducklings and Porcupettes!

Ms. Cheryl as our Infant / Toddler Lunch Assist

And Ms. Jenny as our Pre-K Lead Teacher

to The Big Red Barn Family!

Clyde’s Corner Tidbit

To successfully teach a child a life skill,

we must model and demonstrate that skill in daily life!