Fine Arts Preschool Newsletter – January 2018

Welcome Back! We hope you had a very happy holiday!  All classes resume on Wednesday, January 3rd.  You may have noticed that we have “Bring a Friend Week” coming up for our dance and music classes.  We are unable to offer this for Preschool students because of the state-required paperwork.   
Please call or email us if you have any questions.   Happy New Year – We are so happy to have you with us in 2018! 

Preschool Closed: Preschool will be closed Monday, January 22nd & Tuesday, January 23rd due to Oak Creek-Franklin School District being closed. 

Friendly Reminders: Please make sure all students try to use the bathroom before class start time. A lot of students need to use the bathroom within the first 30 minutes of class. Our school starts at 9am.  Please arrive on time so teachers can start teaching as soon as they get to school. Also, please make sure to only bring water and one or two healthy food items for snack.   

License Plate Winner:  Congrats to license plate 818-LUN. One of our staff members spotted your Academy window sticker while driving!  Please contact the front desk so we know who you are and you will receive a $50 tuition voucher. To participate, grab a FREE window sticker at the desk!  

FREE Dance Days: We are offering FREE Dance Days January 8th-January 13th!  The classes are FREE and open to anyone. If you’ve always wanted to try dance, now is the time!  There are select classes available for this special week. For a full list of classes and to register CLICK HERE.    

Sick Policy: Remember if your child is sick, they may not return to school for 24 hours to ensure they are no longer contagious.   

Oak Creek Police Department Visit at Preschool ~ Tuesday, January 16th at 9:30am: Students who do not attend Preschool on Tuesday mornings can still attend for only the presentation with an adult present.

Field Trip Link: You can visit our website to see upcoming scheduled field trips.  CLICK HERE.     

Winter Weather & Boots: With the anticipation of snowy weather, please have your child come to school wearing boots. You can place your boots on the rug outside of the classroom to help keep our floors dry. Students need to bring a change of shoes for the classroom. 

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