You know your child and his/her abilities, interests and temperament best. We encourage you to share information with your child’s teachers each and every day. Perhaps something unusual happened at home or over the weekend that could affect your child’s mood or behavior. If you take a moment to mention these things when you drop your child off in the morning, our teachers will know to be help them develop healthy social-emotional skills and coping strategies.
Taking time to communicate and linger a bit at the pick up will also give our teachers a chance to share what they observed of your child during the day.
Working together to develop a habit of communicating, we believe, will result in many wonderful benefits for your child including: