The Westminster Nursery School Times
The Next Step for 2020-2021 School Year Registration
The $250 non-refundable deposit to secure your child’s place at Westminster for the 2020-2021 school year is due by February 14th.
February is the perfect month to explore “feelings” with children. In each of the classes we have been talking about the people we love, those who are very special to us – family. From there we move on to the people that we care about at school – friends. At circle time we talk about what it means to be a friend and how we would like our friends to treat us. It is never too early to teach children to be kind and loving to others. Valentine cards are one way to show someone that we think they are special. Here at Westminster we will be celebrating Valentine’s Day with special snacks and a Valentine exchange. Each child should bring in a Valentine for each of the other children in the class with names on the envelopes on February 12th and 13th.
Dental Health Month
Pediatric hygienists with Pearly Whites in Berkeley Heights will visit on February 25th and 26th and talk with the children about the importance of good dental hygiene and keeping our teeth healthy by eating the proper foods.
When we have snow and your child wears boots to school, please be sure to bring shoes and change your child into them when you arrive. We have found boots to be a problem with some of our Movement activities and on the stairs.
Please consider ordering from Scholastic Books for your child. Let them pick out a book, they even have several for $1. It makes your child feel good and it helps Westminster by earning points to get supplies. We don’t do any fundraisers so please consider ordering each month, even one book helps.
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Wednesday, February 12th - Valentines Exchange (Bocian and Ripps)
Thursday, February 13th - Valentines Exchange (Machin)
Monday, February 17th - School Closed (President’s Day)
Tuesday, February 25th - Dentist Visit
Wednesday, February 26th - Dentist Visit
“We’re so busy giving kids what we didn’t have that we’re forgetting to give them what we did have.”
Author Frosty Troy