Wasatch Preschool Parent Notes
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Parent Letter 2016-2017
We welcome you to Wasatch Presbyterian Preschool (WPP) for the coming school year and look forward to continuing with and expanding our tradition of providing quality preschool experiences for all children!
We remind you to bring your child’s updated immunizations into our office before school starts or on the first day of class. This is a requirement for your child to start school. You should also notify us of any serious allergies and/or health problems so we can notify your child’s teachers about them. We also recommend that you speak with your child’s teachers about these issues and/or any other concerns you have before school begins.
The office is open the week before school starts from 9:00-11:00 am to accept immunization forms and answer questions. Also, attached to this email is a copy of a school calendar and some thoughts on Separation Anxiety, a common issue at the beginning of each school year. Some important dates to remember include:
- Tuesday, August 30th: Posting of Class Lists: We post Class lists on the front door of the preschool. Come check out who is in your child’s class and what teachers your child has.
- Wednesday and Thursday September 1st- 2nd: Meet and Greet: 10 minutes per family Watch for an email/letter from your child’s teacher telling you when you are scheduled to come for a private conference. You will be given a Registration Packet to take home and bring to the front desk of the Preschool Office the first day of class. Take advantage of this time to tell teachers about any special needs your child/family may have.
- Monday, September 5th : No School, Labor Day
- Tuesday and Wednesday, September 6th and 7th: Open Class. AM classes, 9:00-10:00
- PM classes, 12:00-1:00 pm. This is a 1 hour regular class session with Parents and child. Come and see what your children do at school. No siblings please.
At WPP, the learning of pre-Kindergarten skills, high self-esteem, problem solving, socialization skills and trust in others, take place in a safe, nurturing environment, free from fear of failure. We commit to offering a program where all children, from all backgrounds, can learn and feel welcome.
As always, contact our office with any questions or concerns that you might have. During the summer we check for messages once a week until the middle of August when we will do so more often.
Wasatch Presbyterian Preschool
*Children should wear shoes with closed toes and heels. Flip-flops and sandals are too slippery and cause accidents on the playground.