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School-age children need just as much attention to quality programming as young children. Check out YPLC’s FunZone out of O’Dea Elementary – http://youngpeopleslc.com/school-age-children – We will pick children up from most schools in town and take them to join in the fun!
This summer, our Penguin and Parrot classrooms have been experimenting with Daily Notes instead of Communication Notebooks. What do you like best? CLICK HERE to vote! Voting closes August 15th and we will make some decisions for fall!
Does anyone have an extra bike trailer laying around that they might not be using? A family at our PLum Street school would really love to take it off your hands! Drop us a line if you think you could help out. THANKS!
This year, YPLC will be closed on Columbus Day (October 8th) for our teachers to participate in an in-service training weekend. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope the heads-up gives you enough time to plan! We are really looking forward to our teachers getting in some collaborative time together.
Preschool parents have received a re-registration packet for fall in their parent boxes. This has some important information, please read and return the second sheet to us ASAP!
Join us THIS WEDNESDAY for the best party of the year! Our end-of-summer pool party will be at City Park Pool Wednesday, August 15th from 6 – 8 pm. We have rented out the entire pool for YPLC families! Everyone is welcome! Bring a dish to share and we will provide hot dogs, BBQ chicken and plenty of entertainment!
We told you were would try these new forms of notes and then decide if we like them better than the notebooks – here is your chance to let us know what you think! Please know that teachers will be voting too (not on this form) and everything will be taken into consideration before we make a decision at the end of next week.
Communication Notebooks were used prior to summer 2012 and are a spiral notebook for both parents and teachers two write free form about children’s day and experiences, they are written in about three times per week for full time students and twice per week for part time students.
Preschool Daily Notes have been used through June and July 2012 and report specifically on sleeping, eating and toileting behaviors of children as well as give a snapshot of the overall day. They are filled out every day except Fridays, when teachers are concentrating on academic assessments.
Voting closes August 15th. THANKS!
Please take a minute to click on the link below give us some feedback from our Spring 2012 semester! The survey is short and sweet and the results are used to make adjustments and changes to our program as well as to make sure we keep things going that parents really like! We want to know what you are thinking!