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Then followed that beautiful season.... Summer...

Then followed that beautiful season....
Summer...
Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscape
Lay as if newly created in all the freshness of childhood.

-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Solstice Stroll
Thank you to everyone that came out to our Summer Solstice Stroll this past Wednesday evening. It was an impressive showing. The effort from the Parent Collaboration Committee made a huge impact. They were able to procure ice cream to have once we were done strolling. The children had a lovely time running, dancing, and waving their ribbon wands.

Our solstice celebrations are some of my favorite gatherings of our small community. They are a time for us to get together, celebrate the seasons, and wander about town. So, thank you again to all that were able to join.












Lunch this week was great. We introduced some new flavors and textures. We had a new recipe that we tried for whole wheat carrot muffins. They were very popular and delicious. We added ginger to our carrot…

Food!

News and Reminders: We are closed on June 3rd & 4th in observance of Independence Day. Our Summer Solstice Stroll is happening this coming Wednesday, the 21st. We will meet in front of Town Hall then head down to the Rec Path. We will have ice cream at the end! I really hope you can all join us.

Food Program
We have had a fantastic week with our new food program. Lunches have been very successful! The children did so well with new foods. We especially enjoyed talking about what we were eating as a class and working on identifying the different flavors.



Classroom Updates

Infant I
We have enjoyed some beautiful weather this week with nice, long mornings outside for our older children. Several of them have become very adept at imitating and joining in with infant II children's play. We love to watch how this stretches their social skills and ability to communicate. Our new classroom layout has provided more spaces where "large" (4 or 5) groups of children can gather, oft…