Calm Tranquilo/Tranquila  Peaceful, quiet 

    Hello Families:

    Thank you all for your support.

    Just a reminder that it's still cold out there:
    It's getting colder out there.   Note that we go outside during our gross motor time (10 am), weather permitting.  Please have your preschooler prepared with a warm coat, mittens that fit, and a hat.  The preschoolers seem to love outdoor activities.  Also, note that at times it gets cold in the classroom, so please send in a sweatshirt or sweater-type jacket for when they feel cold inside the building.  
    Reach out if you have any questions.  We want every preschooler to feel comfortable during their day.
    scheduleHello Families: 
    Thank you all for joining our Clothes Study celebration.  This Friday, we began the Pet Study.   Below you will find a list of items that will help our study.  If your child has a pet, please send in a photograph for your child to share.   Thank you for all of your continued support.
    .   Please see your email and TG app. for a message to help support this study. 



    Here are a few things to remember:  


    Bus   Car line  aftercarePlease be sure to let me know if you've made any changes to your child's dismissal plans -going home on the bus, aftercare, or parent pick-up. 
    Healthy Food Please send your preschooler in with a healthy snack and lunch.  If your child is getting a school lunch, please let me know, and let me know which lunch they will need (hot or cold).   
    Your child needs:
    napping blanket or small sleeping bag (it is a blanket, pillow, and mat cover all in one)
    full-sized backpack to fit their belongings, 
    an extra spare set of clothes (tops, bottoms, socks, underwear, pull-ups, wipes, sneakers) 
    a family picture for your child to share.  We will hang the photos so they can keep them up all year.  




    Non-food items may be sent in for your child. For example: individual coloring books, stickers, play dough, birthday toys, etc. 

    Due to dietary restrictions and allergies, please refrain from sending in food items for class celebrations.  Please send in non-edible type treats to celebrate birthdays and special occasions.  At orientation, I shared some ideas.    Please reach out if you have any questions.  I'd really like every preschooler to be able to participate.  Often, food leaves some children out.


    Please note, when sending your child in with a snack and/or lunch, please leave candy, cakes, and chips at home.  Provide your child with a healthy lunch and snack.  We try to encourage healthy eating habits.   






    *a full-sized backpack that your child can manipulate independently 

    *a spare set of clothes in a labeled zip -lock type bag   

    * Rest time 1 child sized sleeping bag or two small blankets for rest time

    * small stuffed animal or pillow for rest time comfort

    *provide a reusable bag to store and carry your child's above naptime supplies

    *water  Healthy Food healthy snack and drink

    * water    reusable water bottle (no juice in it/only water)

    * lunch from home (or if your child gets a school lunch School lunch  let me know)

    *If your child is not toilet trained, you will need to send a supply of pull-ups and wipes  

    School ID

    Family Picture =)

    Note: Any medication must be administered by the nurse; you may need to send in a doctor’s note.

    Please make sure to mark all items with your child's initials.

    I am looking forward to a great school year.

    Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at lzammit@jacksonsd.org



    Family App

    As a reminder & note to new families that have joined us this year:

    Please send your child in with a change of clothing (shorts/pants, shirt, socks, underwear, extra pair of sneakers) and a full-size backpack.  If your preschooler is not potty-trained, please be sure to send in the necessary toileting items (pullups, underwear, and wipes).  We will be helping with the potty training of your child.  


    Email address: lzammit@jacksonsd.org