Avery Field Trip Photos

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Brenwood Academy Information Gathering for Pre-K

Dear Pre-K Families,

Have you been to one of Brenwood Academy’s Pre-K Information Sessions?  If so, thank you for coming!  We have enjoyed getting to know each family better.  If not, we hope you will join us at our next gathering.

The year is winding down, with summer in sight.  Many of you have plans for Spring Break and Summer coming up.  Join us Wednesday before Spring Break for a brief orientation, question & answer session, tour, and activity for your child.

If you have friends and neighbors that are on Pre-K “wait lists” at other locations, please share the good news of Brenwood Academy with them.  We have space available!  Please feel free to bring a friend to our next open house, or invite them to call or come for a tour.

Our next gathering at Brenwood Academy is on:

Wednesday, March 28th at 9:00 a.m.

This will include a child-centered activity.  Our current Pre-K students and teachers will be here in session, giving you the opportunity to observe a typical Pre-K day.

It is important that you please RSVP at

  • Phone: 770-704-4925
  • Come by the office
  • Email mary@brenwoodacademy
  • or the registration form here…

so we can have the necessary arrangements made for your child.  We look forward to seeing you!

Thank you,

 

 

 

Mary Townsend

Head of School

Brenwood Academy

 

Three’s Classroom Newsletter May

Teachers Corner

This month let’s celebrate our Moms! We will be making special Mother’s Day crafts and look forward to sharing extra hugs and kisses our moms!

Show and Share

Every Friday! Please remember the item must fit in your cubbie!

Learning Focus for May

The focus for this month is flowers and insects. We will also be learning about life cycles, and watching our caterpillars turn into butterflies!

This Week

This week help your child see visual similarities and differences.  Find something while out and about and point out to a child and see if they can find something similar. Do the same with differences. Another activity is sorting items into similar groups, like different shapes of pasta.  Give it a try.  Remember don’t do it for them.  They are learning.

Events

Prekindergarten and Kindergarten Graduation will take place on Saturday, May 19th beginning at 9:30am.

Student Spotlight

Sidney Todd

Sidney loves to swing, play with balls, play with her baby dolls and likes to cook.  Her favorite foods are fruit, cheese, noodles and chocolate milk.  She enjoys going places and is full of energy.  She is usually smiling and makes her family laugh

Nickolas Shakespeare

Nickolas loves to play with trains, go see trains…trains, trains, trains!  His favorite foods are chicken nuggets, chocolate, ice cream and waffles.  He has two cats named Kali and Jet.   He is the “sonshine” of his parent’s lives.  If he could go somewhere special it would be to see trains.  We are talking real trains…perhaps a future engineer.

Three’s Classroom Newsletter

Teachers Corner

This week we planned to sort and group balls with the ones each child brought, but not everyone remembered, so we need you to help us by bringing these items for your child’s full participation. We managed and had great fun. This week we were all about sports. We kicked balls, played basketball, talked about our favorite sports, and played “over and under” with the balls. We read books about sports and graphed balls.

Show and Share

This Friday, the 16th the show and share is a shape. It is a SQUARE.  Bring something that is this shape.  Remember it must fit in your cubbie!

Learning Focus for March 12-16

The focus is Creepy Crawlies. We are making a special concoction of edible dirt and worms.  If we can have a few volunteers to purchase Oreo cookies, we will provide the rest.  Please let us know if you could volunteer to bring some.   The kids love this week.

Question of the Week

Can you help your child when you play outside to try somethings they maybe haven’t before?

For example:

  • Jump forward with both feet together
  • Bounce a ball to them and help them learn to catch
  • Can they hop on the right foot and then the left foot five times?

These are a few skills that are developmentally appropriate for children to be working on.CHEER THEM!!

Events

We have an informal  gathering on  Wednesday, March 21st, 2012  at 9 a.m. for those registered for Georgia Pre-K. 
We are fortunate to have a lot of space for Georgia Pre-K.  Please share with friends that might be on a “wait list” somewhere else.

Student Spotlight

Kassidy Eno

She has been at Brenwood since she was 4 or 5 months old.  She loves to read, dress up and be a “girlie girl”, and play princess things. Her greatest joy is playing with her big brothers.  Her favorite foods are quesadillas and yogurt.  She loves Waffle House.

Nolan Sheldon

He has been at Brenwood  since he was one and he will be in PreK in the fall.  His favorite things are baseball, watching football.   He cheers for the Florida Gators.  He loves to eat everything, but chicken nuggets and French fries are his favorite meal.  He enjoys hanging out with the family and playing with his baby brother.

Easter Photos 2012

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Free Speech and Language Screenings!!

Comprehensive Therapy Children’s Center offers speech, occupational and physical therapy for children birth to 21 years of age.

We are excited to offer FREE speech and language screenings for any interested family. A licensed speech and language pathologist from Comprehensive Therapy Children’s Center will be here Friday mornings on March 9th, 23rd, and the 30th at Brenwood Academy to conduct screenings for children 18 months of age and older. Early intervention in identifying needs is the key to success in a child’s life.

Interested?

Just complete the consent form  and return it to Brenwood Academy by March 7th.

Screenings will last approximately 15 minutes per child.

Children may not be screened without signed parental consent.

Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday, Read Across America

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.”

What better way to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday than reading to a child? On the evening of March 2nd (Dr. Seuss’s birthday), Random House and the National Education Association (NEA) urge you to participate in the second annual Read Across America and read to a child.

WHY CELEBRATE DR. SEUSS?

Dr. Seuss epitomizes a love of children and learning. Also, his use of rhyme makes his books an effective tool for teaching young children the basic skills they need to be successful. When we celebrate Dr. Seuss and reading, we send a clear message to America’s children that reading is fun and important.

Click here to print out your own Cat in the Hat door knob hanger.

Click here to print out a Dr. Seuss read and color word search.