You will find all the information you need to send your little one to school here on this page!

2019-2020 School Supply Lists:

2 bottles 8oz hand sanitizer

2 boxes Kleenex

2 rolls paper towels

2 clorox/lysol wipes

1 package of baby/hand wipes

1 box sandwich size ziploc bags

1 ream white copy paper

1 box Crayola Crayons 16ct

1 box of markers

2 glue sticks

1 plastic pencil box*

1 plastic folder with pockets and brads*

1 spiral notebook*

Lunch box*

Standard-size backpack (must fit folder and extra clothing)*

Roll bed or sleeping bag, child size* 

Complete set of extra clothing, with socks and underwear, in large ziplock bag*

 

*Please CLEARLY label with child’s name

 

2 bottles 8oz hand sanitizer

2 boxes Kleenex

2 rolls paper towels

2 clorox/lysol wipes

2 packages of baby/hand wipes

1box quart size bags with slider closure

1 package white card stock

1 box Crayola Crayons 16ct

1 watercolor palette

1 safety scissors (blunt edge)

1 can foaming shaving cream

1 package manilla paper 

2 spiral notebooks*

1 plastic pencil/supply box*

Lunch box*

Standard-size backpack or tote bag*

Roll bed or sleeping bag, child size*

2 complete sets of extra clothing, with socks and underwear, in large ziplock bag*

 

*Please CLEARLY label with child’s name

2 bottles 8oz hand sanitizer

2 boxes Kleenex

2 rolls paper towels

2 clorox/lysol wipes

4 pack Play-Doh brand playdough

1 bottle 7oz+ Elmer’s white school glue

1 bottle 7oz+ Elmers Glitter Glue (any color)

1 can foaming shaving cream

Boys: 1 box gallon size ziploc bags

Girls: 1 box snack size ziploc bags

1 package white cardstock

2 packages of unscented baby wipes

Lunch box*

Roll bed or sleeping bag, child size*

3 complete sets of extra clothing, with socks, in large ziplock bags*

1 full package diapers (if potty training, pull-ups must have easy open sides)*

 

*Please CLEARLY label with child’s name

2 bottles 8oz hand sanitizer

2 boxes Kleenex

2 rolls paper towels

2 clorox/lysol wipes

1 box quart size ziploc bags

1 package construction paper, assorted colors

1 box jumbo crayons, 8ct*

4 pack Play-Doh brand playdough*

Lunch box*

1 spill proof cup (to keep in classroom)*

Roll bed or sleeping bag, child size* 

3 complete sets of extra clothing, with socks, in large ziplock bags*

2 packages baby wipes*

1 full package diapers*

 

*Please CLEARLY label with child’s name

2 bottles 8oz hand sanitizer

2 boxes Kleenex

2 rolls paper towels

2 clorox/lysol wipes

1 box gallon size ziploc bags

4 full sets of extra clothing, with socks, in large ziplock bags*

2 packages of baby wipes*

1 full packge of diapers*

Dipaer bag, tote bag, or backpack*

Formula or breastmilk and bottles*

Lunch bag or cooler for baby food and formula/breastmilk*

 

*Please CLEARLY label with child’s name

Please include an extra set (or two) of clothing in your child’s backpack or diaper bag.  

Children still in diapers will be required to bring a full sleeve of diapers and a full package of wipes to leave in the classroom.  

All students will be required to bring a healthy packed lunch with ice packs or thermos to keep foods at safe temperatures.  

Toddlers, Twos, Threes, and PreK are required to have a nap mat or sleeping bag for a mandatory rest period after lunch.  


Preparing Your Child:

Now let’s talk about preparing for preschool! Children grow and develop at their own pace, so having a one-size-fits-all mentality on getting ready for preschool simply does not work.  The children do not have to be at a certain academic level or be able to perform any required skills when they come to us.  Teachers passionately work with each child to help him or her grow and accomplish their next set of goals.  But there is so much you can do to prepare for this next big step.

The best thing you can do to get your child ready for preschool is to talk about it!  Children are often afraid of the unknown.  (Isn’t everyone?) When something is familiar, it is easier to navigate.  Talk about the things they will do, the teachers that will love them, and the other children who they will play with.  Talking about preschool may help them address their fears of being left in a “scary” place with “strange” people.  So talk with them about how they will stay there while you leave for a little while.  Reassure them that you will be back to get them after a day of fun things!  Another helpful strategy is to bring your child with you any time you are visiting the school.  Your tour will provide an excellent opportunity to introduce your child to the preschool environment.  Other great times to familiarize your child with his or her new school are when you are returning paperwork or attending a school event.