Newsletter February 2020

boys at daycare with hats

As we enter the month of love, we would like to give a shout out to our amazing parents and families! Everything we do would be impossible without your endless support.

This month, we are going to go over a few themes that are sure to have all our little ones engaged and interested. We’ll start off with kindness and friendship, then valentine, love, and emotions. Being that it is also Black History Month, we will be celebrating the achievements of notable African Americans who have had a positive impact.

Please remember we will not be open February 17, in observance of President’s Day. During this week, we will also touch on different presidents of the United States throughout history, their accomplishment, and the things they did for the greater good of the country.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via email at or phone at 305.629.9889. We would be more than happy to assist our families in anyway we can.

February 7, 2020: wear red

February 21, 2020: wear pink 

School will be CLOSED Monday, February 17, 2020, in observance of President’s Day.

Sorry for the dust! We’ve been working hard on bettering our school for the new year. Checkout all our new additions next time you’re in the building. Here are some pics of what we’ve done!

Renovated the reception area to better serve our parents and guests.

Created a STEAM room for our students to learn about science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Sparking an interest in students toward these subjects is important while children are still young!

Alec, Rebecca, Rithika, Krithika, Tristan, Arron, Nathalie, Ms. Lizbeth, Ms. Jeaneth, and Ms. Leidys,

May you enjoy your special day!

Refer a new family and receive one FREE week of tuition after they complete their first month!

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