Archive for January, 2012

Staff News

January 30th, 2012

*The Board of Directors of Spring Garden Preschool is working to fill the position of Bookkeeper/Assistant to the Director.  Inteviews are being scheduled for the week of February 6th and we expect an announcement to be made shortly thereafter. *Special thanks go to Mrs. Wilma Blackwell, Director of Spring Garden Preschool, for working so diligently to make […]

Valentine Parties

January 30th, 2012

Valentine parties will be celebrated on Tueday, February 14, 2012 along with our scheduled no pack day.

February Birthdays

January 30th, 2012

Caiden T.                February 05 Valentines Day February 14 Lola R.                    February 15 Jake M.                  February 22 Breanna R.          February 22

February No Pack Days – $3.00

January 30th, 2012

Feb.  8, Wednesday Feb. 14, Tuesday Feb. 24, Friday Feb. 29, Wednesday

Fern Valley Farms

January 30th, 2012

Fern Valley Farms is returning to Spring Garden Preschool!  We look forward to their visits with a different animal the fourth Wednesday of every month.  January’s animal was a flop eared bunny.

Winter Reminder!

January 30th, 2012

Spring Garden Preschool is closed for inclement weather when Bristol, Virginia, schools are closed and we open at 10:00 am if they are on a snow schedule.

Imagination Library

January 30th, 2012

Join the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.  Stop by the preschool office to obtain a form or register online at :  www.dollysimaginationlibrary.com.   Children living in Bristol, Virginia, or in Washington County, Virginia, are eligible from birth until age 5.  The books are a great resource and an opportunity for your child to enjoy receiving mail.

February is “Heart Month”!

January 30th, 2012

We will be observing “Heart Month” by exercising during music each week with Mrs. Cindy Ferguson.  It’s a great way to expend some winter wiggles!

Pre – K Class Community Project

January 30th, 2012

The children in Mrs. Jen and Mrs. Doris’s Pre-K class helped to load food into bags for some of the Crossroads Medical Mission’s patients.  Their community service project resulted in ten bags of food that could barely be lifted!  Good job Pre-K (Sunflower) Room!