Family Newsletter

August 2018

The heat continues! Summer is hot and hazy and we continue to have water, water, everywhere to keep our friends smiling and happy! Please remember, swimsuits, towels, water shoes and sunscreen. We will take advantage of the warm weather as many days as possible and don't want to disappoint any of the kiddos.

This month, we'll get the kids in training with our very own Browncroft Summer Olympics. Our games will include the long jump, javelin throw, shot put and the favorite--Browncroft Obstacle course! We'll close out our games with medals for all!

Our teachers will to take their well earned and deserved vacations in August and you may see some different faces in your child's classroom. Joining us again are Miss Carrie and Miss Molly. They both have been with us for about a year in the afternoon hours. Molly has completed her second year at SUNY Cortland and is studying early childhood education. Carrie attends SUNY Brockport and majors in dance. They will be sure to introduce themselves in the classrooms and we're happy to have these women with us for the summer!

With  summer day camp program, our parking lot has become very busy. We remind all our families, to please use extreme caution. No cars should be exiting the Center onto Atlantic Avenue. Atlantic Avenue entrance is one way into the Center. All cars should be exiting onto DeMaille Street. We will add more signage to the parking lot, but in the meantime, we appreciate your help! We also ask that you don't leave cars running in the parking lot. It is for the safety of all the children. Thank you!

Thank you to all the families that have "Liked" our Facebook page: Browncroft Day Care Center.
We love to see families visit the page and see in nearly "real time" what kind of fun we're having at the Browncroft. We use this page to share some photos, news and events. This page complements what you find in classrooms, parent info boards, and our website.

CENTER CLOSED: Monday, September 3 for theLabor Day holiday.


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