Each family will receive an orientation checklist along with the school policy with a brief orientation of the school. This will introduce parents to the procedures before they bring their child to school. Parents have an option to set up a brief meeting with their future child’s teacher a week prior to the start date of the child.
Back to School Night
This night begins in the gym where parents will be greeted by the Director, Ms. Angelica and the Owner, Ms. Rim. At this time the staff will be introduced. Parents then return to their child’s classroom where they are further oriented by their children’s teachers in the procedures and expectations of the coming year.
International Day Potluck
This is a school event where all the children and parents gather to celebrate the cultures of the world. Each family is encouraged to bring their favorite dish and wear their customary clothes.
Conferences are held once in the fall and in the spring. Conferences give parents and teachers the opportunity to discuss the progress of the child and set goals for the future.
Children have an option in participating in a Halloween Party in their prospective classrooms. Children are encouraged to dress up in their “non scary” costumes. Parents are asked to volunteer their time and talents for this event. All classrooms participate in a parade that takes place in our parking lot.
Parents are welcome to join their children for lunch for our Thanksgiving Feast. Children share a few songs with their parents.
Children perform several winter songs for their parents.
The Primary Classrooms enjoy a fun filled day celebrating Texas! Children enjoy participating in a Texas related art project, cooking project, line dancing, and story time.
Mother’s Day Tea
This is a wonderful opportunity to honor our mothers at our school. Moms are asked to join their children for tea.
Donuts with Dad
This is a great opportunity to honor our fathers at our school. Dads are asked to join their children for donuts.
The Luau Party is a fun filled morning provided for the children as an “end of the summer party.”