April Newsletter 2018 - KRCP
Newsletter April 2018
GRANDPARENTS/SPECIAL PERSONS DAY
Grandparent’s special/person’s day was a huge success. Thank you to the very special people who took time out of their busy lives to be with their children. I would also like to thank Noma Madonko (Ayanna’s mom) and Meghana Mahale (Agastya’s and Narayani’s mom) for helping on the day. The children enjoyed a picnic on the lawns with their grandparents/special persons. There were enough grandparents to go around for those children whose special people could not make it, these kiddies where also spoilt and nurtured.
A reminder that the school will be closed from 23 April – 1 May (27 April and 1 May are public holidays). We are reopening on Wednesday 2nd May. This gives our teachers/staff a short but well-deserved break.
EARTH DAY – SATURDAY 22 APRIL
Earth Day is celebrated annually on April 22 with events worldwide in support of the environment and to raise awareness for the environmental protection and care of our planet.
The children will be engaging in an “Earth Day Craft Project” with anti-waste material. The aim of Earth Day is to bring awareness of our fragile planet, and how we can all do our little part in taking care of it.
ANNUAL HEARING SCREENING
Hearing screening will be conducted on the 18 April 2018. If any parent is interested in having their child hearing screened, please click this link for forms to be completed and returned to the office. The cost of the screening will be covered by the class term fund (R100)
Please keep Saturday 12 May open for our Annual Sports Day. More information will follow in May's Newsletter.
NEW HOME FOR DOGGIES
Joshua and Danielle Jardine (children in Teacher Jane and Lorna’s class) and family are immigrating to New Zealand soon. They cannot take their beloved little doggies with them. They are appealing to anyone who may be interested in adopting their adorable doggies. If interested you can speak to Barbara and she will pass the request on to Nicole the children’s mom.
Basil and Sybil are two miniature Schnauzers, aged 9 and 10. Our children grew up with them, so the dogs do very well with little ones. They are Kusa registered pure bred Schnauzers and have just had their latest deworming and vaccinations done. They are in very good health. Basil is an extremely good guard dog and Sybil is more of a lapdog. They are completely housetrained. As they are a bit older, they tend to laze around for most of the day. Sybil has been spayed and Basil neutered. We will also microchip them once they go to a new family. See photos below.
Thought of the month
Mistakes are proof that you are trying.
BARBARA AND TEAM
PS: Have a lovley long weekend and see you all back on Tuesday!