A Note from Our Principal
Summer is in full swing and we are having a great time teaching and learning with our students! July is a busy and fun month at Xplor Timberland, and we can’t wait to tell you all about it. This month we are celebrating Independence Day and campers are jumping into action, playing games, exploring nature, being creative, and participating in other fun summer-themed activities. We will also be holding our summer initiative “Kids Help Communities” starting July 20th, 2020. This is a fun way for our students to help the community in a way that will make them feel empowered, helpful, and proud that they’re doing good for others. We hope you will take part in this event to help teach the importance of helping others. We will be sending out more info about this initiative in an email to each parent very soon.
Independence Day Celebrations
Each classroom will be making an instrument for our Independence Day Parade. Please send your child to school in red, white and blue on July 1st for the Independence Day parade. We will share lots of photos in Links 2 Home!
Please let us know in advance if you are planning on using your vacation credit to ensure that your account is not charged incorrectly. Thank you!
Summer Camp Reminders
You should have received a copy of our summer calendar listing all upcoming activities and events. Changes will be communicated through Links 2 Home. Campers should arrive at school wearing their camp t-shirt/swimwear with sunscreen already applied as directed, we will reapply as needed throughout the day.
July 1st—Independence Day parade at 10:00 AM.
July 1st Water Wars-School age Only
July 3rd—CLOSED FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY
July 9th-Toddler/Beginner Splash Day
July 10th-Intermediate and Pre-K Splash Day
July 15th-Bring your Bike to School Day
July 17th Water Wars-School age Only
July 20th—Start of our “Kids help Communities” initiative.
July 21st-Tie dye Shoes
July 30th-Toddler and Beginner Splash Day
July 30th– Water Wars-School age Only
July 31st-Intermediate and Pre-K Splash Day
July 31st—Parent folders go home