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Xplor September Newsletter 2021

Xplor of Corinth September 2021 Newsletter

A Note from Our Principal,

Thank you so much for wearing your mask when entering the building. You are the Best. The children safety is our priority …so thank you again.

The children are doing so well in their new classrooms.  They are eager to learn and explore their new environment.

  • Side note:  Please  be sure to walk your child(ren) to their classrooms daily to make sure there is nothing needed by the classroom teacher.


Marilyn Inghram-Williams M.S.Ed.


Change of Clothing

Please make your child has a complete change of clothing in the cubbies.

Parent Refer

Refer a family and after new family is with us for 90 days, you will receive and free week of tuition.

Naptime Gear

Please make sure you take home naptime  gear on Friday’s or last day attending for the week to wash for the next week

Hours of Operation

Please remember our hours of operation 6:30 am-6:30 pm. Please be sure to drop off and pick up your child(ren) between the above hours. Late pick-up fees are $1.00 per minute

Outside Food

Please No outside food due to high food allergies.


Important Dates:

9/14/2021 PJ Day…wear yours

9/16/2021 Crazy Sock Day…wear yours

9/22/2021 Favorite Book Day…bring yours

9/28/2021 Wear your favorite shoes

9/30/2021 Take home month end folder


Educational Article:

4 Children’s Books that Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15) recognizes and celebrates the positive impact and contributions of Hispanic Americans. In honor of this month, we’ve rounded up four children’s books that you can read together with your preschooler that explore the culture and traditions of the Hispanic community.

  • Mango, Abuela, and Me by Meg Medina

Mango, Abuela, and Me is a heartwarming story about a grandmother and granddaughter relationship. Mia’s grandmother comes to visit Mia and her family, but she doesn’t speak English. With help from a parrot, Mia and her grandmother teach each other their languages and get to know each other more.

  • Alma and How She Got Her Name by Juana Martinez-Neal

Names are an important part of our identify, but Alma Sofia Esperanza Jose Pura Candela thinks hers is too long. After speaking with her father about her long name, she learns the history behind it and grows proud of her ancestry. This book teaches children about self-esteem and what makes them unique and special.

  • I Love Saturdays y domingos by Alma Flor Ada

The little girl in this story has very exciting weekends. On Saturdays, she visits her Grandma and Grandpa who come from a European-American background. On Sundays, she visits her Abuelito and Abuelita who are Mexican American. Although the two sets of grandparents are different, the love for their granddaughter is the same.

  • What Can You Do with a Paleta? By Carmen Tafolla

The main character introduces readers to a paleta, a frozen, fruit-flavored treat, and all the fun things you can do with one. The vivid illustrations will keep your little one engaged as you read this book together. There is some Spanish used throughout, which helps children learn vocabulary while learning the importance of community and Hispanic heritage.

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