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C. Honey Buzz - November 2016

A newsletter from Honey Tree Early Childhood Center, a nonprofit Preschool & Kindergarten sponsored by and an outreach program of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.  Worship Services are at 8:15, 9:45 & 11:00 A.M. Sunday School during 9:45 informal, family service.  All are welcome!

NOVEMBER THEMES

During November our curriculum activities will focus on Woodland animals, Families and Thanksgiving.  Our Christian theme will focus on thankfulness and helping children develop an awareness of all that God has given them.


 

HOLIDAY FUNDRAISER SEES CANDY   

Our Honey Tree fall fundraiser this year will be See’s Candy. Order forms will be sent out the first week of November. The orders will be due by Tuesday, Nov. 15th   for delivery right after Thanksgiving!

 

CHAPEL TIMES

Monday, November 9th at 11:30 & 12:30

Tuesday, November 10th at 11:30 

 

NOVEMBER HOLIDAYS                                

School will be closed on Friday, November 11 due to Veteran’s Day. Honey Tree will also be closed on Monday, November 21st thru Friday, November 25th for Thanksgiving Recess.

 

 

PLANNING AHEAD FOR CHRISTMAS

This year all of our Pre-K, T/K, and Kindergarten classes will have their Christmas program together.  Mrs. Randolph’s 5 day morning and afternoon classes, Mrs. Mason’s two and three day classes, Mrs. Wright’s three day class, and Mrs. Riedel’s T/K and Kindergarten class will have their program in the evening. The Christmas singing program will be on Thursday, December 15th at 6:00 P.M.  After the program everyone is invited to the Fellowship Hall for cookies and hot chocolate.


 

HONEY TREE WEBSITE

Not sure about a date or what’s happening here at Honey Tree? Check our Website, myhoneytree.com for our calendar of events. We also post this newsletter under, “Communication.”

 

Honey Tree Thanks You!

The faculty would like to thank all the parents of our Honey Tree children for sharing them with us.   We feel blessed with the opportunity to spend the year with them and to watch them grow.