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February News

Winter Weather Advisory
Enchanted Care will close only if Delaware County is at a Level 3 Snow Emergency. There will be announcements on Channel 6 and 28 as well as most major radio stations and the Enchanted Care Websites.

Upcoming Calendar Reminders:

  • Monday February 2nd Little Caesar Pizza Orders Due
  • Friday, February 13th – Valentine parties from 9:30-11
  • Friday February 13th Parents Night Out – plan your Valentine celebration! 6:00-9:00pm
  • Monday, February 16th – Enchanted Care CLOSED Teacher In-service day
  • Enchanted Care Art Show with Kids Campus – February 26th from 5:30-7:00

Valentine Parties
Valentine Classroom parties will be Friday, February 13th from 9:30-11:00. Students are welcome to bring in valentine cards to share but PLEASE NO CANDY- Each class will have special activities planned!!

Professional Development Day
Enchanted Care will be having the first of 2 Professional Development Days in 2015 on Monday, February 16th; therefore our school will be closed. The teachers will spend the day reviewing our Links to Learning curriculum, learning new classroom management techniques and working together to improve as a team. The second Professional Development Day will take place in November 2015.

Enchanted Care Family Art Night
Mark your calendars for a fun Art filled event February 26th 5:30-7:00pm. Students in the Intermediate, Pre-k and Kindergarten Classes will be displaying wonderful art projects and during the event everyone can participate in some fun interactive art. Hope to see your there!

Enchanted Care Kindergarten Registration
Register Now and Reserve your Kindergarten spot. For more information Contact Katie Organ @ 740-548-8116 or katie.organ@nlcinc.com

Tuition Notes
Reminder tuition is due the first day your child attends. Payments received after Wednesday evening are considered late and your account will be charged a $25 late fee.

Withdrawal/Extended Leave of Absence/Change of Schedule Policy 
You must give us four weeks’ notice in writing prior to withdrawing your child from the school. If you wish to return after withdrawing your child, space is not guaranteed and you must pay a new registration fee $85.00 and deposit applicable to new enrollees. You must also give us four weeks’ notice prior to reducing your child’s attendance schedule and two weeks’ notice prior to increasing your child’s attendance schedule.

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Important Safety Reminder
Your child’s safety is one of our main concerns so we are asking that you partner with us to ensure the safety of all the children in our school. Please make sure that you are not allowing other parents to “piggyback” through the front door. Each family should use their individual code. BE SAFE Do Not Leave Children In Vehicles! Please remember, YOU ARE NOT PERMITTED TO LEAVE YOUR OTHER CHILDREN UNATTENDED IN YOUR CAR WHILE DROPPING OFF or PICKING UP! We have still noticed some families that aren’t bringing all of their children in with them. We will be asking you to bring in all children if we notice siblings are being left in the vehicle without an adult. Please turn off your vehicle,lock the doors and keep all valuables out of sight.

Parent Referrals
Want to take advantage of our parent referral program and receive FREE TUITION? Pick up a referral form at our front desk. Be sure to tell your friends, family and neighbors! We have Open House dates every month.

From Our Education Department

Learning About the Uses and Benefits of Technology

Children today have many opportunities to interact with technology for entertainment value and learning. Most often we think of children using computer technology, including handheld devices loaded with games, books, music and movies. In moderation, these devices can aid in children’s learning and development.

Within our academic curriculum, we involve children in activities and reflection on ways that technology can improve our understanding of the world around us, help us do our jobs, and make the world a better place. We help children see how the understanding of science and math moves technology forward, and that someday they too might create new and improved ways to do things.

Below are a few ways that we integrate technology in our classrooms and some ideas to try at home.


In the classroom: Beginning in our Intermediate program, students learn common technology vocabulary, such as mouse, keyboard and email. Students also explore the double meaning of verbs that describe online and offline activities, such as “tapping” and “surfing”.

At home: Dot. by Randi Zuckerberg is a great book to read with your child to continue the learning at home. Dot, the main character, is a tech savvy little girl who leaves her electronic devices at home while she taps, swipes and shares in the real world.


In the classroom: Teachers encourage our older preschoolers to use technology as a tool to express themselves. For example, students use a camera to take photos of seasonal changes outdoors and write what they observed in their journal. This activity promotes creativity and provides a fun opportunity to practice writing skills.

At home: Allow your child to explore his world using digital photography tools. Ask him to describe his photos and explain why he chose those objects or locations to photograph. Encourage him to use descriptive language and emotion vocabulary.

In summary, we provide numerous opportunities for children to explore technology in our classrooms. Through these activities, children become excited to use technology educationally, and are better prepared to use technology in elementary school and beyond.

– Lauren Starnes, PhD- Director of Early Childhood Education

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