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January 2024 Newsletter

January Newsletter

A Note from Our Principal


Dear Families,

I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and a very happy new year. Thank you so much for your generosity last month. Our teachers, administrative team, and I truly appreciate all the thoughtfulness and care we received. We also thank you for your participation in our holiday giving initiative. Because of your contributions, we were able to donate 420 lbs of non-perishable food to Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank along with 3 boxes of personal hygiene items. 



Forozan Zamani


Priority Re-Enrollment

It may be only January, but it’s time to start planning for the fall! There has been an overwhelming demand for our January Open House, so we want to make sure you secure your child’s spot for next school year. Priority re-enrollment will run from Feb 5 – March 1. More information will be sent via email.


Open House / Family Referral Bonus 

Do you know a colleague who has recently had a baby, a friend in need of care who just relocated to the area, or a family member who is seeking a new preschool for their child? Invite them to our Open House on January 20. When you refer a friend and they enroll, you’re eligible for a free week of tuition. Ask us for details!

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

We explore diversity and inclusion all year and have many lessons planned this month to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. We’ll be reading books, making arts and crafts, discussing the importance of acceptance and belonging, and much more.


Important Dates

Tuesday, January 9th   Fire Drill

Monday, January 15th Martin Luther King Jr. Day (school closed for all ages)

Friday, January 19th National Popcorn Day

Saturday, January 20th Open House (Refer a Friend!)

January 22nd– January 26th Scholastic Book Fair

Wednesday, January 31st National Hot Chocolate Day


New On Our Blog 

This month we’re sharing simple ways to support your child’s independence at home. We can’t think of a better New Year’s Resolution! 

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