The Day School celebrated Christmas with meaningful chapel lessons, a wonderful music program by our 3 year olds, a beautifully done Lessons and Carols service by our 4 and 5 year olds, lots and lots of glitter, lights and elves, an array of Christmas attire, very creative Christmas crafts, more glitter, and sweet class parties organized by our moms. It has been a joyous time with our children!
Our wish for each of you is that you and your family have a meaningful, stress-free, Christ-centered Christmas. Think about these four things: worship fully, spend less, give more (of yourself), and love more. Don't worry about perfection, that's not what it is about. Remember, God's greatest expression of love came to us through the most human of all experiences, the birth of a child.
"For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." Luke 2:11
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Friday, December 13, 2013
Quick peanut and tree nut fee list
Potato Chips (not kettle)Pirate BootyCheese CurlsChick Fil A - They do use peanut oil to cook, but parents report because of the high heat during cooking their children with peanut allergies can eat the food.McDonalds and Wendy's nuggets are fine, tooDominoes CheeseGraham CrackersVanilla WafersRice Krispie Treats Blue WrapperBlow PopsSkittlesStarburstMarshmallowsVanilla Ice Cream cupsFruitString CheeseGogurtsCookies made at Magic Muffin (must request peanut and tree nut free) Publix - Special Requested tree nut and peanut free cupcakes
Blessings, Kathy Leaver