Each class has an opportunity weekly in the library to listen to books chosen by the librarian or teacher associated with a classroom theme. Books are also available in the classroom based on the theme of the month. Children have the opportunity of check out a book weekly from our diverse collection of fiction and non-fiction books.
Our school library, continues to expand for student and teacher use.
REMINDER: Your child must return the book in order to check out another one.
ChapelMeets on Monday and Thursday in the church sanctuary. Bible stories are told at an age appropriate level followed by a prayer and bible song (also known as hymns). We study
|Fall Term:||Old Testament characters and stories|
|Winter Term:||Jesus′ stories|
|Spring Term:||New Testament characters and stories|
Music and the Brain curriculum is taught weekly to the Preschool class. Musical concepts are introduced at an age–appropriate level. The goal is for students to become familiar with musical concepts and reinforce strong listening skills. More information can be found at http://www.musicandthebrain.org/
The Elementary School class uses the God Made Music curriculum. This curriculum expands on Music and the Brain and includes teaching the students to play the piano. More information can be found at: http://www.praisehymninc.com/god_made_music
Once a term the students perform for parents, staff, and other students to show their achievements.
Nutritious lunches from home are requested to be high in vegetables and fruit.
Refrigeration and microwaves are not available for use so insulated lunch boxes and thermoses are helpful. Please take care to chop lunch items to an appropriate size for your child’s age.
Hot Lunches are available from Cezar’s Kitchen at St. Maur International School and can be ordered for your child at the office on an occasional or regular basis. Menus are posted at school.
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The purpose of snack time at the School is to enjoy food with classmates, to learn to eat without fussiness, to learn table manners and other basic eating habits, to experience a variety of taste by eating fruits and vegetables in season, and to supplement the needed nutrition.
The Preschool snacks are fruits, vegetable, and dry snack. The Elementary class is dry snack only.