July Event Guidelines

Dear Niles Parents,

This July is the month to celebrate with pride, independence and pageantry with our children.  During cultural studies, the children continue to learn about the human body and how it works. Our teachers have prepared educational games and activities that are intertwined with our summer curriculum.  Included in the summer curriculum is community helpers.  The children will study the roles and responsibilities of our community helpers. They will also go over what tools they use to do their work and how these tools are used when needed.  We salute all community helpers for serving us and attending to our needs. Thank you parent volunteers for sharing your knowledge with our children. Please speak to your child’s teacher if you would like to schedule a class presentation.

July 4: Independence Day:  No School: This July the children will learn the history of independence and how it is celebrated by many people across the nation.  The children will be making Fourth of July wands, cards and many other projects and games to celebrate Independence Day.

July 18: Tuesday, Fire Drill: Practicing disaster drills is very important for the children to practice what to do in case there is an emergency while they are at school.

July 21: Parent Appreciation Day: Parents and guardians play varied roles to the lives of our children.  We at Niles warmly greet all parents and guardians for bringing their children to our school.  The children will make cards for their parents or guardians for this special day.

July 23: Parent’s Day, Sunday: Happy Parents’ Day to all parents and guardians.

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