Creating Summer Goals

While it seems like summer break just started, it won’t be long before school begins again, which makes this a good time to sit down with your kids to choose a few things they can accomplish before summer ends.

Summer’s Coming!

It’s May, which means that kindergarteners and 8th graders will be promoted, and students will all be making the transition from school to summer break.

Getting Through Summer Vacation

School’s out, the little tykes have been on vacation for a week, and they’re already bored. How are you going to make it to August? Here are some ideas on how parents and children can get through the summer and have a good time doing it just by planning fun things to do every day. It’s easier than you think.

It’s a Spring Fiesta!

On Cinco de Mayo, from 8:45 to 11:45 a.m., celebrate the season with food, games, and jumping castles. Students who pre-enroll for the upcoming school year will receive free admission and one free concession item!

Summer Food Service Program May 22-July 7

Besides giving kids a fun place to beat the summer heat with arts and crafts, games, activities, and more, the Summer Food Service Program at Liberty Phoenix will provide nutritious meals, from May 22 to July 7, so kids are healthy and ready to learn when they return to school in the fall. No registration or fees required, open to the public.

Helping Reluctant Readers

The development of good reading skills in early childhood is the best predictor of future academic and financial success. The earlier kids learn to read, the better. The challenge is, not to teach kids to read, but to create an environment where kids will learn to love reading.

Free, Fun Enrollment Event

On Thursday, March 16, during Parent-Teacher Conferences, we’ll be having our annual spring Enrollment Event from 1-3 p.m. Parents and students can enjoy free hot dogs, drinks, and jumping castles, while enrolling for the 2017-2018 school year.

Black History Month

February is Black History Month, the evolution of which has an interesting history of its own, and dates back to the end of the Civil War.

The Origins of St. Valentine’s Day

Each year, we give and receive cards on Valentine’s Day, and see the heart-shaped boxes of candy in stores, but where did these traditions come from? Who was Saint Valentine and why do we devote a day to him?