NEWSLETTER, AUGUST 2019
Dear T.O.W. Families
I can hardly believe that it’s the end of Summer already. We had so much fun this year. We know the kids had fun with all the new projects and activities we did this summer as well.
It is with great enthusiasm that, the administrative team and staff extend a warm welcome back to our Time of Wonder Academy students who will be returning to our center fueled with summer rest and with excitement to begin a new year! We also welcome students who will be new to our Time of Wonder Academy family. Together, we as a school community will be making a huge difference in educational programs.
We are excited about the opportunity of yet again partnering with TOW parents and guardians to make the most of our students’ successful individual. Our staff will continue to work as a team to design classroom explorations that are truly meaningful and thought-provoking. We are confident that together we will put plans into action that will take our students to new levels of achievement. It is through our example that we will help your children realize their greatest potential!
Let’s work together make our children wondering every day. Curiosity is the secret to keep their minds active and developed.
In the days prior to our school start discuss with your child expectations for a successful year. Their preparedness is essential! I ask that every parent/guardian be attentive to the start time for school.
HAPPY REST OF THE SUMMER!
VPK starts Monday August 12th at 9:00 am. Please don’t forget to bring in school supplies and remember that this year we ask 3’s. 4’s and VPK children to wear Uniform:
TOW’s Polo shirts (for sale at the Office) and Khaki (VPK) or Navy Blue (3’s4’s) Pants.
August 9th: Last day of Summer. Be aware of changes in some of the Tuition’s rates.
August 12th: Hillsborough County 1st day of School. Don’t forget to let us know if your child will NOT attend the school one day in order to organize the picking up time. Unfortunately, we will charge a $10.00 fee if parents fail to inform us if the child will be absent from school.
An email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone call (813.886-9500) are good ways to inform us. Remember that the less time that we keep the children sitting in the van on the street, more secure they will be.