It’s wonderful to start a new year with my SPP community! I look forward to watching our kids blossom more every day…and to working and socializing with you in the coming year! SharlaContinue Reading... Comments Off on Happy New Year!
Right now the world may seem like a scary and dark place. So whether or not your family formally celebrates Thanksgiving, it’s a great to day to practice finding and shining a spotlight on what’s good in your life and on this planet as a whole, because that’s the best way to support good things […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Happy Thanksgiving
Thanks to everyone who braved the rain and wind to attend and help out at our yard sale last week! Yard sale lovers found deals and a number of people finally cleared that space out in their garage – though I’m sure that yogurt maker will be sorely missed. Most importantly, we raised money for our […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT @ SPP’s YARD SALE
Here are some helpful resources to use when discussing the recent election results with your family. Huffington Post article Philly.com teachingnow.comContinue Reading... Comments Off on How to talk with your children about the election results
Here is a oldie but goodie for parents. https://www.parentmap.com/article/giving-back-30-organizations-that-offer-help-during-the-holidaysContinue Reading... Comments Off on The holidays are here…how can we give back?
Seattle’s Progressive Preschool’s (SPP) annual MULTI-FAMILY School Yard Sale is on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the MLK FAME Building in beautiful Madison Valley. We will be bursting at the seams with quality items in SPP’s second annual School Yard Sale. HUGE SELECTION! DATE: SATURDAY – NOVEMBER 12 TIME: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on School Yard Sale – November 12, 2016
I once was a cucumber… And now I’m a pickle! In addition, I’m Amanda, the mother of Bowie and the Sprouts Class Representative. I’m a working mom and last year I had a database of my top 15 choices in preschools in the city. I searched far and wide in looking for what might be […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hey everyone! If you haven’t heard, Ashlee is home on medical leave. If you have the opportunity and would like to help, please sign up for her meal train to get them through this difficult time. Also, please let us know if any circumstances come up for you as we would love to come together […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A quarter of our class was out sick today, but not Teacher Sarah! We’ve learned her secret and it’s really simple. Whenever she feels a cold coming on, she doses up on Wellness and is in perfect health within two days. It’s worth looking into. Also… If you HAPPEN to be shopping on Amazon, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tis the season! We spoke to Grace, our Green Mission Coordinator about some gift ideas for this holiday. A few things to consider as you are looking for a gift for your loved ones: Parents spend on average about $300/ yr per child and about $850 as a family. Most of that spending is on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.