“It’s time to get up, it’s time to get going, Go Kids Go!”
Monday mornings can be difficult to get children out of bed, especially if there have been late nights on the weekend. Sleep is an important aspect to a good health. Research shows that a consistent sleep and wake times (including weekends) can benefit children’s performance in the classroom by increasing their focus and their capacity to learn new material. Plus, they will feel better! So how much sleep do we need? The chart below are the recommended sleep hours for children up to 18 years of age.
To fall asleep faster try these: allow 1 hour to get ready for bed, no technology or screens 1 hour before bedtime, keep the house quiet (no arguing or fighting) and choose a good book to help you relax.
Sharing is caring. The Preschool would like to thank you for your generous donations of toothbrushes and toothpaste for children that need a little support. Mrs. Carol Cavanaugh will be overseeing the distribution of those items.
The DAIS Student Council would like to thank everyone for their help, support, participation and encouragement – all of which were necessary to make the Fall Festival a success.
The Student Council would particularly like to thank the MS room mothers, Diana Ivanov and Pam Sterling for taking the lead, and to Tracy Eaton and Jo Rava for providing the historical memory of past festivals. Also, a big thank you to all the parents and community members who came out to help decorate and clean up the gym after the fun!
The MS students worked hard on preparing their games this year and really wanted to have some new games for the little kids. From what I saw and heard everybody had fun.
The end result was that the Student Council raised 107400 Tenge for the charities that they have decided to sponsor this year, specifically Operation Smile and the World Wildlife Fund.