The Kentucky Governor’s Office of Early Childhood is conducting a survey with parents or guardians of young children. The purpose of this survey is to learn more about the needs of Kentucky’s young children and their families. Your responses and the response of families within your community, will help Kentucky to develop a new early childhood strategic plan for the state. Please click on the link below to complete the survey.
Spring Fling Multicultural Night
March 21st 5:00 PM
Reminder: Family posters are due.
Please tell us about your family’s culture and traditions by creating a display poster using pictures, stories, etc. Be creative.
This is a great family bonding opportunity. Send these to school as soon as possible, so we can display them in our hallways.
If you have any questions, please contact the Preschool at 859-744-1722.
In support of our GRC Lady Cardinal basketball team, Clark County Preschool will have a non-instructional day tomorrow, March 15th. Teachers will be working half a day on conferences and home visits. Please go support our Lady Cards!
Lady Cards visit Preschool on their road to state.
Monday, March 18, 2019 at 5pm
Dinner will be served promptly at 5pm
A Toyota Born Learning Initiative
The Clark County Preschool would like to personally invite you to participate in our Toyota Born Learning event. You will gain valuable tips to improve the relationship, education, and well-being of your child. Dinner will be provided each night. Also, we will have special giveaways! We hope to see you there.
Sponsored by Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Kentucky
Fun things to do with your kiddos on a snow day!
1. Have a spa day!
Break out the facemasks and nail polish, it’s time for an at-home spa treatment! Don’t forget to relax in a nice hot bubble bath and some fuzzy socks to unwind after a long day of shoveling.
2. Binge watch shows/movies
Let’s put the Netflix vs. Hulu debate aside and curl up in a nice warm blanket and watch some wintery movies.
3. Bake yummy treats
Brownies, cookies, cakes, and more! The weather outside is frightful, but baked goods are delightful.
4. Listen to music
Spotify or Pandora has so many playlists for snowy days that are totally worth a listen. Whether it be holiday songs or just some relaxing tunes, the low temperatures will soon feel a bit more bearable.
No cuddle buddy? No problem! Get yourself a teddy bear or a furry friend and get ready to celebrate the snuggle weather in front of the fireplace.
6. Go sledding
Sledding is not just for kids, Y’all! Find the nearest snow-covered hill, grab some sleds (or improvise with garbage can lids), and have some fun!
7. Drink a warm beverage
Hot chocolate, tea, or coffee is sure to warm you up after a day of playing in the cold snow.
8. Read a book or write
Productivity doesn’t have to be all bad, you know. Maybe getting some free reading or creative writing will help pass some time while it’s too cold to go out, if you don’t have writer’s block that is!
9. Get Crafty!
Pinterest has plenty of options for some fun wintery crafts that are cost-free and made of items you can find around the house.
10. Play in the snow
Again, snowflake fun isn’t just for kids! Build a snowman or fort, practice making snow angels, or get ready to dodge some snowballs.
11. Play board games
Monopoly, Clue, Life, Candyland, or Trouble are just a few board games to eliminate boredom.
While the snowflakes are accumulating outside, there is fun to be had both indoors and out! Whether you like the freezing temperatures or not, there’s always fun to be had. Now go and enjoy the day off!
Monday, March 4th is a snow day. Please stay warm and safe.
We want to give a huge thank you to Kid’s Discovery Daycare for bringing Seussville to Clark County Preschool! Our students loved it.