|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on November 2, 2016 at 12:50 AM||comments (9)|
We ask all students to please bring the following item by the first day of school:
2 glue sticks made by Avery or Elmer's please
1 bottle of glue
1 package of colored markers (Crayola)
****Additional supplies are broken down by classes:
If you are in the 2's class please also bring:
1 package of large garbage bags 13 gallon preferably with drawstring
Eraser sponges for cleaning
1 package of cheap paper plates ( large)
If you are in the 3's class please also bring:
1 roll of duct tape colored
1 package of paper plates small (families with last names A - P)
1 box of medium zip lock bags (families with last names Q - Z)
Sanitizing wipes ( any brand)
If you are in the 4's class please also bring the following:
1 container of NON antibacterial soap refill
1 package of 500 count copy paper
1 box of large zip lock bags
Other supplies needed:
Packaged non-perishable snack items
Any kind of stickers
White construction paper
Teacher WISH list
1 set oil pastels
Cotton kitchen towels
Thanks in advance for providing these supplies for your children.
Remember all donations are tax deductible.
Please let us know if you have any questions
Sincerely, The Darcy Read Preschool Board.
|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on February 9, 2015 at 4:40 PM||comments (1)|
We are now take shirt orders. Orders are due 4/20/2015. Please fill out the form by clicking on the link.
|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on October 3, 2014 at 3:30 AM||comments (0)|
Thomasson Family Farm 38223 236th Ave SE
Enumclaw, WA 98022
October 14th at 10am
$6.00 per child
There will be lots to do. Bring lunch or money to buy food and/or souvenirs at their shops.
We encourage you to carpool or join the convoy.
|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on August 6, 2014 at 1:10 AM||comments (0)|
First day of school is fast approaching and we want you to be prepared. It has come to our attention that back to school sales are in progress and school supplies are plentiful and cheap. In order to take advantage of this, we are sending along your school supply list ( It would normally come with your orientation materials.)
School supply List
We ask ALL students to please bring the following item by the first day of school:
● 2 glue sticks
● 1 bottle of glue
● 1 binder for their scrapbook to be done during the year by parent
● additional supplies are broken down by classes:
If you are in the 18-24 year old class please also bring:
● 1 box of ziplock style bags
● 1 package of disinfectant wipes
If you are in the 2’s class please also bring:
● 1 box of ziplock style bags (Large)
● 1 bottle of hand soap
● 1 package of cheap paper plates small or Large size
If you are in the three’s class please also bring:
● 1 roll of duck tape colored
● 1 bottle of dish soap for washing snack dishes
● 1 package of cheap paper bowls
If you are in the 4’s class please also bring:
● 1 can of shaving crea
● 1 package of 500 count copy paper
● 2 dish sponges for washing dishes and cleanup
Finally if you can’t get enough of the backtoschool shopping, we are asking for donations of packaged nonperishable snack items, paper towels, cotton balls, and kind of stickers, 1 booster seat(to help with any unforeseen problems transporting children(used is great). Please let us know if you have any questions. Thanks in advance for providing these supplies for your children. Remember all donations are tax deductable.
Sincerely, The Board Members of the DRMCP
|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on May 17, 2014 at 4:40 AM||comments (0)|
We want to remind any of you returning for 2014-2015 school year that we are still in need of board members. If you are interested in any of the positions please let any of the teachers know, even message us here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just in case you were curious what board positions we have in our school here they are: president, vice-president/job coordinator, treasurer, secretary, membership/publicity coordinator, one class representatives per class. If any of these positions interest you or would like more description of job duties please let us know.
|Posted by darcyreadpreschool on October 16, 2013 at 1:20 PM||comments (0)|
Tuesday October 8th was your typical Washington morning; cold, foggy and a forecast of nothing but rain. However, a tremendous amount of our Darcy Read Memorial Preschool parents and students bared the weather, bundled up and strapped on their rain boots for our annual trip to the Thomasson Family Farm. We gathered up at the entrance to the farm just before ten am and were greeted by one of the farm’s owner’s- Mrs. Thomasson. She welcomed us and explained the variety of activities we would enjoy; first up was the Hay Ride.
The farm attendants occupied the children with a fun song; “This is a hammer, this is a nail. When this tractor’s moving keep you pants nailed to a bail.” The farm’s fields were very muddy from the rain so they drove the kids in a figure eight around the parking lot. The children loved the ride but were ready to attack the main event: The great pumpkin search. The farm was expecting many field trip groups that day and they had prepared by lining up a bunch of preschooler sized pumpkin in front of a row of flags for the children to select from. It was run to see how each child made their selection. Some children picked up the first pumpkin that made them crack a smile and were ready to move on to the next activity while others hustled away from the group as far as they could before making their pumpkin selections.
While the children refueled with some chocolate milks, the farm assistants talked about how they grow the pumpkins from seeds, discussed the different colors and types of pumpkin seeds their farm uses and also how they recycle their unsold pumpkins.
The next sets of activities were also a big hit. First; the kids waited in line and took their turn on the Tractor Train. When they were done enjoying the Tractor Train ride, they were free to play on the farm’s one of a kind play ground. The playground included such a variety of activities that every child found something they enjoyed. The playground area included a two story playhouse, a bubble wand station, a tractor, a cow milking station, slides and wooden animals. The playground was a fabulous place for the children to use their imaginations and explore safely.
Up next was the Corn Kernal Pit. Think of a ball pit made of hay barrels filled with corn kernals. There were a few kids who went in and came right back out because the texture wasn’t appealing to them. However, the fast majority of the children jumped and wiggled around with grins upon their faces. After the Corn Kernal Pit we enjoyed a Hay Maze. The hey maze was defiantly age appropriate for our preschoolers. Being inside a barn in a large open space allowed the children to yell and run around.
The final activity at the Thomasson farm for the day was an all around crowd pleaser; a petting zoo. The farm had a few kittens, sweep, baby pigs, bunnies and a sleeping donkey.
Our group left the farm around noon. We made it through all of the activities before the Washington skies opened up dropping rain, sleet and hail on our way home. The field trip was a complete success because of the fabulous staff at the Thomasson Family Farm and because of our wonderful co-op families. The children and adults alike had a memorable experience.
*see the photo gallery for pictures of the trip*