Dear TLC Families ,
We hope this message finds you well. You may or may not have used our developmental screening tool before, the Ages and Stages Questionnaire 3 and the Ages and Stages Questionnaire Social and Emotional 2. We use the ASQ and the ASQ/SE2 to track your child’s development. A letter including more in-depth information about this screening tool is attached to this email. Please go to both links below at your earliest convenience and enter in your child’s information (the links appear to be very similar but the questionnaires themselves are different so be sure to enter your information at both sites). Please complete your child’s questionnaire(s) by November 19.
We will also be offering parent/ teacher conferences based on ASQ results in December.
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 22nd- closed
Friday following Thanksgiving, Friday November 23rd- closed
Christmas Day, Tuesday December 25th-closed
New Year's Day, Tuesday January 1st-open
In-service Day, Monday March 25th-closed
Memorial Day, Monday May 27th- open
In-service Day, Wednesday June 5th - closed
Independence Day, Thursday July 4th- open
In-Service Day, Friday August 30th - closed
Labor Day, Monday September 2nd - open
August 30th In-service day, school closed
August 31st, TLC BBQ for Families and Staff
October 19th, 8th Annual Wit and Wine Fundraiser
TLC will be closed on Friday, July 13th. Please make other arrangements for care on this date.
Please make note that Timberline Learning Center will be open on March 16th. The training needs of our staff cannot be fulfilled by attending the Rocky Mountain Early Childhood Conference in Denver.
Please complete your child's ASQ-3 and ASQ/SE-2 by Monday, November 20!
Don't Forget...there are 2 different screenings.
Thank you to all of you who were able to attend our parent night! We are excited to continue on our journey as a Reggio Inspired School and invite you to explore STEAM concepts along with us this year.
The questions that we will use to influence and guide curriculum this year will be:
How do children naturally explore S.T.E.A.M. concepts?
How do or can we cultivate the wonder of learning through this lens?