Happy Fall Y'all!

What a beautiful season we have enjoyed to date! We are very thankful we have been able to continue running, to be growing our relationships with all the Stars, and families and to do what we are passionate about. Thank you all for choosing Little Star whether for Pre-K, play school, or out of school care, we strive to provide your child with the best program we can run.

As temperatures begin to cool off and we need more outerwear, I want to remind you to label every little peice of clothing including boots so we can do our best to ensure your Star keeps track of all their stuff.

You have all been Rockstars in helping us carry out the Covid rules and keep everyone as safe as possible. We will need to continue to work together to modify our procedures to work with winter and appreciate any and all feedback and ideas you may have.

Reminder that children must keep all personal toys/devices at home.

Make sure you read the newsletter for your Stars program and keep communication with staff regarding absences.

Please donate to the local Foodbank through us if you are able as we work together to help those in our community that may be struggling. Charity reciepts will be given for monetary donations $20.00 and over.

Your continued support of our programs is very appreciated and we hope you all enjoy a fabulous Fall!

Biggest Hugs~Miss Becki

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