Friday will be the fourth Friday in the month and that means it is time for a fish fry at Clara Springs Camp. The camp said to please note the price increase to $15 for all the fish, fries, trimmings and great desert. This is due to increases in the cost of supplies. Come for the
Fellowship and fish cooked and served by Westside Baptist Church of Natchitoches.
Dr. Kristine Coreil, professor of horn at Northwestern State University, will give a solo recital on Tuesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public.
From Ginny Hines at the school board office: Just a few reminders for the week.
We are having a few problems with our students’ clothing. We do not like to limit what a child wears. We value individuality. But SAFETY OF OUR CHILDREN IS THE FIRST PRIORITY.
Please be aware that in the Student Handbook under dress code, crocs are not allowed. Many of our 3 year olds have begun wearing crocs daily. There are several reasons we do not allow them to be worn. They are bad for developing feet and walking habits. Children continuously take them off and play with them during class. They allow the child’s feet and socks to get wet when playing on the playground. These same rules apply to flip flops. They are not allowed.
Another area we are having concern with is hair. Although beads make our hair colorful and cute, they are a danger for our kids. Beads are coming loose and causing a choking hazard. Many of the children are chewing on them during centers and nap time. This is VERY DANGEROUS! Also, hair with beads hanging in the front of the face is a distraction and can cause eye damage. Children tend to watch and tract the beads as they swing, leading to focusing problems. We are not forbidding beads but ask that you take these points into consideration.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Christy Suggs to discuss it.
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