A few things to remember:
* Please be careful not to pack any food with peanuts or peanut butter, as a child who attends our co-op has a severe allergy to them.
* Please bring some table activities for your kids to do if they do not have a class as we do not as a group have things for them to do (we're really not supposed to use the church's toys).
* Please sign up for a volunteer slot if you haven't yet (either to help clean a room, babysit or even to plan some fun activities for our group to do)--an email will be sent out today and there will be a sheet of paper at the co-op on Friday that you can sign up on as well. We really need everyone's help to make our co-op a success and keep the church tidy--and we really don't want to overwork any one person. :)
* If you didn't get all of your forms or registration fee in, please be sure to bring it the first day of classes, Lisa Cassel and Kimberlee Gann will take them.
If you weren't able to make it to registration but would like to sign up still, many of the classes have openings. Under the Fall Class List tab, all of the classes that are available this fall are listed. There are a lot of fun and interesting looking classes! Each teacher lists the number of students and ages they will take for their class.
You can sign up for classes by emailing us at email@example.com, and then bring your tuition, registration fee and forms to the first class, on September 5th. Lisa and Kimberlee will take the registration fee which covers our building rental fee ($20 per family, though if you have one child in one class the fee is reduced to $10) and forms, and you can pay your tuition to the teacher. Please remember to check the Registration and Important Information tab, for the forms, and important info about our co-ops and policies.
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Also, Joshua Cassel (and mom), would like to say....
When: Wednesday, September 17th from 1:00-3:00
Where: Pioneers Park (by the playground)
What: A picnic for Teddy Bears (or soft and fuzzy Elephants or Cats or the like).
We will play games (build an obstacle course for the bears & friends to do),
make crafts (decorate placemats), and eat tiny food. We'd like every family who comes
to bring some tiny food to share with friends (PEANUT FREE), if you need ideas, we've
got a cookbook with tiny ideas that we can send you a recipe or two from.
Anything "teddy bear" sized will do.
We hope you can come and join in the fun!
RSVP: at email@example.com or text/call Lisa at 402-770-3552 (please let me know how many are coming so I can have enough craft supplies and table service for everyone)
P.S. Costumes for bears are encouraged but not required
(Josh loves to dress up his bear, and thought you might like to, too).