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What your child needs to bring to school:

 PLEASE LABEL ALL ITEMS WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
To be Left in Cubby:

  • Complete change of seasonal clothing, including socks and underwear
  • Sweater or sweatshirt
  • Spare pair of shoes or sneakers (optional, but great to have if possible!)
  • Extra hat and pair of mittens for colder weather (if available)
  • Package of diapers and wipes (if applicable)

To Bring Daily:      

  • Lunch (if applicable)
  • Sneakers or closed shoes for the playground  - sandals, flip-flops, clogs or party shoes do not provide adequate protection. We’re happy to change a child’s shoes for outdoor play.
  • Appropriate seasonal outerwear – layers are great since the temperature during the day is variable. (We go outside daily, barring exceptional weather)
  • Raincoat and boots, in wet weather – we go for rain walks!
  • Jackets, snow pants, boots, hats, mittens are required in winter  - we love snow!

For Rest Box: (Full Day)        

  • Blanket
  • Two crib sheets (parents must wash one sheet weekly)
  • Quiet rest toy 


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FORMS
Sunscreen/Insect Repellent

You should apply sunscreen/insect repellent at home prior to arriving at school.  If you would like the TCW staff to re-apply sunscreen or insect repellent to your child during school you will need to complete the form below: 

Sunscreen-Insect Repellent Permission Form

Conference Forms

Fall Conference Letter
Spring Conference Letter


HEALTH RELATED ISSUES 

Sweating Out a Fever

Focus on Symptoms, Not Just the Number on the Thermometer!

"Some temperatures are cause for concern all by themselves. But going strictly by the numbers can be misleading, since people can react differently to the same infections. " For more information, click on the following link for the article posted in the Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, March 1, 2011 by Melinda Beck: 

Sweating out a Fever


Resources for Children and Grief

Resources for Children and Grief

What to do if your child has head lice

Head Lice Alert