NEWS

Spring News
Welcome Spring!  It is great to have more sunshine, longer days, and warmer weather. Our students have grown so much over the past few months, physically, academically, and socially. As a staff this is what makes this time of year so special for us as well.  We appreciate all you have done and continue to do to support this growth and instill in your children a love of learning.

Teach your child how to be conscientious

Conscientiousness is a student’s ability to set and meet goals, make informed choices, and understand his responsibility to others. While this trait should naturally develop as your child grows, studies show there’s an easy activity that can hone it. And believe it or not, it’s schoolwork!

Here’s how to help your child strengthen conscientiousness with his assignments:

  • - Remind him not to rush. He should take his time and complete tasks carefully.
  • - Ask him to check his work. Once your child finishes an assignment, have him spend a few      minutes going back over it to confirm that his answers are correct.
  • - Cheer him on. Is that art project challenging your child? Has he had enough of that book report? Encourage him to keep at it and not give up! Conscientious students meet their obligations and deadlines even when the going gets tough.
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Reprinted with permission from the March 2021 issue of Parents make the difference!® (Elementary School Edition) newsletter. Copyright © 2021 The Parent Institute®, a division of PaperClip Media, Inc. Source: R. Göllner and others, “Is doing your homework associated with becoming more conscientious?” Journal of Research in Personality, Elsevier Inc.

Announcements

READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK
The ELC will be celebrating Read Across America Week from March 1st to March 5th.
Monday - 3/1
Kick Off Read Across America Week!
Wear red, white and black or even a Dr. Seuss Hat!
Tuesday - 3/2
Oh, the Places You'll Go!
Wear a college shirt or favorite vacation shirt. 
Wednesday - 3/3
Wacky Wednesday - Be Creative!
Remember to dress within school dress code.
Thursday - 3/4
Dress as your favorite book character!
You can dress like any book character - it does not have to be Dr. Seuss related (within school dress code).
Friday - 3/5
Wear your hair like a Who, do something funky with your doo!

SCHOOL REOPENING

For information about school plans, COVID-19, and superintendent messages, go to the School Reopening page here

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CHAMPIONS INFORMATION

The Hudson School District has partnered with Champions to provide before and after school care. Please see the attachments below for more information.
CHAMPIONS Hudson Flyer 9.3.pdf
RATE INFORMATION FOR HUDSON SCHOOL DISTRICT 2020.docx

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Welcome to the Early Learning Center. We are a child focused Pre-k through Grade 1 school whose philosophy is to do what is best for the children developmentally, emotionally, and academically. The Early Learning Center is designed to create a collegial setting that will foster a positive interest in learning, communication, cooperation and team activities among all members of the school community. Our goal is to foster a love of learning that the children will carry with them throughout their lives.


Mission Statement:

To educate and inspire the whole child to create a foundation for life-long learning.

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