October 2021 Newsletter

St. Henry Creative Learning Center

October 2021 Newsletter

     October Birthdays

      No October birthdays!


     Special Events / Important Dates

-       Saturday, October 2nd from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM: Metal and Electronics Recycling Drive

        We will be collecting: vehicles, machinery, lawn equipment, appliances, office equipment, electronics, and batteries to be recycled through Power Recycling. Please bring items to the lower parking lot behind the center and we will take it from there.

   * Items that will NOT be accepted include: paper, glass, plastic, cardboard, or tires.

-         Friday, October 8th is Orange Day! Have your child wear something orange!

-         Friday, October 29th will be our Fall Festival/Halloween Party! Feel free to wear your Halloween costume (or some Halloween-related clothing)!

   * Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, parents cannot come to participate/observe. However, we plan on taking LOTS of pictures that will be posted on our Facebook page!


-       Thanks to TJ’s pizza fundraisers for the past two summers- we finally have two new water fountains!!!


-        As the cold weather approaches, it’s time to unpack the winter clothes and shoes. Please make sure to dress for the weather!

-        Any donations to the classroom (Kleenex boxes, baby wipes, etc.) would be greatly appreciated!



Well, time flies when you are having fun, so each classroom wanted to share a highlight of September!

        Cookie Monsters

o   “The Cookie Monsters enjoyed the apple festival. They like the apple hunt, fishing for apples, and the apple snacks.”

v       Counts

o   “September means back to school. We started learning our letters, shapes, and colors. We had a fantastic apple festival, complete with a hayride from our own Mr. Jim and lots of games and prizes.”

v      Sunshines

o   “The Sunshine class had fun talking about and showing off pictures of their pets during pets week. We learned about so many different types of pets, including: dogs, cats, fish, birds, snakes, lizards, turtles, guinea pigs, hamsters, and rabbits. The kids even painted and decorated their own pet rocks!”