Academic Performance Requires Participation
Successful academic performance depends in part on parents who show a genuine interest in their child's education and participate in school programs. We invite parents to volunteer in the classrooms; it's one of the best ways for them to learn how their children interact with others. Parents may lead cooking projects or themed art projects, read to the children, or deliver curriculum related classroom presentations.
If you have other thoughts on how you'd like to contribute to our community, please let us know. Contact your child's teacher or call our director at (425) 868-1943 to explore how we can accommodate your idea.
Fall Social: A themed potluck, this fun gathering enables TLC families to get to know each other while enjoying foods from around the world.
Winter and Spring Concerts: The children work very hard under the guidance of their music teacher to prepare for these popular performances.
Spring Carnival: This fun event is a collaboration with parent volunteers to bring our community a day of games, delicious carnival delights and entertainment.
"Written language can be acquired more easily by children of four years than by those of six. While children of six usually need at least two years to learn how to write children of four years learn this second language within a few months."