Monday September 17, 2018
Snack: Pita Chips, carrots, cucumbers and hummus
Project: Sculpey clay building, with Marisa
Rec: GAGA Ball, With Logan
Music: Create your own song, With Jake
STEM: Lego structures, With Ted
Dearest LEAP parents-
We hope you had a great summer and we are so excited to be starting a new school year with you. Due to the excessive heat warning that has been issued, LEAP will be postponing its opening day from Wednesday August 29 to Thursday August 30.
With the heat index hitting 105 degrees, we need to ensure the safety and comfort of everyone. The LEAP facilities are not equipped with air conditioning and we feel this is the best option to keep the students safe.
Thank you for understanding and we can’t wait to see you all this Thursday August 30!
Have you registered for LEAP yet? The school year will be here before we know it!
We are extending our Early Bird Special through July! Register before August 1st and get 50% off your annual registration fee. Head over to the Forms and Handbook Page to download your registration form today!
This year we got to experience some amazing things, like special visits from the Discovery Museum in Acton, Curious Creatures, and Drone Pilot Joe! LEAP had cool theme days like Dr. Suess Day, and Pokemon Day, as well as fun CLUBS, a Color Wars Competition, and more! We also took LEAPers on incredible field trips such as apple picking at Honey Pot Orchard, roller skating at Roller Kingdom, and jumping around at Jump On In! LEAP is super lucky to have a wonderful community surrounding it to participate in events like the COA winter sing-along, Technology day where the big kids were able to help seniors with their tech needs, visiting DeCordova museum, and let’s not forget Drumlin Farm, a wonderful nature sanctuary right here in town. But all of our Fun Nights and Wednesday activities are just the icing on “Kristen’s Cookies” compared to the incredible and educational activities the teachers plan for LEAP students every single day. This year we were so excited to introduce STEM as one of the daily choices, and we hope the kids enjoyed these experiments as much as the teachers did!