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Winter 2019 Please note important dates in January:

January 7 Karate begins for Threes

January 8 Karate begins for Fours/Pre-K

January 15 6:30 Parent Workshop “Parenting is the hardest job in the world”

January 21 School closed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 29 No Lunch Bunch/Staff Meeting

Green: Twos . Blue: Threes . Red: Fours/Pre-K . Purple: All classes . Grey: School closed

Green: Twos . Blue: Threes . Red: Fours/Pre-K . Purple: All classes . Grey: School closed

Winter 2019 Please refer to the calendar for February events.

 

Green: Twos . Blue: Threes . Red: Fours/Pre-K . Purple: All classes . Grey: No school

Green: Twos . Blue: Threes . Red: Fours/Pre-K . Purple: All classes . Grey: No school


December 2018 SMP offered Christmas Craft Camp for the first time this year! The children and teachers alike loved doing special projects. Below the children are decorating gingerbread houses, cookies and making festive wreaths.

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December 2018 Santa came to our Christmas Craft Camp! What a treat!

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December 2018 Everyone is getting ready for Christmas! The Twos love listening to Christmas stories at snack time. The Threes are busy making ginger bread people.

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The Fours and Fives are practicing their songs for the Christmas Sing on December 13 at 11:30. We hope that you can join us for the Sing and a party in Morrill Hall immediately after.




Friday June 3, 2016
It is with great excitement that we announce the appointment of Prisca Spitz as the next Director of St. Mark’s Preschool, effective June 15, 2016.

Mrs Spitz has superior credentials, and we believe she will be a great leader of our school. She has worked in administrative and teaching capacities with preschool, elementary, and middle school students for twenty-three years. Mrs Spitz's educational philosophy aligns fully with the warm, nurturing, play-based environment at SMP, where we raise up the whole child–mind, body, and soul. She believes that children thrive in an environment with trusting and caring relationships between school and home. Gentle boundaries, thoughtful routines, and caring adults all create a nurturing program for young learners.

Mrs Spitz graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in General Studies from the University of Connecticut. In addition, she has an Associate of Arts degree from Bard College at Simons Rock and holds both a Certificate in Non-Profit Leadership and a Master of Science degree in Business Leadership from Manhattanville College.



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