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NCRC is not just a great place for your children - it's a wonderful place for our parents. You are integral to the community. After all, without NCRC parents, there would be no NCRC students!

OUR PARENTS COME TOGETHER FREQUENTLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR TO CELEBRATE THEIR CHILDREN TOGETHER

Classroom visits

Downtown lunches

Committee volunteers

Traditions & events


and so much more...



PARENT ASSOCIATION: PARTNERING TOGETHER


You are your child’s first teachers. You will always play an educational role in your child’s growth and development. That’s why we welcome your engagement as we partner together so that your child’s first school experience is both optimal and enjoyable.

As a current parent you are automatically a member of the Parent Association which offers so many meaningful ways to participate inside and outside the classroom - big or small - they make a difference.

We encourage you to hear from our PA President, explore volunteer opportunities and stay informed. [>>>]


READ TO THE CLASS


You are always welcome to coordinate with teachers to come in and share a book with the class or during library time.

You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child."

Dr. Seuss

SHARE TRADITIONS


Come in and teach the class about a special family or cultural tradition.


ATTEND AN EVENT


NCRC offers many events throughout the year. From Winter Celebration to downtown lunch discussions, to Fatherly Figure breakfasts, we have something for everyone!

I leave that event with renewed spirit. It is a good reminder that I'm not alone on this journey."

NCRC Parent


THIS WEEK'S CLASSROOM PEEK!


Dear Rainbow Families,

This week we learned about different landscapes as we prepare for our study of the desert. Since the Rainbows are auditory and visual learners, we posed the question “What is a landscape?” We looked at photos and identified different landscapes: mountains, oceans, forests, deserts, and rainforests. We wanted the Rainbows to make the cognitive connection between the question and the image. By the end of the week the Rainbows were using the new vocabulary in dramatic play, creating different landscapes with blocks, rocks and wood pieces.



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