Family of Christ


August Newsletter

Imprtant Dates:



CDC Teacher Installation



Labor Day all Programs Closed



Cookie Dough Fundraiser Begins



Fall Pictures 






Director's Corner:

 Dear Parents,
While the hot weather doesn't seem to agree, we are already moving into the fall season. The first few weeks after summer break have flown by and before we know it we will be looking at the end of the year. We had a wonderful summer over in the CDC with the children participating in lots of summer fun but it was nice to see all the old and new faces here for the school year. Thank you again for those that helped us raise funds at our golf tournament, we will be purchasing playground equipment for the children to enjoy. We hope that  all of our families are enjoying our new sign, we were blessed to be able to add that to the entrance and it represents our beautiful campus so well.  We have a lot of things coming up in the next few weeks including fall pictures, cookie dough fundraisers, and of course our exciting Character parade and Trick or Trunk. In addition, the teachers have been working hard planning some wonderful and exciting things for the children and we are all looking forward to the best year ever. As always I want to thank each of you for being a part of our program and for allowing us to be a part of your child's life, we feel very blessed to have your family with us and a part of our family 

Many Blessings,
Jill Hammond, CDC Director
Safety Reminder:
For the safety of our students, please drive slowly while on property.  

School Lunches:

August Lunch and Snack menus are available by using the links below. As always, hard copies are available in the front lobby. 


August Lunch Menu 



August Snack Menu




24 hour  sickness policy reminder:


Please remember that your child needs to be free of fever, diarrhea, vomiting and heavy congestion for  24 hours before returning to school.  


The mission of Family of Christ Child Development Center is to provide a superior Christian education for our students by assisting Christian families to help their children develop their individual gifts-academic, spiritual, social, and physical-in a manner that brings honor and glory to God.