SCHOOL SUPPLIES

We are excited to offer a new program that will help the school and make it easier for parents to get school supplies for next year. Yubbler.com has made the majority of our supply lists available for online purchasing. The best part is that Yubbler will donate 50% of the profits back to the school.

School supply lists are available for those who want to purchase supplies elsewhere as well as any additional items still needed.

Register for a coupon code:

What you need to do:
  • Find the supply list for your child’s grade by going to this link
  • Click on the purchase button (“Full List”) then enter your shipping and billing information.
  • You can customize your cart in checkout by removing or adding items (please note there are items at the bottom of each page that are not available through Yubbler and will need to be purchased separately)
  • You’re done!

When:
There is no deadline to purchase supplies. However, we recommend purchasing supplies as soon as possible to ensure your children are ready for the 1st day of school. 
If you have any questions, you can contact Yubbler at info@yubbler.com or send us a note.
SCHOOL SCHEDULE
Reminder - there is no school on Thursday due to Parent/Teacher Conferences, no school on Friday since it is a Teacher Work Day, and also no school on Monday due to Memorial Day. Enjoy your long weekend!
LOVE AND LOGIC TIP

One of the most common problems involves kids who eat like birds. I’m not talking about ravenous birds of prey or voracious vultures. I’m talking about little “chickadees,” pecking at “seeds” on their plates and scattering most of them to the floor.
 
Remember that you’re running a home… not a restaurant.
 
Don’t say, “Do you think this is Burger King? In this house you don’t get it your way.” Saying this is definitely not loving and logical.
 
I’m simply suggesting that you provide the same meal for everyone, don’t try too hard to make everyone happy all of the time, and reply to complaining with an empathetic, “I know. This is what’s for dinner.”
 
Remember that it’s your job to provide food, but it’s not your job to make them eat it.
           
Have you ever tried to force a child to eat? This is definitely a no-win proposition.
 
Love and Logic parents inform the kids, “Guys… lunch is served until 12:30. Just get what you need to keep you going.”
 
Remember that the only essential nutrient at a family meal is love.
           
When the kids complain, “We don’t like this. We’re not eating it,” reply sweetly, “That’s okay. You don’t have to. The only real reason for mealtimes is for us to love on each other. The food is extra stuff… optional... you don’t really need it.”
 
Remember that tummies are the best teachers.
 
Hope and pray they don’t eat. The road to wisdom is paved with mistakes.
 
Have a spot in the refrigerator for “Emergency Food.”
           
Every family Frigidaire, GE, LG, Amana, etcetera, should have an emergency food shelf, containing fruits, vegetables… and perhaps Spam. When the kids complain, “I’m starving,” answer with empathy, “Oh… that’s really sad. Fortunately, there’s plenty of free emergency food in the fridge.”
 
If they sneak non-emergency food, they can repay you for the cost.
 
My hope is that you enjoy meals and spend time focusing on love… not on fighting with your kids over what goes into their stomachs.
   
Dr. Charles Fay