Spring 2021 Newsletter

Spring Newsletter

Spring 2021


Take home your child’s sheets and blanket on their last day of school each week, launder and bring back on Monday.

Also, please check HiMama everyday for fun activities and updates about your child all day long!

Please remember to include eating utensils with your child’s lunch/snack.

As the weather gets warmer, please bring your child in layers so they can take some off to cool down.

Upcoming Events

Pr-K Graduatio!: Wednesda, Jun 9t a 530p under th redwoo tre!

N Schoo: Noo dismissa Jun 10t an retur Jun 16!

Finally, most of the sta is f ully vaccinated aswell as a lot of parents too! It is great that we as a community can nally take this step toward putting Covid behind us! However,we still have to continue practicing safe, social distancing, wearing masks, washing our hands, and avoiding gatherings. Together, we can all do our part to get through this!

Celebrate Spring with Fruit Spring Rolls!

15 Rice Paper Wrappers


  • ●  5 Cups of fruits cut into matchsticks
  • ●  5 strawberries cut into slices (use any fruit you would like to show through the wrapper)
  • ●  1/3 Cup Hot Water
  • ●  Instructions
  • ●  Slice the strawberries (or fruit that you are using that will show through the wrapper)
  • ●  Cut the remaining fruit into matchsticks that are about 6 inches in length
  • ●  Pour the hot water into a plate, being caref ul not to splash.
  • ●  Place one rice paper wrapper into the hot water for 10 seconds. Make sure the entire wrapper gets wet.
  • ●  Place the wet wrapper on a plate or cutting board
  • ●  In the middle of the wrapper, place several slicesof fruit that you sliced in step #1
  • ●  Place the matchstick fruit on top of the fruit slices. Add as much or as little as you would like. The more you add, the thicker the roll will be.
  • ●  Fold one corner of the rice paper over the fruit. Tuck in the sides and continue rolling.
  • ●  Serve and Enjoy!
  • ●  Notes
  • ●  You will need a plate for this recipe. The plate should be as large as the rice paper wrapper.

To try painting with the rain you will need:

● :: some fairly thick paper, which can cope with getting wet (we’re using sheets torn from our art

● :: watercolor paints

● :: paint brushes
● :: a few pebbles, or similar, to hold your paper in

place ●::arainyday

Start by painting a design on your paper using your watercolor paints. You can make any design you like. You might like to place your paints very close together, or space them out – or try both and see what dierent eects you can create. Be generous with your watercolor paints, and keep them liquid, adding plenty of water to

blend the colors from your palette.Then quickly, while the watercolors are still wet, take your paper outside. Use some pebbles to hold your paper in place, especially if it’s windy.Then invite nature to join in. It’s pretty cool to collaborate with the rain! Watch as the rain drops change your picture, splattering your colors, making your paint spread and ow, perhaps blending one section of your art into another. Each piece will be unique, and you’ll never know how they will turn out until the rain has added its touch. Try it again with a dierent set of colors, or some dierent painted shapes, and see what you and the rain can create together.

Where Can You Travel if You’re Vaccinated?

Americans who have received a COVID-19 vaccine can travel with fewer restrictions. Here’s what to know.
By Mackenzie Roche
May 10, 2021

Can vaccinated people travel? This question has been top of mind for many Americans as millions receive the COVID-19 vaccine each day. After more than a year of social restrictions, canceled trips and postponed events, Americans are eager to start exploring again. But, of course, traveling should come second to safety.

Although health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise fully vaccinated people to refrain from international travel, there are still multiple countries open to these vaccinated people. (The CDC considers a person fully vaccinated two weeks after his or her final vaccine dose, no matter which brand of vaccine received.) Currently, the CDC recommends vaccines developed by Pfizer (two doses), Moderna (two doses) and Johnson & Johnson (one dose). Vaccines developed by AstraZeneca and Novavax are in Phase 3 clinical trials in the United States. Depending on the country you’re visiting, you’ll

need to supply documented proof of a vaccine (in the form of the record card you receive at your place of vaccination), as well as some additional information. This official documentation will typically allow you to bypass any testing or quarantine requirements.

Continued on https://travel.usnews.com/features/where-can-you-travel-if-youre-vaccinated

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