Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Preschool Open House Night

Believe it or not, it is time to register Lauren for preschool. We went to the preschool open house at West Shore Elementary School. They had both preschool teachers there, the classrooms were open and they had a circus theme. It was fun but completely overwhelming. There were so many people there! I was told they always have a waiting list but they have yet to turn away any 3 year olds! Relief! I can't wait for her to go to school in the fall!

Being who I am, I had my camera stuffed in my purse to take a few shots. The other parents looked at me like I was a leaper but I am pretty sure they were just jealous they didn't think of it!

Here is West Shore Elementary. I use to teach her for awhile! I really like it. The teachers are great and our neighbor Ethan goes there, too!

One of the classrooms had a loft with dolls. Lauren was in heaven. I don't know which teacher had this room but that is the room I want Lauren to be in. If I ever have a class of my own, I am putting a loft in it. So much fun!!! There was a coloring station below it.

Lilly had a good time, too. Keith walked her around to the different stations to do activities but she preferred the book circle.

Lauren climbing down from the loft.

I don't know which one of us is more excited for Lauren to go to school... Lauren or me!!!


Debbie said...

Grandma Frank would be really proud of you for having your camera! You know that's a tradition in our family - to always have a camera with you - you never know when it comes in handy - like running into Red Wings when you least expect it (I'm not really stalking). Cute pictures. Looks like great fun. It's hard to believe that Lauren is old enough - but she is.

Aunt Angela said...

Yes, Grandma Frank would be proud. Those are pictures you will need for scrapbooks and you never know when you will need one. I wish I had more from when Flynn was that age. You can never have too many. I agree the loft is a great idea and I am going to tell Flynn's teacher about it. Love, AA