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1 Dear Parents, We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and thank you for enrolling your child in We have a very exciting program planned for your child. The following information outlines our program, the first day of camp, arrival and departure procedures, optional lunch service, and much more. Forms Reminder Please contact our campus office if you have any questions regarding required forms. Students will not be permitted to attend without the required forms on file. Optional Lunch Service Program Lunch orders may be placed now for students attending our full day program. Please go to (login not required) to locate the link to Choicelunch, our optional lunch service provider. The first-time user code is stratford. If you are not purchasing lunch, you will need to provide a lunch for your child if they are attending the full day program. Medication All prescription medications and over-the-counter products must be accompanied by written physician s instructions and must be in the original container with the child s name and appropriate information noted. In addition, parents are required to fill out a consent form to administer any medication. Please contact the school office for all required forms prior to the first day of camp. The school offices are open during the summer, so please feel free to drop off medication/over-the-counter products and the required paperwork the week prior to camp beginning. No Camp - Monday, July 4, 2016 There will be no camp on Monday, July 4 th in observance of Independence Day. Program Information Please see the pages below for information on the preschool and elementary program content, arrival and departure schedules, extended care, clothing, etc. We look forward to seeing you very soon! If you have any questions, please contact us by phone at (415) or by at Sincerely, Najmus Huda Preschool Principal Rachel Altreuter Elementary / Middle School Vice - Principal Terry Britt Elementary/Middle School Principal

2 Camp Socrates s Preschool Summer Program San Francisco Weekly themes will come to life each day as junior campers learn, explore, and engage in imaginative camp-style activities in science, engineering, physical education, literature, art, and music! We will share a weekly newsletter informing you of the exciting activities planned for the upcoming week. Please refer to the Parent Board in your child s classroom for the daily schedule. The First Day of Camp Monday, June 20 (Full Day 3 or 5 Days, 3 Day Half-Day and 5 Day Half-Day Students) and Tuesday, June 21 (2 Day Full or Half-Day Students) Class lists, as well as signs, will be posted around campus to direct you to your child s classroom. Your child s teacher will be anxiously awaiting your arrival beginning at 8:15 a.m. There will be a brief parent orientation in the multi-purpose room beginning at 8:45 a.m. to acquaint you with the many features of our exceptional Camp Socrates program. Arrival/ Departure Procedures: You are required to walk your child to class and sign them in and out each day using our secure Kinderlime electronic system. If your child attended the San Francisco campus during the 2015/2016 school year, you will continue to use the unique pin codes that have been assigned to you and to the adults you have authorized to frequently pick up your child. For students new to Stratford and those students who attended the 2015/2016 school year at another Stratford campus, we will unique pin codes for parents during the week prior to the start of Camp. If you require additional pin codes for other adults who frequently pick up your child, please ensure their names are listed on your child s emergency form and your request to We will then you their unique pin codes. During our parent orientation on the first day of camp, we will review the features of the Kinderlime system. Children are only released to parents and other authorized individuals listed on the emergency form. Please have appropriate identification with you at all times. Please contact the school office should you have any questions related to our sign in and out procedures. Morning Preschool/Pre-K Arrive: 8:15-8:30 Depart: 11:15-11:30 Full Day Preschool/Pre-K Arrive: 8:15-8:45 Depart: 3:30-3:45 Extended Care begins at 3:45 p.m. Students who are not registered for afternoon extended care will be brought to the office for late pick up. Late pick up fees are due when you arrive. Parking Lot Parking will be very limited, so please plan accordingly, and follow all instructions below. To assist with parking, we have 23 designated spaces in the church parking lot. These spaces can be easily identified with the Stratford School Reserved Parking signs. Once these spaces are filled, we must use street parking. As the church has daily mass and must have space in the parking lot for their parishioners, they have requested us to remind our parents that we may only use our Stratford designated parking spots. Both sides of De Montfort are school zoned from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to assist us with arrival and departure. Once our 23 parking lot spaces and De Montfort street parking are full, you will need to circle the neighborhood to find available street parking. Please drive slowly and cautiously, and remember to only use designated crosswalks to create a safe environment for all. Thank you for your help as we strive to be great neighbors! Nut Free Preschool and Pre-kindergarten Our preschool and pre-kindergarten classrooms are nut free. We have children who are highly allergic to nuts and tree nuts. In order to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible, we ask

3 that you be mindful of these allergies and pack lunches and snacks in compliance with our nut free policy. Preschool Comfort Kits We ask that each student bring a comfort kit on the first day of camp in case of an emergency. The following items should be placed in a freezer-size Ziploc bag, labeled with your child s name: one small bottled water; one small juice box (single serving); one protein bar (high energy food nut free); one family photo; one 5 X 7 card with name of parents, address, home number, work number, cell phone number, and address; one space blanket; and one small flashlight with new batteries. The comfort kits will be returned to the students the last day of the program. Nap Time For students attending our full day program, we will need you to bring a fitted crib sheet, blanket, and small pillow for their nap. Please be sure they are labeled with your child s name. Each Friday, bedding is to be brought home from camp to be cleaned and then returned on Monday. Dress for Summer We request that your child dress in comfortable clothes that you don t mind getting dirty, as we have many fun, messy projects planned. The children will be participating in outdoor activities each day, so they should wear comfortable sneakers (please, no sandals). Please prepare an extra change of clothing which should include pants/shorts, top, socks, and undergarments. Put the clothing in a zip-lock bag with your child s name written on the outside of the bag. This extra change of clothing will remain in the classroom throughout Camp Socrates and will be used as necessary. Please be sure all clothing is labeled with your child s name.

4 Camp Socrates s Elementary Program San Francisco Each day begins with an energizing camp gathering with songs, games, and team building activities! Morning sessions will engage the mind with creative and interactive reading, math, and writing activities that promote critical thinking skills. Afternoon sessions are packed with adventures in art, music, and hands-on science activities, plus a wide array of team sports and games. Please refer to the Parent Board in your child s classroom for the daily schedule. The First Day of Camp Monday, June 20 Class lists, as well as signs, will be posted around campus to direct you to your child s classroom. Your child s teacher will be anxiously awaiting your arrival beginning at 8:00 a.m. There will be a brief kindergarten parent orientation in the multi-purpose room beginning at 8:15 a.m. There will also be a brief 1 st through 5 th grade parent orientation in room 205. These orientations will acquaint you with the many features of our exceptional Camp Socrates program. Parking will be very limited so please plan accordingly. We appreciate your cooperation. Arrival Procedures On the first day of school, Monday, June 20, please pull up along the curb where you see the orange cones. We will unload elementary students from the cars and escort them to the elementary playground. You may then pull into a parking space, if you plan to attend our brief orientation meeting. Arrival starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 8:15 a.m. Departure Procedures Departure for half-day elementary students is between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and students are to be picked up from their classrooms. For all full day student departures, please pull up to the front of the school along the orange cones and wait in your vehicle. We will escort the students outside and assist them into the vehicles between 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Please do not park your car in front of the school and leave your vehicle there, as we must keep traffic flowing during departure times. Please drive slowly and cautiously, and remember to only use designated crosswalks to create a safe environment for all. When picking up your child, you will be asked to show identification or the Stratford visor card given to you during parent orientation, so please be sure to have it with you at all times. Extended care begins at 3:30 p.m. Students who are not registered for afternoon extended care will be brought to the office for late pick up. Late pick up fees are due when you arrive. Snacks and Heating of Lunches There is no lunch heating available for elementary, including kindergarten, students. Elementary students, including kindergarteners, should also bring at least 2 snacks to eat during their recess times. Parking Lot Parking will be very limited, so please plan accordingly, and follow all instructions below. To assist with parking, we have 23 designated spaces in the church parking lot. These spaces can be easily identified with the Stratford School Reserved Parking signs. Once these spaces are filled, we must use street parking. As the church has daily mass and must have space in the parking lot for their parishioners, they have requested us to remind our parents that we may only use our Stratford designated parking spots. Both sides of De Montfort are school zoned from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to assist us with arrival and departure. Once our 23 parking lot spaces and

5 De Montfort street parking are full, you will need to circle the neighborhood to find available street parking. Please drive slowly and cautiously, and remember to only use designated crosswalks to create a safe environment for all. Thank you for your help as we strive to be great neighbors! Elementary Comfort Kits We ask that each student bring a comfort kit on the first day of camp in case of an emergency. The following items should be placed in a freezer-size Ziploc bag, labeled with your child s name: one small bottled water; one small juice box (single serving); one protein bar (high energy food); one family photo; one 5 X 7 card with name of parents, address, home number, work number, cell phone number, and address; one space blanket or large plastic garbage bag; and one small flashlight with new batteries. The comfort kits will be returned to the students the last day of the program. Nut Free All elementary classrooms are nut free. We have children who are highly allergic to nuts and tree nuts. In order to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible, we ask that you be mindful of these allergies and pack lunches and snacks in compliance with our nut free policy. Elementary Extracurricular Clubs Information regarding elementary extracurricular clubs will be sent home during the first week of camp. Forms may also be obtained in the school office once camp has started. School Uniforms Are Not Required for Summer This is just a reminder that children do not wear uniforms during Camp Socrates. As they will be participating in outdoor activities, children should, however, wear comfortable sneakers (please, no open toe and open heel shoes or Crocs).

6 Stratford s Middle School Program San Francisco Middle School The Socrates Summer Enrichment program allows students to keep their academic skills sharp while enriching their previous knowledge. The morning Academic Enrichment program focuses on math and language arts development while the Socrates Lair afternoon program provides a variety of fun, hands-on experiences. In the afternoon, students from the full day and afternoon programs come together for feats of engineering, speech & debate, and friendly, competitive sports. All programs are interactive and provide opportunities for students to work with each other to promote peer support, collaboration, and lots of fun. Schedule: Speech & Debate Weeks 1-2 Feats of Engineering Weeks 3-4 Sports Weeks 1 4 The First Day of Camp Monday, June 20 Class lists, as well as signs, will be posted around campus to direct you to your child s classroom. Your child s teacher will be anxiously awaiting your arrival beginning at 8:00 a.m. There will be a brief parent orientation for middle school parents in the school office at 8:15 a.m. to acquaint you with the many features of our exceptional summer program. Parking will be very limited so please plan accordingly. We appreciate your cooperation. Arrival Procedures On the first day of school, Monday, June 20, please pull up along the curb where you see the orange cones. We will unload students from the cars and escort them to the playground. You may then pull into a parking space, if you plan to attend our brief orientation meeting. Arrival starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 8:15 a.m. Departure Procedures For all full day student departures, please pull up to the front of the school along the orange cones and wait in your vehicle. We will escort the students outside and assist them into the vehicles between 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Please do not park your car in front of the school and leave your vehicle there, as we must keep traffic flowing during departure times. Please drive slowly and cautiously, and remember to only use designated crosswalks to create a safe environment for all. When picking up your child, you will be asked to show identification or the Stratford visor card given to you during parent orientation, so please be sure to have it with you at all times. Extended care begins at 3:30 p.m. Students who are not registered for afternoon extended care will be brought to the office for late pick up. Late pick up fees are due when you arrive. Parking Lot Parking will be very limited, so please plan accordingly, and follow all instructions below. To assist with parking, we have 23 designated spaces in the church parking lot. These spaces can be easily identified with the Stratford School Reserved Parking signs. Once these spaces are filled, we must use street parking. As the church has daily mass and must have space in the parking lot for their parishioners, they have requested us to remind our parents that we may only use our Stratford designated parking spots. Both sides of De Montfort are school zoned from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. to assist us with arrival and departure. Once our 23 parking lot spaces and De Montfort street parking are full, you will need to circle the neighborhood to find available street parking. Please drive slowly and cautiously, and remember to only use designated crosswalks to create a safe environment for all. Thank you for your help as we strive to be great neighbors!

7 Middle School Comfort Kits We ask that each student bring a comfort kit on the first day of camp in case of an emergency. The following items should be placed in a freezer-size Ziploc bag, labeled with your child s name: one small bottled water; one small juice box (single serving); one protein bar (high energy food); one family photo; one 5 X 7 card with name of parents, address, home number, work number, cell phone number, and address; one space blanket or large plastic garbage bag; and one small flashlight with new batteries. The comfort kits will be returned to the students the last day of the program. Nut Free All middle school classrooms are nut free. We have children who are highly allergic to nuts and tree nuts. In order to keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible, we ask that you be mindful of these allergies and pack lunches and snacks in compliance with our nut free policy. School Uniforms Are Not Required for Summer This is just a reminder that children do not wear uniforms during the summer program. As they will be participating in outdoor activities, children should, however, wear comfortable sneakers, (please, no open toe or open heel shoes or Crocs).

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