Cindy Quay

KNOX — A statement in the February 2012 Knox Nursery School article referred to our “snow-starved winter,” and how different outdoor play time was without snow!  Frigid, bone-chilling, freezing, arctic cold — words being used to describe February 2015.  As for the outdoor play, it is almost nonexistent due to the frigid (there’s that w

As is the case each year at the Knox Nursery School, November and December fly by as quickly as Santa and his sleigh.

In November, we welcomed Megan Murphy to the teaching staff. Megan assists with the class of 3-year-olds on Mondays and Thursdays.

The snow banks are gone. The mud has all but disappeared and the grass is turning green but for the Knox Nursery School kids the most exciting part of all of this is that they can now play on all of the playground equipment!

“Old Man Winter” certainly had a frosty grip on us during January and February. Fortunately, the freezing temperatures, frequent snows, and a “bug named Stomach” did not interrupt the activity at the Knox Nursery School.

Our calendars will have turned to 2014 by the time you read this.  This means the 2013 holiday activities at the Knox Nursery School are but a memory.

KNOX — The Knox Nursery School is in full swing. Teachers Kim Conklin, Season Poole, and myself were ready when 27 children (14 three-year-olds and 13 four-year-olds) began their school year on Sept. 9 — one that is guaranteed to be an adventure!

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