Lice Detected in School 3/2.
A case of head lice has been detected in school. Anyone can get head lice... mainly through direct head-to-head contact but also from sharing hats, brushes and other personal items. Please help us prevent the spread of this communicable condition by checking your child(ren) daily for the next few weeks, and on a regular basis thereafter. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at email@example.com.
Summer Camp Enrollment is Open!
We have 5 weeks of camp planned this summer, each week with a different theme! Camp is designed for children ages 5-11. Reserve your space now before it fills up!
Space Still Available in Parent/Child Classes!
Join Miss Yvonne for Parent/Child classes! If you know any families with toddlers or young children, let them know about our parent/child classes!
Upcoming Events of Interest
March 5, 4 pm - Carnival of the Animals at St. Paul's Methodist Church (corner of Court and Aurora Streets in Ithaca). This is a free, kid-friendly concert, including an animal guessing-game!
March 10, 8 pm - Simone Shaheen's Zafir at Bailey Hall, Cornell University campus. Adults $25-35, students $17 Flamenco and Middle-Eastern music and dancing. The program renews a relationship that began more than a thousand years ago; it reveals the commonalities of a music born in cultural centers of Iraq and Syria, blew like the wind (zafir) across the waters of the Mediterranean to Al-Andalus, blended with elements of Spanish music, and was brought back across the sea to North Africa where it flourished in the cities of Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.
Undoing Racism Workshop, a signature workshop facilitated by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, is taking place in Ithaca, NY April 6 – 8th. While PISB Undoing Racism Workshops typically cost $350 per person (plus there are additional costs including space rental, snacks and meals), at this time, we are inviting registration via google form at a sliding scale. If you have any questions or would like to learn more please contact Rafa Aponte, director of the Ithaca Youth Farm.