A Child’s Garden Snack Menu June 28-July 2
|Monday, June 28||Tuesday, June 29||Wednesday, June 30||Thursday, July 1|
Friday, July 2
Milk/Soy & Granola Bars
Fig Bars for I/T
|Graham Crackers with Nut Butter
No Craisins for I/T
Salami & Tomatoes
Boiled Eggs & Snap Pea Crisps
Coconut Rolls & Yogurt
May 25 Last Day of School – 1:00 Dismissal
June 1 Summer Session Begins
As I sit down to write the final edition of the Garden News for this school year, I am
overwhelmed with thankfulness for the opportunity to be at the helm of this
wonderful school and to work with this incredible staff. I am also thankful for you, our
community. Together, despite the
Covid-19 pandemic and all the challenges that came along with it, we encouraged
your child to learn and grow in a loving and safe environment. Your children
have thrived at a time when many others have withered, and we are proud to say
that we made a positive difference during this historic time. We hope you all feel
For those of you whose child is moving on to Kindergarten, or whose children are not
returning to ACG in the fall, we wish you and your family nothing but the best.
We will miss seeing you each day here in the “Garden”. Please remember that our
alumni are important to us, and we want to know what great accomplishments your
children achieve, so we ask you to keep in touch via our Facebook page, or by joining
us for our 50th Anniversary Celebration in the Fall. We will keep you informed as it is our hope
to hold a long overdue community event in October.
For those of you who will be returning in the fall, we hope you enjoy the summer and
remind you to check your email periodically for important updates and for your
welcome letter in July. This letter will
include vital information regarding health and safety updates, beginning of the
year festivities, what to expect for Open Classroom days, and when class lists
will be posted. Summer Session starts on
Tuesday, June 1st, and the 2021/2022 school year begins on Wednesday,
August 11th. We look forward to seeing
Pictures: Photo packets will be delivered on Monday.
Summer Session: letters will be sent out today. Please check your email as it has important information about pickup/drop off and classroom placement.Thank you!
Please put sunscreen on your children each day before they come to school and dress them in layers. Our weather continually changes, and we always go outside to play. Thank you!
school is Tuesday, May 25th and all children will be dismissed at 1:00.
Wheels Museum is a 501(c)3 organization in the Albuquerque Rail Yards dedicated to collecting, preserving, and creating educational exhibits about the history of transportation in Albuquerque and New Mexico with emphasis on the impact on the development of the area. Our collections embrace the history of the railroads, the impact of the rail yards on Albuquerque, as well as automobiles, horse and wagon, and other modes of transportation.
Wheels Museum is now open Monday – Thursday from 9 am to 12 pm and by appointment. Note: As museum hours are subject to change without notification and may be different during special events, please call (505) 243-6269 prior to your visit.
Wheels Museum is located on the site of the historic Santa Fe Railroad Shops in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico. Built-in1914, the Albuquerque shops serviced steam locomotives operating on the Santa Fe Railroad.
American International Rattlesnake Museum
Monday – Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 1pm-5pm
Phone: 505-242-6569 Website: www.rattlesnacks.com
This museum houses the world’s largest collection of different species of live rattlesnakes and aims to correct common reptilian misconceptions.
If you shop at Smith’s, and are not signed up for this program, please register on-line at www.smithscommunityrewards.com.
Thank you for participating! You can keep submitting Box Tops throughout the summer and help raise funds for ACG.
Have a happy and healthy summer.