YOU ARE THE KEY
TO YOUR STUDENT'S
Are Key to Student Success
At Adams Traditional Beginnings, parents play such a crucial role in the success of our students. Direct parent involvement includes tasks like checking student’s backpacks and communication folder for any projects and work sent home, along with daily teacher comments on your student’s day.
The partnership between parents and teachers makes our school a truly rewarding and positive environment for all.
Our parent partnership also includes an open-door policy where parental input is valued. Active involvement can also include volunteer opportunities available to fit anyone’s schedule, ranging from class party donations and participation, annual teacher appreciation week, attending preschool programs, to volunteering in your child’s classroom.
We look forward to meeting and working with each new family as they join the ATB family. Your involvement is vital to the success of your child, and we thank you for your participation!
QUICK LINKS FOR PARENTS
Monday - Friday
Full Day Preschool 8:15am – 3:15 pm
Half Day Preschool 8:15 am – 11:15 am or
Half Day Preschool 12:15 pm – 3:15 pm
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