Personal Belongings

Spaces have been designated upstairs for the storage of personal belongings of Early Childhood students and student classroom aides. Please do not bring your belongings (such as coats, bags, or backpacks) in the classrooms, unless specifically asked to do so by the classroom teacher. Any students who will be going outside during their time in the classroom should bring their jacket to the classroom and ask the staff for an appropriate place to keep it.

The Center is not responsible for the loss or theft of any personal items. Please be sure to store your belongings carefully.

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