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HVP February 2020

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Page 26 of 39 n Hudson Valley Parent 27 Experience the Dutchess Day Difference Preschool through eighth grade Traditional learning in an innovative environment Our busing districts include: Arlington, Dover, Hopewell Junction, Hyde Park, Millbrook, Pine Plains, Rhinebeck, and Webutuck. For more information, please contact: Christine Whiting, Director of Admissions: 415 Route 343 . Millbrook, NY 12594 Phone: 845.677.5014 Dutchess Day School • A happy, safe and caring environment encouraging a child's physical, creaŸve, and intellectual growth • Serving children of all abiliŸes • Early and aLer care hours available Kathy Masloski, Director 845-883-5151 20 Park Lane, Highland, NY 12528 845-293-5600 228 Ward Street, Montgomery, NY 12549 AN INTEGRATED PRESCHOOL PROGRAM Learning Together, where children explore the world the way they learn best, through play! specialty ones take place in class- rooms, and parents need to decide if their child can handle that. Basically, Nordstrom said parents to know what is happening, and discuss the camp activities, schedule, and structure with their child so you are all aware and happy with what he or she will be doing. Demographic dynamics. Flexibility, acceptance, and an open mind can result in long-lasting summer friendships and the fond memories, some of the best parts of a camper's experience. With that, Nordstrom said parents should be sure that their children are aware that they may have to make new friends in their group because indi- vidual friend requests cannot always be accommodated. "Prepare your child to interact ap- propriately and respectfully towards other campers who may be differ- ent from themselves and/or their friends," said Nordstrom. Jill Valentino is a wife, mom of two, elementary educator, and lifelong resident of the Hudson Val- ley. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Medium @ doublesmom77. Laura Nordstrom of Kingston, a former youth development director and mother of two, said when choosing a summer camp for your kids, consider their interests, plan ahead, and have reasonable expectations.

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