07/05 Backwards Day
07/12 Water Play Day
07/17 Library Visit
07/19 Silly Feet Day
07/26 Water Play Day
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06/02 Alyvia S. 07/22 Aleksander D.
06/04 Ethan M. 07/23 Arianna R.
07/15 Madison B. 07/23 Astrid H..
07/15 Erasmus C. 07/27 Melissa H.
Once again we are all beginning to think about hurricane season. If we need to evacuate the center due to power outages or other emergencies, CDRC needs current phone numbers for all parents. Please let us know if your numbers have changed and make adjustments on the sign-in sheets and front office. In case of an emergency, we will take these sheets with us as our means of contacting you.
Now that warm weather is here, it's tick season again in Florida. Ticks can carry Lyme Disease which has tripled nationwide since 1993. Lyme Disease begins with a bull's eye shaped rash and vague, flu-like symptons. Without treatment, Lyme can progress with potentially disabling effects, like severe arthritis, fatigue, numbness in the hands or feet and neurological problems. Caught early, the Lyme bacteria usually can be wiped out with antibiotics. But many cases go undetected for years because people, though sick, often don't know they've been bitten by a tick or don't develop the tell-tale rash. To reduce your chances of a tick bite:
Bear's Teacher Jayne De La Rosa
Dolphin's Teacher Roberta Neilly
Cardinal's Teacher Mahreen Mian
Floating Lead Teacher Anjum Naeem
Manatee's Teacher Nancy Winckler-Zuniga
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