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March 2021

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1
  • New Family Applications for 21-22 Due
  • Week #28
  • No Birches--Parent Teacher Conferences
2
  • NO Birches--Parent Teacher Conferences
  • FTCNS Parent/Caregiver Book Club
3
  • School closed - Teacher Inservice
4
  • No Birches--Parent Teacher Conferences
5
  • Last day for Dandelions Winter
6
7
8
  • Birches Spring Session Begins
  • Week #29
  • NO SCHOOL for Maples & Oaks--Parent Teacher Conferences
9
  • Sunflowers Spring/Tuesday session begins
  • NO SCHOOL for Maples & Oaks--Parent Teacher Conferences
10
  • Sunflowers Spring/Wednesday session begins
  • NO SCHOOL for Willows & Junipers--Parent Teacher Conferences
  • FTCNS Admissions Q & A via Zoom
11
  • NO SCHOOL for Willows & Junipers--Parent Teacher Conferences
12
13
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15
  • Week #30
  • March Board Meeting via Zoom
16
17
  • Evening Parent Teacher Conferences
18
19
  • Makeup/Extra Parent Teacher Conferences
20
21
22
23
  • FTCNS Admissions Q & A via Zoom
24
  • New Family Contract/Deposits for 21-22 Due
25
26
27
28
29
  • School closed - Spring Break
  • Week #32
30
  • School closed - Spring Break
31
  • School closed - Spring Break

What our parents have to say…

Families Together is more than just a school. . . It is a vibrant learning community. The teachers at Families Together are experts at creating a dynamic learning environment while also nurturing social skills, friendships and character qualities like kindness and respect.

The parent base is not only supportive, but actively engaged in classroom activities and committees that bolster the school's mission. Administrative communication is friendly, open and clear. We really appreciate the sliding-scale tuition and lottery-based enrollment, resulting in a diverse student population.

At Families Together our son is gently and joyfully challenged to explore new ideas. The "emergent curriculum" takes into consideration the students' interests and honors their natural sense of curiosity. Our son is also learning how to work with others, advocate for himself and peacefully work through peer-conflicts. But, best of all, he wakes up every day excited to go to school!