EMDC (RRPS Staff Only)

Contact Us:

Bryn Livingston, Coordinator                                          
(505) 892-7735 ext. 515 (office)                        
email: bryn.livingston@rrps.net                      
Lindsay Mount, Assistant Coordinator            
email: lindsay.mount@rrps.net

Infant Room: ext. 560
Toddler Room: ext. 301
Preschool Room: ext. 562
Pre-K Room: ext. 561

Welcome back! We hope you had a great holiday season with friends and family. All the children are settling in nicely after a long winter break.

Just a reminder, that if we experience a two-hour delay, EMDC will open at 8:30 am and close at our usual 5:15 pm. Notification of this is usually made by 5:30 am via phone or television.          

Please be sure your child comes to school with a warm, heavy coat.  The children still play outside when it's cold.  We also take the babies outside too, weather permitting, so please bring a winter coat for them as well.  We also ask that you check your child's extra clothing and make certain it's suitable for colder weather. Please label your child's belongings with their initials.  Also, because it is so cold and dry, you may want to bring in lotion or cream for your child. Please let me or the classroom teachers know, so that it can be added to the non-prescription topical ointment consent form you signed at the beginning of the year.

Library is every Monday.  Please remember to return your child's library books by Friday of each week.

Ms. Suzette will continue to volunteer on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00-2:00 and Ms. Solana on Thursdays from 3:00-5:00. They are here to help and support the teachers, and engage with the children by reading, playing, and singing.

Thank you for all you do, and for helping make Enchanted Mesa what it is!

I'm always happy to help.  Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.


January Classroom News

Infants - Ms. Sam, Ms. Deb & Ms. Dani:   

We'll continue to work on signs like please, thank you and more. Throughout the day we put your babies down for tummy time to encourage motor skills, blow bubbles to work on coordination, play games, read, sing and listen to music.

January Activities: Animal footprints

Toddlers - Ms. Heatherlyn, Ms. Yolanda, Ms. Heather & Ms. Melissa:  

January activities include salt paintings, hand print cardinals and water color hats.


Nursery Rhyme:
 Humpty, Dumpty

Preschool - Ms. Amelia & Ms. Tricia (floater):

A note from Ms. Amelia;
This month I'm planning a "winter theme".  We'll be doing a lot of hands on activities, such as painting and play dough.  My main focus will be getting to know and learn about your child, personally, as well as their developing skills.  I would like for the children to get to know me too, and I look forward to getting to know all the parents as well.

Show & Tell:  Every Thursday

Nursery Rhyme:
Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star 

Pre-K - Ms. Anna & Ms. Nicole:

January will begin with a transportation theme and end with a space theme. Projects will include an apple car, tissue tube race car and an airplane hand print. Space projects will include galaxy in a jar and a rocket ship.

Show & Tell:
The fourth Wednesday of each month (These will be themed, so please be sure to check the pre-k board for the theme of the month)

Nursery Rhyme: Mary Had A Little Lamb

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