American Thanksgiving Day happens on the 4th Thursday in November. On this day, we commemorate the first American settlers celebrating the harvest and enjoying the abundance of fresh food during this time of the year. Traditionally, we reflect on that for which we are thankful and eat a large meal with family with the center of the meal focusing on turkey. Many American families also watch the Macy’s Day Parade that signals the opening of the shopping season for the holidays as well as the yearly football games played by Dallas and Detroit. But the day belongs to spending time with family, eating lots of yummy foods and making memories.
Our mission is to prepare each child to become increasingly independent, to maximize readiness for more formal school experiences, to encourage each child to become a life-long learner, and to engage the parents and guardians in their child’s educational experience.
Specifically, the Edison Township Preschool Program strives to: