Letter to TBP Parents

Dear TBP Parents,

The school year has officially commenced and we are so excited about the new things that we plan to implement over the next few months and all the possibilities that await. As we continue our journey here at Tiny Babe’s Playhouse, “Building Leaders of Tomorrow,” we want to make sure that we are including all of you in our efforts to further Tiny Babe’s Playhouse‘s success, so we formed a Parent Committee. These are parents who are passionate about the success of Tiny Babe’s Playhouse and operate in the area they are most passionate about.

The Parent Committee is the facilitator for fundraising and extra curricular activities here at Tiny Babe’s Playhouse to maximize the success of our children, our bond, and unit as one family and as a business. Through their own efforts, TBP’s Parent Committee members have made major contributions over the last year and we are so grateful to them and to their examples of excellence.

Pressing forward into such an awesome year, we will kick it off with Fall Picture Day on October 15. All students are required to be in uniform. The assigned uniform for Picture Day is Formal #1. Please reference Policies/Uniform Dress Code on our website for details or contact Tia Boyer. Parents with small children, please order your sweater vest immediately, as it will take 2 to 4 weeks for delivery.

Other exciting things you can expect within the next few weeks is one of our annual fundraisers, Family Night, a Pirate themed birthday celebration for Morgyn Young (2yrs old) & Ellisyn Fickenscher (4yrs old) on October 3,  our Nursery Rhyme Costume Party on October 31, and our fun-filled annual Christmas Party on December 19.

We invite all parents who are interested in sharing their ideas on how we can make this year amazing to please do so. We welcome your suggestions.

As we enter this school year, there will be other opportunities for parents to become more involved, so stay tuned for more information. Until then, see you at The Playhouse.


Owner & Director