St. James Preschool community is made up of fun and engaging people, who like to provide opportunities to get together and enjoy each others’ company. Here are just some of the many organized social events.
Park playdates and picnics
Weekend playdates are hosted four times a year by volunteer parents at a local playground. The whole school is invited for coffee, bagels, light refreshments, and free play. At the end of every school year, families meet-up at a beach-side picnic spot for a blow-out potluck with lawn games and grilled food. One of the highlights of the year that even alums like to attend.
Special community events
From bike-to-school days to outdoor movie nights, St. James families love to find ways to bring families together, strengthen bonds, and share common interests. Every year there is something different, like a visit to a family friendly winery, a guided tour of the botanical gardens, or an overnight camping trip.
Cocktail parties and parents night out
At the beginning of every year, a parent from each class hosts their fellow classroom parents, teachers, and the director for a cocktail/dinner party. It’s a great way to get to know each other outside of school. Every few months there is an evening where just moms, dads, or parents get together for an evening out. Usually held at a local bar, restaurant, or family home, the nights provide a great chance for parents to catch up.