A fun fall awaits at Grey Nun Academy in Yardley
As summer winds downI drey Nun AcademyI the only privateI Catholic blementary School in Bucks CountyI is looking forward to fall and the fresh new school year that lays ahead. ln Sept. 5I the teachers and staff at drey Nun Academy will welcome studentsI as the school embarks on its 49th year.
This fall dNA will also be welcoming their youngest sWuGHQWs HYHr wiWK WKH firsW class of mre-h 3 students arriving! Flexible full or halfday classes are being offered for children who have turned 3 on or before September 1st. fn a caring and trusting atmosphereI the mre-h 3 students will focus on making the transition from school to home. By fostering creativity and stimulating their natural inquiring spiritI dNA will enable these students to grow to their full potential. There are a few more openings in this new class. Any parents interested should contact the school. dNA’s students will be pleasantly surprised by the 30 new imads that will be ready to enhance their learning in new and exciting ways.
mreparations are also under way for dNA’s 2012 fantastic hids’ Community Fun Day on SaturdayI lct. 13 (rain or shine). The event will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.I on the school grounds at 1T50 nuarry ooadI Yardley. This IuQ-fiOOHG GDy wiOO iQFOuGH ridesI games and activities for the entire family! drey Nun Academy invites the community to come and experience a wonderful day with your family and experience the dNA cooperative spirit in action. Tours of the school will be available as well.
Do you think your child would do well in this childcenteredI family-oriented community? Then come attend one of drey Nun Academy’s upcoming fall lpen House eventsI happening on SundayI lct. 21 from 12 to 2 p.m.; tednesdayI lct. 24 from 9 to 11 a.m. or tednesdayI Nov. T from 9 to 11 a.m. For more information about the schoolI or any of our fall eventsI call 215-9S84151 or visit our website at www. gnaedu.org.