Susanna Wesley News & Updates

SWNS News and Updates

We are back from Spring Break and are hopeful that warmer weather will stick around.

Studio B stopped by and captured lots of smiles with class pictures!  Our teachers also went to “school” as we had a trainer from 4C’s teach us about transitions and how to ease the students from one activity to another.  This is difficult for many young children as they want to keep doing what they are doing.

We will have our last library visit of the year at Alexandrian Public Library.   The students love to go there for story time as we stop at Imagination Station before returning to school. 

Tuesday, April 17th, is our Terrific Tuesday fundraiser.  This is a wonderful opportunity to welcome some of our young SWNS families and invite them to worship with us.  Andy White and the SWNS Board will be fixing boneless pork chops with stuffing as well as side dishes and desserts.  Many of the SWNS staff members will be here to serve you.  What a wonderful chance to let them know they are appreciated for their service to this ministry. Please come out and mingle with us as we dine together!

Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held soon.  These provide a way to watch the growth of the children over
the past 9 months and to see how best to help a child to become an independent learner.

Mesker Park Zoo docents will bring a few small animals to us.  This is a way to teach children animal appreciation and to see and learn about some unusual creatures in God’s kingdom.  He truly is a wonderful and creative God!

Please keep this ministry in prayer as we finish out this year and enroll students for the upcoming year!  We are blessed to be supported by this church.                                 


Check out the many cute pictures on our Facebook page – Susanna Wesley Nursery School.  There are new pictures daily!

heart  ITEM TO DONATE - Thank you for the many donations you have made throughout the year!

 laugh Thank you for keeping this ministry and these young families in your prayers.
Michelle Wheaton, Director