Principal Newsletter 2.25.21

 

Parent Teacher Conferences (Nursery-Grade 8)

The Second Trimester will conclude on Thursday, March 18th. Report Cards will be distributed on Wednesday, March 24th for students in Grades K-8. Parent Teacher Conferences will take place on Thursday, March 25th from 1-3 PM and again from 6-8 PM for all students (Grades Nursery-8) of OLMCA. Due to the continued current state of being socially distant, OLMCA’s Parent Teacher Conferences will be held securely via Zoom for the second trimester. As we get closer to the date, your child’s teacher will be emailing you a Calendly link to sign up for your child’s Report Card Conference time on Thursday, March 25th.   This will give you the opportunity to sign up for whichever time slot works best for you. 

 

There is a 12:30PM dismissal for all students. Conferences will be conducted from 1-3PM and 6-8PM.

Please note that accounts must be fully up to date for you to receive your child’s report card and meet your child’s teacher. We will be giving courtesy letters to families that are not fully up to date. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Alleva at dalleva@olmercyca.com or 718-793-2086.

Hot lunch will be served at 11:30 for all students. There will be extended Care from 12:30PM-6PM.

Re-registration

Priority registration for current students and their relatives began on Friday, January 22nd. Families must be current on this year’s tuition to register for next year. It is imperative that you return the form as soon as possible to ensure that your child has a seat for the 2021-2022 school year as spacing is limited due to social distancing and we have a wait list for several grades. All re-registration documents must be submitted by Friday, February 26th. If you need an additional form, please contact Ms. Hinkson at rhinkson@olmercyca.com.

Financial Aid

Financial aid applications for students in Grades K-8, who attend a Brooklyn or Queens School or Academy has begun. Once you have registered for next year, you can apply online for a Diocesan scholarship. Families who apply during the first round are the only ones eligible for the maximum scholarship. For more information, please visit: www.futuresineducation.org.

Scholarship Deadlines: New families: April 30, 2021

Blood Drive

On Sunday Feb. 28th from 8:45am to 2:45pm Our Lady of Mercy will be sponsoring a Blood Drive for the New York Blood Center. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the Metro area blood supply is at a critically low level.

As we enter the second week of Lent, please consider giving the Gift of Life as one part of your Lenten service to others. A blood donor is a special kind of volunteer. One donation of blood can help save up to three patients’ lives. The Blood Center provides blood services to hospitals throughout the area. We are fortunate to live in a region where sophisticated medical facilities and transplant programs are available. These programs require many blood donations. When there is not enough blood, patients wait for hours for the blood they need, delaying their recovery. Patients who are weak from low iron wait for red cells; patients whose bodies have been assaulted by chemotherapy wait for platelets that will allow their blood to clot again. Patients who have been on an organ transplant list for months or years and finally get an opportunity for an organ will lose that opportunity if there is no blood.

The donation procedure is simple and safe. Masks are required to be worn by all workers and donors. Social distancing will be practiced and there will be sanitizer available.  This year, in order to keep everyone (donors and Blood Center workers) safe and maintain social distancing, it is requested that all donors have an appointment for the Blood Drive. Appointments can be made by going to the New York Blood Center web site (www.nybloodcenter.org) or calling 1-800-933-BLOOD (2566). Walk-ins will be accommodated only if safe practices can be maintained. You can donate if you are between the ages of 16 and 75 (16 year olds must have parental consent. Consent form is available at www.nybloodcenter.org).

Please bring your donor ID card or Donor ID number (if you have one) and a photo ID. Prior to donating, please eat a good meal and drink plenty of fluids.   

Parking Hazards

We are asking for your help during drop off and pickup. There has been an increase in illegal parking and many of our neighbors have called to complain. Safety is our number one priority at OLMCA and we do not want to see any of our students hurt, or worse.

What can you do to help?

Please Do Not: 

  • Double park
  • Block driveways of our neighbors
  • Park in no parking zones 
  • Block crosswalks
  • Block school entrances 
  • Honk your horn repeatedly
  • Drive aggressively 
  • Drive fast

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. Your input is always appreciated and we would love to hear any feedback from the parents. Thank you for keeping the area around OLMCA safe for our students.

 

Principal Newsletter 2.9.21

Happy Catholic Schools Week! We are off to a great start! We have collected so many canned good and the Food Pantry is so grateful for all your support. We are looking forward to a fun-filled week for our students and staff. Please read on for important reminders as look toward Winter Recess.

 

Winter Recess Travel

 

As we look forward to the Winter Recess many of us are making plans for the Winter Recess. Whether you’re visiting family members one state over or across the globe, travel makes up a huge part of the Winter Recess.  There’s always a risk of getting sick while traveling because of the inherent stress of traveling, interacting with frequently touched surfaces in public places, and changes in climate and environment. But this year brings different considerations because of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the New York State Travel Advisory.

Things to consider as we enjoy this time with Family.

NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory

The NYS COVID-19 travel advisory requires individuals who have traveled out of New York State to noncontiguous states for more than 24 hours to either quarantine for 10 days upon return to New York State or “Test to Exit” quarantine.

For travelers who were out-of-state for more than 24 hours:

  • Travelers must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.
  • The traveler must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
  • On day 4 of their quarantine, the traveler must obtain another COVID test. If both tests come back negative, the traveler may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn has expanded the International Travel Advisory to include all International Travel.

Full Information on the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory can be found at: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory

CDC Recommendations for Travel

Full Information on the CDC Recommendations for Holiday Celebrations and Travel can be found at   https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/travel-during-covid19.html

Please Note: As per the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) schools can implement safety and health protocols that go above the NYS DOHMH and NYC DOHMH required safety and health protocols.

 

 

 

 

Covid-19 On-site Testing Update

 

OLMCA has completed mandatory, on-site Covid-19 testing. Once a school has completed two consecutive weeks of testing and the positivity rate of the school is lower than the local community positivity rate the school is no longer required to conduct the required weekly testing. A lower school positivity rate is sufficient to demonstrate that the school is not a source of the spread of COVID-19. Schools that the school positivity rate is higher than the local community are required to continue to conduct the weekly testing until the school positivity rate is lower than the local community positivity rate. The local community rate is listed on the NYS Daily Survey so the school can check the school positivity rate to the local community positivity rate to determine when the school is no longer required to conduct the weekly testing. We thank all of the parents for their continued support and if anything is to change, we will let you know.

 

 

Re-registration

 

Priority registration for current students and their relatives began on Friday, January 22nd. Families must be current on this year’s tuition to register for next year. It is imperative that you return the form as soon as possible to ensure that your child has a seat for the 2021-2022 school year as spacing is limited due to social distancing and we have a wait list for several grades. All re-registration documents must be submitted by Friday, February 26th. If you are in need of an additional form, please contact Ms. Hinkson at rhinkson@olmeryca.com.

Financial Aid

Financial aid applications for students in Grades K-8, who attend a Brooklyn or Queens School or Academy has begun. Once you have registered for next year, you can apply online for a Diocesan scholarship. Families who apply during the first round are the only ones eligible for the maximum scholarship. For more information, please visit: www.futuresineducation.org.

Scholarship Deadlines

  • New families: April 30, 2021

World’s Finest Chocolate Sale (Nursery, K-8)

 

Our school has begun our only mandatory fundraiser for 2020-21. We will be selling World’s Finest Chocolate Products – delicious chocolates that have been sold for years by schools and organizations. One taste will tell you where they got their name, and you are sure to find people in your neighborhood who have been World’s Finest fans for years. The Chocolate Sale concludes on Wednesday, February 10th. If you would like an additional box, please contact Mrs. Alleva at dalleva@olmercyca.com.

 

Save the Date

 

  • Catholic School Week… Monday, February 8th – Friday, February 12th
  • Friday, February 12…12:30PM dismissal and No Extended Care
  • Monday, February 15th– Friday, February 19th…Midwinter Recess

OLMCA’s Service Day

The first day of Catholic Schools Week is Service Day! The Our Lady of Mercy Food Pantry is dedicated to serving the needs of the underprivileged in Forest Hills.

OLMCA will participate in a Service Learning Project. During the day, students All students are asked to dress down in their grade’s color for $1.00 and bring in a canned or boxed good to support the OLM Food Pantry. The Food Pantry is most in need of:

  • Spam
  • Canned Chicken
  • Canned fruit
  • Beef stew
  • Beans
  • Parmalot milk
  • Spices
  • Salt and pepper

Principal Newsletter 2.3.21

Re-registration

 

Priority registration for current students and their relatives began on Friday, January 22nd. Families must be current on this year’s tuition to register for next year. It is imperative that you return the form as soon as possible to ensure that your child has a seat for the 2021-2022 school year as spacing is limited due to social distancing and we have a wait list for several grades. All re-registration documents must be submitted by Friday, February 26th. If you are in need of an additional form, please contact Ms. Hinkson at rhinkson@olmeryca.com.

Financial Aid

Financial aid applications for students in Grades K-8, who attend a Brooklyn or Queens School or Academy has begun. Once you have registered for next year, you can apply online for a Diocesan scholarship. Families who apply during the first round are the only ones eligible for the maximum scholarship. For more information, please visit: www.futuresineducation.org.

Scholarship Deadlines

  • New families: April 30, 2021

Travel Policy Reminder

NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory: The NYS COVID-19 travel advisory requires individuals who have traveled out of New York State to non-contiguous states for more than 24 hours to either quarantine for 10 days upon return to New York State or “Test to Exit” quarantine.

For students who were out-of-state for more than 24 hours:

Students must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.

  • The student must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
  • On day 4 of their quarantine, the student must obtain another COVID test. If both tests come back negative, the student may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn has expanded the International Travel Advisory to include all International Travel.

Full Information on the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory can be found at: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory

Full Information on the CDC Recommendations for Holiday Celebrations and Travel can be found at:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.htm

Please if you have traveled winter recess and must quarantine or test out of quarantine, let OLMCA know as soon as possible so we can advise you of the exact dates of testing and successful return to school. It is vital that you are honest with us because failure to adhere to these policies can put all students and staff at risk.

Vacating School Premises at Dismissal

 

After a review of several incidents which have occurred on the grounds of the school and the church and what I know will be the temptation to play in the snow thereof, I am reminding families of those rules stated on page 9 of the school 2020-2021 reopening plan:

  • Parents and guardians may not congregate. Parents are encouraged to wait in their
    cars until pick-up. or observe social distance and not congregate on the walkways,
    church steps, or sidewalks. 
  • Students must immediately vacate school premises and maintain social distance.
  • Students are not permitted to loiter, talk to their classmates, nor play and congregate
    on any part of the church property, i.e., steps, courtyard, back lawn, front lawn, garage
    area, rectory, etc. after dismissal.

 

Once the school staff ensures the safe dismissal of the students, the onus of responsibility to adherence of the above rules falls on the parents. Any infraction thereof is trespassing and resulting physical and emotional injuries are not the responsibility of the school or the church and their respective staffs. It is not permitted – and this list is not inclusive- to pick up sticks, branches, and rocks; jump off or slide church steps or the rectory garage wall; play hide and seek in the bushes; climb trees; play in the trash receptacle area; use any arm/leg/hand play action where another child or children is touched intentionally or unintentionally; jump rope; scooter or bike race; etc. Parents who want to let children play together must supervise them in their own homes or a public park space. Should the church and school staffs observe or receive a report of any infractions, the persons involved thereof will be contacted. We trust in your continued cooperation with this safety rule.  

 

World’s Finest Chocolate Sale (Nursery, K-8)

 

Our school has begun our only mandatory fundraiser for 2020-21. We will be selling World’s Finest Chocolate Products – delicious chocolates that have been sold for years by schools and organizations. One taste will tell you where they got their name, and you are sure to find people in your neighborhood who have been World’s Finest fans for years. The Chocolate Sale concludes on Wednesday, February 10th. If you would like an additional box, please contact Mrs. Alleva at dalleva@olmercyca.com.

 

Save the Date

 

  • Thursday, February 4th….Progress Reports
  • Friday, February 5th….Special Lunch
  • Catholic School Weeks Begin on Monday, February 8th
  • Friday, February 12…12:30PM dismissal and No Extended Care
  • Monday, February 15th– Friday, February 19th…Midwinter Recess

Principal Newsletter 1.5.21

Welcome back! We hope that you and your family had a wonderful holiday season. Bishop DiMarzio has deemed 2021 as  the“Year of Renewal for Catholic Education.” It seems to be the perfect theme for the start of the new year. Best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!

 

Travel Policy Reminder

NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory: The NYS COVID-19 travel advisory requires individuals who have traveled out of New York State to non-contiguous states for more than 24 hours to either quarantine for 10 days upon return to New York State or “Test to Exit” quarantine.

For students who were out-of-state for more than 24 hours:

Students must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.

  • The student must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
  • On day 4 of their quarantine, the student must obtain another COVID test. If both tests come back negative, the student may exit quarantine early upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn has expanded the International Travel Advisory to include all International Travel.

Full Information on the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory can be found at: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory

Full Information on the CDC Recommendations for Holiday Celebrations and Travel can be found at:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.htm

Please if you have traveled this holiday season and must quarantine or test out of quarantine, let OLMCA know as soon as possible so we can advise you of the exact dates of testing and successful return to school. It is vital that you are honest with us because failure to adhere to these policies can put all students and staff at risk.

TerraNova Exams Canceled (Grades 3-8)

 

Please be advised that the TerraNova, Grades 3-8, test administration in January 2021 will not take place and has been postponed until Fall 2021 because of COVID-19 concerns. We will continue to use iReady as an additional tool to obtain student data.

 

Hunt for the Golden Chocolate Bar: Final Results!

 

On December 14th through the 18th we announced the “HUNT FOR THE GOLDEN CHOCOLATE BAR” fundraiser with Aigner’s Chocolate Shop. It is with great pleasure that we share that this event raised  more than $2,000 in sales for the small family owned business, and brought in $453 for Our Lady of Mercy that will be put towards paying for COVID expenses. We shared the attached photos of the winners and their prizes on our Facebook and Instagram pages, listed further below.

 

This was a “sweet” and wonderful way for us to come together as a community, especially during a time when we aren’t able to conduct our more traditional fundraising gatherings at our school location. We are grateful to our families and school for all your support.

 

A Special THANK YOU to the following people: 

WINNERS:

– Erin, Nursery: a$50 gift card to Aigner’s Chocolate Shop to buy more goodies, and a dress down day!

– Noah, 4th Grade: Fresh baked cake AND 2 flavors of cake mix from Angela’s Dominican Bakery in Brooklyn, a $50 value- and a dress down day!

– West, 2nd Grade: a $25 gift card to Queens Bagel- home of the rainbow bagel- and a dress down day!

– Cameron and Julien, 8th grade: a $25 gift card and a dress down day!

– Isabel, 5th Grade: Principal for a Day…the grand prize!

 

Change of Date: Catholic Schools Week

 

Please be advised that Catholic Schools Week has been pushed back to the week of February 7th. More details to follow.

 

FORMED

 

Father Frank received a grant for an online platform called Formed. There are movies, articles, and much more to help shape an individual’s Catholic Identity. Please see the flyer that will provide you with additional information for signing up. There are also many wonderful faith formation resources for students. 

 

 

Principal Newsletter 12.14.20

Snow Days

 

As you may have heard on the news, there has been discussion about a snowstorm Wednesday into Thursday. With anticipation of the storm, Extended Care will be canceled on Wednesday, December 16th.

 

Planning for a snowstorm during a pandemic will be much different since all schools can switch to remote learning. The Diocese of Brooklyn has decided that we will align with the DOE’s position regarding “snow days.” Although the school building may be closed, “snow days” no longer exist, as all Catholic Academies and Parish Schools will move to a remote learning platform, taking attendance and providing a full-day instructional schedule.

 

If the New York City Public Schools close, all Catholic Academies and Parish Schools within the Diocese of Brooklyn will follow this practice and close their school buildings as well. 

 

To make things as smooth as possible, we are going to move the Special Lunch to Friday, December 18th. The Ugly Holiday Sweater Day will also be moved to Friday, December 18th. If you have any questions, please call the office.

Christmas Travel

 

As we enter winter, many of us are starting to make plans for the holidays. Whether you are visiting family members one state over or across the globe, travel makes up a huge part of the holiday season. There is always a risk of getting sick while traveling because of the inherent stress of traveling, interacting with frequently touched surfaces in public places, and changes in climate and environment. But this year brings different considerations because of the Coronavirus Pandemic and the New York State Travel Advisory.

 

Things to consider as we enjoy this time with Family.

 

NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory

The NYS COVID-19 travel advisory requires individuals who have traveled out of New York State to noncontiguous states for more than 24 hours, to either quarantine for 14 days upon return to New York State or “Test to Exit” quarantine.

 

For travelers who were out-of-state for more than 24 hours:

  • Travelers must obtain a test within three days of departure, prior to arrival in New York.
  • The traveler must, upon arrival in New York, quarantine for three days.
  • On day 4 of their quarantine, the traveler must obtain another COVID test. If both tests come back negative, the traveler may exit quarantine early, upon receipt of the second negative diagnostic test.

 

The Office of the Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn has expanded the International Travel Advisory to include all International Travel.

 

Full Information on the NYS COVID-19 Travel Advisory can be found at: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory

 

CDC Recommendations for Holiday Celebrations and Travel

Full Information on the CDC Recommendations for Holiday Celebrations and Travel can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html

 

Please Note:    As per the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH), schools can implement safety and health protocols that go above the NYS DOHMH and NYC DOHMH required safety and health protocols.

 

Christmas Raffle

 

We are so excited for our December raffle! Try your luck for one of these six incredible prizes! We will be announcing winners live on Facebook on Wednesday, December 16th with a special guest. All proceeds will help offset Covid-19 costs.

Buy Raffles to win one of six great prizes!

#1) CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER FROM METRO MEATS Includes a fully cooked fresh ham, three vegetable sides and dessert. Feeds 8-10 people.

#2) XBOX ONE S 1TB and MINECRAFT GAMES  

#3) LEGO™ TROLLS WORLD TOUR -Ages 6+, 380 pieces.

#4) LEGO™ MINECRAFT  -Ages 8+, 834 pieces.

#5) EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS™  $100 GIFT CARD AND SNACK BASKET

#6)EXQUISITELY CRAFTED BAKED SPECIALTY GOODS, CHOCOLATES, JAMS AND     CHRISTMAS COASTERS  

 

***Special Thanks to Angela Martin, Cathy Aliperti, and Gary Di Franco, and Trevor Stokes, for donating the raffle items****

RAFFLE TICKETS ARE $10 EACH OR 8 FOR $50. Tear off and mail/send WITH YOUR PAYMENT to the school or place in the Rectory door by December 15, 2020.  

Christmas Concert

Our students in Grades K-4 are so excited for their first ever virtual Christmas concert. Wait until you hear our incredible singers!

The virtual concert will be on Thursday, December 17th. A Zoom Link has been emailed to parents.

 

OLMCA’s Hunt for the Golden Ticket

Are you ready to get your Willy Wonka on?!?! OLMCA has partnered with Aigner Chocolates to give out golden tickets! Will you be one of our lucky winners?

 

 

 

Principal Newsletter 12.9.20

Parent Teacher Conferences (Nursery-Grade 8)

 

Thursday, December 10th

 

Zoom conferences are for students in Grades Nursery-Grade 8. Report Cards will be distributed on Wednesday, December 10th. Conferences will be conducted from 1-3PM and 6-8PM via Zoom. If you have not yet signed up for a conference, please contract your child’s teacher.  Please note that accounts must be fully up to date for you to receive your child’s report card. Courtesy letters have been sent to families that are not fully up to date. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office. Dismissal will be at 12:30PM for all students. Hot lunch will be served at 11:30AM for all students. There will be Extended Care until 6PM in the Parish Hall.

 

 

Christmas Toy Drive

 

Help make a child smile this holiday season! Donate a new, unwrapped toy by Tuesday, December 15th.  Our Lady of Mercy Parish will collect the toys and deliver them to Bridge to Life. Your donations will directly benefit the less fortunate and bring the Christmas spirit to children across the city. Thank you to all of the families that have already donated toys.

 

Christmas Raffle

 

 

We are so excited for our December raffle! Try your luck for one of these six incredible prizes! We will be announcing winners live on Facebook on Wednesday, December 16th with a special guest. All proceeds will help offset Covid-19 costs.

 

Buy Raffles to win one of six great prizes!

#1) CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER FROM METRO MEATS Includes a fully cooked fresh ham, three vegetable sides and dessert. Feeds 8-10 people.

#2) XBOX ONE S 1TB and MINECRAFT GAMES  

#3) LEGO™ TROLLS WORLD TOUR -Ages 6+, 380 pieces.

#4) LEGO™ MINECRAFT  -Ages 8+, 834 pieces.

#5) EDIBLE ARRANGEMENTS™  $100 GIFT CARD AND SNACK BASKET

#6)EXQUISITELY CRAFTED BAKED SPECIALTY GOODS, CHOCOLATES, JAMS AND     CHRISTMAS COASTERS  

 

***Special Thanks to Angela Martin, Cathy Aliperti, and Gary Di Franco, and Trevor Stokes, for donating the raffle items****

 

RAFFLE TICKETS ARE $10 EACH OR 8 FOR $50. Please complete tickets below,  indicating the PRIZE NUMBER # above you want to win. (If you do not indicate a prize number, your ticket will be placed in Basket #6.) Tear off and mail/send WITH YOUR PAYMENT to the school or place in the Rectory door by December 15, 2020.   

 

 

 

Christmas Concert

 

Our students in Grades K-4 are so excited for their first ever virtual Christmas concert. Our students will be recording their songs on Friday, December 11th.

 

 

On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th, we ask that you have your child wear:

  • Their FULL uniform (polo, pants/skirt, shoes, etc.)
    • NO gym uniforms, please!
  • ONE Christmas accessory (think: Santa hat, scarf, bow, etc.)

 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this process or the virtual concert, please contact Ms. Altieri at jaltieri@olmercyca.com.

 

The virtual concert will be on Thursday, December 17th. We will send out a Zoom link as we get a bit closer to the date.

 

Upcoming Events

 

  • 12:30PM Dismissal for Parent Teacher Conferences on December 10th
  • OLMCA’s Golden Ticket Fundraiser with Aigner Chocolates from Monday, December 14th– Friday, December 18th
  • Breakfast with Santa on Wednesday, December 16th
  • Virtual Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 17th at 7PM
  • Special Lunch on Thursday, December 17th
  • Last Day of School before Christmas Break, December 18th (Regular Dismissal with NO Extended Care)

 

 

Have a peaceful rest of your week.

Holiday Toy Drive

Help make a child smile this holiday season!

Donate a new, unwrapped toy by December 15th

Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Academy will collect the toys and deliver them to Bridge for Life

Lego for boys and girls

Basic block sets

Baby dolls

Cars and trucks

Musical toys (toys that make sounds)

Games (Monopoly, Life, Trouble, Candy Land)

Diapers (new born, toddler pull-ups)

Pajamas (new born, infant, toddlers)

Hats, mittens, gloves (all ages-toddlers to pre-teen)

Thank you for your support!