Kindergarten Information Night: Wednesday, January 18th, 5:30-6:30 PM

Fair Acres Country Day School offers Preschool Programs for children ages 2.9 – 5 years and has a variety of classrooms to meet the needs of each individual child. Our highly reputable full-day Kindergarten Program is well known for its successful development of students that ensures a comfortable transition into first grade, both academically, as well as socially.

At Fair Acres. we know that starting Kindergarten is a big step in the lives of children and parents. To better prepare you for this step, we invite you to attend our Kindergarten Information Night. Linda Crawford, our wonderful Kindergarten teacher of many years, will be speaking to you about what to expect in Kindergarten, school choice, and how to know if your child is ready for Kindergarten. She will also share some highlights from our Kindergarten curriculum…

We look forward to welcoming you to our Kindergarten Information Night!

  • Wednesday, January 18th, 5:30-6:30 PM

  • Open to current and prospective parents & guardians 

Learn more about what sets our Kindergarten programming apart, here!

2023-2024 school year registration opens to current families on January 4th, and opens to new families on January 26th, here!

Questions? Email us at
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Fair Acres December Newsletter

We hope you enjoy our December newsletter!

We are so pleased to present our December newsletter, which highlights many of the incredible projects, activities and adventures we were able to engage in together so far, during the 2022-2023 school year…

Our students make us so proud each and every day, building friendships and enriching each others’ lives through collaborative learning and play! 

Jumpstart’s 2022 “Read for the Record®”

On October 27th, Fair Acres participated in Jumpstart’s “Read for the Record®,” the world’s largest shared reading experience!

Each year, Jumpstart selects a campaign book that fosters language and social-emotional development, honors the diversity in our world, has a strong narrative, and appeals to young children. That book is read across the country and around the world by adults and young readers on Read for the Record day.

As a part of this initiative, the children gathered on the stage to listen to Ms. Linda read this year’s campaign book, Nigel and the Moon.

Nigel and the Moon is about a young boy who dreams big, but is too scared to share his dreams with the world. Instead, every night he tells his dream of becoming an astronaut, dancer, and superhero to the moon. As his class moves through career week, Nigel’s community helps him build up confidence in who he is. This book encourages children to celebrate where they come from, who they are, and who they want to be.

The children also worked on a corresponding, “Dream Big” activity, writing about and illustrating what they want to be when they grow up, just like Nigel in the story!

Part of a national campaign that was launched over a decade ago, “Read for the Record®” addresses the educational inequities that leave many children unprepared for Kindergarten, by:

  • Increasing awareness about the critical importance and impact of early literacy
  • Making high-quality children’s books accessible for all children
  • Providing support for Jumpstart for Young Children’s work with early learners in underserved communities across the country

Learn more about Read for the Record and pledge to read at!

Kindergarten Community Service Project

We are so excited to share that we will be supporting A Baby Center for this year’s Kindergarten Community Service Project!

A Baby Center is a Hyannis non-profit organization that helps ensure the good health and safety of babies in need on Cape Cod and the Islands.

The needs of the organization have changed, therefore we will only be collecting the following new items on their behalf:

  • Baby lotion
  • Baby wash
  • Baby shampoo
  • Wash cloths
  • Bibs
  • Burp cloths
  • Receiving blankets
  • Binkies
  • Flushable wipes
  • Training underwear, size 2T-5T

Donations can be dropped off at the Fair Building, or Sanborn Building, at drop-off or pick-up time each day, or sent in with your child, so they may deliver your contribution.

We will be collecting donations through Friday, November 18th.

Thank you in advance for your support!

Fair Acres Featured in Cape Cod Times!

Click here to read the Cape Cod Times Column!

Thank you, Summer Camp Families!

This was certainly a SUMMER TO REMEMBER! And, we couldn’t be more thankful for our campers and families…

Fair Acres Summer Camp

Meet the Fair Acres 2022 Summer Camp Staff!

Our 2022 staff is so excited to welcome both our new and returning campers for an action-packed, FUN-filled, sun-filled summer!

Get to know the team, here!

Learn more about our summer camp programming, here!

Summer Camp Packing List

Welcome to Summer Camp, 2022!

Our “packing list” will help ensure our campers are well-equipped to have the best possible summer camp experience!

Please send your child with the following items each day:

  • Nut free lunch labeled with your camper’s name and a cold pack (we do not offer refrigeration)
  • Water bottle
  • Sneakers
  • Bathing suit and towel (flip flops/swim shoes – optional)
  • Change of clothes in case something gets wet.
  • Sweatshirt on chilly mornings/days
  • Sunscreen (please label your child’s name.)
  • Your camp spirit!

Please label all of your camper’s belongings!

Please email us at with any questions!  We can’t wait to see you soon!

Fair Acres Spring Newsletter

We hope you enjoy our Spring newsletter!

We are so pleased to present our Spring newsletter, which highlights some of the the incredible projects, activities and adventures we were able to engage in together this year…our students made us so proud each and every day, building friendships and enriching each others’ lives through collaborative learning and play! 

Read our Spring Newsletter