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The Week Ahead: October 24-28

Fall is here! What a beautiful weekend. We hope your family was out enjoying the fabulous fall weather! Here is what you need to know for the week ahead. Our PreK class had a great time at Zach Scott Theater watching Charlotte's Web. Charlotte, the spider, was played by an actress on arial silks!  Check out the FACEBOOK PHOTOS here. Our three year old and PreK … [Read More...]

The Week Ahead: October 17-21

What a fun week last week!  The Threes and PreK classes enjoyed a visit from Ms. Jessica from the Austin Public Library.  You may check out the photos on our FACEBOOK PAGE. This week, we will have the PreK class traveling via CapMetro to Zach Scott Theater for a performance of Charlotte's Web.  They  have been learning about spiders in preparation for the play. Also, we … [Read More...]

FUMP Parent Portal: Take Two!

Have you created your parent portal account?  Did you know that many of you did so when you completed your child's enrollment information?  Would you like to check out the portal further? Please visit: parentportal.runsandbox.com. You will need to type or copy/paste that address into your browser. Please note that it does not include a "www." in the website … [Read More...]

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The FUMP Director’s Blog

Why Choose an Accredited School?

  Meeting new families is one of my favorite parts of my job.  Touring prospective parents around our program is always a pleasure.  One question that is frequently asked is “Are you accredited? I don’t really know what that means, but I know that I should ask.”  FUMP is nationally accredited by the National Accreditation […]

FUMP Toilet Learning

Learning to use the toilet is a big step in children’s development, yet it can be a challenging stage for both parents and teachers. Many parents look to teachers for help and support in teaching their children to use the toilet. It is in the children’s best interests to have parents and teachers understand and […]

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