Primary Weekly Newsletter!
Minimum Day Thursday – Thursday is a minimum day so all Primary students will attend school 8:15-12:00 PM. There will be after school care for those who usually attend Cheetah Zone.
Little Objects – Many of our Montessori activities/jobs have little objects that look like toys (small cars, blocks, shopkins like items, etc.). Students sometimes put these in their pockets and take them home. If you find any, please send them back. We will not get upset with your child and will be very grateful to have them returned as they can be difficult and costly to replace.
Field Trip – Our first field trip will be on October 25th to the Smith Family Farm Pumpkin Patch. Permission slips were sent home today in the red folders. The permission slips must be completely filled out, signed and returned by October 11th, no exceptions. If you want to chaperone, you must indicate so on the form. If you ask to attend after October 11th or show up on the day of the field trip, we will not be able to allow you to attend.
Lost and Found – There is a large plastic chest outside the entrance to the Office which is our school’s lost and found box. If you are missing anything, please look for it here. Anything left in the box at 2 PM on September 29th will be donated.
Sept 21 – Minimum Day 8:15-12:00
Sept 27 – Picture Day
Oct. 2-6 – No School, October Break
Oct 11 – field trip permission slip due
October 25 – Pumpkin Patch field trip
Kindergarten – Reading Eggs 7 & 8
Mathseeds lesson 2
TK – Reading Eggs lesson 4
Mathseeds lesson 2
If your child wan’t to do more homework, please do not have them work ahead in Reading Eggs. Instead, they can work in Fast Phonics (you will find the button for Fast Phonics next to Reading Eggs and Mathseeds when you log in)
|Week in Review|
Last week students were introduced to letters Cc and Ff, the shape square, and number 5. Students practiced reading and writing fat, cat, sat, bat, mat. Montessori activities introduced: Folding, 2D Shape Picture Sort, Knobless Cylinder cards, Graphic Matching, Associations, Emotions 3 Part Cards, and the Blue and Red Rods with Sandpaper Numbers.
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