Primary Weekly Newsletter!
April 1-5, 2024

Parent Messages


Family Movie Night – Help support our school by taking your family to see Kung Fu Panda 4 at Maya Cinemas on the evening of Wednesday, April 17th at 5:30pm. (Please forgive the flyer typo!) Tickets are $10 each. The first 20 kids will get a free kids meal. Extra concessions will be available for purchase directly from the theater. We will be selling tickets after school at Pick Up starting Monday the 25th up until Spring Break.


Fantastic Friday – We need volunteers for our Fantastic Friday rotations this week.


Walk-a-Thon – Keep collecting donations from family and friends.  Post your 99pledges link on Facebook and other social media platforms you use.  All donations due April 26th.


Book Fair – We will be having a Scholastic Book Fair April 22-26.  If you are interested in helping at the book fair, sign up for a time slot at this link:

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Upcoming Events

April 15-19- No School, Spring Break

April 25 – Young Authors Night

May 3 – Silent Auction

May 16 & 17 – School 8:15-11:00


Kindergarten – Reading Eggs 44&45

Mathseeds 29

TK – Reading Eggs 26

Mathseeds 25

Week in Review

Last week we practiced reading and spelling words with -ill and -ing.  We also worked on adding and subtracting on a number line. Montessori jobs introduced were the 3D shape sort and Red Rod pattern cards.  Students began dictating their stories for our Young Authors writing project. On Friday students made a galaxy design using chalk pastels, painted rocket ships and drew a chameleon.

Counselor Connection

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy has issued an advisory about social media’s impact on youth mental health. Children and adolescents on social media are commonly exposed to extreme, inappropriate, and harmful content and frequent social media use can contribute to poor mental health, including depression and anxiety.


Social media can put young people in danger, U.S. surgeon general warns


Here’s when a social psychologist recommends letting your child use smartphones and social media | CNN