Themes and Letters of the week
As we begin 2015, our themes will include: Winter activities, Snowmen, Weather, how Matter changes form, Bears, Mountains and Dr. Martin Luther King
Letters we will be studying:
January 5th Ll
January 12th Kk
January 19th Yy
January 26th Uu
Monday, January 19th No School Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
Kindergarten Standard Goals
The end of January marks the half way point of the school year. Continue to provide support for your child towards reading/ writing standards: letter sounds, blending, segmenting in journal writing and sight word mastery. In math standards: recognizing, counting and writing numbers 1-100.
New Year's Wishes
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your families a healthy, happy New Year. We look forward to the many months ahead as your children continue to make our lives special each and every day of the year!
We are very grateful to the Wagon Wheel PTA. If it were not for them, our music donation drive would have been twice as much for each family, or we would have had to forfeit our music program. Luckily, we have families who have donated generously, above and beyond their child’s portion. Therefore, we have reached our goal to fund a music teacher. Any future donations received will go towards the cost of future additional assemblies. Also, remember the PTA dues are only $15.00 per family. They provide many wonderful programs. Your participation is appreciated.
Our regular daily schedule (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday) is as follows:
Early Birds: 7:45 – 11:38 a.m.
Late Birds: 9:15 – 1:08 p.m.
We observe our Academic Collaboration for Excellence (ACE) schedule every Wednesday. The kindergarten schedule on ACE day is as follows:
Early Birds and Late Birds: 7:45 – 11:38 a.m. (All students come together on Wednesdays)
Parking Lot Safety
Please be advised that traffic can become quite congested and parking is limited. We highly encourage that you carpool and/or leave early, to allow enough time for parking. We suggest parking at the Sports Park, or in the neighborhood adjacent to the school. Parking stall numbers 1-9 on the right, as you enter the parking lot, and stalls marked 42 through 36 on the left side of the school parking lot are available for Visitor Parking only. Please do not park in the red curbed zone in the school parking lot or in the Bridle Path Cul-de-Sac.
Please remember that when dropping off or picking up your student, to be considerate and merge with others. Always use the crosswalk and watch carefully for pedestrians. Be respectful of stalls assigned for staff parking and reserved spaces.