Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Voluteers needed

Ms. Small is looking for volunteers to help her run the scholastic book fair.  To sign up for a slot click here.


Monday, November 21, 2016

Suggestions for Snack

This notice is to help guide parents for the snack we eat on any 1/2 day of school as lunch is not served. We do have some students in our class who have food allergies. Here is a list of snacks that are safe for all students.

These items are suggestions only.

Teddy Grahams (Honey)
Veggie Straws (Sea Salt)
Boom Chicka Pop (sweet & salty kettlecorn)
Lucky Charms
Ritz Crackers (original)
Kix (original)
Barnum’s Animal Crackers
Wheat Thins (Original)
Market Basket Honey Grahams
Pringles Original
Market Basket TasteeOs
Simply Tostitos Blue Corn Chips
Simply Tostitos Yellow Corn Chips

Stacey & Katharine

Today's happenings

We enjoyed our sing along and feast today during our lunch time.  On Wednesday, we will have a half day of school.  This means the students are dismissed at 11:30 and will be riding their morning bus back to their morning bus stop.  Thank you for sending in your slip indicating how your child will be dismissed.  Also, we will not be eating lunch in school so please be sure your child has a nutritious breakfast and send them with a tree nut/peanut free snack and drink.

We also sang happy birthday to Dexter after he shared his birthday board with us! What a great day!

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Congratulations Nathan!

This week Nathan received a Student of the Week Award.  He has been appropriate, safe, and kind to all his peers and is a hard worker who leads by example.  Congratulations Nathan!

Happy Birthday Sophie!

On Friday we sang Happy Birthday to Sophie and she shared her birthday poster with us.  There were lots of smiles and laughter!

Builders Panel

This week we wrapped up our block area presentations with Sofia, Nea, and Braeden.   Each student on the panel spoke about a piece of the project they built.  Then the audience asked questions to gain a better understanding of the project as a whole.  We are learning the difference between a question (asking for information) and a comment (giving information).  This is a safe space for students to share their ideas and have conversations.  

Kindergarten/Fourth Grade Animal Projects

Here are a few pictures from the first meeting with our fourth grade buddies.  Students worked together to read books about animals for the purpose of understanding what traits belong to living things. Next they chose a beanie baby to represent one animal they would like learn more about.

We will be meeting several times throughout December.