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In our continued effort to promote literacy and a love of reading, we have continued to partner with Bubbakoo’s for their "Read It to Eat It" program.
How it works:
- "Book List Cards" will be given to your child by his/her teacher.
- Students read and record 5 books. These can be at home or school!
- Return the filled in card to your child’s teacher.
- The classroom teacher will sign the bottom and staple the "Free Student Meal Card" onto the "Book List Card" and give it back to your child.
- Students take BOTH cards to any Bubbakoo’s for a free student meal!
- Ask your teacher for another card and keep on reading and eating Bubbakoos!
This is an ongoing program. Ask your teacher for a new card when you finish your old one. Read, record, eat, & repeat!
Enjoy your books and free Bubbakoo’s!
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Donations can be made anytime during the school year and would be greatly appreciated.
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Our Specials Schedule
Monday - Gym
Tuesday - Art
Wednesday - Music
Thursday - Media
There will be Math Homework daily except Fridays. Please read daily.
Fundations - Unit 7, January 28th.
We are reviewing the letters and sounds of the alphabet as well as Kindergarten Trick Words.
We are working on Topic 7, Extending the Counting Sequence
Addition and subtraction cards can be found at a Dollar Store. Practicing and playing games with these would beneficial.
We are learning about Sound and LightPlease encourage your child to be a Bucket filler at home and at school! A bucket filler is kind, respectful, and caring!
Birthday Party PolicyBirthdays will be celebrated at lunchtime in the cafeteria. To be sensitive to allergy concerns, non-edible items (e.g. toys, stickers, pencils) are strongly encouraged for these celebrations so that all children can participate in the celebration.If you choose to send in a snack, consider a healthy snack. Also please note that all items sent must be in individually wrapped, pre-packaged portions so that the child can easily distribute to classmates. Ice-cream cakes and whole cakes cannot be accommodated by the food service staff. You can deliver your item and/or treat to the receptionist or send it with the birthday child. Visitors are not permitted in the cafeteria. Birthday and/or Party invitations are not handed out in school, under any circumstances. However, parents are invited to join the class “party list” which will be distributed to parents that join the list.