• April 6, 2020

    April 6 Morning Message

     

    -I was so happy to see EVERYONE show up for our daily Google Hangout lessons.  With each lesson the children got better at listening and taking turns, all of my parents were super awesome monitoring and muting/unmuting when needed, and I learned what seemed to work better from my end.  I am so proud of the devotion and effort! My class and all their families rock!

    -today for our Google Hangout we will be working on turn taking to show off our pets.  If you don't have one, a favorite stuffed animal will do.  Be prepared to tell us your animal's name, color, size, and something you want us to know about it!

    -if you want to create the grid to see everyone during our google hangout, I believe all you have to do is go up to the right corner where you see the person and a chat bubble, click on it and you should also see a grid.   Click the grid and we will hopefully all be there for you to see!

    -This is a shortened week.  I have provided lessons for Mon-Wed.  Thursday, April 9th begins spring break.  Remote Learning Phase 3 will begin on April 20th

    -During break, walk away from the lessons and just enjoy your time with your children.  Parents and students have all been working hard and now is the time to relax and replenish. Hopefully the weather will be warm and sunny and we can all get some much needed fresh air! Most of all, please stay healthy and well.  Hopefully we will resume normalcy soon. The most important thing is keeping a positive mental state for you and your family and staying healthy!!!

    -As a reminder:  I will be sending invites for Google Hangout daily via email.  I will conduct my AM class lesson at 11:00 daily and my PM class 12:00 daily, unless it interfers with a meeting I must attend.  In those instances, just check the time of the invite for any changes. Try to join us as often as you can!  

     

    Once again, thank you for all your hard work and cooperation during this struggling time.  

    I can't tell you how much I truly miss your children!!!!

     

      heart  Ms. Tina