What’s New January 6th

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Happy New Year Wonderful Kindergarten Families!!

 I hope everyone had a terrific winter break and was able to spend time together as a family! I loved all the thoughtful gifts I received on our last week, the kiddos know me so well! J

I enjoyed my winter break spending time with family over the holidays and getting relax as much as possible haha!  

 This week the kiddos will be finishing up some baseline assessments, writing New Year’s resolutions, and practicing our routines and procedures.




Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

Early Release at 11:00 a.m.



Parent Teacher Conferences! 





100th Day Celebration

January 15th, 2020

We have planned a fun day where the children will experience 100 through many different activities.  To help us visualize what 100 objects look like, we are asking that each child decorate a plain t-shirt with 100 items on it. Due to the cold weather conditions we ask that all children wear a long sleeved shirt under their t-shirt so they are more comfortable.  Some ideas to use as decorations are stickers, googly eyes, fabric paint, cotton balls, buttons, pom-poms, safety pins, stamps, etc. The lighter weight the item, the easier it is to glue, stick, or attach 100 things to the shirt. Please also remember that your child will be wearing the 100 things all day (it will get very uncomfortable to wear 100 heavy things like pennies or crayons on a t-shirt.) Fabric paint is an excellent decoration because it is lightweight and doesn’t fall off. Have fun creating any shirt that you would like with 100 items on it.  Please have your child wear their shirt on Wednesday, January 15th as we celebrate the 100th day of school!


https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A45ACA92AA5F49-100th   – Sign up to Volunteer


We are going on our first off campus field trip next month! Typically we leave the school at 9:00 a.m. and arrive back to school at 1:00 p.m. As soon as we have everything confirmed, we will send out the information regarding costs and permission slips.

We have taken the kindergarten kiddos for the past three years and it is always been a hit. We need 6 official chaperones for our class, which will ride the bus and be assigned students to monitor and have fun with at the museum. Parents who are not chosen for chaperones are still welcome to come, but must drive in their own cars down to the museum and pay a separate entrance fee.  If you were interested in chaperoning, please sign up with the link below (once slots are filled, there will be no more parents added to the chaperone list):

*KIDDOS must ride on the bus to and from the museum (not in their parents car). If you must have your child with you in your vehicle, then they will be considered absent for the day and not be added to any official “student groups”.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A45ACA92AA5F49-childrens  — Go here to sign up!




Dates to Remember

Jan 8-10 – Half-Days/Conference Week

Jan 9 – Clubs Night

Jan 15- 100th Day of School – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A45ACA92AA5F49-100th

Jan 20th – No School

Jan 25th – Eastmark Color Run

Jan 27th– Clubs start


Feb 1- STEM fest/Learning Celebration

Feb 5- Spring Class Picture

Feb 10-21st – Gifted Testing

Feb 17- No School

Feb 19- Field Trip to the Children’s Museum – https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A45ACA92AA5F49-childrens

Feb 26 – Half- Day


Mar 4-6 – Half-Days/ Conference Week