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Another Week of Learning Fun!

posted Oct 18, 2019, 1:46 PM by Jamie Austin
We have wrapped up another week of learning in Kindergarten!  We are almost done with our letter review unit and will also be finishing up our numbers unit within the next week.  As we continue to plug away at learning new skills, look for many exciting stories to come home about each new thing we learn!  I have also started assessing some of the skills we have been working on this quarter to have a good idea of how well your child is doing in Kindergarten.  The Kindergarten students do not receive official report cards for the first quarter, but I am ready to discuss their progress with you at Parent/Teacher conferences.  If you have not already signed up for a time slot on either October 29th from 4-8pm or October 30th from 4-8pm, please do so at your earliest convenience.  My plan is to discuss your child's progress to this point and to also talk to you about the many things we will be focusing on throughout the year,  It will be a lot to cover in 10 minutes ;).  

Hopefully, everyone received the note i sent home this past week about our Halloween party and trick-or-treating at The St. Catherine's Retirement Community just up the hill from our school.  We will have our party and participate in trick-or-treating, both on Wednesday, October 30.  Please refer to the note for exact times and breakdown of the day.

Please note, there is NO SCHOOL on Thursday, October 31st and Friday, November 1st.

If you are still wanting to place a book order, please do so asap.  I will extend the due date.  Please send me an email if you have any questions ;).  Also, don't forget the school book fair will be in the building, and available for students to shop at starting Monday and will remain open until the end of Parent/Teacher Conferences on Wednesday, October 30.  

As always, have a GREAT weekend!

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