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March 9, 2020

posted Mar 9, 2020, 11:41 AM by Dawn Hale
Dear Parents,

Well I think the kids had a great time celebrating Dr. Seuss last week.  We were able to read a different book each day and dress up in a theme to go with it.  I think the kids liked the pajama day that accompanied The Sleep Book the most although I think their favorite story was The Cat In The Hat. 

We were able to accomplish a lot last week.  We introduced the letter U.  The kids had fun making umbrella and unicorn pictures.  They also enjoyed spotting things that were upside down on Wacky Wednesday.  Ava did a great job coming up with clues to get us to guess that she brought a uniform in the clue can.

We practiced some great skills last week.  We worked on cutting 6 inch straight lines when we made Thing 1 hats.  We practiced sorting by color, size, and pattern with some paper socks on Silly Socks day.  We worked on counting and noticing incongruities when we read the  Wacky Wednesday book and found the wacky things in our classroom and on Mrs. Hale.  We talked about expressing our gratitude to those who help us with Miss Katie and colored pictures of what we are thankful for.  We also sorted and graphed rainbow goldfish before we finally got to eat them.  The kids are learning so much; they are like little sponges.

This week we will talk about St. Patrick and his lesson for us about how God has three persons; God the Father, Jesus the Son, and the Holy Spirit.  We are also getting back to fairy tales.  The kids really enjoyed reading Rapunzel today.  We will also participate in the school's mission carnival with our seventh grade buddies this Friday, March 13.  Please send in a non-parishable food item for St. Vincent DePaul.  

Thanks for all you do for your wonderful children and our school.  I appreciate you!

Mrs. Hale

Dates to Remember
Friday, March 13 - Mission Carnival Bring in a food item
Monday, March 16- Friday, March 20 - Spring Break - No School
Monday, March 23 - classes resume
Friday, April 3 - Noon Dismissal