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Dear Pre-K Families,

The upper and lower case “Tt” was introduced this week.  We discussed the sound the letter makes and thought of many words that begin with the sound the “t” makes.  Many of the children are reading the words on our letter chart we make each week!  The children made a “Tigger the Tiger” puppet.  Another page was completed in our alphabet book.  They cut out “ten tiny tulips” for their garden.

We had a very special visitor come to our class this week.  “Miss Tallulah” came to our class to teach us about “Tea Party Etiquette” (A.K.A Miss Sheryl!  Check out the Facebook page!)  The boys and girls had a great time eating the letter “T” cookies Miss Tallulah baked and learned great manners while they were drinking their “tea” with their pinky’s up! We all had so much fun!!

Our class was anticipating the arrival of a leprechaun here at school.  Everyone made their own leprechaun and named their leprechaun, which is decorating our classroom.  The boys and girls discussed what they would do if they could actually catch a leprechaun!  We have been reading many stories about St. Patrick’s Day.  The girls and boys couldn’t wait to see if anything happened to our classroom!  As they came up the stairs they saw that our classroom was turned upside down by the leprechaun!  We found our table was moved into the room with the toys, the chairs were knocked over, and green footprints were everywhere!  There were big ones and little ones on our exit door, the tables, chairs, and carpet had footprints, too!!! We even had green milk and cookies, as well as green bagels for snack!!!  We went outside to try and catch the leprechaun, but “he” was too fast for us!  We saw green feet, but couldn’t catch the leprechaun!  When we came inside we found gold coins and chocolate all over our classroom!  What an exciting day!!!

We were able to enjoy the playground this week when we had a taste of spring at school!  We are all so excited to change our Seasons Tree to Spring!!!  We are counting down the days!

We completed another page in our “All About Me” book.  The children had to draw their family as well as their pets.  They are really paying attention to detail while they draw now.  Just wait until you see this book in June.  It is a great keepsake!

We will begin our unit on Dinosaurs next week.  Each child will create their very own, very large dinosaur mural!  This will be a work of art as well as a work in progress!  The children are so excited to discuss dinosaurs.  We will be studying six different types of dinosaurs in depth: Velociraptor, Tyrannosaurus-Rex, Stegosaurus, Pterodactyl, Apatosaurus, and Triceratops.

We have also begun finally celebrating the start of Spring!!!  We will happily be sending home the children’s winter projects!  The boys and girls have made a spring bulletin board titled “Walking Through Spring.”  Their feet were painted different spring colors, which we cut out and hung on our door.  They made gorgeous flowers as well.  We will also be making butterflies, umbrellas, and a large class bumblebee!

Next week we will continue working on our dinosaur mural, and discussing the changes that come along with the season of Spring.

Enjoy your weekend!



Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Families:

An exciting week awaits us! We will celebrate Charles’ birthday on Tuesday. Our St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will be on Wednesday the 16th and Thursday the 17th. We will taste Irish Soda Bread and look for leprechaun’s gold. Be sure to wear your green! On Monday the 14th and Friday the 18th, we will have a tea party complete with tea and cookies. We will be drinking tea with our pinkies up and eating cookies made in the shape of letter “t” with Miss Tallulah.

In getting ready to celebrate the arrival of spring and Easter, we are creating Easter Baskets out of clean cardboard juice and milk containers. If you have not already sent yours in, please do so this week. Next Monday and Tuesday (the 21st and 22nd), we will have our Spring Celebration. We have attached a snack list sign-up sheet if you would like to send something in for us to celebrate with. In addition, on those days, please send in two hard boiled eggs that we can color and place into our Easter baskets. We will also go on an Easter egg hunt on the Red Robin grounds.

With the warm weather returning, we are going to return the warm pants and long sleeved clothing in your child’s box. Please send in cooler pants, shorts, and short sleeved shirts. Your children have grown so much, that chances are that the clothing in their boxes are now too small.

Looking forward to a wonderful week,

Miss Louise, Miss Enedina, Miss Jade & Mr. Joe

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Dear Families:
We start our week with a visit from Dr. Mindy on Monday. She will remind us of what we need to do to keep our teeth healthy. Our children learned a lot from our egg experiment and should be able to tell her about it.
This week, we will focus on Saint Patrick’s Day. We will read stories about leprechauns, create rainbows and pots of gold, make shamrocks, and wear green on Rainbow Catcher Day.
We will be working hard to master using scissors and cutting paper. This week we will practice cutting on a straight line with our Rainbow Scissor Skills Sheet and our Shamrock Cut and Glue. We remind the children to “open; shut them; give a little cut, cut, cut”. Your children will be developing good fine motor skills and the ability to handle the scissors with help from us. If you are comfortable with it, let them use safety scissors at home to cut up your junk mail. It is a great way of strengthening their skill and getting rid of unwanted mail for you.
We are looking forward to some exciting events in the next few weeks. To celebrate letter “t”, we will have a tea party complete with tea and cookies. We will also witness the marriage of letter “q” and letter “u”. Spring will begin, and we will prepare for Passover and Easter. Egg dying and matzo tasting will just be part of our fun. Your children are always excited to try new things and develop their fine and gross motor skills when creating their art projects. It’s fun to see their smiling faces and progress.
Book orders will be sent home this week. As always, you are not obligated to order anything. Your local library, book store, and garage sales are all excellent places to find books to add to your home library.
REMINDERS: Please return the green cream/ointment form.
School will be closed on March 24th and 25th
Your child has grown since September. Please send in new clothes for their box.

Looking forward to a wonderful week,
Miss Louise, Miss Enedina, Miss Jade & Mr. Joe

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Dear Parents,
Can you believe that we are already into our seventh month of school?! The children have really come together as a team. Their self help skills have grown tremendously. It’s nice to see them play, comfort and help each other.
Last week in “Circle Time” we introduced the radiant letter “Rr”! Examples were given of words that start with this letter such as raccoon, rainbow, rocket, robot, rhino and Ryan! To reinforce the letter we decorated our pre-cut R’s with ribbon. In addition to that we water colored our very own rocket ships! Our “Circle Time” discussions taught us about raccoons. Ask your children the definition of the word “nocturnal” and what it means to see a raccoon in the daytime. (He’s sick!)
Since “R” is for Rocks, we created a science lesson by observing a variety of different rocks. Since my own children had boxed sets of rock specimens stored in my basement for the past 20 years, I thought the children might be interested in checking out the different types. Not only were they interested but fascinated and eager to share their observations. They noticed that the rocks had very different shapes sizes and textures. They realized that some were rough, smooth, shiny, sparkly, colorful and dull. There were even some crystals and fossils mixed in! I love when we can share ordinary things found in our natural world in a hands-on way and turn them into teachable moments. It definitely sparked their interest and maybe motivated some of them to become Geologists!!
To further introduce this letter we had the children step into an imaginary time machine. We took them from the current digital world to 80’s technology. They were quite amused by our Fisher Price record player. Before revealing what it was, I had the children try to guess what they thought it could be. In the past, answers ranged from a cat carrier to a vacuum cleaner! Aside from a couple of boys suggesting it might contain dinosaurs, most of them had no clue. The children crowded around the turntable and listened to the unmistakable crackle and hiss of needle upon vinyl. With fascination, they watched the record spin around, pouring out sound. It brought back memories! We’ve come a long way since those Fisher Price days!
Since music is an important part of our program, on Thursday we took out the rhythm sticks and inspired the children to move to a new beat! Rhythm stick activities promote understanding of concepts such as up and down, over and under, high and low, soft and loud, stop and go. We not only guide them to express themselves musically but respect and satisfy their need to make noise! Rhythm sticks are an extraordinary learning tool and so much fun!
We also enjoyed our flip chart song….
Rr (to the tune “She’ll Be Comin’ round The Mountain”)
Roy’s dog Rover runs all over.
Rover runs.
Roy’s dog Rover runs all over.
Rover runs.
Rover races, Rover chases,
Rover chews on Roy’s shoelaces.
Oh, yes, Rover runs all over.
Rover runs.
Many years ago Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss) wrote a number of children’s stories. His books are both entertaining and offer valuable life lessons. In honor of his birthday we celebrated with great fanfare! We turned our room into Seussville, put on our silly hats and listened to some great stories! Mr. Michael took time out of his busy day to read The Sneetches. He brought the story to life with the classic red and white striped hat! This story by Dr. Seuss told of yellow bird-like creatures who were separated into groups; those having stars on their bellies, and those with none. The star-belly Sneetches thought they were the best and looked down upon the Sneetches without stars. Upon discussion, Mr. Michael asked the children how the plain-bellied Sneetches might have felt when the star-bellied Sneetches would not include them in activities. The children seemed to see the silliness of judging people by their appearance rather than by their character. Dr. Seuss stories expertly teach all kinds of lessons and are full of invitations to build literacy skills. Throughout the week we read and dicussed The Cat in the Hat and One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. On Friday, we had blue jello for snack and once it was set, inserted Swedish fish into it! Some of the children, “would not eat it here or there”, “would not eat it ANYWHERE!” However, several of them LOVED it! “They would eat it in a house” and “they would eat it with a mouse!” Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!
We continue to review our letters, numbers, colors and shapes! This week we will introduce the sensational letter “Ss”! We will introduce the shamrock shape, complete our rainbows, and have a wee bit of fun trying to catch a Leprechaun! Whether you are 100% Irish, or only Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, teaching children about Leprechauns is an exciting way for them to learn about the holiday. We are all on the lookout for those little green clad, pointy eared fellows and their pots of gold! On March 16th and 17th we will celebrate the wearin’ of the green and watch the children discover leprechaun antics!
On Monday, 3/7, we will have a special visitor. Dr. Mindy DDS will stop by to help the children “brush up” on tooth care.
Tic Toc, Tic Toc, Don’t forget to move your clock! (ahead 1 hour) March 13th is Daylight Saving Time! We are looking forward to the longer and later daylight hours. Spring is right around the corner!!
Enjoy the week!
Miss Joanne
Birthdays in March:
Ava 3/14
Zia 3/30

Dates to Remember:
March 16th & 17th St. Patrick’s Day Parties!
March 24th & 25th School closed for Religious Observance.

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Dear Parents,
Well, we’ve sprung forward!!! After months of dark winter nights, I’m happy to suffer through one 23hr. day in exchange for an extra hour of sunlight! Hopefully the children won’t notice that it’s still light out when bedtime rolls around!
This past week in “Circle Time,” we introduced the letter “Ss.” The children learned that S is an unreliable letter that often makes sounds other than the basic “s” sound. For example: (s) as in snake and Superman, (sh) as in shark! To highlight the letter we covered our pre-cut S with sequins. In addition to that, we placed a spoonful of yellow and blue finger paint on each child’s shamrock shape. We then had them use their fingers to mix the colors to get their favorite shade of green! This art project combined the science of color mixing with St. Patrick’s Day fun!
During our “Circle Time” discussions, we talked about sharks and spiders. We read Sharks by Catherine Nichols. The children were fascinated to learn that some sharks are as big as a school bus (whale shark), and some are so small they can fit in the palm of your hand! (cookie-cutter shark). Ask them which sharks people are afraid of most! (Great White). With illustrations on every page, the children soon memorized the names of nearly every shark. We also learned about spiders. Ask your child the difference between insects and spiders. (Insects have 3 body parts, six legs and many also have wings. Spiders have 2 body parts, 8 legs and do not have wings).
We also thought that since we based all our learning around the letter “S”, it might be a good time to get out the anti-smoking message. We discussed the health risks and the importance of making good choices. Our slogan was, “Be smart! Don’t start!”
Two more “S” words that we had some fun with last week was Solar System. The sun, moon, stars and planets are fascinating to young children who see the stars twinkle in the night sky. They learned that there are eight planets since Pluto has been left out in the cold. We learned that there is no evidence of life on other planets. Ask your child which planet is closest to the sun, (Mercury) and why we can’t live there. (Too hot) Ask which planet is the largest (Jupiter) and which one has the rings around it (Saturn). Ask why Mars is called the “red” planet. (red soil)
To demonstrate the planets sizes and locations in the Solar System, we used a Styrofoam kit. We positioned the planets around the sun for some totally far out fun!
We also did some scarf dancing this past week. Dancing in the nursery is already fun, and adding scarves to the mix brings the entertainment to a whole new level! We held our scarves by a corner and waved them around in time to “Let’s Go Fly a Kite!” Everyone got very creative!
This past week we discovered the magic of American Sign Language and let our fingers do the talking!!! We learned to sing and sign the song “Each of Us is a Flower.”
Each of us is a flower
Growing in life’s garden
Each of us is a flower
We need the sun and rain.

Each of us is a flower
Growing in life’s garden
Each of us is a flower
We need the sun and rain.

Sun, shine your warmth on me
Moon, cool me with your night
Wind, bring the gentle rain
Earth, take my roots down deep.

The children acquired it easily! I’m confident your child will be thrilled to practice his/her “secret language” with you! Ask them to sign words like….Mom, Dad, cat, dog, more, thank you, and I love you!!! Just like learning a foreign language, sign language opens up a new path of communication, especially with the hearing impaired. It’s also FUN and a great skill to learn at an early age. The children were eager to practice what they learned during free play and snack time! Olivia G. has been proudly signing “thank you” since we first introduced it!
Snakes with their flicking tongues, unblinking stares, incredible agility and no visible arms or legs were topics of conversations this past week as well. Naturally, we had to have some fun with a “Rattlesnake Eggs” prank!!! The envelope the eggs were in warned of the dangers, still, many of the children were beyond curious. They’d learned that rattlesnakes are best known for their rattles and that when you hear it, you should RUN! However, they were fairly confident that these eggs wouldn’t hatch till spring. So, several victims, including, Gavin, Avani and Ajaye volunteered to open the envelope and report to us what the tiny eggs looked like! Little did they know that inside the envelope, there was a rubber band assembly that uncoiled, causing a loud rattling sound as if the eggs had hatched. All three of them boldly stepped forward to open the envelope. ALL courageous….UNTIL…..the rattle sounded!!! Hilarious! Priceless!
In case you would like to sing along to our weekly flip chart song, it went as follows:
Ss (to the tune Row, Row, Row Your Boat)
Sing, sing, sing a song,
sing a silly song.
Singily, jingily,
ringily, swingily,
won’t you sing along?
We continue to review our numbers, colors and shapes. This week’s letter focus will be “Tt”. To keep the children immersed in the learning, on Monday, March 14th, we will have a “Tea Party.”
We will also begin focusing on Easter! Since Easter eggs and the Easter bunny symbolize fertility and new life, we will center our crafts on rabbits, baskets and colored eggs!
We are gearing up for our St. Patrick’s Day parties on Wednesday and Thursday. It is very difficult to catch a tricky leprechaun but we are sure having a lot of fun trying!!! Gavin is determined to catch one for himself and brought in his trusty net to try and accomplish that!!! Encourage your child to spread some Irish cheer by wearing GREEN on March 16th and 17th!
To reinforce the concept that letter U always follows Q in words, we will hold a “ROYAL WEDDING” during “Uu” week. On Wednesday, March 30th we will hold a royal wedding in the nursery classroom. It will be complete with music, decorations, ceremony and reception. Your child is encouraged to bring a gift for the happy couple but it must start with a Q or U. (ie: Q-tips, Quaker Oats, quarter). Please see attached formal invitation.
“Wishin’ you a pot o’ gold and all the joy your heart can hold.” Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Miss Joanne
Birthdays in March:
Ava 3/14
Zia 3/30

Dates to Remember:
March 14th “Tt” is for TEA PARTY!!!
March 16th & 17th St. Patrick’s Day Parties!
March 20th Spring arrives!!
March 23rd Easter Party!
March 24th & 25th School closed for Religious Observance
March 30th The Royal Wedding of Letters Q & U!!!!

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Dear Pre-K Families,
We introduced the letter “Ss” this week. The children made a “Silly Scarecrow” puppet and practiced writing the letter “Ss”. They also thought of many words that begin with the letter “Ss” including our friend Savannah!
Our class has been enjoying the beautiful spring-like weather this week! We are changing our classroom over from Winter to Spring. Beautiful kites are hanging up with the 100 squares each child glued on as well as their large leprechauns hanging all over our room. We have begun creating our spring creation for our door. We will say goodbye to the penguins and hello to flowers, butterflies, and many other spring decorations! We will be painting the children’s feet to hang up as we “walk through spring”.
The girls and boys have been practicing reading their site words as they write in their journal. All throughout the day we reinforce the sounds of each letter to help your children recognize words and read words.
We are constantly reinforcing the children’s fine motor skills. They are now cutting out all of the pieces to every project and puppet that we make. The class practices writing on a daily basis as well. We are also constantly counting throughout the day. Many of the children love to be challenged with questions that require adding and subtracting. I am so proud of all of the effort and hard work your children put in every day. They have come very far from where they started in September. Just wait to see their progress by June!

I hope you enjoy your weekend!

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

*Thursday, March 17 we will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Please try to have your child wear something green.
*Friday, March 18 we will have our annual “Tt” Party!
*Wednesday, March 23 we will celebrate Spring and Easter with a party. Please feel free to send your child to school with a peanut free treat for our class.

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Dear Pre-K Families,
We introduced the letter “Rr” this week. The children made a “Randy Robot” puppet. We discussed the sound the letter makes and the children thought of many words that begin with the letter “Rr”.
The boys and girls had such a great time celebrating the 100th day of school last week. Each child had a turn counting out the 100 items that they brought in. The boys and girls had fun counting and stringing 100 beads to make their “100 Day Necklace”. They also counted 100 colorful squares, which they glued on to make a kite in preparation for Spring!
This week we have been enjoying many different Dr. Seuss books and celebrating Dr. Seuss as both an author and illustrator. Our class has a lot of fun reading his books and listening for all of the rhyming words. We have also been learning about weather. We have read many books about clouds, volcanoes, and tornadoes. We also read It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw. Each of the children pretended to be scientists by going outside and discovering the type of clouds that were in the sky each day. They also saw that the clouds could look like many different things, as shown in the book we read. Each child made their own cloud picture with white paint and interpreted the end result. Some children saw a butterfly, a rocket ship, a honeycomb, and a leaf. When we were outside we saw thin wispy clouds, or cirrus clouds as well as cumulus puffy clouds on the past few sunny days. On a snowy day the class saw stratus clouds, which were lower in the sky and gray. The entire class has thoroughly enjoyed learning about weather and making observations each day.
The highlight of our week was making volcanoes and watching them erupt! The children were fascinated as each child took a turn combining baking soda, vinegar, and red food coloring, pouring that into a bottle surrounded by soil. The “lava” came bubbling up and pouring down the “mountain”. We really enjoyed learning about all types of weather this week!

Enjoy your weekend!

Miss Lori and Miss Kristine

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Dear Parents,         

Well, we’re in the midst of another cold weather system!

On February 2nd, we had some “Punxsutawney Phil” educational, interactive fun!  The children experienced a complete groundhog celebration!  We kept the children engaged with props, stories, crafts, shadow puppets and a special groundhog snack!  On Tuesday amidst mostly sunny skies, the weather prophet extraordinaire, emerged from his burrow in Punxsutawney, PA., and did NOT see his shadow!  To cheers and applause the Groundhog Emcee proclaimed….“There is no shadow to be cast, an early spring is my forecast!”

 Let’s hope he’s right, but if you want more snow, take heart.  Phil isn’t a particularly accurate meteorologist!           

After our Hogtivities ended on Tuesday, we were looking forward to some pre-game “Super Bowl” fun on Friday!  Unfortunately, due to a surprise snowstorm, we missed it!  Did anyone see that one coming????

This week we will shovel up even MORE fun by celebrating holidays, events and the playful letter “Pp”!

Gung-Hay-Fat-Choy!  Have a prosperous and good year!!!  Chinese culture is full of animals, fire-breathing dragons and yummy foods….all sure to inspire the children!  The more excited and informed they are about different cultures, the more they will get out of the celebration!  Monday 2/8, we have some fun activities planned as we teach the children about Chinese New Year traditions.  We will launch our celebration by reading two books, My First Chinese New Year by Karen Katz and Lion Dancer:-Ernie Wan’s Chinese New Year by Kate Waters. We will celebrate the “Year of the Monkey”, with a parade around our classroom proudly displaying our dragon crafts.  We will play songs that will give flavor to this happy celebration and sample some traditional foods.  Since we are a peanut-free facility, the children will sample: lo-mein (buttered spaghetti), Chinese noodles, orange slices and fortune cookies!  Chopsticks will be provided to help us get a “taste” of another culture!  Our classroom will be transformed into an exciting learning center as we celebrate this holiday’s underlying message of peace and happiness.

On Tuesday we’ll have another excuse to party!  Since Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) marks the end of carnival season, we will throw a fun celebration in our classroom with sparkling purple, green and gold decorations, festive foods and Cajun dance music!  The children will put on masks, blow horns and have another wild and crazy parade!  With beads, trinkets and lively spirits, we will reflect and define the cultural tradition of New Orleans!  They will get a Bourbon Street experience without ever leaving Westbury!!

We continue to meet a new letter friend each week and are reviewing our shapes, colors and numbers.  This week we will introduce the letter “Pp”, and look forward to discussing some famous Presidents!  On Wednesday and Thursday we will have our Valentine Pajama Party!  Treats will include PANCAKES, and since the children love being read to, we will cuddle up with a great book or two!  Since love will be in the air, we will also celebrate by sharing cards.  Please remember not to address Valentines to each individual friend.  This makes the time it takes to pass them out, much quicker!  There are now 23 friends in nursery.

This past week in “Circle Time” we introduced the letter “Oo”.  It was explained that “Oo” is one of those letters that sometimes makes the same sound as its name.  Examples of words with the “long-O” sound such as ….oval, Olaf and Obama were given.  The children were then told that “Oo” makes another sound, as in words like octopus, owl, ostrich and otter. To reinforce the letter we decorated our orange O’s with little “o” hole reinforcements.  We also made outrageous octopus!

Our “Circle Time” discussions taught us some fun facts about octopus, ostrich and owls.  Ask your children how many arms an octopus has and what it does to make a quick escape when threatened (releases ink).  Your children should also be able to tell you that an owl is nocturnal (active at night) and can’t move or roll its eyes.  Because they have forward facing eyes, they must turn their entire head to see in a different direction.  They learned that the ostrich is the world’s largest living bird!  They can’t fly but they’re fast runners.  An ostrich eye is larger than its brain!  We also challenged them to use their thinking skills to recognize opposites.  Ask them to name a few!

Here in the nursery we encourage music of all kinds.  This past week we introduced the children to some opera!  Our CD had a calming factor that was truly quite amazing.  To open their ears to different forms of musical expression is so much fun, especially when we try to imitate opera stars!

Our flip-chart song for the letter “Oo” went like this:

Oo (to the tune My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean)

An octopus swam in the ocean,

swam over the waves in the sea.

It raised its arms out of the water,

and waved eight times to me.

Oh, me! Oh, my!

There it goes, swimming by… yi yi yi.

Oh, me! Oh, my!

That octopus just waved bye, bye.

“Bye”, “Bye”.

This week we will complete our “Valentine’s for Veterans”. The children will be able to personally drop the cards that they made both at home and in school, into our special mailbox. A special thanks to all parents that have made this a family project. The heartfelt wishes that reinforce the support and gratitude these brave men and women so greatly deserve will be delivered to our Veterans at the Northport VA Hospital in time for Valentine’s Day.

When we return after the break, we will look at the great contributions that Black Americans have made to our society as we celebrate Black History.

On February 24th & 25th we will close out the month with our 100th Day of School celebration!!!  How is that even possible?!  We will celebrate being 100 days smarter by having you and your child put together a collection of 100 things.  The collection must fit into a gallon size Ziploc bag.  We will display all the collections and give awards for the various categories. (See attached sheet.)  In past years, some of our collections included buttons, mini legoes, stickers, cotton balls, rice, band-aids, cheerios, plastic action figures, pom-poms, golf T’s, pennies and even 100 lipstick kisses from Mommy!! ! The sky’s the limit!!!  Let’s show some creativity.

Roses are red, violets are blue, happy Valentine’s Day, from all of us, to you!                                                              


Miss Joanne

Dates to Remember:

2/10  – Deadline for Valentine for Vets cards!

2/10 & 2/11 – Valentine, pajama, pancake days!! – WEAR PAJAMAS!

2/15 thru 2/19-Winter Recess (NO SCHOOL)

2/22-Welcome Back!

 (Start bringing in 100th day collections.)

2/24 & 2/25 – 100th Day of School Celebrations!