Monday, May 21, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 5/20

Dear Parents,

I will be out on Thursday, May 24th and Wednesday, May 30th for school business. 

If your child has a summer birthday, please check the birthday celebrations link for their assigned school birthday. Students can bring goodie bags to the class to celebrate their day. 

Homework

*There will be no more homework coming home; however, students should continue to practice their independent writing, reading, and addition/subtraction facts. 

*I will continue to send home the white envelopes with student work and fliers. 

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 


What we will be doing this week: 

Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight words, "be" and "it". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will continue to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4

Students will begin to learn place value of numbers 10-20.
Parent Tips Module 5


Science
We will be studying insects. Our caterpillars have arrived and we will be watching them go through the butterfly life cycle. Once our caterpillars become butterflies our students will help to set them free. 

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Monday, May 28th- No SchoolMemorial Day Holiday
Tuesday, May 29th- We will have a visit from YSI. Students will get to see various pond animals.
Thursday, May 31st- Art Vista Art Show in cafeteria
Friday, June 1st- Class Party/Splash Bash (1:00-2:30pm). Students will wear their bathing suit under their clothes and bring water shoes or flip flops. Please bring a beach towel and a change of clothes. Students should also wear sunscreen.

Friday June 1st- Alta Vista Variety Show
Tuesday, June 5th- Kindergarten Promotion Ceremony (1:30-2:50pm). All parents are welcome to attend.
Wednesday, June 6th- School-wide Olympic Day- Students will wear their class t-shirt and sunscreen. They can also wear a hat if needed. 

Wednesday, June 6th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Thursday, June 7th- Last Day of School (All AM & PM students at 8:05am-11:25am)








Sunday, May 13, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 5/13

On Wednesday, May 16th we have a Wacky Wednesday and our Open House event. Kids and all family members are welcome to attend to check out all the hard work students have done. 

If your child has a summer birthday, please check the birthday celebrations link for their assigned school birthday. Students can bring goodie bags to the class to celebrate their day. 

Homework

*There will be no more homework coming home; however, students should continue to practice their independent writing, reading, and addition/subtraction facts. 

*I will continue to send home the white envelopes with student work and fliers. 

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 


What we will be doing this week: 

Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight words, "this" and "in". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will continue to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4

Students will begin to learn place value of numbers 10-20.
Parent Tips Module 5


Science
We will be studying insects. Our caterpillars have arrived and we will be watching them go through the butterfly life cycle. Once our caterpillars become butterflies our students will help to set them free. 

Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Manuela Feldens/Susie Li
Tuesday- Melissa Scheel/Susie Li
Thursday- No Stations
Friday- No Stations 

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Wednesday, May 16th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Wednesday, May 16th- Open House (7pm-8pm) in K-1 and feel free to check out the first grade classrooms. Students and all family members are welcome to attend this event. Students will take home all work that is placed on their desk including their person.
Friday, May 18th- Project Cornerstone
Monday, May 28th- No SchoolMemorial Day Holiday

Tuesday, May 29th- We will have a visit from YSI. Students will get to see various pond animals.
Thursday, May 31st- Art Vista Art Show in cafeteria
Friday, June 1st- Class Party/Splash Bash (1:00-2:30pm). Students will wear their bathing suit under their clothes and bring water shoes or flip flops. Please bring a beach towel and a change of clothes. Students should also wear sunscreen.

Friday June 1st- Alta Vista Variety Show
Tuesday, June 5th- Kindergarten Promotion Ceremony (1:30-2:50pm). All parents are welcome to attend.
Wednesday, June 6th- School-wide Olympic Day- Students will wear their class t-shirt and sunscreen. They can also wear a hat if needed. 

Wednesday, June 6th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Thursday, June 7th- Last Day of School (All AM & PM students at 8:05am-11:25am)









Monday, May 7, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 5/6

Our Mother's Day Play will be on Friday, May 11th at 1:30pm in our classroom. 

If your child has a summer birthday, please check the birthday celebrations link for their assigned school birthday. Students can bring goodie bags to the class to celebrate their day. 

Homework

*This will be our last week of homework. Let's make it the best!!

*I will continue to send home the white envelopes with student work and fliers. 

Blue book bags are to be returned on Monday with the book and any homework assignments inside

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 

Journal component for homework is beginning this week:
For the remainder of the year students will be doing a journal as a part of their homework.  I have included an explanation of this process in their blue book bags. Please read the explanation carefully. We ask that students use pencil only to write and no markers for coloring their picture, as they are messy. The picture they draw should be complete and needs to match their writing. I always share a couple of journals for each week that have followed all of the directions and are great examples to show the class. Students will be doing either an opinion or informational writing depending on the book they receive. I listed several ideas for sentence starters and topics in the form that I am sending home.  The goal is to encourage independent writing. You can begin with having them form complete sentences orally prior to writing something down. We ask that parents do not have students copy sentences from the book or ones they have written for them. You can assist them in sounding out words so they can spell them phonetically, sight words should be spelled correctly. Encouraging your child to be an independent writer will help build their self-confidence and better prepare them for first grade. There will also be two formal writing assessments given this year.

*We will have our final writing assessment that is reported to the district on Friday, May 25th. Students will be required to write their opinion based on a book we will read in class. The teachers will not be able to help students so this writing will be completely independent and scored using a district designed rubric. Please continue to practice independent writing at home so students can spell phonetically and write a complete sentence. Encourage students to read their own writing and make sure it makes sense. Remind students that sentences begin with an uppercase letter and must end with the correct punctuation mark.

What we will be doing this week: 


Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight words, "they" and "not". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will continue to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4


Students will begin to learn place value of numbers 10-20.
Parent Tips Module 5


Science
We will be studying insects. Our caterpillars have arrived and we will be watching them go through the butterfly life cycle. Once our caterpillars become butterflies our students will help to set them free. 

Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Manuela Feldens
Tuesday- Tyler Ichien
Thursday- Michelle Skinner
Friday- No Stations 

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Friday, May 11th- Mother's Day Celebration @ 1:30pm in K-1 (Mom's save the date!)
Friday May 11th- Alta Vista Fantasy Faire 5:00-8:30pm
Wednesday, May 16th- Open House
Monday, May 28th- No School: Memorial Day Holiday
Thursday, May 31st- Art Vista Art Show in cafeteria
Friday, June 1st- Class Party
Friday June 1st- Alta Vista Variety Show
Tuesday, June 5th- Kindergarten Promotion Ceremony-- please attend!
Wednesday, June 6th- School-wide Olympic Day

Wednesday, June 6th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Thursday, June 7th- Last Day of School (All AM & PM students at 8:05am-11:25am)










Sunday, April 29, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 4/29



Homework

Blue book bags are to be returned on Monday with the book and any homework assignments inside

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 

Journal component for homework is beginning this week:
For the remainder of the year students will be doing a journal as a part of their homework.  I have included an explanation of this process in their blue book bags. Please read the explanation carefully. We ask that students use pencil only to write and no markers for coloring their picture, as they are messy. The picture they draw should be complete and needs to match their writing. I always share a couple of journals for each week that have followed all of the directions and are great examples to show the class. Students will be doing either an opinion or informational writing depending on the book they receive. I listed several ideas for sentence starters and topics in the form that I am sending home.  The goal is to encourage independent writing. You can begin with having them form complete sentences orally prior to writing something down. We ask that parents do not have students copy sentences from the book or ones they have written for them. You can assist them in sounding out words so they can spell them phonetically, sight words should be spelled correctly. Encouraging your child to be an independent writer will help build their self-confidence and better prepare them for first grade. There will also be two formal writing assessments given this year.

What we will be doing this week: 


Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight word, "had". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will begin to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4


Science
We will be studying insects. 

Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Manuela Feldens
Tuesday- Melissa Scheel
Thursday- Michelle Skinner
Friday- Fargol Givehki

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Friday, May 11th- Mother's Day Celebration (Mom's save the date!)
Friday May 11th- Alta Vista Fantasy Faire 5:00-8:30pm
Wednesday, May 16th- Open House
Monday, May 28th- No School: Memorial Day Holiday
Thursday, May 31st- Art Vista Art Show in cafeteria
Friday, June 1st- Class Party
Friday June 1st- Alta Vista Variety Show
Tuesday, June 5th- Kindergarten Promotion Ceremony-- please attend!
Wednesday, June 6th- School-wide Olympic Day

Wednesday, June 6th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Thursday, June 7th- Last Day of School (All AM & PM students at 8:05am-11:25am)











Sunday, April 22, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 4/22

We have a Wacky Wednesday/field trip this week on April 25th. Remember drop off is at 10am and pick up is at 1:20pm. Please arrive on time as we will be loading on the bus right away for the field trip. Students should use the restroom prior to coming to class if possible. Students will need to wear tennis shoes, class t-shirt, and sunscreen. Please bring a small snack in a paper bag with their name on it and a plastic water bottle. Everything should be disposable. All parents attending the field trip can check in at the office and then meet us in the classroom. If there is room on the bus you are welcome to come. I will not know for sure until the day of. Otherwise parents can carpool and follow us there. Parent volunteers will stagger themselves between students so that everyone is looked after. The farm is a large area and we need to make sure all students stay together. Parents can also help during snack time with hand sanitizer and passing out snacks. Students do not need a backpack unless attending daycare after school. We will have both classes belongings in the room at the same time so the less we have the easier it will be. 

Homework
Baby Guessing homework is due Monday. 

Blue book bags are to be returned on Monday with the book and any homework assignments inside

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 

Journal component for homework is beginning this week:
For the remainder of the year students will be doing a journal as a part of their homework.  I have included an explanation of this process in their blue book bags. Please read the explanation carefully. We ask that students use pencil only to write and no markers for coloring their picture, as they are messy. The picture they draw should be complete and needs to match their writing. I always share a couple of journals for each week that have followed all of the directions and are great examples to show the class. Students will be doing either an opinion or informational writing depending on the book they receive. I listed several ideas for sentence starters and topics in the form that I am sending home.  The goal is to encourage independent writing. You can begin with having them form complete sentences orally prior to writing something down. We ask that parents do not have students copy sentences from the book or ones they have written for them. You can assist them in sounding out words so they can spell them phonetically, sight words should be spelled correctly. Encouraging your child to be an independent writer will help build their self-confidence and better prepare them for first grade. There will also be two formal writing assessments given this year.

What we will be doing this week: 


Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight word, "went/that". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will begin to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4


Science
We will be talking about life on the farm to prepare for our field trip. 

Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Manuela Feldens
Tuesday- Melissa Scheel
Thursday- Michelle Skinner
Friday- Jennifer Hoe

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Wednesday, April 25th- Wacky Wednesday/Field trip to Emma Prusch Farm  (10am-1:20pm)
Friday, May 11th- Mother's Day Celebration (Mom's save the date!)
Friday May 11th- Alta Vista Fantasy Faire 5:00-8:30pm
Wednesday, May 16th- Open House
Monday, May 28th- No School: Memorial Day Holiday
Thursday, May 31st- Art Vista Art Show in cafeteria
Friday, June 1st- Class Party
Friday June 1st- Alta Vista Variety Show
Tuesday, June 5th- Kindergarten Promotion Ceremony-- please attend!
Wednesday, June 6th- School-wide Olympic Day

Wednesday, June 6th- Wacky Wednesday (10am-1:20pm)
Thursday, June 7th- Last Day of School (All AM & PM students arrive at 8:05am-11:25am)












Sunday, March 25, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 3/25

We have a Wacky Wednesday this week on March 28th. Remember drop off is at 10am and pick up is at 1:20pm. Please arrive on time as we will be attending an assembly in the cafeteria at 10:10am. If you arrive late please meet us in the cafeteria, but make sure to first check in with the office. 

Homework
Blue book bags are to be returned on Monday with the book and any homework assignments inside

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 

Journal component for homework is beginning this week:
For the remainder of the year students will be doing a journal as a part of their homework.  I have included an explanation of this process in their blue book bags. Please read the explanation carefully. We ask that students use pencil only to write and no markers for coloring their picture, as they are messy. The picture they draw should be complete and needs to match their writing. I always share a couple of journals for each week that have followed all of the directions and are great examples to show the class. Students will be doing either an opinion or informational writing depending on the book they receive. I listed several ideas for sentence starters and topics in the form that I am sending home.  The goal is to encourage independent writing. You can begin with having them form complete sentences orally prior to writing something down. We ask that parents do not have students copy sentences from the book or ones they have written for them. You can assist them in sounding out words so they can spell them phonetically, sight words should be spelled correctly. Encouraging your child to be an independent writer will help build their self-confidence and better prepare them for first grade. There will also be two formal writing assessments given this year.

What we will be doing this week: 


Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight word, "of". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will begin to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4


Science
For the next couple of weeks students will study our science topic on wood and paper. Students will explore different types of wood including plywood and particle board and observe how they are similar vs. different. Students will do experiments with water including a sink and float activity. We will also observe various types of paper and determine which are best for writing and which are stronger for building boxes etc. Students will do paper mache, make a paper box, and make their own paper. We will also test various types of paper with water to determine which will absorb and which will repel.  

Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Manuela Feldens
Tuesday- Elaine Yoo
Thursday- Michelle Skinner
Friday- Fargol Givehki

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Wednesday, March 28th- Wacky Wednesday/Safety Assembly: More info here http://bit.ly/2Ix5DkG (10am-1:20pm)
Friday, April 6th- Spring Fling
April 9th-13th- No School: Spring Break
Wednesday, April 18th- Art Vistas
Wednesday, April 25th- Wacky Wednesday/Field trip to Emma Prusch Farm  (10am-1:20pm)
Friday, May 11th- Mother's Day Celebration










Sunday, March 18, 2018

Weekly Newsletter 3/18

Make-up Conferences will be this week. I have to double check that the conference room is available in the morning before I confirm our location. Friday we may have to use the Media Center. I will let you know tomorrow. Any conferences after school will be held in our classroom. 

Homework
Blue book bags are to be returned on Monday with the book and any homework assignments inside

Wednesday envelopes will also be found inside the blue book bag but will need to be emptied and returned to class Thursday. Please take the time to look through all of the contents for comments on student work or important fliers. 

Journal component for homework is beginning this week:
For the remainder of the year students will be doing a journal as a part of their homework.  I have included an explanation of this process in their blue book bags. Please read the explanation carefully. We ask that students use pencil only to write and no markers for coloring their picture, as they are messy. The picture they draw should be complete and needs to match their writing. I always share a couple of journals for each week that have followed all of the directions and are great examples to show the class. Students will be doing either an opinion or informational writing depending on the book they receive. I listed several ideas for sentence starters and topics in the form that I am sending home.  The goal is to encourage independent writing. You can begin with having them form complete sentences orally prior to writing something down. We ask that parents do not have students copy sentences from the book or ones they have written for them. You can assist them in sounding out words so they can spell them phonetically, sight words should be spelled correctly. Encouraging your child to be an independent writer will help build their self-confidence and better prepare them for first grade. There will also be two formal writing assessments given this year.

What we will be doing this week: 


Language Arts 


We will continue learning the alphabet and letter sounds. Please take time at home to review them as well.
This week students will learn the sight word, "said". It would be helpful for students to practice recognizing these words at home as well. You can make flashcards, memory games, Go Fish, and other fun ways to make learning the sight words easy!

We use the Handwriting Without Tears program to help students practice writing the letter of the week while strengthening their fine motor skills. Students will have a chalkboard with a small piece of sponge, paper towel, and chalk. Students will begin by tracing the letter with their wet sponge. Then they will trace it again with their paper towel to dry the area. Finally, students will use their small piece of chalk to write the letter on their own. We call this process, "Wet-Dry-Try". There is also an App available for Handwriting Without Tears that you can purchase to practice the process at home.



Math 
Students will begin to learn addition and subtraction. We will start by using number bonds to decompose and compose numbers and then work towards addition and subtraction equations. Please click on the link below for more information regarding this topic. 

Parent Tips Module 4


Science
For the next couple of weeks students will study our science topic on wood and paper. Students will explore different types of wood including plywood and particle board and observe how they are similar vs. different. Students will do experiments with water including a sink and float activity. We will also observe various types of paper and determine which are best for writing and which are stronger for building boxes etc. Students will do paper mache, make a paper box, and make their own paper. We will also test various types of paper with water to determine which will absorb and which will repel.  


Station Helpers: 
(Stations will now begin at 1:15 and end at 2:15pm. Please arrive early to check in at the office.)
Monday- Giao Perez
Tuesday- Mallory Masters-Ichien
Thursday- Michelle Skinner
Friday- No School

Makerspace will be every other Wacky Wednesday except for field trips


PE will be on Wednesdays with Coach Sierra from Recess 101 at 2:00pm and 11am on Wacky Wednesdays 


Upcoming Events:
Friday, March 23rd- No School: Staff Development Day
Wednesday, March 28th- Wacky Wednesday/Safety Assembly: More info here http://bit.ly/2Ix5DkG (10am-1:20pm)
Friday, April 6th- Spring Fling
April 9th-13th- No School: Spring Break
Wednesday, April 18th- Art Vistas
Wednesday, April 25th- Wacky Wednesday/Field trip to Emma Prusch Farm  (10am-1:20pm)
Friday, May 11th- Mother's Day Celebration