Monday9/26: Career Day! Dress for success in the career of your choice! Students may wear a suit or work costume/uniform today.
Tuesday 9/27: Green Your Campus! Bring plants and seeds to donate for our school garden! Oh, and wear green!
Wednesday9/28: Picture Day! Look your Firebird Best for Picture Day! Students must wear their uniforms.
Thursday9/29: Sports Day! Students may wear a jersey or a sports shirt/uniform to school!
Friday9/30: Pajama Day! Wear Pajamas and bring a pillow to school for a cozy reading day!
Weekly Academic Focus
Counting objects up to 10
Writing numbers from 1-10
Arranging objects in different arrangements (linear,circular,scattered)
Students will be drawing, labeling, and writing a sentence about their illustration
The Gingerbread Man (Fairytale )
Letter E and F
Parent Educational Tips
Responsibility and Independence is a concept that we are teaching at school. To make sure your child is has consistency, implement structures and routines to follow at home.
Provide a place where they can complete their homework without any distractions
Make sure they have they have their GREEN folder EVERYDAY!!!
Check their homework
Read every night for 20 min and log books read
Tool of the Month: Breathing Tool
Say to Yourself:"I calm myself and check-in"
Awareness of breathing brings immediate calm and time to think. It is a bridge to self-reflection that guides one toward effective choices and positive change. Cultures across the world have recognized the breath as a gateway to wisdom. Without the healthy ability to practice inner-calm and self-reflection, it is difficult to learn, relate to others, or know oneself. Attention to breathing is the key to self-control, understanding, and genuine connection with others.
We are encouraging each and every families to practice with us and your kids this powerful tool to achieve, calmness, inner peace, clarity in mind and positivity in attitude.
Parent volunteers offer a huge resource and support base for our school community while showing our kids the importance of participating in the larger community. Not only will the school reap the benefits of your involvement — you will, too. By interacting with teachers, administrators, and other parents on a regular basis, you'll gain a firsthand understanding of your child's daily activities. You'll also tap into trends and fads of school life that can help you communicate with your kids as they grow and change (all without intruding on their privacy or personal space). Ask your child's teacher today how you can volunteer.
Thank you to all parents that have donated so many items to our classrooms.