Archive for the “Preschool” Category
Sep 30 2013
Picture Day Schedule
Tuesday, Oct. 1st (tomorrow)
Wednesday, October 2nd
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PRESCHOOL TO START ON AUG. 8TH.
AM & PM CLASSES WILL RESUME ON AUG 8TH INSTEAD OF AUG 7TH BECAUSE OF THE FIRST DAY BEING A HALF DAY.
Preschool students will have a few things displayed at the Academic Fair. The Preschool classes have also been invited to participate in the Spring Concert with the rest of the elementary school. More details to follow.
This will be the last day of school for all Preschool students this year. We will have our Preschool Ice Cream Social and Celebration that evening at 6:30 pm. Ice Cream will be provided, please bring your family’s favorite ice cream topping to share!
Preschool will not attend school this day. However, all Preschool Students are in invited to attend the Elementary Fun Day in the afternoon with a parent. There will be activities specifically for Preschool students to attend.
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April 25, 2013 – 9:00 am to 11:00 am: Preschool age students are invited to join current preschool students in their classroom for a morning of learning and fun. Preschool visitation is open to all children ages 3 (by Christmas 2013) and 4. Parents are welcome! Registration also begins April 25th and continues through the fall as space is available.
Reserve a Spot for Visitation by April 15
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To give the children the best learning environment, we will be splitting our preschool class into a morning and an afternoon session. This change will take place after Christmas break – beginning January 2, 2013. The younger students will attend the morning session while those students eligible for kindergarten in the fall will attend the afternoon session. This change will allow Mrs. Heiting to better individualize activities to the group and to each student.
Morning Session: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Breakfast will be served.)
Afternoon Session: 12:00 to 4:00 p.m. (Lunch will be served.)
The schedule for the preschoolers will be much the same. Drop off and pick up will still be in the classroom. Their day will still include Circle Time, Small Group, PE, Music, Free Play, Outside Time, Etc.
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The Preschoolers started to visit the library this month. They listen to a story, then get a bag of books. There are ten books in the bag for parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, anyone to read to their preschooler. The books came from various sources. The bags were donated by the Security First Bank and filled by the National Honor Society. We have 50 bags to rotate among the preschoolers. Our goal is to have every preschooler be read to for at least 10 minutes every day. Next month the Noah’s Ark Preschool will join the program. If there are other preschoolers in the community who would like to join the program, call Mrs. Matthews at the school (638-4434) for more information.