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LEARNING IS "OWL-WAYS" FUN!!

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“A” week – The beginning!! Your children are learning the routines of the classroom and the beginning of the alphabet! We had fun learning how to write the letter “A”. We learned many words that begin with “A”. We spent a lot of time on apples; coloring them, counting them, singing about them and learning the different stages of how an apple grows. We made funny “Acorn faces” for our hall and we had our first Show & Tell. It’s been a busy week!

Welcome to September….below are some important dates:
9/3 No School
9/4 Celebrate Rachel’s B-Day
9/5 Eddie’s B-Day
9/10 New student begins – Andrew Tabeta - also picture day.
9/10-14 Color week - wear the colors of the day!
9/11 Maggie & Ollie’s B-Day
9/15 Brentwood Days Parade – Join us in the parade!
9/28 St. Mary Magdalen Food Truck Night!!

9/10-14 “C” week we will be working on colors. Each day the children may dress out of uniform in the two colors of the day. (The colors will be on my Notes & Reminders for “C” week)
Brentwood Days: September 14 & 15….this is not to be missed! All rides are free! The children will have a wonderful time and it’s a great way to get to know other parents! The parade is on Saturday and we will walk together as a class, please join us!! Saturday night’s fireworks are fantastic!!

Friday night Food Truck: 9/28 - Mark your calendar now….this was very well attended last year and everyone had a great time enjoying the food and band.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “B” Week
September 3rd – September 7th, 2018



MONDAY: No School – Labor Day

TUESDAY: Celebrate Rachel’s B-Day
Homework due
Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers

WEDNESDAY: Eddie’s B-Day
I-Pad

THURSDAY: Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Patterson Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “B”
Bible story – (Seeds begins 9/23)
Perkins Snack

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“B” week was a hit! I trust you all heard about “Band-Aid Man”? They can be seen in the hall and below is a copy of the song. (Sung to the tune of the old Spider Man theme song.)

Band-aid Man, Band-aid Man.
Does whatever a Band-aid can!
Covers cuts, keeps them clean.
Sticks on for as long as you need.
Look out!! Here comes the Band-aid Man!

Is he strong? Listen, bud,
He keeps germs away from blood.
He can stick, to hands and feet
Keeping injuries clean and neat.
Hey there! There goes the Band-aid Man!!

We also enjoyed two special “B”irthdays, sang and danced to Teddy “B”ear, Teddy “B”ear, learned and drew what we all had for “B”reakfast, colored lots of pictures of “B”utterflies, “B”alloons, “B”arney, had a “B”utton lesson on same and different and came up with many new “B” words!!! And all in a short week!!! Whew!

“C” week here we come!! Don’t forget your colors each day!


MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “C” Week
September 10th – September 14th, 2018



MONDAY: Welcome to a new student - Andrew Tabeta
Picture day
Homework due
Wear Pink/Red
Music
Sheehan Snack

TUESDAY: Maggie & Ollie’s B-Day
Wear Yellow/Green
Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers

WEDNESDAY: Wear Orange/Brown
I-Pad Wednesday
Sinovich Snack

THURSDAY: Wear Blue/Purple
Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Suliman Snack

FRIDAY: Wear Black/White
Show & Tell “C”
Bible story – (Seeds begins 9/23)
Wilkins Snack

SATURDAY: Parade 12:00pm
Brentwood Days!

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We showed our colors during "C" week!!! It was easy to spot my class at recess!! :) Everyone was so colorful!
We also had fun eating and making "C"eral necklaces, celebrating Maggie and Ollie's birthday, counting to 30, practiced making "C"ircles and talked about many words that begin with "C"!

We had fun on the playground with our 4th grade buddies. They have really bonded with their buddy and look forward to our next time together. Hopefully the weather stays nice for awhile and our time can continue to be outside. Once the weather does turn cold, we will spend time either playing in the classroom or reading books in the library.

Looking ahead: 9/25 cookie day - .50 buys a cookie and money is used to buy laundry soap etc. for Webster/Rockhill Ministries (6th grade’s service project)
9/26 shhhhh we are making eggs in class as a surprise….no allergies to eggs right?
9/28 STMM Food Truck Night



MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “D” Week
September 17th – September 21st, 2018



MONDAY: Baptismal Feast Day
Homework due
Music
Brunk Snack

TUESDAY: Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Carroll Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Gaadt Snack

THURSDAY: Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Halvacchs Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “D”
Seeds
Lee Snack

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D week was full of Dinosaurs!!! Andrew helped me pronounce them correctly and everyone loved learning about them, making crafts of them and playing with the toy ones I've added to the science center.
We also spent some time on dot-to-dots and the children really struggle with their numbers 1-10. Please work on these at home as I work on them at school.
We practiced using glue :). In your folder is "The Dot Family". We used green glue to squeeze baby dots, mommy dots and daddy dots so they are familiar with how much glue to use for different projects.
In this weeks folder you will find some information on using scissors as well as samples of their cutting. Letting your child cut from a magazine is great fun for them while it builds fine motor strength (which improves writing), develops eye-hand coordination, increases bilateral coordination and improves focus and attention.


Looking ahead to "E" week:

Payton will be baptized on Sunday the 23rd and we will all be praying and thinking of her this weekend.

We will be learning about our "E"arth, where the united states is, where Missouri is and finally where St. Louis is. We will be playing a listening bingo game because "E"ars are for listening, we will be making scrambled "E"ggs as a surprise and learning about Johnny Appleseed on his birthday the 26th. Don't forget your "E" show & tell for Friday!!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “E” Week
September 24th – September 28th, 2018



MONDAY: Homework due
All School Prayer
Music
Meczkowski Snack

TUESDAY: Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Cookie Day – 50 cents buys a cookie
Mejia Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Shhhhh, we’re making eggs

THURSDAY: Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
O’Hagan Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “E”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent reads stories
Patterson Snack


FRIDAY NIGHT: Food Trucks begins at 5:00pm


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The “E”ggs were a huge hit! Thanks for keeping the surprise. We have another surprise this week. The “F”ire truck will be here Thursday morning!  We will be learning about “F”ire safety. Your children will be coming home with some additional homework on Tuesday night. They will have to count the smoke detectors in their house and be ready to tell me where they are located on Wednesday. They will also be discussing with you where their “meeting place” is in case of an emergency. I always tell my class when my children were little, our meeting place was my neighbor’s porch. Yours may be the same, or over the years I’ve heard many others such as; the swing set, the car, the big tree, the front gate or simply the drive way. We will be discussing all this on Wednesday along with what to do in case of a fire in your house. We will then be ready for the firemen on Thursday!
We will also be learning many words that begin with "F" including "F"ish. We will be making "F"ish for our hall, watching The Rainbow Fish, reading "The Magic Fish" and begin adding and subtracting with Goldfish. We will also be discussing "F"eelings and "F"all/Autumn.


MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “F” Week
October 1st – October 5th, 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music
Perkins Snack

TUESDAY: Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
M. Ratliff Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
O. Ratliff Snack

THURSDAY: Shhhhh – Fire truck comes today
Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “F”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent reads stories
Sheehan Snack

Looking ahead to October:

We have a new student, Amy, starting on the 8th.
Book Fair on the 10th & 11th.
Cora's b-day on the 16th .
Early dismissal on the 19th. (11:30)
Our field trip on the 26th.
Trunk or Treat on the 27th
Parade & Party on the 31st.

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"G" week has been filled with "G"erms!! :) We have had many children out sick this week! We have been learning about "G"erms and how important it is to wash our hands; front, back and in between fingers!! We've also learned that if you can't get to the tissues fast enough, to sneeze or cough into your elbow. We've also talked about Fall and the many signs that it has finally arrived, including flu shots! We will continue this into "H" week when we learn more "H"ealthy "H"abits.
We've made "g"hosts wind socks and counted many "g"hosts. We played a shape "g"uessing "g"ame that involved hiding a shape and one person got 3 guesses as to who had it. We've learned about "g"iraffs, colored "g"oats and made "g"inger bread boys for the hall. They all seemed to love the story of the Ginger Bread Boy and had fun saying the rhyme.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “H” Week
October 15th – October 19th, 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music
Carroll Snack

TUESDAY: Cora’s B-Day
Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Gaadt Snack

THURSDAY: Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Buddy time
Halvachs Snack

FRIDAY: Early Dismissal 11:30am
(Remember lunch if going to 3-2-6)
Show & Tell “H”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent story time
Lee Snack- (only 1 snack needed)

Looking ahead: Our field trip is Friday, October 26th. Permission slips and money should have been turn in.
Trunk or Treat is Saturday the 27th. This is a fun activity in our parking lot and families tend to go all out!! ;)
Our Parade and Party is October 31st. Plan to pick your child up at 3:00pm to see the parade!
No School on November 1st.
Miss Casey out on November 2nd.
Conferences November 8th.
No School November 9th.

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"H" week went by fast but it was filled with many learning activities!! We talked about many words that begin with "H" like, "H"ead and "H"at....we made witches hat's for our hall. We also talked about the difference between a "H"ouse and a "H"ome. A house is the building and it becomes a home when the people you love are in it. We made our house/home to hang in the "hall".
We continued to learn about "H"ealthy "H"abits. We talked about needing the right amount of rest, seeing a doctor for check ups, drinking plenty of water, getting exercise and eating the right kids of food. They learned the different food groups and became very good at telling me which food group a certain food belongs in! We also are continuing our "Germ busters" from last week and remember to "catch our sneeze" and wash our hands!!

This week in Seeds class we are learning that Jesus wants us to be helpers. That even though he was a King, he was not like other Kings. He did not expect people to serve him and he himself served others. He came to give up his life and save us. James and John thought they were more important than others but Jesus explained to them that they should not act like this. He told them, "If you want to be great, you must serve others."

We as a class talked about who helps us (our families, teachers, Father Jack, mailman, trash man, etc., etc.,) and how we can serve/help others. (Helping with chores, being kind to siblings, listening to your parents and teachers, filling buckets, etc. etc.)

Don't forget our field trip coming up!!! Please dress accordingly!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “I” Week
October 22nd – October 26th, 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music
Meczkowski Snack

TUESDAY: Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Mejia Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
O’Hagan Snack

THURSDAY: Gym – tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Buddy time

FRIDAY: Field Trip to Pumpkin Patch
Seeds

SATURDAY NIGHT: Trunk or Treat


Please remember with the weather turning colder to change out your child’s spare clothes to warmer wear.

Dressing for the field trip…..jeans and either tennis shoes or boots and coats. (The straw can be wet if it’s been raining lately)

Looking ahead:
Our Parade and Party is October 31st. Plan to pick your child up at 3:00pm to see the parade!
No School on November 1st.
Miss Casey out on November 2nd.
Conferences November 8th.
No School November 9th.

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You would think “I” was a hard letter to come up with things but it was actually a very busy week!!! We began by learning the sound of the letter, how to write the letter and many words that began with the letter. We then had fun with the nursery rhyme, “Itsy Bitsy Spider”. I have 3 more books that carry the nursery rhyme much farther and that poor little spider gets wiped out many more times!! We then moved on to “Little Miss Muffat’s” spider and feeling sorry for her having to eat curds and whey all the time, we came up with some other ideas she could eat. We also learned about real spiders, their webs and the differences between them and “I”nsects.
We spent time learning about how big an “I”nch is and found many things around the classroom that are 1, 2, 3, 4 and more inches, such as; blocks, stencils, bulldozers, play food, owl, bricks, light switches, tubes, play bugs, flashlights, jeeps and keys! I was so proud of them and how quickly they picked it up. I loved seeing them running around the room measuring things.
Thursday we made real “I”ce cream!!!! What a treat and it actually tasted good!!  They each took a part in making it and can tell you the ingredients we used and how we made it if you’d like to repeat this at home.
We celebrated Halloween with our 4th grade buddies and they loved the candy bags we made for them!! Thank you for your donations!
Friday we were sorry to have to cancel our field trip to the pumpkin farm but we made the best of it and learned all about things on a pumpkin farm, experimented with pumpkins and finished carving a pumpkin that the squirrels had started for us out of my yard !! We celebrated the end of the week with a spider movie; Charlotte’s web.
Seeds this week was the story of Jesus helping Bartimaeus to see. We talked that Bartimaeus’ faith was what made Jesus so happy that he healed him. We also talked about our eyes and what we learn when we see. We thanked God for all that we see and all the beautiful things he made for us to see.


MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “Halloween” Week
October 29th – November 2nd, 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music
Patterson Snack

TUESDAY: Cookie day – 50 Cents
Gym - tennis shoes & shorts under jumpers
Perkins Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Halloween party 1:45pm
Parade 2:45pm

THURSDAY: No School

FRIDAY: Miss Casey Out
Show & Tell “Halloween”

SATURDAY: Auction


Looking Ahead:
Conferences November 8th.
No School November 9th.
Thanksgiving Feast November 20th – Each child will bring 1 item – more info to follow.
Thanksgiving Break – November 21 – 23

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Halloween week has been fun! We've learned about bats and how pumpkins grow. We've also worked on patterns, same & different, counting, shapes, size, cutting, gluing, matching and coloring!

They’ve been very excited about the party and parade!! Hope to see you all there!

Seeds this week is Jesus teaches us the Great Commandment: Love God and Love your neighbor as yourself. We talked about the rules they have at home and the rules we have at school. We then talked about God's rules. That there may be many things God wants us to do but that the most important is to love him with our whole mind, heart and soul. The second most important is to love others as much as we love ourselves. They came up with some great ways to show others love. :)

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “J” Week
November 5th - November 9th, 2018


MONDAY: We welcome Amelia Miranda to our class!!
All Pro Dads
Homework due
Music
M. Ratliff Snack

TUESDAY: Gym
O. Ratliff Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Sheehan Snack

THURSDAY: Early Dismissal 11:30am
Gym
Parent/Teacher conferences

FRIDAY: No School




Included in your folder is a new class list. We now have 18 children.
Also included is a turkey feather. Please decorate this as a family and return it soon for our class turkey hung in the hall.

Looking Ahead:
Baptismal Feast November 12th
Thanksgiving Feast November 20th – Each child will bring 1 item – list will be sent home next week.
Thanksgiving Break – November 21 – 23

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Weren't our Jellyfish the cutest!! The jack-in-the box also turned out great! Our Family turkey is looking great. If you haven't turned yours in yet, please do so, Thanksgiving will be here soon!!
Conferences went smoothly! Your children are learning quickly!! This year is going fast!!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “K” Week
November 12th - November 16th, 2018


MONDAY: Homework due
Baptismal Feast Day
Music
Sinovich Snack

TUESDAY: Gym
Suliman Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Wednesday
Tabeta Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Time
Wilkins Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “K”
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Miranda Snack


Looking ahead:
Our Thanksgiving feast is next Tuesday. Below is the list of what each child should bring.

As we learn about Thanksgiving and why we celebrate it, we will also learn about the first Thanksgiving feast and what was on their table. Below are items that represent something they shared. We will have our own feast in the afternoon on Tuesday, November 20st. Please send in your item by Friday, November 16th.

Zoe 20 Thanksgiving plates (anything fall)
Rachel 20 Thanksgiving Napkins (anything fall)
Payton 3 small rectangle fall/Thanksgiving colored table cloth
Cora 1 pkg. of inexpensive turkey lunch meat (10 slices)
Lyla 1 pkg. of inexpensive turkey lunch meat (10 slices)
Eddie Something pumpkin, like bread, muffins, cookies, etc,
Jasper Something pumpkin, like bread, muffins, cookies, etc.
Aimee 1 bag of small carrots
Lydia 1 bag of small carrots
Ava 1 bag of dried apple chips
Alex 1 can of shoe string potatoes
Maggie 1 bottle of ranch dressing
Ollie 1 bag of pre-popped popcorn
Asia 1 bag pre-popped popcorn
William 1 bag veggie straws/chips
Ryder 1 bag raisins
Andrew 10 juice boxes
Avery 10 juice boxes

Please do not stress about this....it really is about us sharing food and thanks together. Go to the dollar store for paper products and find any off- brand you can at the other stores. Microwave popcorn is fine but it must be pre-popped because my microwave burns popcorn. If you have a problem finding something, or any questions, please let me know.

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Well the tricks worked!! I wore my jammies backwards and put a spoon in the freezer. I heard 3-2-6 put ice in the toilets! Thanks to everyone else that helped us get our snow day!!

If you haven't seen our turkey, be sure to stop by and take a look, it's great! The children also enjoyed making special magic "K"eys, "K"ites and "K"oala's.

The Gospel this Sunday is about the calamities in nature that will precede the end of the world and about our need to be ready for Jesus to come again. These messages are incomprehensible to this age child so we talked about "Feelings" and thanked God for them.

Next week is Thanksgiving and our Feast. If you have not done so, please send in your item on Monday. I hope you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving! I am very grateful for a sweet class!!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “Thanksgiving” Week
November 19th - November 23rd, 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music

TUESDAY: Gym
Thanksgiving feast!!

WEDNESDAY: No School
THURSDAY: No School
FRIDAY: No School

Miss Casey’s Notes and reminders for
“L” Week
November 26th – November 30th 2018

MONDAY: No homework due
Music
Zoe line leader

TUESDAY: Gym
Cookie day $.50 each
Rachel line leader

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Ryder line leader

THURSDAY: Gym
4th grade Buddie day
Ryder line leader

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “L”
Grandma Nickrent reads
Cora line leader


From now until Christmas break is “Everything Must Go”! We will be cleaning out the cabinet of leftovers. No snacks needed!


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From what I've heard, you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving break!! :) Things will move very quickly from now until Christmas break!! We've put up our tree in the classroom and have begun talking and making Christmas gifts, so not too many questions mom & dad!! :)

Our hall is decorated with Christmas "L"aundry and a beautiful red & green Christmas "L"ink chain. We also made cool "L"izards (be sure to ask them their names and what special power they have).

This Sunday is the first week of Advent. We discussed ways we get ready at home for Christmas, like; buying a tree, decorating, cards, baking cookies and buying gifts. We then discussed the ways we get ready in church and school, which includes these things but also, the Advent wreath and candles. We will place a new candle on the wreath each week in our classroom. Advent is a time of waiting. Mary and Joseph were waiting for baby Jesus to be born and we are waiting for baby Jesus to be born again. In our classroom, we have baby Jesus' manger. It has started empty with no hay for Jesus. As a class, we are earning hay to place in the manger by doing nice things for each other. This in turn is a gift for baby Jesus.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “M” Week
December 3rd – December 7th 2018



MONDAY: Homework due
All Pro Dads
Music
Lyla line leader

TUESDAY: Gym
Eddie line leader

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Miranda line leader

THURSDAY: Saint Nicholas Day
Gym
4th grade Buddy day
Lydia line leader

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “L”
Grandma Nickrent reads
Ava line leader



From now until Christmas break is “Everything Must Go”! We will be cleaning out the cabinet of leftovers. No snacks needed!


Looking Ahead: Buddy gift due on or before December 14th.
Christmas concert December 18th.
Mass & Breakfast with Santa – December 20th.
Last day of school – December 20th; early dismissal, 11:30am NO 3-2-6


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MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “Review & Christmas” Week
December 10th – December 14th 2018



MONDAY: Homework due
Baptismal Feast Day
Music
Alex line leader

TUESDAY: Gym
Maggie line leader

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Ollie line leader

THURSDAY: Gym
4th grade Buddy day
William line leader

FRIDAY: Wrapped Buddy gift due
Show & Tell “Christmas”
Grandma Nickrent reads
Payton line leader



From now until Christmas break is “Everything Must Go”! We will be cleaning out the cabinet of leftovers. No snacks needed!


Looking Ahead: Buddy gift due on or before December 14th.
Christmas concert December 18th.
Mass & Breakfast with Santa – December 20th.
Last day of school – December 20th; early dismissal, 11:30am NO 3-2-6



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Time is flying by!!! I can't believe 2018 is almost over!!! Last week and this week we are reviewing letters A-M and learning about Christmas. We've made some Christmas gifts and have a few surprises. We are spending time talking about Baby Jesus and what Mary and Joseph went through that first Christmas morning.

Our Christmas rehearsal is Monday the 17th, our Christmas concert is Tuesday the 18th, our buddy party is Wednesday the 19th and our Breakfast with Santa is Thursday the 20th! Busy busy week!!



MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “Christmas” Week
December 17th – December 20th 2018

MONDAY: Homework due
Music
Asia line Leader

TUESDAY: Gym
Andrew line Leader

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Avery line leader

THURSDAY: Mass
Breakfast with Santa
Dismissal 11:30am NO 3-2-6

FRIDAY: No School
Christmas break until January 3rd


Miss Casey Notes & Reminders For
“Happy New Year” Week
December 31st – January 4th, 2019

MONDAY: No School
TUESDAY: No School
WEDNESDAY: No School

THURSDAY: No homework due
Celebrate Andrew’s B-Day!
Gym
Buddy Day

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “New Year or New Toy”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent reads
Brunk Snack

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Welcome to 2019!!!! I hope you all had a relaxing and fun filled holiday! Thank you again for all your gifts and thoughtfulness. My break was filled with pampering, shopping and treats!!

January is a busy month!! We have 6 birthdays, a P.J. Party and Catholic Schools Week!! Plan now to have lunch with your child on January 30th. Everyone brings a picnic lunch and a blanket to eat on the gym floor. There will also be other fun activities to celebrate Catholic Schools Week and more information will follow as it gets closer. It does kick off with an open house on Sunday the 27th. This is when you visit Jr. K 4 and register for next year!

Our first day back was spent learning about New Year's eve around the world. We began with the good old U.S.A. We counted down from 10 and pretending the "Ball" was dropping in New York as we jumped up and shouted, Happy New Year!
We made paper dolls of Mr. Old Year and the New baby doll as they do in South America to do away with the bad luck of the old year and make way for the good luck in the New Year.
We paraded around the classroom with a dragon leading us, like in China, making lots of noise to ward off bad luck. The dragon is a symbol of strength and good luck.
We ate Teddy Grahams pretending they were grapes as they do in Spain. When the clock begins to chime at midnight, people eat grapes to celebrate. Party goers receive 12 grapes and try to eat one at each chime of the clock to ensure good luck.
And last, we carried blue beads by spoon to represent water from bucket to bucket as they do in some villages of the West African Savannah. The New Year is marked by the beginning of the rainy season. People show their thanks for the rain by carrying water-filled gourds to the village.

In seeds we continued talking about the coming of baby Jesus and how the shepherds were guided by the angles. We also learned how the Wise Men were guided by a star to find Jesus and we learned who the Magi was and had our Epiphany Door Blessing. It is our way of asking God to safeguard and bless all who enter here, just as God safeguarded and blessed the Magi as they traveled to see the infant savior thousands of years ago.


MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “N” Week
January 7th – 11th, 2019


MONDAY: Lauren’s B-Day
Homework due
Music

TUESDAY: Gym
R. Carroll snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Lee snack

THURSDAY: Ryder’s B-Day
Gym
Buddy Day

FRIDAY: Celebrate Aimee’s B-Day
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Show & Tell “N”



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"N" was a fun week! We celebrated 3 birthdays, Lauren's, Ryder's & Aimee's!! We learned all about "N"oah's Ark and made animals walking onto the Ark for our hall display. We made our very own "N"ame plates and worked on our "N"umbers 1 - 10. We also read the book "There's a "N"ightmare in my Closet" and made pictures of the closet.
In Seeds this week we learned about John baptizing Jesus in the Jordan River. We also talked about Baptism in our faith and how it makes us become members of God's family. We discussed what the water, candle, oil and white garment signify in Baptism.
Homework this week will be to find the corresponding letters on each page of the "N"ame book and circle them. These will not be due back until January 22nd.
Next week is "O" week. Enclosed in your folder is a paper about "O"ccupations. Please fill this our and return it in your folder Monday. Thank you!!


MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “O” Week
January 14th – 18th, 2019

MONDAY: Baptismal Feast Day
Homework due next Monday
Music
Halvachs Snack

TUESDAY: Lyla’s B-Day
Gym

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad day
Mejia Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
O’Hagan

FRIDAY: Celebrating Andrew’s bday @ lunch
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Show & Tell “O”
Patterson Snack


Instructions are in your folder on this week’s and next week’s homework.
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This crazy weather has lend itself to some fun learning! In Science we focused on water and ice....how water becomes ice and all the things we can do with ice and snow. We played "Frozen"; dancing around singing a song until the word Frozen was said when we stopped! This was great for following directions. We learned new vocabulary words like sliding, ice, frozen and slippery. And we worked on our sequencing/number recognition as we put an ice cube melting in order.

In Seeds class, we discussed the first miracle Jesus preformed during the wedding celebration at Cana. Jesus preforms the miracle at the request of his mother indicating that Jesus has come as a servant. He honors the human commitment of marriage because it tells us about God's commitment to us. Your children recognize that weddings are a celebration of family.

We also learned about "O"uter Space, "O"wls, "O"pposites, "O"ccupations and "O"scar the grouch. Many of these things will be available for viewing at our Open House! I hope to see you all there!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “P” Week
January 21st – 25th, 2019

MONDAY: No School

TUESDAY Payton B-Day
Gym

WEDNESDAY: Book Orders due
I-Pad day
Perkins Snack

THURSDAY: PJ Party!
Gym
Buddy Day
O. Ratliff Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “P”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
M. Ratliff Snack

PJ Party!!! The children may wear their pj’s and bring blankets, robes, slippers, and stuff animals. Please send in tennis shoes for recess and gym.
Be sure to let me know if your book orders are Valentine surprises!!

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Catholic School's Week was a huge success!!! We all had a great time and I for one am ready to get back to a schedule!!!

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “Q” Week
February 4th – February 8th, 2019

(Saturday is Ground Hog Day. The children have learned what this is so please let them see the news and the prediction on T.V.)

MONDAY: All Pro Dads
Music
Tabeta Snack

TUESDAY Gym
Wilkins Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
Quiet Game Day
Appelbaum Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
Brunk Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “Q”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
L. Carroll Snack

Wednesday is Quiet game day. Each child may bring in a type of board game from home but please send in one without too many directions or pieces! 

Looking ahead: Valentine’s Day. Please send in a Valentine for each child in the class. (Class list enclosed - most people include a treat with their card) They should write their name on the back of the Valentine but do not need to write their classmates name on the front unless they want to. We will make a carrying case for them in class. I will need a special Valentine treat and juice for the class but we will handle the party. No helpers needed.

Friday the 16th, I will be out of the classroom but Miss Nancy will be here along with a sub. There is No School on Monday the 18th.
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Q week brought many quarters and quilts! ;) We learned many things about quilts but the best is that they bring us all together whether we are using them for a picnic or they are telling us a story of our lives.
Our game day was a success and thank you for sharing your games with us.
In Seeds this week we learned the story of Simon Peter. Jesus taught from his boat and then preformed another miracle helping him catch many fish. Simon Peter then left his boat and followed Jesus along with other fishermen. Seeds teaches us that we too should be followers of Jesus. Crowds of people from every walk of life came to the seashore to listen to Jesus proclaim the coming of the kingdom. The message of salvation in Jesus Christ is intended for all people despite their social, cultural, racial, ethnic or economic differences.

Looking ahead to R week, I'm still needing a Valentine's treat and juice boxes for Thursday.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “R” Week
February 11th – February 15th, 2019


MONDAY: Baptismal Feast Day
Music
R. Carroll Snack

TUESDAY Gym
Gaadt Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
Halvachs Snack

THURSDAY: Valentine’s Day
Gym
Buddy Day


FRIDAY: Miss Casey Out
Show & Tell “R”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Lee Snack
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It sounds like everyone was well behaved while I was gone!! Your children have grown up so much this year! I can't believe February is nearing the end!!! This past week we learned why there are rainbows and the order of the colors, we practiced making rectangles and had a very fun Valentine's Day. Miss Nancy and I thank you all for our thoughtful flowers and candy! Seeds was all about Love, being it was just Valentine's Day, and helping those less fortunate. In the Beatitudes from Luke's Gospel, Jesus teaches clearly that poor, hungry, sorrowing and persecuted people have a place in God's kingdom. God wants them to belong. As a class we discussed ways we could help others feel loved and belong. Such as, playing with others at recess, sitting by each other at lunch, letting others go ahead of us while in line, etc. We also talked about ways we show love at mass, putting money in the collection basket, giving the Sign of Peace to others, bringing up the gifts and we become one with Jesus during communion.
Children this age love to show their affection and love to others, encourage this at home by helping neighbors and teaching them to compliment others.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “S” Week
February 18th – February 22nd, 2019


MONDAY: No School – President’s Day

TUESDAY Field trip permission slip due
Gym
Meczkowski Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
Mejia Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
Miranda Snack


FRIDAY: Show & Tell “S”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Patterson Snack


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"S" week was a "S"uccess! They loved making "S"nowmen. They were so creative! We had snowmen that looked like, Batman, Wonder woman, ballerinas, ninja turtles and even Santa Claus!!
We spent time talking about "S"afety. We reviewed where we go during a fire and a tornado. We then practiced what to do in case of an intruder. Officer Rohr commented on how quiet our class was! We all huddled in our spot and remained quiet for a very long time. I was very proud of everyone! We also made "S"top signs and talked about how and where to cross a street but never without a grown up. We discussed how important it was to NEVER chase a ball into the street, to let it go and let a grown up retrieve it for you. We discussed how important it is to ALWAYS wear your seat belt and to never talk to strangers. If anyone would offer you something that you don't know, you MUST get your parents right away! Never walk off with someone you don't know, even if it's to help look for a puppy! Get mom or dad first!!

T week will be a busy week filled with Teeth health, triangles, turtles and cookie day!!
Please remember jeans and red shirt on Tuesday along with a lunch.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “T” Week
February 25th – March 1st, 2019


MONDAY: Music
O’Hagan Snack

TUESDAY Field Trip – jeans and red shirt
Gym
Cookie day .50/cookie
Perkins Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
M. Ratliff Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Dental Health presentation
Buddy Day
O. Ratliff Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “T”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Seitz Snack

All those attending the field trip on Tuesday, please be here by 9am. We will be returning approximately 12:00 and eat in our classroom. Please remember to send a lunch for your child, no buyers.

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Surprise Snow Day!!!! I'm not sure who loves a snow day more, students or teachers!!! But I am sorry for the inconvenience they cause the parents. I hope everyone enjoyed the surprise day off!
Today, Friday, we have been super busy trying to get all of Thursday's work completed along with Friday's! We were sorry to miss the Dental Presentation but your children have learned so much between our lessons in the classroom and the field trip to the HealthWorks Kids' Museum. In their folder this week they have a chart that helps them keep track of brushing their teeth both morning and night. I've told them if they can complete this for a week, there is also a special door hanger that they can color and display on their door showing what a super brusher they are!! :)
We also learned and traced Triangles, had fun making turtle puppets, counted to 10 with other turtles and celebrated The Cat In The Hat's birthday with hats, stories and video's!!
Show N' Tell brought a wide range of "T" words and they were all very proud of their own.
Seeds this week focused on Luke's Gospel when Jesus compared a good person to a good tree, one that produces wholesome fruit. We discussed the many fruits we love and how they may all look different on the outside, they are good on the inside. People are the same. Jesus' followers also come in many different colors and cultures. Our words and actions to others show what is in our hearts.
In your children's folder is a "Loving Actions Chart" This is to encourage them to help, share and use kind works. Maybe post the chart on the refrigerator and when they do a loving action, they may color in the fruit in that column on the chart.

Looking ahead: Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. The children will be receiving ashes. Please make sure they understand they will not hurt them and we all receive them as a sign we want to change. We want to get closer to God and get ready for Easter, the day we celebrate Jesus rising from the dead.

Reminder, Spring break is March 18th - 22nd.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “U” Week
March 4th – March 8th, 2019

MONDAY: All Pro Dads
Music
Sheehan Snack

TUESDAY Mission Carnival $3
Gym
Sinovich Snack

WEDNESDAY: Ash Wednesday 8am
I-Pad Day
Tabeta Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
Wilkins Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “U”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
Appelbaum Snack

FRIDAY NIGHT Fish Fry
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March has truly come in like a LION!! The children loved learning about "In like a Lion and Out Like a Lamb". We made small lion/lamb puppets and sang a little song using them. It is in your folder and I'm sure they would love to sing it with you. They learned of course that another name for lamb is EWE so it went perfectly being as it was "U" week! We also read the story of The Ugly Duckling and began coloring in our coloring books. They have also brought these home to finish in their time, no need to return them. We also made "U"mbrellas and just in time because the end of the week is bringing lots of rain!
Ash Wednesday was a success and everyone behaved wonderfully at Mass. We have begun talking about Lent and how it is a time to get ready for Easter. Jesus spent 40 days in the desert fasting and praying. He had to make choices and so do we. We spent time talking about Prayer, almsgiving and sacrifice. They understand it as "giving something up", "giving to the poor" and "praying".
The back of the Seeds paper has a Lenten prayer you might display and pray during Lent.
I have begun teaching them the "Stations of the Cross". They are all very interested in these and understand how much Jesus hurt and suffered for us. We in turn need to think of him, especially during Lent.

Looking ahead: Spring Break is almost here! March 18th - 22nd. No School

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “V” Week
March 11th – March 15th, 2019



MONDAY: Baptismal Feast Day
Music
Brunk Snack

TUESDAY Gym
L. Carroll Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
R. Carroll Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
Gaadt Snack

FRIDAY: Celebrate Asia’s B-Day
Show & Tell “V”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads


FRIDAY NIGHT Fish Fry

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The letter “V” has kept us “V”ery busy!!! Not only did we learn how to make the letter, words that begin with the letter and colored many pictures of “V” things, but we also made a “V”irtue “V”ine for the hall. Everyone one can watch us grow during lent as we grow closer to God. The children will be earning leaves to add to our vine as they do acts of kindness and sacrifice. I will send home a couple of leaves over the weekends so they can continue to earn these at home. Just write their name and what they did on the leaves and send them back for our hall vine. We have also continued to discuss the Stations of the Cross and are making coloring books that they will complete and take home at the end of Holy Week.
This Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day. We made St. Patrick’s Day “V”ests for our teddy bears or dolls at home and discussed who St. Patrick was and why we celebrate the day. This of course led into Leprechauns. I told them of the many times I have tried to catch a Leprechaun only to be outsmarted by the little guys! I explained that if you are lucky enough to catch one, he must give you his pot of gold! We have decided that we will all try to catch one on the eve of St. Patrick’s day and whatever we all catch will be split among us all because we are a class family! We work together, we pray together, we play together and we stick up for each other just like other families! So set a trap of your makings on Saturday night, sprinkle some Lucky Charms around and may the luck of the Irish be with you!!!
“V” is for Volcanos! We not only learned about volcanos but also made our own erupting volcano! It was lots of fun and even worked!!  I hope you saw part of it on Facebook.
“V”eggie Thursday was very filling!! Ryder’s mom brought lots of different colored peppers and I brought carrots, celery, broccoli, cauliflower and cucumber. We tried them with dip and without dip. Most of the children at least tried everything and some even discovered they liked them!!
Friday we celebrated Asia’s birthday with cupcakes, we had many different "V" show & tell's (Vamperina's, vegetables, violet items & vehicles) and as usual, we loved Grandma Nickrent’s stories.
Seeds this week was the story of Jesus’ Transfiguration. This is a bit hard for them to understand but I explained that Jesus went to the top of the mountain to pray with his friends. They fell asleep and when they woke up, Jesus was shining so bright they could not look at him. They then saw the sky get dark and they heard a voice that scared them saying, “This is my son, my chosen one. Listen to him.” The children understood this as God’s voice and that Jesus is his son who came here to help us do what God wants us to do. We discussed how our earning leaves is what God wants us to do and that prayer is so important. Prayer can be formal prayers like The Our Father or simply just talking to God. They are bringing home a small prayer book of times and places they can pray.
Next week’s Gospel will be the story of the gardener who wants to give a barren fig tree one more chance. God is the perpetual giver of second chances. I have included the Seeds for this week since we will be on Spring Break. This will contain sequencing cards that show how birds grow and how frogs grow. They will also be able to fold it to help a flower grow. I will go over this on Monday when we return but have fun doing this as a family and remind them again how we are “growing” closer to God with our Virtue Vine.
Looking ahead: When we return from Spring Break, we will begin taking turns taking home the “Dog House”. Each child will have a turn to take home a puppy inside his dog house to read to and love. You will then write the name you think he/she should be called on a piece of paper that will also be in the dog house and send it back to school the next day so someone else can bring it home.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “W” Week
March 25th – March 29th, 2019

I hope everyone has a relaxing and restful Spring Break! The end of March will be here when we return. Hopefully it will be going out like a lamb!!!!


MONDAY: Music
Halvachs Snack

TUESDAY Gym
Lee Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
Mezkowski Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Make up Dental Presentation 10am
Buddy Day
Mejia Snack

FRIDAY: Celebrate Zoe’s B-Day
Show & Tell “W”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads


FRIDAY NIGHT This is our turn to help with the
the Fish Fry!! I hope
to see you all there!


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I trust you have all heard about our caterpillars! I can't believe how fast they are growing! I had plan to teach the children about caterpillars as we watched them grow but most of the teaching would be during "Spring" week, which is after we return from Easter. Well the best of plans as they say.....I'm thinking these will cocoon and turn to butterfly's before Easter!!! So we may not be following the calendar exactly!!  We shall see……
“W” week was full of "W"onderful things!! We read the book "Where the Wild Things Are" and make masks so we could pretend to be a "W"ild thing. We then hung them in the hall for all to see.
We colored lots of pictures of Watermelons, counted seeds of watermelons and made a watermelon slice out of a paper plate.
We learned about many different "w"ild animals and how they grow and what their homes look like. We then made a "W"hale puppet.
Having been to the Dental Museum, we already knew all the answers on Thursday. But the St. Louis Community College dental students did make it a fun presentation!
Friday we celebrated Zoe's birthday with cupcakes and special flower cookies for Miss Nancy and me (thank you Zoe), we had show & tell, enjoyed Grandma Nickrent's sories and learned about the Prodigal Son in Seed's class.
The Prodigal Son story reminds us, that like the father in the story, our loving Father will always forgive us and welcome us home. In the Seeds paper this week, there is a "Forgiveness Ring" like the father gave the son in the story. We cut this out and wore them for a bit to remind us that God will always forgive us. They are now in their folders and an additional idea for home would be to have the ring where everyone in the family can see it. When someone does a "Forgiving Act" they get to wear the ring.
Looking Ahead:
April 24th we will be going to the Missouri Botanical Garden. There will be a $0 cost. We will be leaving approximately 9:30 and returning approximately 12:30pm. We hope to picnic at Tower Grove Park but if that doesn’t work out; we will picnic here at St. Mary Magdalen. Each child will need a bag lunch with a drink. Please return the permission slip and let me know if you are able to join us.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS
FOR “X & Y” Week
April 1st – April 5th, 2019


MONDAY: All Pro Dad’s
Music
Miranda Snack

TUESDAY Alex’s B-Day
Gym

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
O’Hagan Snack

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
Patterson Snack

FRIDAY: Show & Tell “X and/or Y”
Seeds
Grandma Nickrent Reads
M. Ratliff Snack

FRIDAY NIGHT Fish Fry

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X & Y week…..having two letters has kept us very busy! Not only did we learn how to write them, words that start with them and made crafts with them but we had to learn words that ended with them because there are so few words that start with them!
Tuesday was Alex’s birthday and everyone loved the darling cookies!!
On Thursday we enjoyed a special pretzel treat thanks to all of you and your participation in the Black Light Bingo! Thank you!
We have begun taking home the puppy and everyone has remembered to bring it back the next day!!! Good Job!!
Show & Tell brought quite a few Xylophones and Yellow things! 
Seeds this week was the story of the woman caught in the act of adultery. Obviously this is way beyond their understanding but young children are prone to blaming others. They perceive lots of unfairness in their lives. They want to be sure everyone else takes the blame the way they have to. This Gospel shows them that Jesus is not interested in blame but only in us growing more loving and in Jesus’ eyes, we always have the opportunity to say we are sorry and start over.
All of our caterpillars have cocooned and we are now just waiting for the butterflies to emerge! I had so wished it would have correlated with Jesus’ rebirth but it looks like it will be early!
The children are doing wonderfully with the Stations of the Cross. They will enjoy the play in mass next Friday knowing them so well.

MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS FOR
“Z” Week
April 8th – April 12th, 2019



MONDAY: Homework due
Music
O. Ratliff Snack


TUESDAY: Gym
Seitz Snack


WEDNESDAY: IPad Day
Sheehan Snack


THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Time
Sinovich Snack


FRIDAY: Show & Tell Z
Seeds
Suliman Snack


The permission slips for the Botanical Garden were due Friday, April 5th. If you have not done so, please return these ASAP.

Looking Ahead:
There is a story Festival on May 2nd that we will be attending, if weather permits. We will be walking to the Brentwood Library. I will need a couple parents to help us get there. Let me know if you’d like to help.

Our Mother’s Day Tea will be May 10th. There will be more information on this coming home but it is not to be missed. Plan now for the day off work!

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Our last letter!!! Z week has been fun!! We made a large Zany Zinnia for the hall and it looks like a Zillion bucks!!!  We worked with Zebra’s and lots of Zoo animals while we practiced tracing shapes, same & different, patterns, counting, sequencing and numbers.

We also let our butterflies go free!!! I hope you all saw the video on Facebook. It was such a beautiful sight!!

Seeds this week is the story of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on the donkey. I explained that Jesus choose the donkey as a sign that he came in peace. His followers and others welcomed him by waving palms and laying down their cloaks. We then watched a short video on Palm Sunday and the last supper. Normally this age does not understand the Passion and Death but your children have learned the Stations of the Cross so well that they do understand what Jesus went through leading up to his death. They have shown compassion at his suffering and great joy as we discuss Jesus rising from the dead. They don’t quite understand that he did it for our sins but they do understand that he did it to show us the way God wants us to behave and that he was very sad that it happened but his love is so great that he forgave them; just like God forgives us when we do something wrong. Coming home, in the Seeds paper, are pictures you can cut out and make into puppets to act out the story.
Our next Seeds lesson is two weeks combined; April 21st, Easter, and April 28th. We will work on this the week we get back from Easter.
I hope you all have a wonderful Easter!



MISS CASEY’S NOTES AND REMINDERS FOR
“Holy Week/Easter Week/Spring Week”
April 15th – April 26th, 2019

MONDAY: Homework - Not due until 4/23 (do a few lines each day)
Music
Tabeta Snack

TUESDAY: Gym
Wilkins Snack

WEDNESDAY: IPad Day
Appelbaum Snack

THURSDAY: No School – Holy Thursday
FRIDAY: No School – Good Friday
MONDAY: No School – Easter Monday

TUESDAY: Homework Due
Gym
Brunk Snack

WEDNESDAY: I-Pad Day
Field Trip to Botanical Garden 9:30 – 12:30
Lunch in bags, No lunch boxes-remember drink

THURSDAY: Gym
Buddy Day
L. Carroll Snack

FRIDAY: Ava’s B-Day
Grandparent Day
Seeds

Looking Ahead:
There is a story Festival on May 2nd that we will be attending, if weather permits. We will be walking to the Brentwood Library. I will need a couple parents to help us get there. Let me know if you’d like to help.
Our Mother’s Day Tea will be May 10th. There will be more information on this coming home but it is not to be missed. Plan now for the day off work!
As always, if you'd like to reach me with any questions or concerns, please email me or call the office and I will return your call.


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