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Understand that I want you and your child to feel at ease as we begin our learning adventure together.  My favorite quotation is: “Never question ability.  Always improve strategy.”  My classroom motto is “Every student has the right to learn, and everyone will work hard to respect that right.”  With your child’s hard work, your support at home, and our differentiated learning techniques (strategies based on your child’s learning style and level of understanding) at school, we will have the best year ever!

  • Changes in Transportation

    Car/Bus/Daycare Changes:

    If there is any change in how your child will go home for the day, always write it in the agenda on that date. 

    For instance, if your child rides a bus but you plan to change to a car rider for that day, you must write it in your child's agenda.  (Don't forget your car tag.} 

    If your child switches between car/bus/daycare, write it in your child's agenda daily.  We don't want any confusion to occur.


    Severe Food Allergies to Cinnamon and Peanuts.

    Please do not send any snacks to school containing cinnamon or peanuts.  I will alert you of other possible food allergies of students as the information becomes available.

  • Agenda and Communicator Folder

    Agendas and Communicators:

    Your child will receive an agenda.  It is there where we will provide communication regarding your child’s overall behavior, usually by way of behavior checklist. 

    It is very important for you to read your child’s agenda and initial it, nightly. 

    Your child will also have a communicator (yellow folder) that will be sent home each day.  The inside pockets will be labeled “Keep” and “Return.”  Please check your child’s communicator daily for event notices, etc.  Classwork will likely be sent home each Friday.  Do not be alarmed if you don't see a lot of paper-pencil work in your child's agenda, because most of our beginning work will be hands-on.  

    The best ways to contact me is by writing in the agenda, emailing, or by leaving a message with the office. 
    I will respond to you as soon as possible. 

  • How Can I Help My Child At Home?

    Included in kindergarten newsletters will be information to help you know the skills we are working on in class, so you can partner with us in educating your child.  You are such a vital part of your child’s education, and the measure of your support will forever be visible in the success of your child.

    Spend time nightly to review the concepts listed below:

    • Learning uppercase and lowercase letters of your child’s name both in and out of sequence. Example: CALEB: E C B L A  and caleb: baelc
    • Practice matching the uppercase to lowercase letters in your child’s name  
    • Practice counting 0-20.
    • Practice identifying numbers 0-5 (out of sequence) Example: 5 1 4 2 0 3 
    • Practice counting objects, such as toy cars, legos, dolls, cards, cereal or play games like Trouble. 
    • Read together
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