Mrs. Lavarreda and Ms. King
March 27, 2017
Happy Monday, we hope you’ve had a wonderful weekend. We would like to say we’ve have a good attendance to our Parent Teacher conferences this past Friday; it was nice to see most of you talking and sharing important thing about your kids, we are very proud of all our students for the good job they are doing.
Last week we were very excited about the new materials we’ve ordered with the money from the overnight; we have now a few new materials for all the areas in the classroom. Thanks again to all the families who supported our event and for your generous contributions.
Last week we finalize our studies on magnetism; we were able to do a few more experiments and now we are ready to learn new social studies lessons. This week we will start learning about Europe; we’ve had planned to focus on three major countries for this unit: Spain, Italy, and France. We will be working on this unit for the rest of the school year hoping we will give our students plenty of opportunities to learn more in depth about these countries. Our kindergarteners finished their unit of simple machines and they had a great time building their own cars made out of recycle materials. They also had their first introduction to fractions and we are planning on finish their lessons this week and move to their new unit on money.
We will be working on a little art project and we are in need of toilet paper rolls; please send one or two rolls to school with your child and we will really appreciate it. Also we would like to remind you about our art show this coming week; look for some more information in the Monday folder.
Next Sunday, April 2, is our annual Art Show from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. The students have been working very hard on their contributions. We hope to see everyone there.
- Thanks to The Beuhler Family for providing snack this week.
- Please return Monday folder, mat cover, cloth napkin, and lunch/pizza form on time.
Temperatures are changing; please send your child to school dressing appropriately (no sandals please).
View this week's pictures.