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Rodrigo/Anderson


9/16/2013

Dear Parents,

We are enjoying getting to know your children. Thank you for allowing us the privilege to get to work with them. We learn right along with them.


As we are moving forward, we are adding new lessons in our practical life area. Please know that we are working on table setting, this can easily be reinforced at home. Just ask for their help setting the table. The garden is slowly getting a makeover as well. We have added actual works now that are an extension of the classroom, so the garden is becoming “fun” as it should be. (Not even children love pulling weeds.)


The country we are going to research for Kidsfest is Spain. If you have information you would like to share on the country, please let us know.


 I have a wonderful parent who has volunteered to hang our hooks in the hall. This is really going to help with our morning running smoother. If your child is having problems separating this might help to make morning good byes easier. We will have the children hang their bags on their hook and bring their lunchboxes into the room and place them in their cubbies. Thank you, Mr. Boyd for helping with this.


As a reminder, on Fridays your child may wear their Spirit shirts. If they wear uniform bottoms they do not need to donate to the “Jean Fund”. If your child wears denim, they are asked to bring in a donation of no more than $1.00 to support this outreach program. In the past we have used the money to help members of our school community who have found themselves in need for one reason or another. Some examples are organ transplant, loss of employment, illness, and many other needs of our WMPCS community.


We welcome a new student into our class, Abigail Rushton. She enjoyed her first day of school today and the children were so willing to help her learn the ropes. We have the most willing, ready, and able children around.


Thank you for all you do,

Ms. Rodrigo & Ms. Jo Dee