Howdy Folks!

We have had a very busy week learning lots of new things. Our week ended with our first annual country and western day.  Next week we have 50’s day on Wednesday and cape day on Friday.

Please cut out and donate your box tops to our school.  One full sheet is worth $2.00 for our school. You will find a new sheet in your folder every month.

We are very proud of all of our students who are working hard on their sight words and are moving up on our rainbow. Be sure to look for your child’s name on the rainbow when you come for your conference next week. Students will need to know 30 of the 75 required sight words by the end of this nine week period. Mrs. Perry makes sure that she keeps up with how many sight words each  child knows in the back of their folder.



Red Ribbon Week – 10/23 – 10/27

Theme:  Our School Rocks: Bully & Drug Free

Monday: “RED-y To Live A Drug Free Life” – Wear red clothing

Tuesday: “Team Up Against Bullying & Drugs” – Wear favorite team shirt

Wednesday: “Yes We Can Be Bully & Drug Free” – Canned–good drive to make a difference (candy giveaway)

Thursday: “Don’t Let Drugs Mix You Up” – Wear mismatched or backward clothing

Friday: “Hats Off To Being Bully & Drug Free” – Wear your favorite or crazy hat

~Poster Contest!! ~

K – 2nd grade students are encouraged to create a poster displaying what it means to live a healthy life

3rd – 5th grade students are encouraged to create a poster displaying why their peers should say no to drugs and/or bullying.

~Posters are due to the Counselor Suite by Fri. 10/20. Winners posters will be displayed in the hallways & will receive a special prize.

How Time Flies!

Friday was the end of the first nine weeks of school. Wow the year seems to be moving by quickly. The children have been working very hard to learn the beginning skills of Kindergarten. The second nine weeks will be filled with learning our numbers to 20, working on our reading and writing skills and lots of other new skills.

On Wednesday we went to the farm and had a wonderful day. This is one of my favorite field trips so filled with activities for the children to participate in. We learned about bees, held chickens, went on a hay ride, painted a picture of a pig and met lots of farm animals.

On Friday we celebrated the end of the first nine weeks by holding our ZooPhonics parade.  The children all looked wonderful in their costumes.  The students from first through fifth grade love watching the parade and reminiscing about their Kindergarten days.  Thank you to all of the parents who were able to attend.

Conferences will be held during the week of Oct 16th – 20th.  This week will be early release every day. Please return your conference form as soon as possible. If you are unable to attend at the assigned time please give me some alternative times.