This Week in Kindergarten: (9/16-9/20)

Hello Kinder Parents!

I hope you are having a wonderful week so far.  

Thank you everyone for your support in our school’s donation drive to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas! The response was AMAZING! First Grade students will be assembling bags on Wednesday to donate! Teasley’s Students, Parents, and Staff go above and beyond to help families in need. Thank you again for your support. 

Here are a few class notes and reminders.

Class notes:

FALL PICTURE DAY: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19- Standard attire is required. If you would like to order pictures, please return the order form, along with payment, ON THURSDAY. (ALL STUDENTS will have their picture taken for the yearbook even if a package is not ordered.)  I can’t wait to see their smiling faces!

CAREER DAY: Teasley’s annual Career Day will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019 from 8:30-11:30. During this day we would like to give our students the opportunity to explore a variety of careers and learn how education is connected to a successful future.

If you or someone you know will be able to join us on Career Day, please fill out this form and return it to school OR email the information to us at the email addresses below by Friday, October 4, 2019.

Please contact Teasley Counselors with any questions; Corinna Oliver ( 770-437-5945 ext.229 & Sherise Harris (Sherise. Harris 770-437-5945 ext. 230.

MEDIA CENTER: We will visit the Media Center on WEDNESDAY, 9/18. Please make sure library books are in backpacks ready to be returned. Thanks for your help.

SHOW & TELL: FRIDAYFREE CHOICE (What makes you feel happy?) * Students may bring an item of their choice for show & tell this week! 

CALLING ALL MYSTERY READERS: If you would like to be a mystery reader in our classroom, please follow the link and sign-up for a date that works best for you.  We are excited to have you join us and look forward to seeing you soon! 

Penelope’s Mom, Ms. Howe, was our Mystery Reader last week. She read one of Penelope’s favorite stories; Goodnight Moon to our class. Thanks for visiting us!”

Our line of inquiry for last week was: American Symbols– (United States Flag, Georgia Flag, Pledge of Allegiance). We focused on a variety of symbols to investigate what a symbol is and why we use them. We ended our week by going on a hunt for symbols that represent our school, state, and counrty; creating an environmental print collage with our show & tell items, a replica of our US Flag, and ended our day eating delicious STAR shaped cookies in the outdoor classroom. 

This week we are learning:

IB Unit- Who We Are: All About Me and My Community: How can community members get along? (feelings)


  • Texts that will explore emotions while also expanding our vocabulary about feelings. We will also explore colors and how they can represent our feelings.
  • Phonics: 3 letters can be used to make words: short vowel cvc words (cub, rib, ham, rod).
  • Sight words: no, as, for, by


  • Learning how to write: draw, label, touch and retell.
  • Students will write about their feelings. We will create an anchor chart of feeling words (ex: happy, excited, joyful, merry)


  • Number sense numbers 0-10
  • Identifying what number come next and before, using a 100 chart.
  • Count to 50
  • Describe, identify, sort by common characteristics: 2 D shapes: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, hexagon. We are comparing by number of sides, vertices, types of line (straight, curved), size and color.

Important Dates/ Upcoming Events

Wednesday, 9/18: Media Center Visit -Please make sure library books are in backpacks ready to be returned.

Thursday, 9/19:  SCHOOL PICTURE DAY!

Friday, 9/6: Show & Tell (FREE CHOICE …something that makes you feel HAPPY)

Friday, 9/6: $1.00 Dress Down Day -Students who bring $1 to support PTA may wear an outfit of thier/your choice to school-(non uniform clothing). Clothing must be school appropriate.

9/23-9/27: Fall Break =NO SCHOOL= 

October 14-18: CONFERENCE WEEK (12:30 dismissal)

Please let me know if you have questions. Have a SAFE & HAPPY fall break.

See you soon! 

-Mrs. Davis

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