This week their will be NO Library. You may check out books before or after school.
Mon. Oct. 16 - Thurs. Oct. 19
Mon., Tues., Wed. 7:30-8:00 am
Mon. - Tues. 2:45-4:30 pm
Wed. 12:45 - 7:00 pm
Thurs. 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Volunteers are needed! If you are able to volunteer in the book fair, please sign up for a time slot at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0f4ca5a72ba6f49-october
Elementary PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES AND UEA:
Wed 18th: Early Release for students, dress down day for $1.00. Conferences from
1:15pm-5:00pm, and 5:30pm-7pm
Thurs. 19th: No School for Students, Conferences at 8:00am-12:00pm
Fri. 20th: No School
Please see our link so you can remember what time you are signed up for:
I am still missing 2 parents.
Ogden Nature Center:
This Friday and Saturday night is the Nature Center’s famed Halloween event — CREATURES of the NIGHT! The education team at the Nature Center is going ALL OUT to make it a spectacular event. Educational, non-scary, fun!
Held both Friday and Saturday nights from 5-8:30 pm. $6 per child / $7 per adult.
Please come AND pass this along to anyone else you think would enjoy.
I highly recommend this event. This week in kindergarten we are learning about Animals that are nocturnal and animals that are awake during the day.
We are learning about syllables. Watch this great video by Scratch Garden. You can help your student understand syllables. Mia's mom taught us how to make a syllable clapper. Ask your kiddo to show you how it works.
We had a guinea pig come visit our classroom for letter Gg day.
Mrs. Lopez came in and talked to us about our personal space. We learned that when we are in someones personal space we are in their bubble. It makes them unhappy.
Fun Friday was Fabulous again! Thank you, Thank you to all the wonderful parents that came in to volunteer.
Romeo's parents taught us all about Christopher Columbus. We used shapes to build our own Santa Maria.
Amelia's mom taught us all about pumpkins. We measured how tall the pumpkin was, how many lines it has, if it would sink or float and discovered what was inside the pumpkin...guts. Jessie let us taste pumpkin seeds too!
Ivy's mom read us a story called, "Lama,lama misses mama." She also taught us facts about real lama's and we got to label a lama.
Jackson and Jose's mom helped us with our counting skills and played two math games with us.
Our next parent Centers will be on Tuesday, October 31st. We will have a Fall Harvest party.
If you can come volunteer and help us with a center please text or email me.