Welcome back and Happy New Year! School resumes on January 7th and 8th. We hope that your Christmas was wonderful and we are so excited to have everyone back. We missed all of you.
January will be a busy month! We’ll be talking about snow and winter, the colors blue and white, opposites, the concept of pairs, the letters N, O, P and Q and reviewing the numbers 1 through 10. We will continue to work on name writing, rhyming, syllables and cutting with scissors.
Our Bible words are “Jesus is the Son of God” Acts 9:20.
Some things to remember for January:
-Book orders will be due January 14th. Our class code is FZNG9. You can place orders at https://clubs.scholastic.com/
-There will be no school on January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. /Human Rights Day.
-Chapel is on Wednesday the 16th and Thursday the 17th at 9:30am and 1:00pm. Please feel free to join us if you are able.
-Pajama Day is also on the 16th and 17th as well. Your child will be able to wear pajamas to school. There is no Share on those days.
-Share continues to be on Wednesdays and Thursdays. One item only and please, no weapons. No Share on Pajama Day.
-Please check the calendar for birthday celebrations. You may bring a prepackaged snack. Please, no homemade snacks and no nuts. We strive to be a nut-free facility. Refer to our handbook for ideas.
-School closures due to weather may be monitored on KIVI, channel 6 and by email from the school’s mass email.
- Thank you to everyone who participated in our See’s Candy Fundraiser. We made over $2000.00.
-Early registration for the 2019-2020 school year will start on Wednesday, January 9th for Church members and families currently enrolled. Forms will be available online on the preschool website beginning January 8th http://sovidpreschool.weebly.com/registration.html as well as in student folders. Completed paperwork and a $75.00 registration fee will be needed as well as immunization records and birth certificate will be required to be considered registered.
- Please send your child with a warm coat and appropriate shoes. We want to take every opportunity that we can to go outside, weather permitting.
-Please have shoes for your child to wear in the classroom as an alternative to snow boots. It’s hard to sit in circle and maneuver in our classroom while wearing boots.
-We have been learning to put on coats and the skill of zipping. Have your child practice at home as well
Deana DuVall and Linda Anderson
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