June Newsletter

Dear Parents,

We want to thank all of our St. Peter’s Catholic School families for making this year such a success.

The support, participation and generosity that we have experienced throughout the school year have been deeply appreciated. Thank you for entrusting your precious children to our safe and nurturing care!

It has been such a wonderful year full of new experiences for the children: meeting new friends, learning about the world around them, entering the new world of “School” and reading and writing. We have been very gratified and pleased to be a part of this important step in preparing your child for success in their future school years.  We have enjoyed watching each child grow and have relished in their “A-ha” moments of discovery and learning.  The children are very much ready to move on. Your incredible children will be fondly remembered!

We wish you all a safe and enjoyable summer!

Sincerely yours,

Mrs. Pasco & Mrs. Robinson

Suggestions for summer activities:

Practice writing name. (at least 3 times a week)

Write uppercase and lowercase letters. (once a week)

Continue reading beginners book. (borrow books at the library)

Practice writing numbers. (once a week)

Draw pictures of their favorite activity of the week. (once a week)

K4 May Newsletter

Dear Parents,

We will introduce the concept of “Virtue” by reading stories to our young children.  This will enable them to associate “Virtue” with the actions of the story’s characters.  This will also help build their hearts and minds toward those good habits which involve many things. It involves the dos and don’ts of interaction with others. It is never too early to begin working on what we perceive to be right or wrong, good or bad. 

We continue to remind children what good behavior is. Please give frequent compliments when you see excellent behavior. It does go a long way towards encouraging positive behavior choices. It is easy to see the good choices once you start looking for them.

Metamorphosis is the next big word your child will learn this week. We will simplify it by discussing the Life Cycle of a butterfly and a frog. Towards the end of the week we will send Metamorphosis Sequence Cards home. Encourage your child to arrange the cards into the correct sequence. As they arrange the cards, encourage them to talk about each step.

In Math we will continue learning about fractions (one whole, one-half, one third, one fourth). At home you can also demonstrate several ways to do fractions by cutting vegetables, fruits and treats into equal parts among the members of the family.  The children will be busy practicing number counting in Math and answering the question “how many in all?” to introduce the concept of addition and “how many left?” to introduce the concept of subtraction. 

We will also be introducing Recycling (REUSE, REDUCE, RECYCLE) and the benefits of recycling. In Transportation we will discuss how people use vehicles of various types to move themselves or objects from one place to another. We will present several types of vehicles in this unit to familiarize our K-4 children with various modes of transportation. We will discuss how these vehicles function, their purpose and compare them with each other; how they are different and how they are the same. We will also discuss safety and the use of seat belts.  To end the school year we will talk about Friendships and Goodbye. The children will, also, be sharing their own wonderful and memorable experiences in K4 with their classmate.

Religion: Virtues

Courage and Perseverance

Responsibility / Work / Self-Discipline

Compassion / Faith

Honesty / Loyalty / Friendship

Language and Literacy:

Review Alphabet letters name and sound

Review Beginning Sound, Middle Sound and Ending Sound

Vowel – a, e, i, o, u & y

Consonant Blend

Review Sight Words

Review Rhyming Words

Nursery Rhymes

Science:

Butterfly Cycle

Frog Cycle

Mathematics:

Number – 60—70—80—90—100

Missing Numbers

Fractions: one whole / one-half  

How many in all?

How many left?

Social Studies:

Recycling: Reuse — Reduce — Recycle

Transportation:  Land — Water — Air — Space

Friendships and Goodbye

Important Dates to Remember:

May 7 – Tuesday – Midland Gives

18 hours, on-line fundraising events (donation)

May 9 – Thursday – Spring Music Performance  6:30 – 8:00 p.m.

                                   at USC Copenhaver Band Hall

                                   324 Sumter Street Assembly Street

                                   Columbia, SC 29201

May 13 – Monday – Early Dismissal 2 pm/ ASP Available

May 17 – Friday – Family Picnic 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. at Soccer Field

May 20 – Monday – May Procession / Rosary 8:30 a.m.

May 24 – Friday – K-5 and K-4 Exchange Day 9:00 – 12:00 noon

May 27 – Monday – Memorial Day / No School

May 30 – Thursday – K4 Last Day of School

Thursday – K-5 Graduation

May 31 – Friday – Last of School Grade 1-5 / 11:30 a.m. Dismissal

             Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

K4 – April Newsletter

Dear Parents,

Happy Spring Time! It is very hard to believe that the school year is flying by. Our K4 children have grown in so many ways! They are ready for the last quarter of the school year. As always, we welcome your visits.

We are all looking forward to warm weather and a big goodbye to thick jackets. Take time to enjoy the sights and smell the fragrances of Spring and share them with your child. We will be talking about various signs of Spring; how to dress during springtime and the different sports and activities that we can enjoy during this season. Children will continue learning about Little Things (Insects and Bugs). We will even watch how these little creatures grow, what they do, their body parts, how they are alike and different and why farmers like some of these bugs on their farms.

Children are going to continue learning short vowel sounds, consonant blend sounds, word families, clapping on syllables in words, as well as, more sight words.

In Mathematics, children will continue to learn numbers 1 to 50 and identify quantities of numbers using terms like greater, less and equal. Children will identify Ordinal Numbers first through tenth using concrete objects. We will also talk about Fractions. Ask your child to compare two slices of bread that have been cut, one into equal parts and one into unequal parts. Have your child explain the difference.

Religion:        

I Can Love – Experiencing feelings of love, interaction and acceptance within the home, helps to prepare your child for developing friendship with others in their neighborhood and school.

I Can Pray – Our young children’s prayers can be a more meaningful communication with God when it pertains to what children are presently learning or experiencing. Like, when we discover some new life in spring, we pray, “Thank you, God, for all the new flowers, leaves, birds, chicks, bunnies, and butterflies that we see”. The Lenten Season prepares us to celebrate Easter Sunday. Children readily enter into a quiet atmosphere for prayer, just as you experience when you pray as a family or at any time of the day until bedtime.

I Can Listen – We will discuss the importance of “listening” as God’s gift to us. Good listening habits are a way of showing respect, love and consideration towards others. It is important that children develop this skill as part of their readiness to learn more. Children will listen to sounds around them to experience the benefits of listening through several listening activities.

I Can Share – “I Can Share” is to help children discover that sharing brings happiness to self and others. These actions of sharing create warm feelings of love and acceptance which, in turn, help to reinforce and motivate one to continue acts of sharing because they do feel good.

I Can Help – In this particular lesson, “I can help” we will try to increase the children’s awareness of their own ability to be helpful to others. Children will learn and discover ways to be helpful to others by looking at several role models in their lives.

Language and Literacy:

Beginning, Middle and Ending Sounds of Word Pictures

Vowel – a, e, i, o, u & y

Consonant blend

Sight words or Frequency words: (in, is, if, it) (of, on, or, oh, for, no, do)

Science:

Spring Season

Seeds and Plants

Insects and Bugs

Mathematics:

Number – 1 – 20 – 30 – 40 – 50

Greater, Less and Equal

Ordinal Numbers

2 Dimensional and 3 Dimensional Shapes

Fractions

Just a reminder for each family to please bring 16 plastic eggs containing chocolates or candies

on Monday, April 8th for Easter Egg Hunt (Thursday, April 11th).

Important Dates to Remember:

Monday —- April 8 – Early Dismissal at 2:00 p.m.

Thursday — April 11 – Easter Egg Hunt at 10:00 a.m.

Friday —– April 12 – School Retreat

                                  – Early Dismissal at 11:30 a.m.

Monday — April 15 to Monday April 22 – Easter Break / No School

Tuesday — April 23 – School Resume

Happy Easter!

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

March Newsletter

Dear Parents,

Our unit about Discovering God’s Gifts of Fish, Birds, Flowers, Trees, Animals, Light, Water and Air/Wind, would not be complete without a focus on Families and Friends. It is within the family that most young children experience first love. Children need to feel loved and wanted by people around them in order to experience and learn about loving. In class, children will share their family fun times. We would like to acknowledge and thank all those parents that became involved and helped their children to create the animal collage, animal habitat display, the kite building, the Valentine’s treats and the 100th day counting exercise.  THANK YOU!

As we get closer to Spring Time, children will be learning about seeds. What is a seed and the different kinds of seeds? We will plant some seeds and watch them germinate and grow into a plant. We will be discussing their parts and what parts can grow and those that we can eat. We have planned several science experiments for our K4 children to make, observe and derive conclusions.

In Language we will talk about famous authors of children books.  We would like to invite parents to come and read to our K4 children anytime this month at your own convenient time. Children will continue working on Alphabet recognition and sounds.    

Children will work on counting “one-to-one” correspondence through 15 by counting real objects. Comparing sets of no more than 10 to 15 objects using the terms “more than” and “less than. We will introduce Positional words to describe the location of objects.

Religion:

God Gave Us Families

God Gave Us Friends

Language and Literacy:

Beginning & Ending Consonant Sounds

Word Families

Review Letters: Letter Recognition and Sound

Practice Writing Uppercase and Lowercase Letters

Sight Words (my, he, she, we, good, play, go, had)

Science:

Seeds — Germination — Plants

Mathematics:

Number – 19 — 20 and Review numbers 1 to 20

Missing Numbers – Before, Between and After numbers 1 to 20

Positional Words – (up, down, in, over, under, behind, on top of, and in front of)

Important Dates to Remember:

Wednesday – March 6 – Ash Wednesday

         (Parents are invited to attend the School Mass)

Thursday – March 7 – Early Dismissal 11:30 a.m. (no After Care Program)

Friday – March 8 – No School Day (no Enrichment Program)

Monday – March 18 – End of 3rd Quarter

Tuesday – March 19 – 4th Quarter Begin

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

February Newsletter

Dear Parents,

In Religious Education we will talk about the importance and value of light, water and air as natural resources and in our everyday living as a gift from God. Children will develop a greater awareness of God’s gift of Animals. They will try to learn the animals by name and where they live.

In class, children will use bar graphs to help visually classify animals according to their habitat or environment in which various animals generally live.

We will introduce the meaning of Valentine’s Day as a special day when we share our love with the people around us and discuss feelings and how the actions of others can affect how we feel. We will emphasize sharing, caring, helping and being a good friend.

President’s Day makes it a great time to learn about our Presidents: past and present. We will focus on Leadership and Good Citizenship.

We will continue with our study about Non-Standard Measurement by using everyday items such as paper clips, popsicle sticks and string. Children will also, learn about the concept of measuring time – today, yesterday, tomorrow, day before, day after, as well as, weeks, months and years.

We are celebrating National Dental Health Month. So it is the perfect time to talk about how and why we need to take good care of our teeth. Our students will share any experiences they may have had when visiting the dentist. We will talk about going to the dentist for a check-up if teeth hurt or even if they feel fine and learn things to help keep teeth healthy.

Religion: I Discover God’s Gift

God Gave Us Animals, Light, Water and Air

Themes:

Animal Habitats

Valentine’s Day

Health, Dental Hygiene and Time

Presidents Day

Language and Literacy:

Letter of the week-  Kk — Uu — Xx — Zz

Real or Make-Believe Story

Change ending of the story.

Rhyme Fill-In

Beginning & Ending Consonant Sound of Picture words

Sight Words: are — can — like — look

Mathematics:

Number: Review Numbers 1 to 15

               16 sixteen – 17 seventeen – 18 eighteen

Measurements: Measuring Lengths and Measuring Time

                         Quantity of Numbers – More and Fewer

Important Dates to Remember:

Monday, February 4 – 2:00 p.m. Dismissal (ASP available)

Friday, February 8 – Auction Countdown 22 days – get your ticket

Wednesday, February 12 – 5:30 p.m. PTO Meeting

                            St. Patrick’s Day t-shirt order deadline

Friday, February 15 – Auction Countdown 15 days – get your ticket

Wednesday, February 14 – Valentine’s Day

Friday, February 22 – Auction Countdown 8 days – get your ticket

Monday, February 18 – Presidents’ Day No School Day

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

January 2019 Newsletter

Dear Parents,

Happy New Year! We hope that you and your family enjoyed the holiday season and the pleasure of being with family and friends.

Let’s all look ahead for more exciting learning opportunities for our K4 children. We will be talking about the “New Year”, the twelve months of the year and learning about important things that happen during each month. We will incorporate Science with discussions about Buoyancy, Migration and Hibernation. In Social Studies we will talk about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

In Math, we will continue to identify, create, extend and verbally describe a pattern of concrete objects. We will be introducing Non-Standard Measurement by using words like: long, short, tall, the same length, light, heavy, holds more and holds less.

During our story time, children will predict events in a story (we will ask predictive questions during the story telling “What will the character do next?”) or the children will be asked to provide a new story ending (after reading a story, we will let the children think and dictate their own story endings).

Please keep seasonally appropriate change of clothes, hat, gloves including underwear and socks in your child’s backpack for the cold weather. Please label everything.

Religion:
Review God’s gift of Sight, Touch, Smell, Taste and Hearing.
I Discover God’s Gift: God Gave Us Birds — God Gave Us Trees — God Gave Us Fish
I Can Share — I Can Help

Language:
Letters – Jj — Vv — Ee — Ww
Identify picture words that rhyme.
Story Sequencing
Sight Words – the — I am — at — an — and — are
Beginning and Ending Letter Sound of Picture Words
Practice writing Uppercase and Lowercase letters

Mathematics:
Numbers —- Review numbers 1 thru 12 — 13 thirteen — 14 fourteen — 15 fifteen
Review Primary and Secondary Colors — pink — gray
Identify and Make Patterns — AB — ABC — AABB
Non-Standard Measurement

Theme:
New Year
Buoyancy
Migration
Hibernation

Important Dates to Remember:

Thursday, January 3 – Back to School
Tuesday, January 8 – PTO Meeting (5:30 p.m. at Neglia Hall)
Wednesday, January 9 – End of 2nd Quarter
Friday, January 18 – Teacher Work Day
Monday, January 21 – No School (Martin Luther King Day)
Monday, January 28 to Friday February 1 – Catholic School Week
Tuesday, January 29 – Open House (4:00 to 6:00p.m.)
Thursday, January 31 – Porkchop Productions

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

December Newsletter

Dear Parents,

At this joyous and special time of the year we begin to think about our relationships: with Jesus, our Church, family and friends. Thoughts such as love, giving, sharing and compassion stand out as guiding rays of light and seem to take on a special sense of importance. We talk to our children about these values and their importance to each of us and to those close to us. This time of the year brings out the best in us and we seem to be more apt to share with others who don’t have as much as we do.

Advent season is a time of waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Waiting is difficult for young children, the Advent season is a good time for them to learn about patience and preparing as a way to handle the waiting time.
We will expose children to the Christmas holiday vocabulary through books and songs. Reading stories to children about the spirit of the Christmas season. Singing songs about Jesus are simple ways for children to learn and experience the value and enjoyment of Advent (waiting) for the celebration of Christmas.
Children will be learning about Advent and Christmas in our religious studies, as well as, integrating language, math, social studies, arts, music and science into their busy schedule. The children will be busy creating projects on various subjects and themes.
Toys are stressed in many of the activities in December. Allow your children to enjoy play time with their toys with or without friends. Play time provides clues about a child’s interests, attention span, stage of play development, social skills (example, the ability to share and to take turns), the ability to manipulate toys, and their imaginative and creative use of toys.
Let us be patient as the children continue to work on putting on outerwear (sweater, jacket, coat, hat and gloves). Help them practice using fasteners, including zippers and buttons.
Listening to Christmas stories and singing Christmas Carols help us to get into the spirit of Christmas. On December 7th we will watch the Ballet presentation of “Nutcracker” at Koger Center and then on December 18th the children will be participating in the Christmas Music Program.

Religion:
Advent Season
Christmas

Language and Literacy:
Letter of the week – Ss —– Dd —– Oo
Story Sequencing

Rhyming Words
Review – Letters upper case or lower case / Letter sound

Mathematics:
Number – 11 eleven —–12 twelve
Identify AB Pattern —– ABC Pattern
Sizes – Small, Medium, and Big
Greater (More) or Less (Fewer)
Color – white —– pink

Important Dates to Remember:
December 7 – Friday “Scrooge” Koger Center, 8:00 – 12:00
December 18 – Tuesday “Christmas Music Program” in the Basilica, 7:00pm;
teachers with students in Neglia Hall at 6:30pm. No After School Program
December 19 – Wednesday – Christmas Gift Exchange at 10:00 am
December 20 – Thursday – 11:30 school dismissal, no After School Program
December 21 to January 2 – Christmas Break
January 3 – School Resumes

Have a Wonderful and Merry Christmas to all!

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

November Newsletter

Dear Parents,

Thank you for sharing your time with us during the Parent/Teacher conference last Friday. We were happy to be able to meet all of you. Attending to children’s needs requires that we, as teachers, explore all areas of your child’s development. As we work to identify and improve these areas, we help to lay the foundation for their future success. That is why it is so important that Parents and Teachers work hand in hand to guide and nurture our students.

The first quarter went by so fast. The children will continue to work on their Fine Motor Skills. Gaining control of the hand muscles is a very important goal for the children. Children will continue practicing and improving their eye hand coordination, writing strokes and cutting skills. We will incorporate activities and projects that focus on the use of fine motor skills to strengthen the muscles in the children’s hands and fingers and to develop their coordination and general dexterity.

For the whole month of November we will explore God’s gift of the five senses. The children will be gaining a greater awareness and appreciation for their sense of sight, touch, hearing, smell and taste. The children will be able to express thankfulness to God for their senses through scripture, music, and prayer. We will also talk about Thanksgiving as a special celebration with family and friends.

In Language Literacy, children will now be learning about Rhyming Words. We will challenge them to identify words that Rhyme – Words that have the same ending sound. We will do this by using songs, nursery rhymes and poems, to help recognize rhyming words.

In Mathematics, children will continue learning about their numbers, colors, shapes, sizes and the concept of “more or less”. Play with your child by comparing groups of objects of no more than 8 to 10 objects/group and use quantitative vocabulary to describe them, such as, (Which has more or less?). We will also introduce classifying objects or pictures according to size and function or other conceptual categories.

Beginning November 5th, the K4’s are joining the Monday Morning Prayer at St. Peter’s Basilica. In the near future, our class will join the rest of the student body to attend the Wednesday morning Mass.

Please keep an appropriate change of clothes in your child’s backpack. With the change of weather, be sure that your child is dressed with a warm sweater or light jacket for outdoor activities.

Religion:
I can See —- I can Touch —– I Can Hear —– I Can Smell —– I Can Taste

Language:
Letters – B b —– I i —— C c—— S s
Rhyming Words

Mathematics:
Numbers —– 9 nine —– 10 ten —– Review numbers 1 thru 10
Review Primary Colors —– Secondary Colors —– brown —– black —– white
Size – Small, Medium and Large —– More and Less

Theme:
Fall Season and Thanksgiving

Important Dates to Remember:

November 9 – Friday – Assistant Superintendent Visit (Dr. John Rayes)
November 12 – Monday – Early Dismissal 2:00 p.m.
November 13 – Tuesday – PTO Meeting 5:30 p.m.
November 21, 22 & 23 – Thanksgiving Break No School

Happy Thanksgiving!

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

October Newsletter

Dear Parents,

We have been working on “SELF-HELP-SKILLS” a great deal in class. They are learning to get their own materials, gather their own things, as well as, cleaning up after themselves. A feeling of accomplishment; “I can do it” goes a long way towards building good healthy habits.

The children are learning their colors, numbers and body parts through songs and poems and many other combinations of music and movement activities that lighten the learning atmosphere. To help children learn and express their appreciation for God’s love and gift of life; we use scripture, music, prayer, stories, follow-up discussions, and various other activities.
They will continue to learn and recognize uppercase and lower case letters and their phonetic sounds. Please help them memorize them by using the flash cards that they will bring home every week. Play a game “Beginning Sound” with your child to name things around them that begins with a certain letter sound that they are learning. Let your child practice writing their
first name and the letters that they are learning from school. We will be talking about “Opposites” and reciting and memorizing more Nursery Rhymes. Children will also be working on their Journal Notebooks, painting, coloring, cutting and writing to help with their fine motor skills.

The children are progressing nicely in Mathematics with number recognition, counting accurately and writing numbers. Please encourage your child to practice writing numbers at home. Even if you think your child already knows numbers, it’s important that he/she sees the relationship between the “written number” and the “amount” being counted. We will work more on the concepts of “Same and Different” and will now begin working on objects that are in “Pairs”. We will also introduce “Things that Go Together”, Sorting and Classifying by different attributes like colors, shapes and sizes. Children enjoyed learning their primary colors with a song. Have them sing the Color Songs to you and at the same time reviewing it with them.

We feel honored to be part of your children lives, we are also aware of the responsibilities we have in teaching and nurturing your children to enhance their social and emotional skills.

Religion:
1st week “My Smile Is Special” In this lesson, the children take pride in their own smile, given to them by God. Children will learn the uniqueness of
everyone’s smiles.

2nd week “My Hands are Special” They will also develop an awareness of the value of having hands and a sense of thankfulness for them. Hands are indeed a marvelous gift from God. Encourage your child to think of all the things for which they use their hands.

3rd week “My Voice Is Special” Children will discover why their voices are very special. No two voices are the same. Our voices are gifts from God that can be used in many different ways. The sound of our voice can help convey our feelings.

4th week “God Made Me” We will be finishing Unit One “God Made Me” for our Religion study. The lessons promote the children’s feelings of happiness and joy for their names, smile, hands, and voices – which are all gifts from God that help contribute toward their self-uniqueness and increase their awareness of themselves and God’s love for them.

Theme: My Family —— My Friends —— In My Neighborhood —— Fall Season / Halloween

Language: Letters – P p —– G g —— A a —— R r

Mathematics:
Numbers ——————– 6 six —– 7 seven —– 8 eight —– 9 nine
Secondary Color ———– Orange —– Green —– Purple
Shapes ———————- Rectangle —– Oval —– Diamond —– Trapezoid

Important Dates to Remember:

October 2 Tuesday – 5 Friday ——- Scholastic Book Fair
October 4 Thursday ——————-Pet Blessing (Soccer Field 2:30 p.m.)
October 5 Friday ———————- Grandparents Day Celebration (8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.)
October 8 Monday ——————– Columbus Day (no school day)
October 9 Tuesday ——————– PTO Meeting (5:30 – 6:30 p.m.)
October 22 Monday —————— End of 1st Quarter
October 25 Thursday —————– PTO Halloween Party (5:30 – 7:30)
October 26 Friday ——————— Teacher Workday
November 2 Friday ——————– Parent Teacher Conference (no school day)

 

Your K4 Team: Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Robinson

September 4, 2018

September Newsletter

Dear Parents,

We hope that you had an enjoyable Labor Day weekend. The K-4 children are trying to know each other, know where to look for the things they need, and are trying their best to follow directions, classroom rules and routines.
On a daily basis children will be writing their names and practicing how to hold a writing instrument correctly. At home, show your children how to hold a writing instrument by placing your hand over theirs while writing to demonstrate the correct way to hold the writing instrument.

Theme: Body
This month, children will be identifying body parts and what each part can do. Although we are different from everyone else, our bodies are made of the same things as everyone else. The exact same parts and each of those identical parts are doing the exact same function for each of us and all those many parts combined, keep us alive.

Occasionally ask your child to imagine how things would be different if they didn’t have that particular part of their body (e.g., eyes, hands, ears, and so on).

Religion: My Name Is Special and Discovering Me
The children will learn to develop positive attitudes about themselves, their families and friends by discovering and learning more about the many gifts, talents, and abilities God has provided to them and all mankind.

Language and Literacy: Letter Ff , Hh, Nn, Mm
We will start to learn uppercase and lower case letters. First we will work on letter recognition of uppercase and lower case letters, then the sounds, and the writing of the letters. Children will also learn “Nursery Rhymes” and opposites.

Mathematics: Shape – Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Diamond
Number – 2 two, 3-three, 4-four, 5-five
Color – Primary Colors: red, yellow, blue
Same /Different and Alike

In Mathematics, children will learn more about number characters, number words, then will make sets and count using one to one correspondence. Children will learn about primary colors, two dimensional shapes, and lines that they will use for writing strokes. They will also learn more about objects that are the same/different and alike.

Special Area Schedule:
Monday: Guidance, Tuesday: Spanish and Music, Wednesday: Library and Technology,
Thursday: Library and Music, Friday: P.E.

Important Date to Remember:
Friday, September 7 – “Free Soccer Shots (ASP)
Tuesday, September 11 – First PTO Meeting (5:30p.m.)
Monday, September 17 – Early Dismissal 2p.m. After School Program Available

Team: Mrs. Elizabeth Pasco and Mrs. Pamela Robinson