Thursday, 21 September 2017

Newsletter #3

September 21 Edition of
The K/1 Class News

Hello Everyone!

The children continue to do an excellent job at school. They are all well adapted now and are aware of expected behaviour and routines. 

This week we learned a lot about colours. We experimented with mixing colours, matching colours and identifying colours. We also had fun learning how to move safely in the gym, explored nature and went on a “mini beast” hunt. The kids also learned about rhyming words and wrote in their journals. At our Whole School Meeting Sylvio and Franky presented their artwork to the school and Sylvio won the draw for an orange shirt to wear on Orange Shirt Day! Congratulations! 

We are looking for a Class Rep for our class. This is a parent who would be willing to call other parents about PAC matters or activate the phone tree. If you would be willing to take this on please let us know.

As we enter into the rainy season we hope that you can make sure to send your child a spare change of clothes to be kept at school (if you haven’t already done so). Rain boots and jackets are also requested as we try to spend time outside most days.

We continue to enjoy the All About Me projects. Please send in your poster when it is ready for the class to enjoy. If you missed your date, please send in the photo board whenever it is ready.

Next Tuesday is Orange Shirt Day. This is a day students and staff are encouraged to wear orange in spirit of reconciliation and hope because every child matters.

If you are able to volunteer in the classroom or on fieldtrips, please be sure to complete the criminal record check required by the district. Here is the link:
To access the online request go to:    
Access Code: DNW8SBGDPQ

We have shared with you an email list for making play dates with classmates. A phone list will be sent out soon.

Have a great weekend!
Ara and Kaz


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