Author Archives: Bridget Dennis
Hello! the 3rd nine weeks will end April 7th. Spring break will occur April 10th – 14th. Spring weather can be unpredictable. Please check each day as we will go outside if it is dry and above 40 degrees.
This week we will celebrate Valentines Day by exchanging valentines with the class. Please use the list provided last week to address the valentines. Please keep working on sight words and letter sounds.
Welcome back to the first full week of schools since before Christmas! Please look for your child’s sight word assessment to come home. You will see the ones he/she read to me and the ones to keep working on. Please … Continue reading
Hello! The nine weeks will be ending in roughly two weeks. Our parent-teacher conference day has been canceled to make up for snow days. If I feel the need for a conference, I will contact you. Please contact me if … Continue reading
We will have a hot chocolate party on Tuesday, December 20th. Thank you so much for your willingness to help! Your kids are lucky. Please have a restful and joyous holiday break. All of the kids should be on the … Continue reading
Please be sure to send your child with a coat each day. We will go outside for recess as long as the temperature is above 40 degrees. This time of year is very exciting for our little kindergartners. Please review … Continue reading
Hello everyone! Please be aware that the first nine weeks ends on November 7th. Keep practicing your child’s personal information as well as numbers, letters and sounds. I hope that everyone can make it to the Math Mystery night on … Continue reading
Hello, parents! Please remember to send a change of clothes in your child’s back pack. They will remain there and don’t need to be replaced unless used. We will complete the PALS the first week of November (November 3,4). This … Continue reading
Hello again! Progress reports will go home this Wednesday. Please be on the look out for them. Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions and/or concerns. Remember that children move at varying paces. Kindergarten is a year of … Continue reading