- February 14th Valentine’s Day Friendship Celebration
- February 17th School is OPEN!!
- DATE CHANGE! End of the year recital May 27th, 2020 school closes at 3:00 p.m.
- March 18th, 2020 Spring Pictures
Attention!! If you have not signed up for Remind please do so. Here you will receive school closing messages and additional classroom messages. Please make sure to pack appropriate outside wear for your child. It is mandated by the state that children go out side during the winter months as well.
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SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Open Registration Period for the 20/21 summer camp and academic school year is
open for existing student only until Feb 22, 2019! After this date, we will open registration to new students. Space is filled on a first-come-first-serve basis so please register before this date to ensure your spot.
The students are getting back into the swing of things from vacation and we are excited with the new material that is being introduced the second half of the school year. Read below on what’s been happening over the past month…
In January practical life introduced new food prep to all of the classes. We worked on bread crumbs, new scrubbing material and polishing. The students had an awesome time with learning about how to take care of our plants, and arranging flowers.
In sensorial we have started working on extensions of the knobless cylinders. Students are able to add additional material together to elaborate the use of sensorial material. Check out this video here
This month in Language we talked about Antarctica and the Arctic. The children were introduced to more ocean animals. Our students also learned about rhyming.
Students learned about snow and discussed more about the seasons. Our discussion about the Arctic brought up the Arctic Circle and where it is located. Our students also learned about different land forms and where some are found right in Michigan.
Students read books about Dr. Martin Luther King. We also learned about the peace tree and had a wonderful peace ceremony.
Links you might need:
- School Calendar
- Remind Text Message System
- Summer Schedule Change
- Request to Add Days
- Parent Handbook
- Classroom Birthday
- Pest Control Schedule
HOW can you help at home? Remember to allow your child time to decompress after school. Wait until dinner, bath time, or bed time to ask these questions…..
What is a peace rose?
What is a peninsula? What is a gulf?
What season does is snow in?
Can you tell me about Antartica?
Check out pictures from January!!!