Friday, February 23, 2018


I look forward to meeting with you next week to discuss your child. Ms. Carter and I have done assessments throughout the year and are completing a few formal individual assessments with each child. The spring conference is a time that we typically discuss social development, self regulation,  numeracy skills, letter and sound knowledge, friendships, and plans for next year. Please feel free to email me if there is something specific that you want Ms. Carter and I to be prepared to discuss.

Thank you for taking the time to meet with us.

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Raptor Center

This morning the Raptor Center stopped by.  We got to learn about raptors as birds of prey.  The children got to see how they all have talons, big eyes, and learn some details about each one!


Due to the continued victory of our girls' hockey team, tomorrow is BLUE AND GOLD DAY !

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Blue and Gold Spirit Day!

As you know, our girls' hockey team is advancing to the state championship.  They play in the semis tomorrow, and if they win, the final game on Friday.

Mrs. Bailey has announced ... "Let's "cheer them on" with a BLUE & GOLD CASUAL DAY TOMORROW!"

Monday, February 12, 2018

Conferences are around the corner!

Conference registration dates are COMING SOON!
February 20 - 9:00am:  Registration opens for parents with 3 or more children
February 22 - 9:00am:  Registration opens for all parents

Ms. Carter and I are looking forward to meeting with you on March 1st and 2nd!

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Kindness Quilt

Ms. Carter and the class have been busy this week making a kindness quilt to display in the hallway.  They were inspired by the book The Kindness Quilt by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace. Each student took the time to draw a picture and write about how she/he has shown kindness toward someone else recently.  Once everyone was done they mounted their work and tied them together into a quilt. Ms. Carter and the children are also preparing supplies to invite others in our community to add onto the quilt to see if we can collect more examples of kindness in our community. Check it out in the hallway near our class and PLEASE add to it!