Monthly Archives: April 2016

TK Days: April 25 – April 29th

Welcome to Week 30! This post includes:   •EBS Idol     •Mother’s Day Celebration    •Jog-A-Thon Dance Party     •Bucket Fillers Unite     •Spring Open House    •Field Trip Information    •Star of the Week    •This Week’s Curriculum   •Future Dates   •The Week Ahead

EBS Idol 2016

What a show! For those of you that attended I hope you enjoyed all those performances! So amazing to see what kids can do! If you weren’t able to make it this year, put it on your calendar to attend next year! Here’s a few pics to recap the event!

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Mother’s Day Celebration

We can’t wait to celebrate all you awesome moms! We hope you can make it out and we are sorry if it inconveniences anyone with work schedules. We tried to pick the best day/time possible for everyone to attend and not conflict with Music class. Come and join us in Room 206 for some sweet moments with your TK student and our class!

  • Where: Room 206
  • Date: Thursday, May 5, 2016
  • Time: 8:45 am – 9:15 am
  • RSVP: Please RSVP to let us know if you will be able to join us!


Jog-A-Thon Dance Party

Flyers went home with students today to invite them to the Jog-A-Thon Dance party! TK students had to run a minimum of 7 laps to participate in the dance event. We had a big cheer as every student in Room 206 ran at least 7 laps so we all will be dancing away! We gave a big cheer for the team effort!

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Bucket Fillers Unite!

I already mentioned in the email that went out this week that we had read a favorite book about “bucket filling!” If you are wondering what on earth I’m talking about or maybe you’ve been hearing your TK student jabber about some “bucket filling” conversation around the house…here’s why! This book shares the secret to positively filling someone else up which in turn fills yourself up with true joy as well! It has made us think about our words and all the small gestures that someone says or does that dips or fills a bucket (such an eye roll or a hug, or even a smile).

Have a conversation this weekend talking about filling and dipping. Check in at dinner to see what bucket(s) they’ve filled in that day.

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Spring Open House

Make sure you’ve marked your calendars! Our annual Open House is coming on Thursday, May 12th! This is a family-friendly event! Come on out as all classrooms are open! You will be able to tour our class and see your child’s work/art displayed in the room. Visit the school art show (every student in the school has a displayed piece). Check out the time details below!

  • 5:30 – 6:30 Classrooms are open to walk through
  • 5:30 – 7:30 Art Exhibit open in the Multi Purpose Room

Field Trip Information

We have 2 field trips left this year! The first one will be on-site at EBS so no drivers needed. The second one is in Escondido and we will need drivers….if you haven’t returned your form for Category C clearance, please turn it in soon!  See the info. on both trips below.

  • Tuesday, May 24, 2016 – Incredible Insects (Natural History Museum) at EBS. This field trip is on-site so we won’t need any drivers, or carseats. We will be joining the first graders to participate in a mobile field trip. Students will break into small groups to experience different stations about incredible insects!
  • Wednesday, June 1, 2016 – Children’s Art Museum in Escondido. We will be heading up to Escondido by car (driver’s needed) to take a short art class and then explore the museum for awhile. We will be headed back to EBS before our regular 12:30 dismissal. Information will be going home soon.

This Week’s Star!

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 This past week in…

  • Poetry (writing) – This week we started a Poetry writing unit! We have read many student poems and noticed some of the unique qualities of poetry and how this type of writing is so flexible. The students have been trying on some of this work as they tried out poetry! They are loving it! We will continue to work on this for the next couple of week!
  • Math – We are continuing to learn about shapes and their attributes. We have done a lot of comparing about what is similar and what is different.
  • Phonogram /ch/ – We spent this week practicing the /ch/ sound. We found many words that start with this phonogram. We make a sound like a train to say…”ch, ch, ch….ch, ch, ch…ch, ch, ch…C – H!” Have your child sing this to you!

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Upcoming Events

  • Gold Ribbon Award Ceremony – May 4th at 9:00am
  • Mother’s Day Celebration in Room 206 – May 5th, 8:45 – 9:15
  • Jog-A-Thon Dance Party – May 5th, 9:30 – 10:00
  • Open House/Art Show – Thursday, May 12th, 5:30 – 6:30
  • Incredible Insects Onsite Field Trip – Tuesday, May 24th
  • Memorial Day Weekend – No School Friday 5/27 – Monday 5/30
  • Last Day of School – June 21st

See Calendar Dates Page on our website to see important dates for this year!

A Look at our Week Ahead

Monday – 5/2

  • Volunteers: Shiho Brenner, Nikki Green

Tuesday – 5/3

  • Volunteers: Stacy McMullan
  • TK/K PLC collaboration day – Mrs. Leatherwood will be present that morning.

Wednesday – 5/4

  • Volunteers: Jeanne Smith, Megan McGarry
  • Gold Ribbon Assembly

Thursday – 5/5

  • Volunteers: Kelly Murphy
  • Technology Academy with Mrs. Martin
  • Lunch Only day at 11:35 pm (eat a BIG breakfast)
  • Minimum Day, whole school dismisses at 12:30pm (dismissal in 206)
  • Mother’s Day Celebration 8:45 – 9:15 am
  • Jog-A-Thon Dance Party 9:30 – 10:00

Friday – 5/6

  • Volunteers: Karrie Yi
  • Music with Mr. Waczek – 8:50 am

TK Days: May 2nd – 6th

Welcome to Week 31! This post includes:    •Happy Mother’s Day    •206 Mother’s Day Tea •Teacher Appreciation    •Gold Ribbon Assembly    •Jog-A-Thon Dance Party   •Field Trip Clearance   •This Week’s Star   •This Week’s Curriculum   •Future Dates   •The Week Ahead

Happy Mother’s Day!

Today is your day! I sincerely hope all you 206 moms have a special day! This day signifies that you are the world to your children! They watch you, they admire you, they can’t get enough of you! You are their world and you are irreplaceable to them!

Your children, Mrs. Hickson and myself thank you and hope you have a fantastic Mother’s Day! We hope you enjoy the special gift with your child’s unique touch!

With that said, I hope you enjoy these sweet faces as they thought of you as they posed for a Mother’s Day pic!

206 Mother’s Day Tea 2016

Thursday we had many of our mothers, grandmothers, and aunts come on out! We enjoyed some delish muffins and Martinelli’s. The students made a bookmark for Mommy with their picture on it! The students also left a poem and paper bouquet of flowers for Mommy!

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Teacher Appreciation Week

What a week! Mrs. Hickson and I couldn’t be more grateful for the continuous love that you shared this week! Thank you for all the thoughtful words, cards, gifts and treats! We are so grateful to work with such a wonderful class of students and families! Thank you for showing such generous appreciation! It has been a fantastic year!

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Our French Administrators…bringing us Nothing Bundt Cake!

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Gold Ribbon Assembly

This week Ms. Sloan held an assembly to celebrate the school’s accomplishment of being awarded the one-time Gold Ribbon Award. We were 1 of 4 schools in all San Diego District to receive the award! Students and parents gathered to hear the EBS choir sing, and to hear student speakers share why they believe EBS is such a great school. We even had a 206 student represent by reading his own reasons by EBS is so fantastic! A surprise finally to the assembly was when all of the EBS Idol teachers performed their dance. The even bigger surprise was when the music kept stopping and we had to re-perform the beginning of the dance multiple times! ….The students LOVED it!

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Jog-A-Thon Dance Party

This week students were able to attend the Jog-A-Thon dance party if they ran the minimum number of laps for that grade. All of our TK students were able to attend as they all ran the minimum number of laps. After their half hour dance period, the students each finished the celebration with an Otter Pop! What a fun day!

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Field Trip Clearance

If you haven’t got your clearance in yet for the Category C clearance, please do so now! Our field trip is set for June 1st. Paperwork will be coming home shortly, though if we do not have enough parent drivers we will have to cancel the trip.

The Category C clearance takes about 2 weeks to process. In addition, we found out since we are clearing so late, your Category C clearance will still be valid through the next school year!

This Week’s Star!

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Upcoming Events

  • Open House – Thursday, May 12th @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • On Site Field Trip – Tuesday, May 24th @EBS
  • Escondido Children’s Museum Field Trip – June 1, 2016
  • Memorial Day Weekend – No School Friday 5/27 – Monday 5/30
  • Last Day of School – June 21st

See Calendar Dates Page on our website to see important dates for this year!

A Look at our Week Ahead

Monday – 5/9

  • Volunteers: Shiho Brenner, Phyllis Chan

Tuesday – 5/10

  • Volunteers: Stacy McMullan

Wednesday – 5/11

  • Volunteers: Jeanne Smith, Megan McGarry
  • Extra Music Class with Mr. Waczek

Thursday – 5/12

  • Volunteers: Laarnie Chou, Monica Rashidian, Meeyoung Lim
  • Technology Academy with Mrs. Martin
  • Lunch Only day at 11:35 pm (eat a BIG breakfast)
  • Minimum Day, whole school dismisses at 12:30pm (dismissal in 206)
  • Open House: 5:30 – 6:30 in classrooms

Friday – 5/13

  • Volunteers: Karrie Yi
  • Music with Mr. Waczek – 8:50 am

TK Days: April 18th – April 22nd

Welcome to Week 29! This post includes:  •Character Education – Perseverance  •Volunteer Tea/Superhero Day!  •Go Noodle   •EBS Idol   •Star of the Week    •This Week’s Curriculum   •Future Dates   •The Week Ahead

Character Education – Perseverance

Last week Deb Marich came in to discuss Perseverance with the students! This was fantastic as this has been one of our main themes this year along with generosity. She shared a story with them about trying and trying and then used beloved puppets! You can see the excitement and mesmerized looks on their faces! She used the analogy of learning to ride a bike and how it takes trying and trying to be able to ride. Finally the students wrote an example of how they show perseverance. They love this concept and work hard to live it when challenges come up! Continue praising those mistakes and all that effort!

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Volunteer Tea/Superhero Day!

Cheers to Volunteers! This was such a great day! The kids loved dressing up in their superhero costumes! I loved the individuality that came out on what a superhero was to each child! We had a policeman and Super Mario with us!

We had a group of volunteers that were able to make it to the tea. They enjoyed refreshments and sat at our classroom decorated table cloth (see below)  as they listened to the EBS Choir sing many songs.

The class helped to make cards for each volunteer! The parents that weren’t able to join us at the tea, received their card in their child’s folder the next day!

Mrs. Hickson and I are both so grateful for the committment and time you devote to our class! The students know each of you and feel safe to ask for help from each of you. We both know that you all are what make this class so amazing! There are so many things we wouldn’t be able to do without you all! Each family in our class supports at home and school and encourages your young student to do their best and keep on trying! Thank you to each family!

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Go Noodle (aka Pop See Koo)

You may have heard your child running around your home singing and dancing to the tune…/pop/ /see/ /koe/. This is a new activity for our class. If there is a few spare minutes at the end of the school day, their first request is to do a Go Noodle dance. Since it is so loved I thought I’d share the website with you in case you wanted to Pop See Koo at your own home! Enjoy the multiple options of silly dance and singing! Completely healthy to work on dance, coordination, perseverance, and laughing fun! Give it a try if you dare!

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EBS Idol

One more plug on EBS Idol…this Friday will be the school’s annual talent show. Students have pre-auditioned and rehearsed to share their best rendition of talent. It can be lengthy, but super captivating and for me a bit emotional! Last year was my first and as I watched students of all ages, overcome fear to bravely perform in front of a huge crowd I was blown away! I hope some of you can join in the fun to cheer on these brave little souls and maybe let your little one imagine trying an act on next year! It all starts with a “what if!” The last act of the night is always a teacher act! This year the teachers are  dancing a Bollywood number! I’m not a great dancer, but its been lots of fun to practice a skill so foreign to me! Hope to see you all there!

Here’s a pic from last year!

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This Week’s Stars!

This week we had 2 STARS! Check out what makes them each so unique and special!

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 This past week in…

  • Math – We have been doing some Problem of the Day work to keep up our skills and practice not only on adding and subtracting, but understanding what a question is asking. This week, we used a problem that had 2 questions. This was new for the kids and a lot of fun. It is interesting and very informative to see what the children do especially in the event of a new challenge.
  • Writing – This week we worked to wrap up our Opinion Unit in writing. The students have been working diligently on not only developing an opinion but using reasons, stories, manners and ideas to convince their readers.
  • Phonogram /th/ – As many of our students are using some of these familiar diagraphs in their writing, we wanted to take the time to call out what it looks like, how to write it and that some “th” words blow air with your tongue through your teeth and that the other commonly used “th” words vibrate teeth on the tongue with a tickly feeling.

Upcoming Events

  • EBS Idol – Friday, April 29th ($5 a seat)
  • Open House – Thursday, May 12th
  • Memorial Day Weekend – No School: Friday 5/27 – Monday 5/30

See Calendar Dates Page on our website to see important dates for this year!

A Look at our Week Ahead

Monday – 4/25

  • Volunteers: Shiho Brenner

Tuesday – 4/26

  • Volunteers: Stacy McMullan

Wednesday – 4/27

  • Volunteers: Jeanne Smith, Megan McGarry

Thursday – 4/28

  • Technology Academy with Mrs. Martin
  • Lunch Only day at 11:35 pm (eat a BIG breakfast)
  • Minimum Day, whole school dismisses at 12:30pm (dismissal in 206)
  • Volunteers: Kelly Murphy, Nikki Green

Friday – 4/29

  • EBS Idol – MPR
  • Music with Mr. Waczek – 8:50 am
  • Volunteers: Karrie Yi

TK Days: April 11th – April 15th

Welcome to Week 28! This post includes:   •Belmont Village Field Trip Recap   •Run Club Achievements   •Superhero Day – Volunteer Tea   •Spring Picture Day   •Snack/Breakfast   •New Field Trip Requirements  •Star of the Week    •This Week’s Curriculum   •Future Dates   •The Week Ahead

Belmont Village Field Trip!!!!

Absolutely one of my best field trips in all my years teaching! We had such a great time! The energy level was high with excitement, nerves and a little bit of fear as we drove over and waited to come into the Belmont Village Center! These students were amazing though! We discussed what some conversation pieces might sound like as we interact with our new friends along with how to explain the gift we brought for them.

As we walked in, we gave out our gifts and explained they could be hung in the windows to show the light through. After some conversation time, the students got into our formation and sang “Rockin’ Robin” and “Here Comes the Sun” to the room full of people! They lit of the room and the eyes of these residents who love the brightness of a 5-year old child. All the residents kept thanking the students and saying how wonderful they were! After singing the students walked around to say goodbye and freely gave warm hugs to the guests! (this was a big tear jerker after watching their sweet voices sing Here Comes the Sun).

Finally we stopped at a near by park on the drive home. The students loved the large playdate at the park. We brought our lunches and they played and played. The parents who volunteered generously gave of their time and help! It was a beautiful day that touched many!

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Run Club Achievements

Give a cheer for these two students who diligently attended and ran at the before school run club to get these milestone ribbons!

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Superhero Day! – Volunteer Tea

To highlight our volunteers and the theme of the Volunteer Tea – Teachers and Students (and parents if you wish) have been invited to dress like a Super Hero on Thursday!

Volunteer Tea – Volunteers have been invited to come for refreshments and a choir performance on Thursday, April 21 from 11:10 to 12:30.  You are welcome to come at any time.  The choir performance will begin at 11:45.   Teachers will be in to greet and thank volunteers during their grade level lunch times: Our class lunch time is from 11:35 – 12:05.

Thank you for all your time and help throughout this year! You all Rock!

Spring Picture Day

Students took Spring Pictures on Wednesday morning. Here’s a little capture of the photo set up!

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Some of the students have been complaining of being hungry during the morning and some have complained they are still hungry after snack. Have a conversation with your child and see if you think they need additional snack packed for school. Remind them they have a choice to eat it all if they are hungry or finish it later if they are satisfied. Try to have a big enough breakfast or a protein packed breakfast to last us until mid-morning.

As a reminder, the cafeteria is always an option for students as well. Just practice their account number so they have this as an option. If there isn’t money in the account they can still buy snack and it will be billed to the account.

Thank you in advance for helping as our growth and hunger needs are constantly changing!

New Field Trip Requirements!!

See a picture of the form below! I’ll send one home in every folder if you think you might be able to drive to our last field trip (at the end of May or early June). This is a new requirement and has about a 2 week turn-around to get processed.

This new Category C Requirement is only available to currently cleared volunteers. If anyone still needs to be cleared, Mrs. Dee will begin to process new applications in the fall.

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This Week’s Star!

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 This past week in…

  • Math – We have continued our work on geometry. We sorted shapes in different ways and (shape, number of sides, number of corners, size…etc). We will continue learning about what is the same and different and start some understanding about quadrilaterals.
  • Writing – How to convince a reader (how to get them to agree with you)…This is a new chart we have been working on. Students have been writing about problems, this week we added in some ways to get your reader to be convinced of your problem. We will continue this chart and writing practice next week. See the chart below!
  • Letter Ff! This is our last letter of the week! Over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on different sound chunks (diagraphs, blends, dipthongs) for our week’s focus.
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This is our chart as of Wednesday. Stop by 206 to see the completed chart!

Upcoming Events

See Calendar Dates Page on our website to see important dates for this year!

A Look at our Week Ahead

Monday – 4/18

  • Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Hickson will each teach part of this day!
  • Volunteers: Shiho Brenner, Phyllis Chan

Tuesday – 4/19

  • Volunteers: Stacy McMullan
  • TK/K PLC collaboration day – Mrs. Leatherwood will be present that morning.

Wednesday – 4/20

  • Volunteers: Jeanne Smith, Megan McGarry, Meeyoung

Thursday – 4/21

  • Volunteer Tea: 11:10 – 12:30 in the MPR
  • Superhero Day – Dress like a superhero to honor our parent volunteers
  • Lunch Only day at 11:35 pm (eat a BIG breakfast)
  • Minimum Day, whole school dismisses at 12:30pm (dismissal in 206)
  • Volunteers: Laarnie Chou, Monica Rashidian

Friday – 4/22

  • School Wide Assembly – Topic: Growth Mindset
  • Music with Mr. Waczek – 8:50 am
  • Volunteers: Karrie Yi,  Ann Tran-Lien

TK Days: April 4th – April 8th

Welcome to Week 27! This post includes:   Fine Artists  •Jog-A-Thon Envelopes   •New Field Trip Requirements   •Scripps Ranch Newsletter   •Spring Pictures   •Buddy Pictures  •Gift Card Order   •Volunteer Tea   • Open House   •Star of the Week    •This Week’s Curriculum   •Future Dates   •The Week Ahead

Fine Artists

This week the students learned and practiced surreal painting that modeled after the work of a Spanish artist named Joan Miro from the 1800’s. The students had a great time working with chalk to sketch, then paint to color in shapes of the art and finally black paint to outline their shapes and leave negative space around the work.

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Jog-A-Thon Envelopes

Jog-A-Thon envelopes were returned this week so that you could see the amount for the total laps run and return to the AFP. The total laps for each student were posted the week after Jog-A-Thon. Our students did great and our whole class did more than 7 laps each! That’s awesome! What a great day and memory we have to hold on to!

New Field Trip Requirements (for May!)

New field trip requirements are being implemented at EBS for security and safety reasons. Beginning May 1st, parents who plan to drive students on field trips must get a Category C clearance. To do this you must:

  • Already be a cleared EBS Volunteer
  • Get a Category C form from Mrs. Krissy (fill it out and return it)
  • This form will be submitted to the school police for a DMV check

NOTE: Each application takes about 2 weeks to process. Contact Krissy Duke for further questions

We do plan to take one more field trip this year if we can get enough drivers. Our field trip will likely be the last week in May or the early part of June. If you would like to drive, please get your Category C paperwork returned to Miss Krissy. Spread the word to 206 families who may not read the weekly blog.

Scripps Ranch Newsletter

We made the Scripps Ranch Newsletter! Room 206 was highlighted in the last Monthly newsletter for our Generosity Bag collection. Check out the blurb! So exciting!

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Spring Pictures

This coming week, we have spring pictures. These will take place the same day as our field trip! We fortunately get to take our pictures first on this day! Our students will go directly to the cafeteria for pictures. Feel free to bring your Jog-A-Thon shirt to change into after spring pictures!

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Buddy Pictures

This is an opportunity coming up on April 13th and 14th. Students are able to take pictures with a buddy for the yearbook. The cost is usually $1.00 per pictures. These are taken after school on the big playground on both these days. Check in with the office for more info!

EBS Gift Card Order

Like in December a gift card order will go home on April 14th. This is a chance order any gift cards for your personal use or gifts for birthdays and events. It also gives proceeds to EBS for gifts you would have already purchased on your own. Gift card orders will be process and sent home to you on April 26th.

Volunteer Tea

The annual EBS volunteer tea is to appreciate all you hard working volunteers that come in each month to help! This event takes place April 21st. Please RSVP by this week if you plan to attend.

EBS Open House

This event takes place on Thursday, May 12th! We hope you and your whole family can come by to take pride in your child’s effort and hard work this year. The classrooms will be open to display student work and the EBS art show (1 piece from every student) will be displayed in the MPR. We hope to see you all there!

This Week’s Star!

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 This past week in…

  • Math – Started a new concept of geometry in math. We began to look at the shapes in math. We will continue to practice the concept of putting together and taking apart as we practice learning about shapes.
  • Writing – In writing this week we spoke about important parts about Opinion writing. We discussed using our writing to convince people. With this we started by reviewing we using an “I think” statement to share our opinion. Then we give multiple reasons why this is important. We will continue to discuss the ways in which we convince people using writing this next week! I’m so proud of these little writers and all they’ve learned!
  • Letter Kk! This week we went on a Kk hunt by looking for things that start with a /k/ sound. We also made a list of items that begin with the /k/ sound and practiced writing the letter Kk as well.

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Upcoming Events

  • Field Trip – Wednesday, April 13th
  • Spring Pictures – Wednesday, April 13th @ 8:45 (bring your Jog-A-Thon shirt to change into)
  • Buddy Pictures – April 13th and 14th
  • Volunteer Tea – April 21st
  • EBS Idol – Friday, April 29th
  • Open House/Art Show – Thursday, May 12th

See Calendar Dates Page on our website to see important dates for this year!

A Look at our Week Ahead

Monday – 4/11

  • Volunteers: Saori Massey

Tuesday – 4/12

  • Volunteers: Stacy McMullan, Deb Marich
  • Character Education – Deb Marich

Wednesday – 4/13

  • Volunteers: Jeanne Smith, Megan McGarry, Ann Tran-Lien
  • Field trip to Belmont Village (leave around 9:45)
  • Spring Pictures at 8:45 am

Thursday – 4/14

  • Technology Academy with Mrs. Martin
  • Lunch Only day at 11:35 pm (eat a BIG breakfast)
  • Minimum Day, whole school dismisses at 12:30pm (dismissal in 206)
  • Volunteers: Kelly Murphy

Friday – 4/15

  • Music with Mr. Waczek – 8:50 am
  • Volunteers: Karrie Yi