Week of 2-22-21 to 2-26-21

Hello Kindergarten Families!!

Let's see what weather we are in store for this week!

Seems like a pretty standard week for Kindergarten. We will learn about the Stations of the Cross, learn more about Lent, talk about measurement in Math, practice CVC words and comprehension skill in ELA, and learn about cultures, diversity, customs, and traditions through folk tales in Social Studies this week. Please encourage good pencil grips and neat letters when writing at home.

If we think of anything else, we will follow up with an email!


We update this site each Sunday evening, however, may need to re-update during the week...if so, we will send an email/SeeSaw. Thanks, in advance, for your patience.

Be sure to send in water and healthy snacks (fresh fruit, veggies, cheeses, meats), and as the weather gets colder, a jacket/coat for recess. We will spend time outside each day..unless it is really let's be prepared for all weather! Please label hats, gloves, etc, just in case they get lost, misplaced, or forgotten outside.

Reminder that Fridays, are Spirit Wear option days, this year and we plan on PE for Wednesdays..

Our Virtual Lessons are lead and monitored by Mrs. Schmorr. She helps our students with follow-up activities after the 'virtual lesson'. We take care of the follow-up activities in the classroom. If your child is out sick for a day or so, we will help them to catch up with missed work when they return to school.

++T2's policy has changed a bit, in regards to remote lessons. Students who are absent for a day or so, may view the recorded lessons from each day. The school is compiling the videos in one location. More info to follow. The students who are signed up for T2 remote lessons should continue to do so, and meet with Mrs. Schmorr after each lesson for follow-up and reinforcement. Ms. Baker and/or Miss Toth will notify the Kindergarten Team if any, typically in-person, students need to join remotely, due to exposure/isolation/etc. ++

Be well and stay safe!

The Kindergarten Team

Practice the Level A and Level B word lists with you child(ren). Flash cards on the night stand or before the SeeSaw video..Once these are mastered and can be read fluently and accurately, feel free to move on to Color words and Number words. We will continue Level A , Level B, and Level C through T2. In addition to Sight Words, we are working on sounding out C-V-C (consonant, vowel, consonant) words, such as: bat, mud, pin, etc...

Level A Word List: am, at, can, go, is, me, my, see, the, to, up, we

Level B Word List: and, do, got, had, has, he, his, in, it, like, look, on, come

Level C Word List: are, come, did, for, get, have, here, him, of, play, said, she, will, you

Check with your children on the condition of their crayons and glue sticks...also, consider a travel soap container for their crayons, to help the kids stay organized.