Newsletter for Week of September 13th

  • Our story this week was Pete the Cat Rocking in my School Shoes. The lesson is attached below for you to use at home with your child.
  • The Rhyming song for this month is Mary Had a Little Lamb. The students use a Big Mack repeater button to sing this familiar song and practice the rhyming words
  • Our letter focus this week was “Aa”
  • The students practiced number recognition and counting with our Apple Tree  interactive book. We counted apples, sorted apples, painted with apples, learned about 1/2 and whole and apple stars, made apple muffins and ate it too!
  • The students worked on their book handling skills.  We practiced turning pages from left to right and pointing to pictures on the pages
  • We continue to study the Unique Learning System unit on School Rules 
  • Our core vocab words for August/September are I, Want, and No

Upcoming Events

  • October 8th – ½ day – Dismissal is at 11:25
  • October 13th – Late Start
  • November 10th – Picture day

September Objectives

Reading (Literature)- EERL.K.1 With guidance and support, identify details in familiar stories. Reading (Informational)- EERI.K.1. With guidance and support, identify a detail in a familiar text

Reading (Foundation Skills)- EERF.K.1. Demonstrate emerging understanding of the organization of print. EERF.K.1. a With guidance and support during shared reading demonstrate understanding that books are read one page at a time from beginning to end

EEL.K.1 Demonstrate emerging understandings of English grammar and word usage when communicating (With guidance and support, distinguish between letters and other symbols or shapes)

EEK.CC.1 Starting with one, count to 10 by ones

Reminder

As we prepare for our first full week of school I want to remind everyone that Wednesday is a late start day, with school starting at 9:25 rather than 8:25. Busses will be picking up and hour later on Wednesday morning! Also Friday is a half day, so Students will be dismissed at 11:30.

Newsletter for the Week of August 30th

Peek at the Week

  • We had a great first week of school!
  • The students have been working on getting back into learning our classroom schedule and routines
  • The students had art and music once this week. APE will start on the 10th of September
  • Our story this week was David Goes To School
  • The Rhyming song for this month is Mary Had a Little Lamb. The students use a Big Mack repeater button to sing this familiar song and practice the rhyming words
  • We practiced our numbers 1-10 and sang songs about counting
  • We started the Unique Learning System unit on School Rules 
  • Our core vocab words for August/September are I, Want, and No

Upcoming Events

  • September 3rd and 6th – No School
  • September 8th  Open House  6:00 – 7:30
  • September 15th Late Start
  • September 17th – ½ day – Dismissal is at 11:25
  • October 8th – ½ day – Dismissal is at 11:25
  • October 13th – Late Start

September Objectives

Reading (Literature)- EERL.K.1 With guidance and support, identify details in familiar stories. Reading (Informational)- EERI.K.1. With guidance and support, identify a detail in a familiar text

Reading (Foundation Skills)- EERF.K.1. Demonstrate emerging understanding of the organization of print. EERF.K.1. a With guidance and support during shared reading demonstrate understanding that books are read one page at a time from beginning to end

EEL.K.1 Demonstrate emerging understandings of English grammar and word usage when communicating (With guidance and support, distinguish between letters and other symbols or shapes)

EEK.CC.1 Starting with one, count to 10 by ones

Social Studies: Back to School

Welcome Back!

Hello All! It is so exciting that school starts next week! Below is some important information I thought you should know before.

Our new school hours will start at 8:25 a.m. and go until 3:20 p.m., with half days ending at 11:30 a.m.

Monday, August 30th, will be the first day of school for the 2021-2022 School Year. This will be a 1/2 day for students and teachers will attend professional development in the afternoon. I am super excited to say that we will be resuming a full day of school for all students. Masks are required throughout the district. Our staff will be wearing them. We will work with the students on wearing them. Please do not stress over whether your child will leave it on or not. We understand that it is not easy for them. I have missed the children and I am looking forward to seeing them.

Please have a bag with an extra set of clothes in your child’s backpack! (shirt, pants, underwear and socks). Please label this. They will be kept at school in case of any accidents.

The Week Ahead

These first two weeks of summer school have flown by! We had so much fun learning about lemonade in the first week. Then camping for our second week. Today we went outside for a camping field day! Played in sand, and on the bounce house. Then we played in a tent for recess. The kids have been having a blast with our camping week!

Reminder: No school tomorrow! I hope everyone has a great holiday weekend, celebrating Americas Birthday!!

Next week, Mrs. Lindsey will be teaching the class and continuing with our camping theme. I, Mrs. Melissa, will be back for the last two weeks of summer school in August.

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Summer School

Hello Howe Families,

Today was our first day of summer school and it was a blast! Our theme this week is about lemonade so we talked all about the letter “L” and the color yellow. Our story for the week is Froggy’s Lemonade stand, which taught us about lemonade and the ingredients used to make the tasty treat. Then all the kids had fun exploring some frozen lemon cubes, with their hands and mouths!

Reminder that tomorrow is our last day of school for the week, as Fridays are days off! I cant wait to see everyone again tomorrow.

Mrs. Melissa

This Year is One for the History Books!

The 2020-2021 school year is almost complete! I want to thank everyone for your hard work and ability to handle all the changes this school year has brought! We moved from fulltime remote teaching to hybrid teaching as well as some in-between! We moved through it all together and we are so thankful for each and everyone of you. Our families rock! Myself and Ms. Gail will see you all in the fall. Ms. Sisoy will be here for summer school. Have a wonderful summer everyone!


SUMMER SCHOOL PRESENTATION

Tammy Fournier / June 14, 2021 / Leave a comment / Community NewsParent News

Hello Families!

On Friday we had a Parent Meeting to discuss our Summer School Program.

Below you will find the presentation that was shared.  Slides were added at the end with the questions/answers that were asked.

Howe Summer School Program: Parent Meeting Presentation

For more information, please contact Mrs. Fournier or Mrs. Verrier with your questions.  

You can also call the main office at 313-827-7000.

Thank you!