Newsletter for the Week of February 12

Peek at the Week

  • The Unique Learning System topic for February is The Three Little Pigs and social emotional learning
  • We had a visit from the Creative Learning Students from U of M.
  • Our story this week was, Love Monster by Rachel Bright. This googly eyed monster had all but givin’ up on love in a world full off cute cuddly creature when suddenly the right soul mate appears. Just perfect for our month of love. Click on the button below to enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We had so much fun at our Valentine’s Day Party. A special thank you to the parents for making it special for all of us!
  • Our science experiment this week was Huff and Puff and Blow Your House Down In this lesson the students created the Three Little Pigs homes and noted if they could blow them down with their own breath
  • For math this month, we are learning about shapes

Upcoming Events

  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School
  • March 1st – Life Town
  • March 5th – Early Release
  • March 12th – Early Release/Spring Conferences
  • March 19th – Early Release
  • March 25th-29th No School Spring Break

Pictures of the Week

Newsletter for Week of 5th

Look Who Turned 7

Happy birthday Ahmed! We had a blast celebrating with you.

We are in need of more Kleenex

Life Town Date Correction

I made a mistake when I origanally listed the Life Town dates for community based instructions. The correct dates are as follows:

  • March 1st
  • April 15th
  • May 6th

Peek at the Week

  • The Unique Learning System topic for February is The Three Little Pigs and social emotional learning
  • Our story this week was, The Little Valentine by Hands on Holiday Reading. In this classroom favorite, someone comes knocking at the door. Who can it be? It is our animal friends bringing valentines. The valentines have messages that are fun to read, and it’s fun to figure out who gets which one. The story is rhyming and predictable, so the children can tell a part of the story using a big mack button. Your kiddos all love to help read the story. Click on the button below to enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We did a Candy Heart Valentine Experiment that was fun . Click the button below and check it out!
  • For math this month, we are learning about shapes

Valentine’s Day Party

Our Valentine’s Party will be on Wednesday, February 14th.  This is a special time for the kids to remember those whom they care about.  Most children really look forward to giving and receiving Valentine cards.  Below you will find our class name list.  Please send your child’s Valentine cards once you have prepared them.  Help your child fill them out at home and send them in a bag with their name clearly marked on the outside.  We do not have time to do them for your child at school..  Thank you for your help!

  • Liliana
  • Ava
  • Anisa
  • Adam
  • Ghazi 
  • Ahmed

Upcoming Events

  • February 13th- Early Release
  • February 14th- Class Valentine’s Day Party
  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School
  • March 1st – Life Town
  • March 5th – Early Release
  • March 12th – Early Release
  • March 19th – Early Release
  • March 25th-29th No School Spring Break

Pictures of the Week

Henry Ford Museum was extra special because Ms. Sisoy came to spend the morning with us. We were all so happy to see her. We gave her lots of healing hugs.

Newsletter for Week of January 29th

Peek at the Week

  • The Unique Learning System topic for January is My Body. We finished up with the story, Head to Toe this week along with the other lessons in the unit.
  • Our story this week is Snowmen at Night by Caralyn Buehner. Click on the button below to enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We made Snowmen Pudding cups and also had fun with an Exploding Snowman Experiment.
  • Our letter this week was the letter P. The students made variety of projects to represent the letter P.
  • For math this month, we are practicing fractions

 Valentine’s Day Party

 Our Valentine’s Party will be on Tuesday, February 14th.  This is a special time for the kids to remember those whom they care about.  Most children really look forward to giving and receiving Valentine cards.  Below you will find our class name list.  Please send your child’s Valentine cards once you have prepared them.  Help your child fill them out at home and send them in a bag with their name clearly marked on the outside.  We do not have time to do them for your child at school..  Thank you for your help!

  • Liliana
  • Ava
  • Anisa
  • Adam
  • Ahmed
  • Ghazi

Pictures at the Week

Exploding Snowman Experiment

Up Coming Events

  • February 6th- Early Release
  • February 9th- CBI to Henry Ford Museum
  • February 13th- Early Release
  • February 14th- Class Valentine’s Day Party
  • February 16th -CBI to Life Town
  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School

Newsletter for the Week of January 22nd

Peek at the Week

  • The Unique Learning System topic for January is My Body. We are using the story, Head to Toe by Eric Carle to explore all the movements our body can do.
  • Our story this week is There Was A Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow by Lucille Colandro. Click on the button below to enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We continued our science experiments on Hot and Cold
  • Our letter this week was the letter O. The students made variety of projects to represent the letter O. We also squeezed our own orange juice to enjoy.
  • For math this month, we are practicing fractions

Pictures at the Week

It’s science!
Anisa’s reaction to pop rocks!
Adams reaction to pop rocks!
Ghazi’s reaction to pop rocks!

Up Coming Events

  • January 30th- Early Release
  • February 6th- Early Release
  • February 9th- CBI to Henry Ford Museum
  • February 13th- Early Release
  • February 14th- Class Valentine’s Day Party
  • February 16th -CBI to Life Town
  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School

Newsletter for Week of January 15th

Peek at the Week

  • The Unique Learning System topic for January is My Body. We are using the story, Head to Toe by Eric Carle to explore all the movements our body can do.
  • Our story this week is Sneezy the Snowman by Maureen Write. This colorful story tells a tale of a snowman who is to cold and what happens when he tries to warm up! Click on the button below to enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We practice counting how many letters are in our names and then made snowmen with the letters.
  • For sciene this week we explored the difference between hot and cold. We felt the difference between cold and warm items. We also did an experiement with Pop Rock and how they react differently in hot and cold water.
  • Our letter this week was the letter N. The students made variety of projects to represent the letter N.
  • For math this month, we are practicing fractions

Pictures at the Week

Happy 29th Birthday Ms. Gail

Up Coming Events

  • January 23rd – Early Release
  • January 30th- Early Release
  • February 6th- Early Release
  • February 9th- CBI to Henry Ford Museum
  • February 13th- Early Release
  • February 14th- Class Valentine’s Day Party
  • February 16th -CBI to Life Town
  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School

No School Today

Due to several late developing factors that will impact our district, we are updating our current status and announcing that all Dearborn Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 16, 2024.  Again, all Dearborn Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 16, 2024.

Newsletter for Week of January 8th

Peek at the Week

  • Our story this week was The Night Before New Year’s by Little Readers. It is a fun story about a family ringing in the New Year. Staying awake until midnight is not easy! I didn’t make it. Did you? Click the link below and enjoy the story at home with your child. Reading the same stories at home helps the students make a home/school connection and allows them the chance to let you know what they have been reading all week at school
  • We learned about the letter M.
  • We are learning about fractions this month.
  • Our Unique Learning System Unit this month is My Body.

Pictures of the Week

Valentine’s Day Party

Our Valentine’s Party will be on Wednesday, February 14th.  This is a special time for the kids to remember those whom they care about.  Most children really look forward to giving and receiving Valentine cards.  Below you will find our class name list.  Please send your child’s Valentine cards once you have prepared them.  Help your child fill them out at home and send them in a bag with their name clearly marked on the outside.  We do not have time to do them for your child at school..  Thank you for your help!

  • Liliana
  • Ava
  • Anisa
  • Adam
  • Ghazi 
  • Ahmed

Up Coming Events

  • January 15th – No School
  • January 16th – Early Release
  • January 23rd – Early Release
  • January 30th- Early Release
  • February 6th- Early Release
  • February 9th- CBI to Henry Ford Museum
  • February 13th- Early Release
  • February 14th- Class Valentine’s Day Party
  • February 16th -CBI to Life Town
  • February 19th -No School
  • February 27th- No School