Wonderful week of learning

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We had an exciting week this week. We finally got some snow. The kids wanted to make a snowman soo bad. Razanzahra and a few other students were able to make mini snowmen. We also started to explore the school for Social Studies to talk about where things are located and explore the different areas that they are very curious about. Ms. Jamie, the cafeteria manager let us see where they prepare all of our wonderful food and even let us check out the freezer. Boy they look cold!

Razanzahra built a little snowman.
The kids now know where they keep our food frozen! Brrr.

Literacy Parent Meeting

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We had soo many wonderful parents and children come to the meeting yesterday. Mrs. Baydoun and I gave each parent the results of their child’s letter testing and was able to chat with each parent about the progress of their child. Parents seemed to really enjoy seeing their child participate in the different activities with them. I appreciated the parents involvement with their child and giving them some great one on one time. The next meeting will be February 27th!


Special Week

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Parents we will be having a special week next week!

We have a pajama day on Wednesday! The kids can wear pajamas, robes and slippers for the day as we will enjoy a movie, popcorn and hot chocolate!

Wear your pajamas, robes and slippers!!!

Thursday is the fun winter fair at Cotter! Your child doesn’t come to McCollough on this day but instead you will bring your child to Cotter at 12:30 and will love all of the activities with your child! Look for Mrs. Baydoun and I!!

Have a wonderful weekend and we’ll see you Monday!!




Inside/Outside Time

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When it’s too cold out we play in the gym.
This is where we play when it’s raining or too cold.

We are lucky enough to go to the gym and play with scooters, bouncing balls, balls and building materials. We are suppose to go outside everyday for at least an hour so we use the gym when the weather isn’t cooperating! We have only gone once so we are hoping to use it more frequently.