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2018 August Newsletter | Talcott Library

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Welcome to Developmental Preschool at Lindbergh Elementary School! We are so thrilled to have you join us in the classroom this fall. Please consider subscribing to my Iblog below. This is where I will be posting important information for you and your child. I will also include photographs for you to see of your child hard at play. Additionally, I will be posting a calendar of important upcoming dates and lesson plans. If there’s anything else you’d like to see added, please let me know! 

Upcoming Events

Meet the Teachers: 

I share the classroom with Mrs. Rola Farhat.

We will be in the classroom Thursday August 25th at 4:00 pm. Please drop in and say hello to your child’s teachers. We will be available to answer any questions during this time. 

Important Information 

We are a nut free, gelatin free,Legumes free classroom. 

Your child will need to have a packed lunch everyday. Lunch will not be provided. 

Our class will have snacks together every day. Each student will be assigned a day to bring snacks. For our brains to do our best it is very important that we are eating healthy snacks below are some ideas:

Pretzel/Yogurt /Popcorn /Cheese stick /Fruits (Banana, mandarines, strawberries,grapes etc..)/Vegetables ( Carrots, broccoli, cucumber, etc..)/Granola bars/Trail mix/Cheese and crackers 

Supply List 

A reusable water bottle. 

A Ziploc bag with a change of clothes- please include socks, undies, a top, pants/skirt/shorts etc. Please label the bag with your child’s name! This will stay at school. 

3-5 books for your child to keep in their Daily 5 Reading bag- we will have reading time every day. The classroom will also provide books for independent reading.

A picture of your family, or whoever lives in your household that your child is close with. 

If your child stays full day- they will be napping. Please pack a NAP Mat in a large ziplock bag and any lovey they might need to be comfortable to rest.

If your child stays full day- a packed lunch. 

Donations

Please consider contributing one of more of the following items to our classroom. I understand not all families will be able to contribute. Please feel no obligation. Your child will be given everything they need to have a wonderful year!

  • Kleenex 
  • Ziploc bags 
  • Play dough
  • One foaming hand soap
  • Wipes
  • Plastic Folder

Please bring any donations the first week of school. Thank you in advance for your contributions. El sabor de mi escuela: enero 2012

Contact Information 

Zeinab Raychouni

Email

raychoz@dearbornschools.org

My iBlog:

https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/raychoz

Classroom Phone Number: (313) 827-7630

If you need more communication options, please see me in person or email me and we can make arrangements. Additionally, if you need translations/translators for meetings and paperwork, please let me know!

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Welcome to all our new families! I am so excited to start the new school year with your little ones. I look forward to a fun filled year of exploring, discovering and learning.

This month will be working on our new routine and familiarizing ourselves with each other. We will talk about feelings, manners, friendship, families and much more.

Please label all your child’s items to help their transition go smoothly. Feel free to contact me If you have any questions or concerns you would like to discuss. I look forward to building a relationship with you and your child and thus providing the best education that we are capable of giving.

Please sign up for snacks at least once a month.

Field Trip: Three Cedar Farms

This school year we will be offering a field Trip to Three Cedar Farms in Northville on Friday October 7th. This will be a parent Child Field Trip (all students) are invited) so parents (or emergency contact person) will need to transport their children to the farm. 

Important days:

Friday September 2nd :No school 

Monday September 5th: No School Labor Day 

September 19th : Picture Day

October 7th: Field trip. No class

Birthday:

Natalie

Evelyn 

  Check out my blog to see what’s going on inside our classroom               https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/raychoz      
 My Email Address: Raychoz@dearbornschools.org               
Classroom Phone Number: (313) 827-7630                                                           

Lead Teacher: Mrs. Zeinab Raychouni

Assistant Teacher : Mrs. Rola Farhat

Kids Club Teacher: Jojo Greimel

We are starting our second month of preschool and the children really have our routine and schedule down! They are amazing! This month we will be talking about the Fall. We will be exploring how leaves change and how the weather gets colder in the Fall.

We are hoping to spend time outside taking nature walks and do some leaf collecting. We will learn about different kinds of leaves, why they change color, why the veins are used for. We will also learn that trees go to sleep after they lose all their leaves.

Children will be also learning about pumpkins for carving and pumpkins for baking, we will cut them open, investigate the inside and the outside, and explore the many parts.

Please send a Pumpkin with your child on the first week of October. 

Books:

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Thank you for supporting our Scholastic Program. February book orders are due on Monday, October 28th . It’s very important spending time every night reading books to your child and noticing all the environmental print that surrounds them.

October is a fun month filled with lots of fall activities and celebrations. The most popular is Halloween!

Alongside all the Fall fun. We will be having Trunk or Treat on Monday Oct 24, 2022 at Ten Eyck Administration from 6:45 pm to 8:00 pm. Looking forward to seeing everyone there. 

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I will be reading a book daily that relates to the theme and introducing a letter each week.

Children will be writing their names, practicing counting, sorting, patterns, shapes. Also, we will be doing the calendar and so many art activities.

Cold and Flu Season

Parents, we are going into the cold and flu

season. If your child is ill at all, please keep them home. This keeps teachers and other students healthy.

The weather is changing,please dress your child properly. We do go outside daily for recess.You can also change out your child’s extra clothes as well.

Since it is getting cold please stay in your car until 9:00 am or 1:00 pm for the afternoon class, then I will let your children in.

Birthday:

Samira October 17th

Eyan October 18th

Batoul October 28th 

Mila October 30th

Please feel free to call or email me if you have any questions.

Check out my iBlog to see what’s going on inside our classroom

https://iblog.dearbornschools.org/raychoz

My Email Address: Raychoz@dearbornschools.org

Classroom Phone Number: (313) 827-7630

Lead teacher: Zeinab Raychouni

Assistant teacher: Rola Farhat

Happy Halloween!

This month we will be working on many exciting things. We are focusing on Community helpers, Emotions and Feelings, Thankfulness, and Thanksgiving. We are going to explore the fall weather, what Thanksgiving is, who makes up our family and making friends. We will continue with colors, letters, numbers, and learning new words.

This month we are going to focus on Positive social interactions that take place between peers that are positive in nature and successful for both children involved. These peer interactions are important because they lead to positive social and emotional development in children. Some skills that are useful for interacting with peers and building social relationships include: 

  •  Getting a friend’s attention 
  • Sharing objects 
  •  Asking peers to share objects 
  •  Providing a play idea to a peer 
  • Saying something nice to a friend
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Books:

Thank you for supporting our Scholastic Program. October book orders are due on Wednesday, November 30th. It’s very important spending time every night reading books to your child and noticing all the environmental print that surrounds them.

Cold and Flu Season

Parents, we are going into the cold and flu season. If your child is ill at all, please keep them home.This keeps teachers and other students healthy.

As the weather changes it is important that students are dressed appropriately. We recommend sending your child to school with layers as the mornings are becoming cooler and the afternoons tend to warm up. Please be sure to send your child to school with appropriate tennis shoes as well.  Please make sure your childs clothing is labeled.  Our goal is to go outside during recess every chance that we get unless it is raining outside or temperature/wind chill drops below 20 degrees F.

You can also change out your child’s extra clothes as well.

Arrival 

Since it is getting cold ,please stay in your car until 9:00 am or 1:00 pm for the afternoon class, then I will let your child in.

Kind Reminder:

We are not doing Thanksgiving party in the classroom. You only can send goodie bags with your child if you like.

Birthday!

  • Fatima 11/4
  • Elias: 11/6
  • Maddox:11/14
  • Mazen 11/15
  • Emma 11/26

  Upcoming events:

We are having special guests on the first week of November: 

November 1st: Police officer is visiting our classroom at 10:00am

November 2nd: Nurses are visiting our classroom at 10:00am

November 2nd: The kitchen manager at school is visiting our classroom at 2:00pm 

November 3rd : Chef from SFE is visiting our classroom at 9:00am 

November 4th: The Fire Department will visit us at 2:00pm

  • November 8th : Professional Development Day  No School
  • November 2nd : Retake Picture at 9:00am 
  • November 24, 25 and 26 Thanksgiving Holiday     No School

Lindbergh Fall Festival

I hope everyone has a great month.

Happy Thanksgiving!

 December Newsletter 

  December is the month to learn about holidays! Children will be introduced to themes surrounding Christmas, New year and other seasonal celebrations. More specifically, preschoolers will discuss the varying traditions of each holiday, along with creation decorations, singing fun songs, and participating in reading aloud to gain more information about the celebrations and promote discussion among students.

  The month of December will be filled with crafts. I will also be introducing the letters “J, K, L” and working on numbers, shapes, and a lot of playing and review.

Scholastic book club :

Thank you for supporting our Scholastic Program. December book orders are due on Monday day,December 12th. It’s very important spending time every night reading books to your child and noticing all the environmental print that surrounds them.

A few Reminders:

Parents, we are going into the cold and flu season. If your child is ill at all, please keep them home.This keeps teachers and other students healthy.

As the weather changes it is important that students are dressed appropriately. We recommend sending your child to school with layers as the mornings are becoming cooler and the afternoons tend to warm up. Please be sure to send your child to school with appropriate tennis shoes as well.  Please make sure your childs clothing is labeled.  Our goal is to go outside during recess every chance that we get unless it is raining outside or temperature/wind chill drops below 20 degrees F.

You can also change out your child’s extra clothes as well.

  Arrival 

Since it is getting cold ,please stay in your car until 9:00 am or 1:00 pm for the afternoon class, then I will let your child in.

Important Dates:

Winter Break start the end of Friday December 23th 

School Resume on Monday January 9th  

January 16th: No School

Birthday:

December 9th: Mahmoud 

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December 30th: Serene 

  I appreciate all the ways so many of you showed your support throughout the year.

 I wish you all a holiday season filled with peace, joy, and happiness.

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