Happy May Day! It seems like just yesterday I was writing September and now it’s May-Yikes!
Every student (except one 🙁 ) has been doing their reading on RAZ Kids and on Zearn. Kudos to every parent out there, who did NOT sign up for teaching when you enrolled your child in Kindergarten last fall. You are doing an amazing job. When your child is older, they will thank you for your help. They will also remember how you took a difficult situation and handled it with calmness and intention. I truly thank you all. I wish I could be with my kids and help but you are doing fine. Keep it up. My quote at the end is for you parents.
Class news…Remember that Annie has a cast on her arm? Well, Annie put a quarter-size token down into the cast. After mom and dad tried to retrieve the object, they headed off to the ER, where, after x-rays determined the location in the cast, a hole was made, object removed, and the cast was closed in a more secure way. Aahh… the things you learn in Kindergarten!
I have checked in all work sent to me this week. Please enjoy the weekend’s glorious weather. I will be working tomorrow on next week’s calendar and post it on Sunday or Monday.
We had a staff meeting today and teachers will be going to school this week to get the remaining Math Books. Pick up for the books will be on Thursday…time to be announced via the Howard blog. We will only be allowed to get the math books and any other materials needed to support our teaching. We will not be closing up our rooms-just get math books. Parents have asked if students will be allowed to pick up personal items…stay tuned for information on that.
Congratulations to Ameer! He guessed both.
- What invention makes you look through walls? A WINDOW
- What has a neck but no head, 2 arms but no hands? A SHIRT
Have a wonderful weekend.
“Ships don’t sink because
of the water around them.
Ships sink because of the water that gets inside them.
MORAL OF THE STORY:
Don’t let what’s happening around you, get inside you and weigh you down.”