Monday, September 11, 2017

Learning's Fun ~ In Grade One! September 11, 2017

Hello Grade One Parents,

Welcome to our grade one class BLOG!

I will be sharing photos and news about what is happening in our classroom on this blog-site and I will let you know by e-mail when there is a new posting for you to take a look at. 

The children (hopefully) brought home a note and a brown paper lunch bag on Friday.  In it they were supposed to place 3 or 4 items or pictures that would help them tell about their summer memories.  We shared some of the bags today and will share the remainder tomorrow or Wednesday, so if they didn't bring them in on Monday, don't worry, just bring them in as soon as you can.  Thanks for your help.

Most of the children are remembering to bring their Froggy Bags to school each day. Some may need a gentle reminder or two. 

Kick-off Sunday will be held this coming Sunday, September 17 at 10:30.  This fun church service and picnic lunch will be held at Beautiful Savior Lutheran CHURCH on St. Mary's Road (NOT at the school).  Everyone is welcome and invited.  If you are able, please bring a dessert to share and a lawn chair or blanket.

Our school canteen has opened this week.  If you wish, your child may use the canteen to purchase food items at the beginning of any lunch period.  If you want your child to be able to use the canteen, please send in $10 to the office and they will receive a canteen card.  Each time they purchase a food item, the money amount will be crossed off of their card.  You may also place restrictions on your child's card (for example - milk only, treat only on Friday, etc...) if you wish.

Picture day will be on Monday, September 18

Scholastic book orders are due on Wednesday, September 13.


Take a look at our school's "Where's Waldo" bulletin board in the front hall. 
Can you find your child?

Grade One class soaring into learning (with water colour painted balloons).

 Our chapel theme for this year is all about plants, gardens, vineyards, seeds, ...  We will be adding onto our "time-line vine" all year long.

We have a new pet in our classroom.  Today we voted on his name.  (Democracy and "whichever gets the most votes, wins" is sometimes a difficult lesson to learn.)  His name is RAINBOW.

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