A Note From Our Principal
We are starting to feel some cooler temps as we welcome in Fall! Our students are enjoying the extra outdoor time, nature walks and seasonal curriculum activities. We are planning fun fall themed activities for our students and are excited to share photos with you all through Links 2 Home. As always, please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
We are excited to invite all families to participate in creating a Storybook Pumpkin. Get your creative juices flowing and start thinking of what book you would like to use as inspiration for your Storybook Pumpkin. Students and teachers are hard at work coming up with ideas to decorate their classroom pumpkins. The pumpkins will be on display around the circular drive during the last week of October.
Our classrooms will be celebrating Halloween by doing crafts and playing games with their classmates. We know that families and staff typically look forward to class parties because they allow us to be together as a school community and give parents an opportunity to get to know their child’s classmates and parents. We are still not allowed to invite parents into our classrooms for celebrations and will be sharing extra photos with you all on Links 2 Home. Thank you for your positivity and flexibility!
October 5th – PO Meeting via Google Meets, 9:30 AM
October 7th – Spirit Day! – Class Color Day – Students should match the color of their car/backpack tag
October 14th – Spirit Day! – Disney Day
October 21st – Spirit Day! – Hat Day
October 22nd – Parent/Teacher Conferences via Zoom – More information will come from your classroom teacher
October 26th – Storybook Pumpkins are due
October 28th – Spirit Day! – Black and Orange Day
October 30th—Wear your Halloween costume to school
New on Our Education Blog
Fun Fall Scavenger Hunt
Fall is a great time to enjoy the outdoors with your family. From colorful leaves to seasonal decor, there is so much to see and explore.
Our fall scavenger hunt is a free printable that you can download and print at home. We’ve included pictures and words, so students of all ages can participate. Scavenger hunts are the perfect excuse to get outside and help children observe and identify what is happening in nature all around them. See how many items your child can find!