Class Pages

Grade Post date Subject Update
Pre-K January 16 2018 Homeroom

Ms. Bonnie

The children are getting back into routine very nicely and had fun with Mr. O learning about opposites.

I am starting to assess the children on what they learned first semester. When I have all the assessments finished I will set up parent/teacher conferences.

Things I will be assessing the children on:

  • recognition of numbers 1-10
  • ordering numbers 1-10
  • patterns
  • one to one correspondence
  • recognize capital /lower case letters Nn, Ww. Pp, Hh, Mm, Aa, Bb, Kk, Dd, Ff, Oo
  • some beginning sounds
  • write name correctly
  • correct way to hold pencil, crayons and scissors



  • Sunday, January 28th Kick off Mass @ 9:00 am
  • donuts & coffee
  • visit classrooms
  • more information to follow

RELIGION - Theme:  Jesus Gathers Followers,  This Sunday’s Gospel: Mark 1:14–20

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus calls four fishermen to become fishers of people. They respond quickly and follow Jesus. They share in his work of spreading the Good News ofGod’s love. This is a call that comes to all on this Sunday, and we all need to respond with thesame joy and enthusiasm as the first disciples.

Seeds (Preschool): Your child learned that Jesus calls people to belong to his family. We all follow Jesus by fulfilling our responsibilities in daily life. Talk to your child about ways to be loving or forgiving, and point out times when your child acts as a a member of God’s loving family.

LETTER PEOPLE - Theme: Everyone Needs Food, Letter:  Mr. Cc, Book:  Mouse Mess, Big Book:  Come Out and Play

MATH - Patterns ABB, Review numbers 1-10, Smart Board:  10 Frames


SCIENCE -  Make Snow Slime

Pre-K December 09 2017

Pre-K 4 Newsletter December 12, 2017


 This week the childen met Mr. F, learnd about hibernation, number 10 and Week 2 of Advent. They had fun making some of my favorite Christmas projects and St, Nick left a Candy cane for them on St, Nick day.

The Christmas program is Thursday afternoon @ 1:30 pm & 7:00 pm. They should wear Christmas colors or Christmas outfits and they do not have to wear tennis shoes Thursday.  The children shoould be in the classroom @ 6:35.  You may want to come a  little earlier if you want a good seat. Keep your child with you until 6:35 then bring him/her to the classroom.  The children will sit with us during the program and you may pick your child up in the classroom after the program.  Please ask if you have any questions.


December 13:  Pre-K and 8th grade will have a small Christmas party together

December 14th:  Christma program @ 1:30 & 7:00 Children should wear Christmas clothes or colors.Grandparents are anyone who can't come for the evening performance may come to dress rehearsal @1:30.

December 20th:

  • Pre-K and 8th grade Mass "Dressing the Manger" @ 7:45am. Please try and come the children are very cute.
  • Please have children at school by 7:15 am.
  • Pre-K 4 Christrmas Party @ 9:00 am all parents are welcome to come.  We can always use extra help on party day.
  • Pre-K 4 (only) will dismiss @ 11:30 this day only

December 21st - January 2nd:  Christmas Break


Tuesday:  Happy Birthday Olivia

Wednesday:  Happy Birthday Adele 

Thursday:  Happy Birthday Logan


Theme:  The Whole World Welcomes Jesus

This Sunday’s Gospel: John 1:6–8, 19–28

During Advent, we prepare for Christmas by listening to the people who prepared the way for Jesus’ coming. In this Sunday’s Gospel, people ask John the Baptist who he is—the Messiah or a prophet. John answers by identifying himself as a voice in the desert, crying out, “Make straight the way of the Lord.” He insists that someone more important than he is coming. The Gospel asks us to recognize Jesus among us by answering his call to be our best Christian selves.

Exploring the Gospel Message

Seeds (Pre-K): This week, the class learned to tell the Christmas story. Ask your child to share his or her booklet and use it to tell the story to your family. Remember to keep the real meaning of Christmas—God’s coming to live with us—a most important part of your family’s preparation for the feast. Don’t let a day go by without some reminder that you are preparing for the celebration of Jesus’ birth. 


Have fun with letter people in various games.


December Calendar

Pattern: ABC

10 Frames

HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS                                                                         CLIFFORD MY BIG WORLD

Correct Formation:                                                                                                    All Aboard for the Holidays

Letter: U

Number 4



Pre-K December 03 2017

Pre-K 4 Newsletter December 5, 2017


The children had a fun week meeting Mr. D, writing letters T & I, Number 3, hexagon, 10 frames and number 9.  They made their Christmas chain and I am hoping they have started tearing the links off. Next couple of weeks will be busy preparing for Christmas. 


December 6th:  I will be gone to a meeting in the afternoon, Ms. Melissa (Pre-K 3 aid) will help Ms. Lori.

December 10th:  Breakfast with Santa

December 13:  Pre-K and 8th grade will have a small Christmas party together

December 14th:  Christma program @ 1:30 & 7:00 Children should wear Christmas clothes or colors.Grandparents are anyone who can't come for the evening performance may come to dress rehearsal @1:30.

December 20th:

  • Pre-K and 8th grade Mass "Dressing the Manger" @ 7:45am. Please try and come the children are very cute.
  • Please have children at school by 7:15 am.
  • Pre-K 4 Christrmas Party @ 9:00 am all parents are welcome to come.  We can always use extra help on party day.
  • Pre-K 4 (only) will dismiss @ 11:30 this day only

December 21st - January 2nd:  Christmas Break

January 3rd:  Classes resume


Tuesday:  Happy Birthday Mariah

Wednesday:  Hudson

Thursday:  Happy Birthday Charlotte


Theme:  Someone Powerful and Good is Coming

This Sunday’s Gospel: Mark 1:1–8

In Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist urges people to prepare a smooth, straight road on which God can come to us. Isaiah’s words of

comfort to the exiled Israelites assure them and us that we can count on God’s forgiveness. Jesus’ words call for us to turn our lives around and

make sure that we have an open path for God to enter our hearts. Note: Tuesday is the Feast of our Lady of Guadalupe, a day to celebrate Mary

our Mother..

Exploring the Gospel Message

Seeds (Preschool): Advent and Christmas senthe message that Jesus is the Son of Gochose to live among us as one of us. Your child

learned how Jesus and his cousin John learned he same stories about God that we all hear in he Advent readings. Talk about how stories

help us learn. Then ask your child to tell you the story about Juan Diego meeting Jesus’ mother—Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose feast day is

December 12.


Theme:  We  Are All Different

Letter Person: Ms. Ff

Book:  All Kinds of Children

Big Book:  Follow My Funny Feet


Number:  10 (review numbers 0-9)

10 Frame

Calendar: December

Pattern: AB

HANDWRITING WITHOUT TEARS                                                                                          SCIENCE

Review: scissor and pencil grip                                                                                                  Hibernation

Letter: U  Number 4



Pre-K November 25 2017

Pre-K 4 Newsletter November 28, 2017


I hope you had a happy and enjoyable Thanksgiving with family and friends.  We will do  letters D & F and numbers 9 & 10 and review letters and numbers with activites do go with both during December.



December 7th:  Breakfast with Santa (7:30 a.m. - 12:30)

                          Don't forget to fill out ticket form 

December 14th:  Christmas Program "Charlie and the Cheub Cheerleader" @ 7:00 pm.  Pre-K 3 & Pre-K 4 will preform before the program.

December 20th:  Pre-K & 8th Grade Mass "Dressing the Manger" (Please try and come)

                            Christmas Party @ 9:00 a..m.

                            Dismissal @11:30

December 21st - January 2nd: Christmas Break


January 3rd:  Classes Resume


Tuesday:  Leah

Wednesday:  Fiona

Thursday:  Grady


Theme:  Advent Helps Us to Celebrate Christmas 

This Sunday’s Gospel: Mark 13:33–37

The Church’s three-year cycle of Lectionary readings begins again on the First Sunday
of Advent. We start reading from Cycle B, which is organized around Mark’s Gospel. Throughout Advent, we also hear the prophet Isaiah’s words in the First Reading. On this rst Sunday of the Church year, Jesus speaks of his coming in glory. He cautions us always to be ready for him, to live each day in the light of God. Note: Friday is the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a holyday of obligation.

Exploring the Gospel Message

Seeds (Preschool): To very young children, the time before Christmas seems to drag on and on. Younger children respond well to simple waiting activities, such as Advent calendars
or Advent chains that are done with some ceremony every day. Make sure that whatever you use with your young child is linked to
the coming of the Christ Child, not just to Santa Claus. 

The children will make a Christmas/Sleep chain. Each night before your child goes to bed, they snip off one of the links.  When there is only one link left, there is just one more sleep night left before Christmas. 


Letter:  Mr. D

Theme: Familes Help Each Other

Book:  Can I Help

Big Book:  Dinosaurs Danceters

Review:  Letters  Nn, Ww, Pp, Hh, Mm, Aa, Bb, Kk


Number:  9 (review numers 5-8)

Pattern:  AABB

Review:  Shapes


Handwriting Without Tears                                                                                                      Science

Please check your child's pencil grip when they are writing                                                   Clifford My Big World:  (Go to Sleep Bears)

Introduce formation of   Letter T & Number 3                                                                          Hibernation                                                                                                                        




Pre-K November 18 2017

Pre-K 4 Newsletter November 21, 2017


The children had a fun week preparing for our Thanksgiving party with Kindergartern Tuesday.  They are so proud of their vest, headbands and necklaces.  I can't wait or you to see the.  It would be very cute if the girls wore braids or pulled their hair back.  Don't worry if it doesn't work.

We reviewed letters & numbers this week. The children are starting to identifying Capital/Lowercase letters at a faster pace. Keep working with your child, it is definitely showing in their work.

Blessing for a beautiful Thanksgiving with your family and friends. I thank God everyday for the beautiful children and families He has given to me this year.  

Ms. Bonnie

Pre-K November 11 2017

Newsletter: Pre-K 4 November 14, 2017


I was excited to hear that the children were ready to come back to school.  They settled right back into routine and eager to learn about Ms. K, number 8, color brown and diamond shape.  

Thursday, they had fun going out side and collecting leaves and coming back inside and looking at them through a magnify glass. Our Clifford magazine also talked about leaves. We are starting to learn the formation of our letters and numbers. I will send home a copy of the correct way to write the letter and numbers.  


November 21st:  Pre-K & Kindergarten will have Thanksgiving lunch together.  Pre-K will be dressed as Native Americans and Kindergarten will be dressed t like Pilgrims.         

November 22nd - November 27th:  Thanksgiving


December 7th:  Breakfast with Santa (7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)

December 14th:  Christmas Program "Charlie and the Cheub Cheerleader" @ 7:00 pm Pre-K 3 & Pre-K 4 will perform before the play

December 19th:  Pre-K & 8th Grade Special Mass @ 7:45 a.m. "Dressing the Manger"  Please try and attend Mass that day.

                            Christmas Party @ 9:00 a.m. Dismissal:  Pre-K @ 11:40 

December 20th: - January 2nd:  Christmas Break

January 3rd:         Classes Resume


Tuesday:  Kyle

Wednesday:  Happy Birthay Ms. Bonnie

Thursday:  Happy Birthday Lily


Theme:  Everybody Has Talents

This Sunday’s Gospel: Matthew 25:14–30

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus tells a pointed story about three servants. Their master entrusts them with varying amounts of money. Two of the servants double their money, but fear gets
in the way of the third servant. All he can do is preserve what he has. The challenge for all of
us is to recognize the gifts we have been given and our responsibility to care for those gifts. That means caring for the world we live in and caring for one another. It also means having the courage to be our best selves.

Exploring the Gospel Message

Seeds (Preschool): Help your child recognize his or her special talents. Encourage your child to use these gifts and share them with others. Spend some time having family members make pictures of themselves using one of their gifts— reading, playing sports, cooking, gardening, playing, or caring for another. Post the pi 

Seeds Activity Book  pg. 17

*Thanksgiving Activities will be incorpated into all subject areas:


Letter;  H

Shape: Rectangle

Number: 3


Pre-K October 27 2017

Pre-K 4 Newsletter November 7, 2017


I am sending this newsletter early because I will be out of town next week and will not be back until November 6th.  I hope you are enjoying your time with your son/daughter.  I am sure they shared all the fun they had with their buddy at the Halloween Party.  Once agan the 8th grade were so good with them and Pre-K was having so much fun being with them.

Upcoming Events:

November 7th:  Classes Resume

November 22nd - November 27th:  Thanksgiving Break

November 28th:  Classes Resume

SNACK:  Please send a morning and afternoon snack for 23 students

Tuesday:  Daelynn

Wednesday:  Olivia

Thursday:  Magdalene


THEME:We Want To Be Ready fo God At All the Times

Seeds Activity Book: page 6

This Sunday’s Gospel: Matthew 25:1–13

In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus uses the parable of the bridegroom and 10 girls to tell his disciples to remain vigilant. The parable describes some of the girls as foolish and some as wise. Those who were ready for the bridegroom went into the wedding feast. The bridegroom, however, didn’t even acknowledge those who didn’t prepare. Jesus teaches us to always be prepared and to do good things. We never know when he will return. This is an opportune time to recognize that when we make good choices, we are preparing for Jesus’ coming.

Exploring the Gospel Message

Seeds (Preschool): Ask your child to explain “Anaya’s Bad Day” and, especially, how
the story ends. Make a list with your child about the things that Anaya missed out on because she wasn’t ready. Discuss ways that you get prepared for something, especially what footwear might be necessary for various activities. 


Theme;  We're Kind

Letter Person:  Ms. Kk

Book:  Acoss the Stream

Big Book:  Ms. K's Kitchen

Color:  Brown

MATH                                                                                         HANDWRITING WITHOUT  TEARS                            

Number:  8 (review 1-7)                                                          Introduce:  Correct formation Letter F & 2                        

November Calendar                                                                                                                                                      

Pattern:  ABAB                                                                                                                                                                                 

Shape:  Diamond                                                                                                                                                                             magnifying glass


Clifford My Big World

Theme:  Leaves

Science:  Take a walk outside and collect leaves, look at them through a magnifying glass discuss what they see