Presentation on theme: "November 2011 Newsletter From the Director Ms. Linda Phillips Visit our website at We would to say."— Presentation transcript:
November 2011 Newsletter From the Director Ms. Linda Phillips Visit our website at We would to say thank you to the Technology Foundation for our computers. Thank you to Morongo Band of Mission Indians for the donation to work on the plumbing. On December 9 th we are having our Christmas show where the children will be singing. We hope that all of you can make it. See the world through the eyes of a child and learn something new. Parents please inform the office if your child has been sick.
Infant Room Ms. Gloria & Ms. Cecilia This month we will be exploring with colors by painting. We will also be painting with leaves for fall using brown and orange. Please be sure your child has an extra set of clothes in their cubbies. Toddler Room Ms. Vanessa Gobble! Gobble! Turkey Day is just around the corner and in our class we’ll be learning the sounds that turkeys make along with many other farm animals. We will be painting, playing with puzzles and singing our way to December. I’d like to thank all the parents for being patient while the class was under construction. Parents please make sure your child has weather appropriate clothing in their cubby and clothes that are able to get dirty during all class activities. Happy Holidays. 2/3 CDD Ms.Connie, Ms.Kristi, Ms. Isabel Our class will continue to work on colors, shapes, counting and name recognition. These are areas the children can work on at home with members of their family. Special events for the month will be posted in the classroom. Parents please fill out your paperwork, check your child’s cubby for extra clothing and help your children to remember that share day is only on Wednesdays. 2/3 PVT Ms. Renee November is already here! Fall leaves, wind in your hair and family and friends visiting from everywhere. Those are the themes for the month. We will also be continuing practicing a letter, a number, and a color of the week as well as pre-writing and pre- math skills learned through creative fun. Have a wonderful holiday.
2/3 PVT Ms. Via Fall is finally here. We can tell by the nice cool weather. Please check your child’s cubby to make sure they have extra clothing that is weather appropriate. The plants are changing, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. For November we will be celebrating friendships. The letters for the month are I, J and K. The colors are green, orange, yellow and brown. We will also be exploring patterning. Thursday, November 24 th and Friday, November 25 th we will be closed for the holiday. 4/5 CDD Ms.Amber, Ms.Maria This month we will be talking about our families and being thankful. Our science is digging into dough and energizing with exercise. Please work with your children at home writing alphabets, first and last names, and cutting with scissors. Please look for sign up forms for donations in the classroom. Thank you! 4/5 PVT Ms.Karen, Ms.Cynthia The holiday season is almost here! We will start this month by discussing what we are thankful for and why. We also will be working the letters L through P, and numbers 21 through 30. Please continue to work with your child at home. We are happy to say we are making great progress with letter and number recognition. Every Friday is our home movie day (G-rated only). Last but not least, a small reminder that the center will be closed November 25 th and 26 th for the holiday. Happy Turkey Day! Extended Day Ms.Kelly Well it’s finally getting cooler. If you have any extra jackets to leave in the class, your more than welcome to bring them in. The children have no school on the 11 th and for the whole week starting the 21 st. We’re planning a trip to the library for some reading in recognition of National Children's Book Week. We will be closed the 24 th and 25 th to celebrate the turkey day. Hope you all have a wonderful day yourselves.
November 2011 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME ENDS BOARD MEETTING 9:30 AM 2324 CENTER CLOSED 25 CENTER CLOSED