Kindergarten — Mrs. Nauta

Jan 21-25

 

 This month in Math, we will be learning about money, graphing, patterning, geoboards, estimating, and fractions.  In Reading, we will be reviewing letter sounds, constant blends and continue practicing reading books.  In Jesus time, we will be learning the following stories; Twelve Year Old Jesus, Jesus is Baptized, Jesus Makes a Sick Boy well, The Great Catch of Fish, The Farmer and the Seed, Jairus' Daughter, Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand, and Jesus Walks on Water.  Our themes this month will be winter, hibernation, animal tracks, Artic and Anarctic animals.

Time to bundle up for recess.   Please remember to include hats, mittens, and an EXTRA pair of SOCKS and MITTENS is also helpful.  If snow is on the ground, boots and snowpants need to be worn to go outside on the snow. Please be sure to LABEL all items with your child's name.  Thank you for your help.

January Book It Goal - 20 books

Save the Date!!    The 9th Annual St. Paul Trivia Night is Saturday, February 16. Start gathering your teams of up to (8) people. Registration forms will be available in January.

Ice Cream Sundaes - Four eighth graders, who have been selected to participate in the L.E.A.D. organization, have created a service project. Our service project focuses on delicious ice-cream sundaes which supports the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. To participate in this event, purchase a ticket for a minimum donation of $1.00 before school on January 25, 28, and 29 by the trophy case in the South Wing. Once you have purchased a ticket, bring it to lunch on January 31 to receive your ice cream sundae! All donations directly support the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. (You can find more information about this organization on this link). http://www.co.ozaukee. wi.us/1921/K-9-Unit Thank you for your support

Scholastic Book Fair -  Yay! It's book fair time again! We have a dino-mite book fair planned for January 17-27! It will be held in the Library this year. If you are not sure where the Library is.just follow the dinosaur prints to the 1st level of our school. The Book Fair will be open before and after Church Services on the 20th & 27th. It will be open after school during the duration of the fair. Please come to the Library during the St. Paul Open House on Monday, January 21st.there will be dinosaur and gem digs, dinosaur photo op, puzzles and treats for the kids! Children love to own their own books! Please also consider donating books to your child's classroom. I look forward to seeing you during the book fair!

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Upcoming Important Dates:

January 17-26 - Scholastic Book Fair

January 21 - Open House 9am-7pm

January 27,   Gr. Kind to 8th  (by student last name) 

                      9:30 am L-Z sing in Worship

                     11 am     A-K sing in Worship    

January 27 - February 1 - National Lutheran Schools Week

January 31 -  100th day of School

January 31 - February 1  - Parent/Teacher Conferences 

February 1 - Half Day/Noon Dismissal/ No Lunch

February 16 - Trivia Night

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Week of January 21 - Student of the Week - Gabby

Monday -             PE    -     (Open House 9am-7pm)

Tuesday -                 Music

Wednesday -         Chapel, Library (Please bring back library book)

 Thursday -           Music, Spanish

Friday                   PE

                                  Bring Back Snap Words