Early Childhood

Mrs. Jane Beaty and Ms. Adriana Schillace

December 11, 2017

Dear Parents,

In the coming week, we will continue to study the winter season, and mammals, focusing on the parts of the mammal, specifically the fox.   

The kindergarten students will finish their study of habitats with a look at farm and urban habitats, the parts of a biome, and a review of the different habitats we have studied.

We have been working very hard on our Winter Program, to be held on Friday, December 15, at 10:30 am. We are trying to practice every day beginning at 8:35 (immediately after carline). Please try to arrive on time.

You will not need to provide any costumes for the program. On that day, December 15, please send the children to school wearing any combination of the colors of woodland animals: brown, black, grey, and/or white, either solids or simple patterns.

Please try to arrive on time on the day of the program (December 15, 10:30 am) to see your child perform. If for some reason, you are running late, please call the school to let us know. We will try to postpone starting until each child has at least one adult in the audience. The performance does not last long, and if you are late, you may miss it completely.

There will be a reception in our classroom after the program, and dismissal is at noon on that day. We ask that you let us know the number of adults and children you expect to attend the program as soon as you know. We will be setting up chairs for the occasion and would like to have a fairly accurate count so that no one has to stand up.

Finally, sometimes families begin Winter Break early. Please let us know if your child will not be here for the Winter Program. Also, if your child will be here, but you will not be able to attend, please let us know so that we can help your child understand.

Have a great week!

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