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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

Our first day of Kindergarten was a fantastic one! We are all getting to know each other and are keeping very busy. We had a Gingerbread Man hunt around campus early this morning. This afternoon we made an entry in our journals and enjoyed going to PE. Enjoy our first official class picture of the year!

Thanks for sharing your children with me!

August 10th 2019

WELCOME TO OUR KINDERGARTEN CLASS!
See you at Meet and Greet tomorrow! We cannot wait to meet you!
Please, remember to bring a family picture for our Family Tree Bulletin Board. Thank you!
Mrs. Siegelman and Ms. Kathie

Welcome!

It’s time to begin a new school year. Whether you are a new family or a legacy one, we warmly welcome you to this special community that is Wood Acres. You are an important part of our 50th school year and we cannot wait to celebrate with you!

This blog is where you will find all kinds of information from your teachers and we hope you will visit it often. Please mark your calendars for these important upcoming dates:

• School Forms Due – Thursday, August 1
Student Profile 2019-2020
Tree House Parent School Agreement 2019-2020
Publicity Release 2019-2020
Authorization for Medication (If applicable) 2019-2020
Updated Immunization Form (Form 3231 from your doctor)

• Meet and Greet – Sunday, August 11
Drop in anytime from 2 – 4 pm.
Visit your child’s classroom, meet the teachers, collect supplies, and stop by the office to say hello.
Purchase ice cream, water, and spirit wear under the portico by the main office to raise money for the 8th grade capstone Spain adventure. Don’t miss it!

• First Day of School – Monday, August 12
Car lines open at the following times and our wonderful teaching assistants will help your children from the car and into the classroom.
 Kindergarten – 8:35 am
 1st – 3rd grade – 8:20 am
 4th grade – 8:20 am
 5th grade – 7:45 am
Please drop off 4th and 5th graders in front of the main office so that a member of our office team may great them as they make their way to Turner Hall. This is an important year for growing independence and we want to work with you to support that independence in your children.

We are happy for you to walk your child to his/her classroom on the first day. Please keep in mind that it important to be consistent with your drop off routine.

Morning Tree House is available at 7:00 am on the first day if you have pre-registered. You will need to walk your child inside to attend Tree House. Tree House will be located in the Few Cottage.

• 3rd – 5th grade Parent Orientation Meeting – Thursday, August 22
7:00 – 8:00 pm
Parent night is a night for parents to learn more about curriculum, ask questions, and sign up to volunteer.

• K – 2nd grade Parent Orientation Meeting – Tuesday, August 27
7:00 – 8:00 pm
Parent night is a night for parents to learn more about curriculum, ask questions, and sign up to volunteer.

Thank you for your attention to all of this and for choosing Wood Acres as your child’s academic home.

We are so glad you are here and we look forward to seeing you soon!

April 22, 2019

SPRING HAIKUS:
Last week, we wrote Haikus, a Japanese art of poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. Because we are kindergarteners, we kept the idea of 17 syllables all together but adjusted the numbers of syllables per line a little. The lines rarely rhyme in haikus.
If you have time stop by to see it.
Enjoy the attached Gazette.

March 29th

Where in the world is our class?
This week we traveled to South America where we are learning about the rain forest and the Andes. So much fun! So much learning!
Enjoy Spring break! See you on April 8th

MYSTERY READER

Guess who was our Mystery Reader yesterday? The famous Mrs. Manning, our Early School Dean! The kids all loved having her in our class!
Some knew her from Early School and some knew her from Tree House. What a treat! Thank you Mrs. Manning for taking the time to come and surprise our class!

This Matters At Wood Acres.

  • High Expectations For Teaching And Learning

  • Strong Instructional Leadership

  • Safe Learning Environment For Everyone

  • Positive And Welcoming School Climate

  • Valuing Time On Task For Mastery

  • Close Home School Partnerships