Welcome to the PreK Home Page


  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    We have come to the point in the year where it is time to make your decisions about Kindergarten.  Your student's teacher will be contacting you if we feel we need to discuss the progress your child is making and their readiness for Kindergarten at our Mid-Year Conferences on February 13th.  Be on the look out for an email with a link to sign up for Conferences.  If you want to meet with us, please email your child's teacher this week about receiving the link for conference sign up.

    Thank you for your partnership in your child’s education.

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  • Encouraging reading is one of the most important things we can do to help your child succeed. It can be tough finding the right books to keep them interested, which is why I am so excited that our class will be participating in Scholastic Reading Club this school year.

    With Scholastic Reading Club:

    • Every book you buy earns FREE Books for our classroom library
    • You can choose from handpicked, grade- and reading-level-specific books for your child
    • Just click on the Scholastic icon below and it will take you directly to the class page.

    Thank you for your support!

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PreK Events

  • Valentines Day

    Our Valentines Day Party will be held on Thursday, February 13th.   Classes will be combined for this event.  We will have our Valentines’ Day Party in the student center.  Please drop off and pick up your child in the student center!

    Make sure your child brings in their Valentines for their classmates in a ziploc bag with their name on the bag TO THE PARTY along with their Valentines box.  Make sure your child's name is also on their valentine box.

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  • PK Sight Words

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  • Homework #20

    For homework this week, we will review the alphabet. Use the following worksheets to review the letters A-M. Connect the dots A-M on both worksheets and then color them! Make sure your student says the name of the letter as they find each letter. For example, have them say “A” first, then find the “A”. Ask them what letter comes next and then have them say and find that letter.  Please make sure they use a pencil to connect the letters!  Remember to do both sides!

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