DeLonte Old Person recently competed in the NFL regional Punt Pass and Kick. He won first place for his 6-7 age group! We are all super proud of him! DeLonte will get to go to Seattle and compete once more during the Seattle Seahawks game! Good luck DeLo!
Wow! October came and went so quickly, I didn't even post anything! Your kiddos were so fun to be around on Halloween. We made slime, shared treats, and turned ourselves into mummies! We have been chatting about bringing candy to school, and some students may not have had the chance to tell you my class rule about it. I do not allow Halloween candy in the classroom. It will need to stay home from here on out. Thanks for your cooperation!
This month, we have THREE students of the month: Nathen Inman, Hinkley Moss, and Alldin Gates! These kiddos will be sharing things about them for the month, so that we can get to know them a little better.
Our MONSTAR goal for the month is hallway behavior. Please encourage your child to behave their very best in the hallways so that they can earn prizes!
We will be having conferences beginning next week. You should be getting a call or an envelope in the mail regarding your conference time. If you have any questions, as always, please feel free to contact me.
Tomorrow is Grandparent's Day! Grandparents or VIP's are encouraged and welcome to join us at KWH from 7:45-8:45. Breakfast will be provided. We would love to see you!
Next Wednesday, September 14, The second graders at K. William Harvey will be taking an all day field trip to the People's Center. We will get on the bus from school at 8:40, and we will return to the school at 2:45. Please make sure to sign your child's permission slip so they can attend this awesome event. Lunch will be provided by the school, as always :)
This is a really great opportunity for kids to learn about Native American awareness. Throughout the day, the students will visit up to 14 different stations. These will include arts and crafts, sporting events, cultural history and Salish stories, music, and cooking.
Last year, the running and screaming game was a HUGE hit! If you are interested in volunteering or attending this event, please don't hesitate to contact me! We would love to have you!
Hi there and thanks for stopping by! Today was a wonderful day! Your children have already mastered our three main class rules: Be respectful, Be responsible, and Be safe. Our transitions were smooth and our classroom was productive!
Homework will not begin until next week. The same goes for our reading and math curriculum. We will be doing a lot of "teach to's" throughout the next couple of weeks and it can take up a lot of time.
I hope you have all had a fabulous summer and that you are feeling refreshed and ready for another great school year! I can't wait to see all of those smiling faces! Back to school night will be taking place tomorrow, August 30th from 5:00-6:30. Barbecued foods will be provided and you are welcome and encouraged to come and check out the classroom! I hope to see you there!
This morning on my way to work I saw this mountain lion waiting right above a school bus stop. Apparently it was a yearling female and was later trapped by CSKT. The wildlife biologists are making sure it doesn't have any injuries due to its fall before releasing it back into the wild. It was quite a sight to see!
Happy April! I cannot believe how quickly the school year has flown by. We are already into our fourth quarter and summer will be here before we know it. With the warmer weather on its way, it can be harder for the students to stay engaged in class. Please remind your children to continue to try their very best.
11/25 Thanksgiving Break
11/6 End of Daylight Savings
11/10 Parent Teacher conf.
11/11 Parent Teacher Conf.
11/23 early release @12:20