Welcome to Mrs. Pulter's
(Week of May 29 - June 2, 2017)
Welcome Back! I hope you enjoyed a fun and relaxing holiday weekend!
In our Reading, Phonics and Writing lessons we will be reviewing the skills and strategies that have made us better readers and writers this year.
We will further explore place value in Math. Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s will be reviewed as the concept of odd and even numbers is introduced.
Jesus has brought us great joy and teaches us many ways to bring His joy to others. In Religion this week we will make JOY banners to bring home and share.
Matter will be sorted and described in Science. We will have a special surprise that will help us with this lesson!
Tonight will be the last evening your child will bring home a Nightly Reading book. Each student was allowed to pick a book from ANY basket or shelf in the library with the stipulation that it be a book that he/she can read to you. Enjoy your child’s selection! Please return all books and lists of books by Friday. We will have a special Reading Celebration next week. Thank you for your support of this program throughout the year!
For your planning purposes, please note next Monday after the All School Mass, which starts at 8:15, students will be receiving certificates in recognition of their achievements this year. Parents are welcome to join us for the mass and presentation of certificates.
Permission slips to participate in Field Day on June 7th are due on Wednesday.
Safe Snack Guidelines:
Our school is peanut free. Thank you for providing healthy snacks that ensure the safety of all our friends. You will find them on our school website.
The health and safety of our Monroe Catholic School students is our top priority. Due to the impact sugary snacks have on the health and behavior of our students, along with the sensitivity/severity of several types of allergies on both our St. Michael and St. John Campuses, edible birthday treats cannot be passed out at school.
Students that would like to bring in birthday treats for their classmates may share something that is non-edible such as pencils, stickers, small toys, etc. Edible birthday treats have too much of an impact on our school day and will be sent home if they are sent to school. We want our children to feel special on their big day but believe we can achieve this through non-edible treats and other special attention in their classroom. Thank you for you cooperation, understanding and attention to this policy.
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