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Planetarium Visit on May 2nd

We will be visiting the Rock Bridge planetarium for a special kindergarten program. We will be learning about constellations, star mythology, and space travel. This is a short morning field trip and we will return to school for lunch so no special lunches are needed. Parent volunteers will not be possible on this field trip due to space limitations.

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Eagle Camera

Follow this link to see a live feed of a bald eagle nest!

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Learning in the Library

We had a fun, productive day of learning in the library while our room was being painted.  We had literary work time. We learned about art from our picture person Kourtney. We had playtime as well! Of course our day was filled songs and stories!

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Notable and Quoteable

Here are a few funnies from today. "Wow, you have a tattoo!? You look sooooo coooollll!" -Parker, after seeing me wearing a sleeveless shirt for the first time in months. I have had the tattoo the entire school year. "The thunder made my tummy scared!" -Jose commenting on the stormy weather.

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Early Release and Painting Tomorrow

Just a heads up that tomorrow (4/27) is an early release day (we dismiss at 12:50). Our class will also be learning in the library because our room will be painted. We will meet in the hallway outside our room and walk down to the library together. Thank you!

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Butterfly Release!

Here are a few moments from our butterfly release on Friday. We enjoyed observing our Painted Ladies, but we learned that butterflies have important work to accomplish like pollination and laying eggs. We also learned that the butterfly life span is very short-only a few weeks-which makes their time in nature all the more precious. Friday was warm, sunshiny and …

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Stephen's Lake Park

What a great day we had exploring today! Our amazing parent volunteers helped the day go smoothly-thank you! Here are a whole bunch of pictures of the fun!                                                          

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