Weekly Update February 28

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February 26, 2020
Hi San Tan Families,
Thank you for responding so quickly to the Tonto Creek Field Trip and getting your forms into the front office by Wednesday, March 4TH. It’s a highlight of the year to be in the mountains with each other working on team building and nature activities. The field trip is Friday, April 5th, 7:30-5:00. We need to dress for the weather bringing a jacket and sturdy shoes, bring lots of snacks for the bus, and a waterbottle with name clearly marked on everything.
Next week we are celebrating Dr. Seuss Read Across America Week. We have a theme for each day. Right after lunch we will have reading time along the themes. If you would like to come in to read to the children at 11:25 for 15 minutes on Monday or Tuesday or 10:45 on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, email me.
MONDAY, MARCH 2ND – Hawaiian Day: Wear your favorite Hawaiian print, bring a beach towel and wear your sunglasses for outside reading – Sneetches on Beaches
TUESDAY, MARCH 3RD – Hat Day: Wear your favorite hat to school while your teacher reads The Cat in the Hat
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4TH – Road Trip Day: Wear A shirt of a place you have visited – Bring a snack to eat during the book Oh the Places You’ll Go
THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH – Sock Day: Wear crazy or mismatched socks, take off your shoes while reading
FRIDAY, MARCH 6TH – Flashlight Friday!! Bring a blanket and a flashlight. Curl up with a blanket and flashlight and read!
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES – Check your email for a link to sign up
Here are materials we need for MARCH/APRIL STEM activities:
• Straws
• Pipecleaners
• Craft sticks
• Newspaper or large sheets of paper like the kind one wraps items when moving
• Jelly beans -25 per person
• Posterboard – 6 sheets any color (needed by Cat and the hat day)
• 6 rolls of masking tape – Walmart has the best price
• Small empty boxes like the cube Kleenex boxes, or mac and cheese boxes
Spelling words for next week are: lung, sung, sing, sting, bang, BONUS WORDS: gong, strong, swing, king, fang.
Thanks for your continued support,
Ms. Gregersen