A Note From Ms. Sickler
Although much of our school year has looked different from last year, dealing with winter weather remains the same. A few winter weather reminders:
- We believe in the importance of outdoor play. Students go outside for recess every day provided the wind chill is 10 degrees or above. Please be sure your child is dressed appropriately for outdoor play (coat, hat, boots, gloves).
- Find out information about school cancellations HERE.
Here are your “home school” updates:
Harvest Specials Rotation
In-Person Students: Here is the schedule and rotation for the days that you are in school.
On the days that you are not in school, check out these enrichment activities. This will also be shared via SeeSaw on Monday.
Virtual Students: You will be back following your daily special schedule.
Save the dates!
Sweet Tweets of the Week
Did You Know?
Did you know that there are coding classes for even our youngest learners? This course was developed for the youngest learners as a guide to the vast world of coding. Using a platform developed by Computer Science researchers at MIT called “Scratch”, students will be introduced to fundamental concepts of programming such as data, conditionals, and loops through draggable, intuitive premade code blocks. Each class, using their newfound knowledge, students will apply what they have learned to create practical projects and games.
Check it out HERE.