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Blue Room Newsletter
Blue Room January and February Highlights:
We have enjoyed exploring Tubes and Tunnels by learning who makes tunnels and what can go through tubes and tunnels. Watching our ants make tunnels in their ant farm has been a lot of fun. Those ants are hard workers!
We are learning rhyming words, letters, patterns and numbers 1-15 too. We love clapping out syllables and creating rhymes.
In February we will be learning about Friendship and Dental Health so we will learn how to properly care for our teeth and keep them healthy.
What a wonderful start to 2020!
Ms. Robin M.
Ms. Robin earned her B.A. in Education in 1998 and a Master’s in Education in 2003 from UNLV in Las Vegas, NV. For 5 years, she worked as an elementary school teacher in the Clark County School District. In 2005, Robin and her husband moved to his hometown of O’Fallon. They have two beautiful children that are both Discovery School graduates. She has always loved teaching and enjoys coming to work each day and seeing the smiling faces at Discovery.
February 7th–Picture Day for 5 day and 2 day children
February 11th-Picture Day for 3 day children
February 14th- Conference Day. DISMISSAL AT 11:20 AM. Extended Day children can stay.
February 17th–Closed for President’s Day
*We strive to be a peanut-free zone for the safety of our children with allergies. Please keep that in mind when choosing a birthday snack to share.
*Teachers do not check email during class time. If you need immediate feedback, please call the office.
*For the safety of the children, Discovery requests that they wear tennis shoes.
*For school closings/delays please check out our Discovery School Facebook page and channels 2 and 5. Teachers will also send out emails via our classroom contact list.
*If your child has soiled clothing, a note will be taped to your child’s cubby. Our soiled clothes basket is on the wire shelf above our cubbies.
*Please bring warm coats,hats, and gloves as we will play outside if the wind chill is above 25 degrees.