March 10, 2023

PH Kindergarten eNews

This week has been a fast paced one! Lots of preparation had to be done for next week’s Student-Led Conferences. We are excited to have our parents come to show all we have learned in Kindergarten so far! If you have not signed up for a time yet, please do so!

Next Week

  • Unit Study: Frogs
  • Show and Tell: Frog Research Report. Help your child to fill out the paper but let them do the writing.
  • Bible: Elisha
  • Bible Verse: “Give us this day, our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.” (Matthew 6:11-12, The Lord's Prayer)
  • Reading: We will explore why some words use Cc and others use Kk, and how to read words with -ck at the end.
  • Sight Words: house, when, my, me, we, like, you, just, said, good, will, play, have, day, went
  • Math: Review of previously learned concepts, number writing by 5’s to 100, fifteen after on the clock, whole and equal parts, addition facts

Important Dates

  • March 13-16 - Student-Led Conferences. Look for a Sign-Up Genius from your child's teacher.
  • March 17 - Easter Poem Judging. Top 3 from the class will be selected.
  • March 20-24 - Spring Break
  • March 31 - Art Fair and Morning with Mom. More info to come!
  • April 6 - Easter Chapel. Be looking for an email about Easter poems.
  • April 7 - Good Friday, NO SCHOOL
  • April 10-14 - Standardized Testing. Please do not schedule morning appointments this week.
  • April 18 - ABC Countdown Begins. More info to come!
  • April 20 - Field Trip to Blue Zoo Aquarium. More info to come!
  • May 23 - Awards Assembly and Last Day of School. More info to come!


  • Students should wear their navy Chapel polo and khaki bottoms EVERY Thursday! Jeans are not allowed on Chapel days.
  • If your child cannot tie shoes, work with them on this skill. It would also be helpful to work on putting on and zipping up jackets independently.
  • Be sure your child has a water bottle and a snack every day. Snacks can be sent in for the whole week on Monday or sent daily.
  • Make sure a season-appropriate change of clothes is in your child's backpack.

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