Welcome to Ms. Burnett's web pageWelcome parents and students,I hope you are all well. I miss you all! Please know that I think of your child every day. The district is working on a new way to deliver educational and fun activities to students. Educators are spending this week and next week working with the district to figure it all out. Please take care of yourselves during this time and do what is best for you and your families.Be well,Ms. Burnett:)For now, if you are looking for something for your child to do while at home, here is a website with 2 weeks worth of fun learning (just click on the link below):At school, Kindergarteners wrote in their journals every day (they draw a picture and write about it)...they can still do this at home...any piece of paper will do (don't worry about spelling! Just let them be creative.). Your kindergarteners are smart, let them practice any skill they have learned at school and show you:)Also, check out Ms. Burnett's "Interesting web resources" for more fun things to do (Epic books, Discovery Education, etc).Previous events:Valentines Day: February 14, 2020Winter concert: December 13, 2019, 2:00p.m.Holiday Break: December 23 - January 5...NO SCHOOL.Return to school on January 6, 2020.SNOWMANThis year, Point Higgins Kindergarten will be creating a "Snowman Land," in our hallway. Monday, November 25, we are sending home one large piece of white paper for the snowman. Togehter wih supplies from home, we are asking each family to create a decorated snowman to be hung in the hall. This is a family project to be done with your child.Please cut a snowman shape, using the white paper. Add decorations, using anything your family likes, or maybe a theme. Some decorating suggestions are: gift wrap, construction paper, sequins, yarn, stickers, old greeting cards, family photos, garland, and the list goes on!This "assignment" is due at school on, or before, Wednesday, December 4. We will display them in the hallway for a few weeks, and then it will be returned to your family.Have fun decorationg your snowman and have a very nice Thanksgiving.Thanksgiving Break: Wednesday, November 27 - December 1...NO SCHOOL.Return to school on December 2, 2019.Conferences are Monday, October 14th, and Tuesday, October15th, in the evenings. Conference times were sent home with each student. If you need to know your conference time, please e-mail me at email@example.com. We have children at school, Monday through Thursday, with conferences Monday and Tuesday evening. No school on Friday, October 18th.Bring your favorite stuffed animal to school on Thursday, October 17.PICTURE DAY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2019Apple week, September 24-27th...please bring an apple to school.No school for students, Monday, September 23, 2019
Welcome To Kindergarten!
August 29, 2019
I am so happy to be your child’s kindergarten teacher for the upcoming
school year. Kindergarten is a milestone year for you and your child. In
previous years, kindergarten teachers were able to meet their students and
families during the first two days of school and do some assessment of their
skills. Our district’s policy changed and kindergarten students begin the year
on either August 23 or August 24. We will have a “Rolling Start” for
kindergarten students. Half of my class will start on August 23 (stay home
on the 24) and the other half will start on August 24 (stay home the 23 of
August). The kindergarten class, as a whole, will begin attending, everyday,
on Monday, August 27.
On the day that your child will start (either the 23 or 24) I would like to
meet with families and their children the first half hour of school. I will give
the families a tour of the classroom, collect school supplies, help families fill
out a transportation tag, and discuss homework.
August 29, from 6-7 pm, we will have an open house at Point Higgins. At
this time I will go over the kindergarten handbook, behavior system, and
answer questions regarding kindergarten.
On the first day of school please bring:
1. School supplies- All students please bring: a two-pocket homework
folder (label with student’s name), Crayola colored pencils, Crayola
crayons (24), Crayola washable markers, Crayola watercolor paint
set, 3 large glue sticks, pencil top erasers, and TICONDEROGA
Boys bring: paper plates, sandwich sized zip lock bags, 1 pkg. sponges
Girls bring: gallon sized zip lock bags, 1 container of Clorox wipes, and
1 box of tissues
2. Tennis shoes for P.E. (label with student’s name)
3. Ba`ckpack (label with student’s name)
4. Dishwasher safe water bottle (label with student’s name)
5. Knowledge of your child’s bus number for going home from school as
we will be filling out a transportation tag to put on your child’s
Please contact the bus company so that they know they are to pick and
drop off your child. They do not drop them off at your home as they
may have done in preschool. There are designated bus stops and the bus
company needs to know where your child will be getting on and off. The
bus company’s number is 225-3806.
The school day begins at 8:45 and ends at 3:15.
The students who will be attending school on August 29 are: Students with
last names beginning with A-M.
The students who will be attending school on August 30 are: Students with
last names beginning with N-Z.
If that day does not work for you please call our school secretary and
reschedule for the other day. Our secretary is Laurie Northrup and she will
have a master list. Our school phone number is 247-1500.
Thank you and welcome to kindergarten!
Patricia BurnettFebruary = 100th Day of schoolWe have activities plannedFriday, February 14 = Valentines day. We will have a Valentine Exchange. A student name list wil be sent home.Monday, February 17 is President's Day. No school for students.You're Invited to Family Movie Night!Featuring Sherlock Gnomes@ 6pmPHE MSRStudents must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.There is no school for elementary staff & students on Monday, Jan. 21st.Wednesday, January 30th, 8:05 AM - 8:45 AM Maples (AKA Donuts) with MomSNOWMANThis year, Point Higgins' Kindergarten will be creating a "Snowman Land," in our hallway. Tuesday, November 20, we are sending home one large piece of white paper for the snowman. Together, wih supplies from home, we are asking each family to create a decorated snowman to be hung in the hall. This is a family project to be done with your child.Please cut a snowman shape, using the white paper. Add decorations, using anything your family likes, or maybe a theme. Some decorating suggestions are: gift wrap, construction paper, sequins, yarn, stickers, old greeting cards, family photos, garland, and the list goes on!This "assignment" is due at school on, or before, Friday, November 30. We will display them in the hallway for a few weeks, and then it will be returned to your family.Have fun decorationg your snowman and have a very nice Thanksgiving.Name: Ms. Patricia BurnettEmail Address: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone Number:907.247.1500
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