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Mrs. McIntyre

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Mother's Day Tea

Upcoming Important Dates:

  • Friday, May 18- Field Day with noon dismissal

Despite the rain last week, the trip to the Science Center was a lot of fun. The 8th grade buddies and chaperones were a huge help. The students enjoyed eating with their 8th grade buddies, sharing an ice cream treat, and doing an activity together. Thank you to everyone who came and donated time, snacks, and drinks. The 8th graders helped us with a memory book that I will be typing up this weekend. I hope to have this to you by Monday or Tuesday of next week. 

Please remember your child’s time capsule is due 
by Wednesday, May 16. Please decorate the coffee can and send it to school. We will fill it with a few mementos, and then we will send it back home for you to fill with your own memories. Don’t peeking until high school graduation. 

The Mother’s Day Tea was a huge success. I hope you enjoyed the special time with your child and visiting with the other moms. I did take pictures, but I won’t send them home until the last day of school. The end of the year video will contain the pictures from the tea. I have been sa
ving pictures all year for the video. I had no idea I had over 400 pictures, so trimming it down to fit in a 12-15 minute video was challenging. Each family will get a copy of the DVD. We will watch 

the video at the end of the year celebration on Wednesday, May 23 at 1:30 p.m. in the school gym 
All of our butterflies came out of their cocoons on Monday. We set them free at recess and w
atched them fly away. We hope our “class pets” enjoy their new found freedom!! This week, one of our moms, brought some chicks for us to hold and learn about. The baby chicks were one week old. The children learned how to hold the chicks and what the chicks need in order to survive. Thank you for sharing the chicks with us. 

Field Day will be next Friday, May 18. The children will not need a drink, book bag, or uniform this day. The children should wear their team shirts and shorts. Parent Volunteers are planning games and fun activitie
s for the children to play. Most of the activities will be outside,weather permitting, with a couple of events planned inside. There will be plenty of snack and water stations available. Please remember this is a noon dismissal day. 

Your child will also receive a Summer Fun Packet full of math and reading activities to work on this summer. It will contain sight words, spelling words, sound out words, websites, information for signing each letter, a hundreds chart, and lots of practice with addition, subtraction, counting money, number lines, etc. Try to work on the folder a couple of times each week, and don’t forget to join the summer reading club through your local library. 

We had five more students know their address and phone number this week. Keep working on it at home please!! 
Also coming home in the next week or so, will be a prayer rug. The rug should sit by your child’s bed at night and be a nightly reminder to say prayers before going to bed. I hope this will become a nightly ritual you have with your child. The children will look forward to this one-on-one time with you. 

We taught our 8th-grade buddies     how to dance the polka!



                                                             Third Grade Tech Buddies


                       Helping Kindergarten with Chromebooks

Dr. Seuss's Birthday



Speaking of summer, the children will all receive a summer fun packet the last week of school.  All the sight words, spelling words, and sound out words will be in the folder. There will also be math and reading work for the children in the folder.  So much information can be lost over the summer, so my hope is that the packet will keep your child’s skills fresh, so he/she remains ready for first grade!  I would also enroll your child in the summer reading program at the St. Louis County library. This typically starts the first week of June, and there are lots of fun incentives and prizes for the children.  I will mention it to the children too, so they get excited about it.

100th Day of School!

Dr. Seuss's Birthday
        Our Olympic Medals


Learning is so much fun!

  Our 8th Grade Buddies

Mrs. McIntyre's Wish List

Listening Center with headphones
ipads or tablets for room (4)
Easel (painting one side/magnetic on other side
Painting of room and new shelving
Activtablet for Promethean
Learning Games
Books with tapes
Kidney Shaped Learning Table
If you would like to make a donation for the school to assist Mrs. McIntyre's class above is her wish list.  If you would like more information about this please contact the office or Mrs. McIntyre.