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Important Dates

November 12: Veterans Day (No School)

November 14: Bring Your Parent to School Day (Specially Assigned Times)

November 21, 22, 23: Thanksgiving Break (No School)


 

Contact the Teachers

Ms. Killian- kmcilvain@cps.edu

Ms. Conroy- leconroy@cps.edu


Contact the School

Ms. Julie Landgraf (Main Office Clerk)- jslandgraf@cps.edu

Phone #: (773) 534-0490

Fax #: (773) 534-0491


CPS Volunteer Application

The volunteer application can be found here. When filling out the application, you will be considered a Level II volunteer. After submitting the application, you will need to stop by the LaSalle II Main Office to show your ID.
Please remember, you must be a CPS approved volunteer in order to chaperone a field trip.
Week of November 5-9, 2018


Focus of the Week:
This week we continued practicing sorting, and we are getting so good! We have mostly mastered sorting by color so we are now practicing sorting by shape, type of object, and anything else we can think of! We are also talking about turkeys this week to help us get in the Thanksgiving mood. We read "Setting the Turkeys Free" a fun story about a boy who has an adventure with his hand-print turkeys and had so much fun talking and drawing pictures about it!


Bring Your Parent to School Day:
In lieu of parent/teacher conferences, we will be hosting a parent/child activity day- Bring Your Parent to School! Students will have the opportunity to bring a parent to school on Wednesday, November 14th. Students will show their parent their favorite centers and participate in some fun hands-on parent child activities! A note went home with your child this week with your assigned time, if this time no longer works for you please notify the teachers as soon as possible. Please note that Pre-K only gives report cards at the end of each Semester, so report cards will not be given on this day (unless your child has an IEP that states otherwise).
Remember, this is a non-attendance day for students so please make sure to show up with your child at the scheduled time.


Picture Retakes:
School picture retakes will be offered next Tuesday, November 13th. If you would like your child to retake their picture, please notify the teacher before this date so we can make sure they get it taken.


Toy Drive:
This year the LaSalle II Student Council is hosting a Toy Drive for Lurie Children’s Hospital in lieu of the annual food drive! To ensure that we collect only items that the children most need, each grade is given a specific list of suggested items to purchase. Because of the safety of many immune compromised patients, all toys must be in original packaging, and no stuffed animals will be accepted due to potential contamination of germs and bacteria. 
Toys can be sent in at any point during next week (November 13-16). Parents can also bring in toys to donate on the day of Report Card Pickup (Wednesday, November 14). 
The homeroom with the most donated toys at the end of the week will receive a movie afternoon in their class sometime this fall!

Pre-K is targeting items for INFANTS (0-18 Months):
-Rattles (wrist, O'Ball balls and rattles)
-Teething rings
-WubbaNub Pacifier Toy
-Taggie Blankets and Toys
-Music boxes, musical radios
-Peaceful Aquariums
-Cloud B-sound Machine Animals
-Books (cardboard or vinyl – English/Spanish)
-Shape sorters, Stacking Rings, Cubes, Cups
-Baby blocks 


Kindergarten Registration:
The application for CPS schools is now live and can be accessed at go.cps.edu now through December 14th. We highly recommend that all parents of students that will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 submit this application for consideration into any magnet, magnet cluster, or open enrollment schools for the 2019-2020 school year. This means all students wishing to attend a school that is not their neighborhood school (even siblings) must submit the online application.

Please keep in mind, LaSalle II is a magnet school so attending our Pre-K program does not guarantee enrollment into our Kindergarten program- you will need to apply online.

*Students with IEP's are encouraged to apply, however, the IEP team may determine that another setting is more appropriate based on student need. This decision will be made at your child's annual IEP meeting.


Coats/ Jackets:
As the weather is getting colder and students are wearing more layers to school, please make sure all of your child's jackets, coats, and sweaters are labeled with your child's name. We often have students with similar items and they do not always get put away in the correct cubby, so it is easy for items to get mixed up. 




















Week of October 22-26, 2018
Focus of the Week:
This week we continued our Halloween and Fall study, including reading one of our favorite books- "The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything"! We read the book multiple times and then drew pictures about it and gave dictation for our teachers to write down. The students did such an amazing job retelling the story! We have also been working on sorting. We have practiced sorting by color, by size, by shape, and so much more! Please make sure you are practicing sorting at home too! Some great things to sort are small toys, leaves, kitchen items, or even socks!


Halloween:
We encourage students to wear their Halloween costumes to school on Halloween (Wednesday, October 31st). Please keep in mind, costumes cannot include masks or weapons and should be appropriate for all children (ie. not scary). 
This will be a normal schedule day, but we will invite parents into the classroom for the first 15 minutes to take pictures. 
Per CPS policy, students will not be able to pass out candy on this day.


Bring Your Parent to School Day:
In lieu of parent/teacher conferences, we will be hosting a parent/child activity day- Bring Your Parent to School! Students will have the opportunity to bring a parent to school on Wednesday, November 14th. Students will show their parent their favorite centers and participate in some fun hands-on parent child activities! Remember, this is a non-attendance day for students so if you sign up for Bring Your Parent to School, make sure to show up at the scheduled time. A note went home with your child this week with the sign-up form, please make sure to return it no later than this Friday, November 2nd.
Please note that Pre-K only gives report cards at the end of each Semester, so report cards will not be given on this day (unless your child has an IEP that states otherwise).


Kindergarten Registration:
The application for CPS schools is now live and can be accessed at go.cps.edu now through December 14th. We highly recommend that all parents of students that will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 submit this application for consideration into any magnet, magnet cluster, or open enrollment schools for the 2019-2020 school year. This means all students wishing to attend a school that is not their neighborhood school (even siblings) must submit the online application.

Please keep in mind, LaSalle II is a magnet school so attending our Pre-K program does not guarantee enrollment into our Kindergarten program- you will need to apply online.

*Students with IEP's are encouraged to apply, however, the IEP team may determine that another setting is more appropriate based on student need. This decision will be made at your child's annual IEP meeting.


Coats/ Jackets:
As the weather is getting colder and students are wearing more layers to school, please make sure all of your child's jackets, coats, and sweaters are labeled with your child's name. We often have students with similar items and they do not always get put away in the correct cubby, so it is easy for items to get mixed up. 






















Week of October 15-19, 2018

We love looking at our October Family Projects and seeing all their great emotions!


Focus of the Week:
This week we have gotten into the Halloween and fall spirit! We have been reading books about leaves, pumpkins, Halloween, and everything fall! Some of our favorites so far have been "Room on the Broom" and "There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat". We made fall art projects that are displayed in the classroom and even included some real leaves in them!


Walk to the Mailbox:
On Friday, October 26th we will be taking our first walking field trip! We will be walking as a class to a nearby mailbox to mail postcards to our families. All parents filled out a walking field trip permission form at the beginning of the year, so there will be no forms that need to be signed for this trip. If you would like to chaperone our walk to the mailbox, please email Ms. Killian or Ms. Conroy as soon as possible. Chaperones must have completed the CPS Volunteer Application. We will ask the AM volunteers to arrive at 8:45 and the PM volunteers to arrive at 12:45. We expect the trip to take just over an hour.
Please note, students will come to school at their normally scheduled times on this day.


Kindergarten Registration:
The application for CPS schools is now live and can be accessed at go.cps.edu now through December 14th. We highly recommend that all parents of students that will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 submit this application for consideration into any magnet, magnet cluster, or open enrollment schools for the 2019-2020 school year. This means all students wishing to attend a school that is not their neighborhood school (even siblings) must submit the online application.

Please keep in mind, LaSalle II is a magnet school so attending our Pre-K program does not guarantee enrollment into our Kindergarten program- you will need to apply online.

*Students with IEP's are encouraged to apply, however, the IEP team may determine that another setting is more appropriate based on student need. This decision will be made at your child's annual IEP meeting.


Coats/ Jackets:
As the weather is getting colder and students are wearing more layers to school, please make sure all of your child's jackets, coats, and sweaters are labeled with your child's name. We often have students with similar items and they do not always get put away in the correct cubby, so it is easy for items to get mixed up. 


Halloween:
We encourage students to wear their Halloween costumes to school on Halloween (Wednesday, October 31st). Please keep in mind, costumes cannot include masks or weapons and should be appropriate for all children (ie. not scary). 
This will be a normal schedule day, but we will invite parents into the classroom for the first 15 minutes to take pictures. 
Per CPS policy, students will not be able to pass out candy on this day.


BookFlix:
We have a school subscription to Scholastic's BookFlix website which is an online read-aloud experience where students can listen to their favorite books being read to them, while also watching the animations. Some of our classroom favorites like "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" and "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" can be found here and are a lot of fun to watch! To view these books at home go to www.bookflix.scholastic.com and enter our username and password.
Username: ecelasalleii
Password: ecelasalleii




















Week of October 9-12, 2018

Kindergarten Registration:
The application for CPS schools is now live and can be accessed at go.cps.edu now through December 14th. We highly recommend that all parents of students that will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 submit this application for consideration into any magnet, magnet cluster, or open enrollment schools for the 2019-2020 school year. This means all students wishing to attend a school that is not their neighborhood school (even siblings) must submit the online application.

Please keep in mind, LaSalle II is a magnet school so attending our Pre-K program does not guarantee enrollment into our Kindergarten program- you will need to apply online.

*Students with IEP's are encouraged to apply, however, the IEP team may determine that another setting is more appropriate based on student need. This decision will be made at your child's annual IEP meeting.


Walk to the Mailbox:
On Friday, October 26th we will be taking our first walking field trip! We will be walking as a class to a nearby mailbox to mail postcards to our families. All parents filled out a walking field trip permission form at the beginning of the year, so there will be no forms that need to be signed for this trip. If you would like to chaperone our walk to the mailbox, please email Ms. Killian or Ms. Conroy as soon as possible. Chaperones will be chosen on a 'first come- first served' basis and must have completed the CPS Volunteer Application.
Please note, students will come to school at their normally scheduled times on this day.


Coats/ Jackets:
As the weather is getting colder and students are wearing more layers to school, please make sure all of your child's jackets, coats, and sweaters are labeled with your child's name. We often have students with similar items and they do not always get put away in the correct cubby, so it is easy for items to get mixed up. 


Halloween:
We encourage students to wear their Halloween costumes to school on Halloween (Wednesday, October 31st). Please keep in mind, costumes cannot include masks or weapons and should be appropriate for all children (ie. not scary). 
This will be a normal schedule day, but we will invite parents into the classroom for the first 15 minutes to take pictures. 
Per CPS policy, students will not be able to pass out candy on this day.


BookFlix:
We have a school subscription to Scholastic's BookFlix website which is an online read-aloud experience where students can listen to their favorite books being read to them, while also watching the animations. Some of our classroom favorites like "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" and "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" can be found here and are a lot of fun to watch! To view these books at home go to www.bookflix.scholastic.com and enter our username and password.
Username: ecelasalleii
Password: ecelasalleii


Healthy Family Fest:
Don't forget the LaSalle II Healthy Family Fest is this Friday, October 12th at 3:00! There are many exciting activities planned such as physical challenges, healthy food options, interactive demonstrations, and Walgreens will be offering flu vaccines! 
Students must turn in a signed waiver and be accompanied by a parent or guardian to attend. 




















Week of October 1-5, 2018


Focus of the Week:
This week was all about Moms in room 104! We read books like "Mama Built a Little Nest", "The Mommy Book", and "Mama Do You Love Me?" to help facilitate our discussions about our Moms! In small groups, we practiced counting so make sure you are counting at home too! We like to count things like how many steps it takes to get somewhere, how many days we've been in school, how many friends are here today, and so much more!


October Family Project:
This week your child brought home their October Family Project. We are really trying to focus this year on strengthening the home/school relationship and these projects are going to be a great way to encourage this! These projects will be presented to the class and then displayed on a bulletin board in the classroom or in the hallway, so it is very important that each child participates so no one is left out. Our September projects were amazing and we can't wait to share our October ones! 
The October Family Project is due next Tuesday, October 9th.


Arrival Procedures:
When waiting outside the Pre-K doors for teachers to arrive, please make sure students are not playing on the steps or near the doors. We have had a number of incidents with teachers attempting to open the doors and being unable to do so because of students standing there. We have also had a few students get hurt this way. Please keep students with you, on the ground (not on the stairs).


Lending Library:
Our classroom Lending Library began this week! Please read the book your child brought home and talk about it together. 
Next Wednesday, please return the book to school in your child’s backpack. Your child will then choose another book to bring home that day. If your child does not return the book on Wednesday, they will not be allowed to take out another book until the current book is returned.


Kindergarten Application:
If your child will be 5 years old by September 1, 2019 (next year), you need to submit 




















Week of September 24-28, 2018
Some of our PM students showing off all their new friends!


Focus of the Week:
This week we continued our Family study by talking about our Dads! We read books such as "Kevin and his Dad", "Nelly Gnu and Daddy, Too" and "Daddies Do It Different" and talked about all of the fun things we do with our dads. We also started our daily name writing practice, so make sure you are practicing at home, too!


Arrival Procedures:
When waiting outside the Pre-K doors for teachers to arrive, please make sure students are not playing on the steps or near the doors. We have had a number of incidents with teachers attempting to open the doors and being unable to do so because of students standing there. We have also had a few students get hurt this way. Please keep students with you, on the ground (not on the stairs).


Lending Library:
Our classroom Lending Library will begin on Wednesday, October 3rd. Your child will choose a book from the library to bring home for the week. Please read the book with your child and talk about it together. The following Wednesday, please return the book to school in your child’s backpack. Your child will then choose another book to bring home that day. If your child does not return the book on Wednesday, they will not be allowed to take out another book until the current book is returned.
Please sign the Lending Library agreement and return it to school by Friday, September 28th.


Attendance:
If your child will be absent from school for any reason, please do not forget to email Ms. Landgraf in the office (jslandgraf@cps.edu) as soon as possible!


Volunteer Application:
If you would like to chaperone a field trip or volunteer in the classroom at any point this year, you must fill out the CPS Volunteer Application. This approval process does take a bit of time, so we recommend you complete the application now so that there are no issues in the future when you would like to volunteer.
The application can be found here. When filling out the application, you will be considered a Level II volunteer. After submitting the application, you will need to stop by the LaSalle II Main Office to show your ID.
If you completed the volunteer application last year, you do not need to do it again.


Supply List:
·Clorox Disinfecting Wipes (2)
·Paper Towels
·Hand Soap
·Kleenex
We are still very much in need of these supplies, so anything you can send in would be appreciated!



















Week of September 17-21, 2018

Showing off our September Family Projects- 'All About Me'! We loved showing our projects to our classmates and telling them all about what we included. They are all now on display in the classroom and we love looking at them every day!


Focus of the Week:
This week we continued our exploration of School and Family. We read books like "Families, Families, Families", "Chu's First Day of School", and "Two Homes" to help us learn more about our school, our family, and other families! We discussed how all families are different and about the members of our families, while also talking about how we treat others and some school rules! It was a very packed week! 


Picture Day:
LaSalle II Picture Day is next Thursday, September 27th
An order form went home with your child this week that must be filled out and returned (with the appropriate money) by September 27th. You may also order pictures online at portraitspluschicago.com. If you choose to order online, please include the online confirmation number on your child's envelope and return it to school (even if there is no money included).


Lending Library:
Our classroom Lending Library will begin on Wednesday, October 3rd. Your child will choose a book from the library to bring home for the week. Please read the book with your child and talk about it together. The following Wednesday, please return the book to school in your child’s backpack. Your child will then choose another book to bring home that day. If your child does not return the book on Wednesday, they will not be allowed to take out another book until the current book is returned.
Please sign the Lending Library agreement and return it to school by Friday, September 28th.


Attendance:
If your child will be absent from school for any reason, please do not forget to email Ms. Landgraf in the office (jslandgraf@cps.edu) as soon as possible!


Volunteer Application:
If you would like to chaperone a field trip or volunteer in the classroom at any point this year, you must fill out the CPS Volunteer Application. This approval process does take a bit of time, so we recommend you complete the application now so that there are no issues in the future when you would like to volunteer.
The application can be found here. When filling out the application, you will be considered a Level II volunteer. After submitting the application, you will need to stop by the LaSalle II Main Office to show your ID.
If you completed the volunteer application last year, you do not need to do it again.


Supply List:
·Clorox Disinfecting Wipes (2)
·Paper Towels
·Hand Soap
·Kleenex
We are still very much in need of these supplies, so anything you can send in would be appreciated!


Falcon Flier:
Make sure you are keeping up with everything happening at LaSalle II by subscribing to the Falcon Flier, our bi-weekly newsletter emailed every other Friday by Dr. Albani (our school principal). This is the primary way we communicate with the whole school, so we highly recommend you subscribe if you have not done so already. You can subscribe to the Falcon Flier (and other LaSalle II parent groups!) here.


Water Bottles:
If you would like to send your child with a water bottle to drink during the school day or while outside on the playground, we encourage you to do so. We do ask that all water bottles be filled only with water (no juice, milk, etc.) because children drink from these bottles all day and they are not refrigerated. Please also make sure all water bottles are age-appropriate (the child can use it independently and it is not a bottle). 


LaSalle II Track-A-Thon:
The LaSalle II community is having a healthy, school-wide fundraiser. Students will collect sponsors (such as extended family, neighbors, business owners, co-workers, etc.) that will donate to them for walking around the field as many times as the can during a specific time allotment. The money pledged is for walking, not number of laps. The money raised by this event will go to support the entire LaSalle II community such as sports teams, student council, 8th grade graduation, field trips, foreign language programs and trips, after-school academic support, and any other event or need approved by Dr. Albani. These funds will be spent each year so the effects will be felt and seen immediately. The Track-A-Thon fundraiser will be held completely on school ground, during school hours.
Students will be able to earn prizes for their efforts supporting LaSalle II and more information about these prizes can be found on the Track-A-Thon flier going home this week. If your child raises more than $20, they win a LaSalle II t-shirt so be sure to complete the form on the back with choices and sizes.
All Track-A-Thon money is due by September 27th.























Week of September 10-14, 2018
The AM class exploring the playground, enjoying the nice weather, and working on our gross motor skills- all at the same time!


Focus of the Week:
This week we are continuing our focus on acclimating to the classroom and becoming familiar with our routines. We continue to practice our classroom routines and are working towards independence in them! We read books by one of our favorite authors, Todd Parr, and talked about our families. We also introduced our circle time "leader" and are learning how that person can help us learn. We are practicing sitting nicely on the rug by keeping our legs criss-cross applesauce, our eyes looking at the person talking, our ears listening, our mouths quiet, and raising our hand when we want to talk. Ask us about these rules at home and help us practice them there, too!


Family Project:
Last week your child will be brought home their September Family Project. We are really trying to focus this year on strengthening the home/school relationship and these projects are going to be a great way to encourage this! A simple project, similar to this one, will go home every month for you to work on with your child. These projects will be presented to the class and then displayed on a bulletin board in the classroom or in the hallway, so it is very important that each child participates so no one is left out. 
The September Family Project is due this Friday, September 14th.


Water Bottles:
If you would like to send your child with a water bottle to drink during the school day or while outside on the playground, we encourage you to do so. We do ask that all water bottles be filled only with water (no juice, milk, etc.) because children drink from these bottles all day and they are not refrigerated. Please also make sure all water bottles are age-appropriate (the child can use it independently and it is not a bottle). 


LaSalle II Track-A-Thon:
The LaSalle II community is having a healthy, school-wide fundraiser. Students will collect sponsors (such as extended family, neighbors, business owners, co-workers, etc.) that will donate to them for walking around the field as many times as the can during a specific time allotment. The money pledged is for walking, not number of laps. The money raised by this event will go to support the entire LaSalle II community such as sports teams, student council, 8th grade graduation, field trips, foreign language programs and trips, after-school academic support, and any other event or need approved by Dr. Albani. These funds will be spent each year so the effects will be felt and seen immediately. The Track-A-Thon fundraiser will be held completely on school ground, during school hours.
Students will be able to earn prizes for their efforts supporting LaSalle II and more information about these prizes can be found on the Track-A-Thon flier going home this week. If your child raises more than $20, they win a LaSalle II t-shirt so be sure to complete the form on the back with choices and sizes.
All Track-A-Thon money is due by September 27th.


Backpacks and Daily Reports:
Please make sure you are checking your child's backpack every day! At this point in the year there are a lot of forms and notes being sent home in your child's folder that need to be returned. These forms are very important, and we ask that you please fill them out and send them back to school as soon as possible.


Attendance:
If your child will be absent from school for any reason, please do not forget to email Ms. Landgraf in the office (jslandgraf@cps.edu) as soon as possible!


Volunteer Application:
If you would like to chaperone a field trip or volunteer in the classroom at any point this year, you must fill out the CPS Volunteer Application. This approval process does take a bit of time, so we recommend you complete the application now so that there are no issues in the future when you would like to volunteer.
The application can be found here. When filling out the application, you will be considered a Level II volunteer. After submitting the application, you will need to stop by the LaSalle II Main Office to show your ID.
If you completed the volunteer application last year, you do not need to do it again.


Supply List:
·Clorox Disinfecting Wipes (2)
·Paper Towels
·Hand Soap
·Kleenex
We are still very much in need of these supplies, so anything you can send in would be appreciated!


Falcon Flier:
Make sure you are keeping up with everything happening at LaSalle II by subscribing to the Falcon Flier, our bi-weekly newsletter emailed every other Friday by Dr. Albani (our school principal). This is the primary way we communicate with the whole school, so we highly recommend you subscribe if you have not done so already. You can subscribe to the Falcon Flier (and other LaSalle II parent groups!) here.




















Week of September 4- 7, 2018
PM students exploring our classroom learning centers!


Focus of the Week:
This week we are focusing on acclimating to the classroom and becoming familiar with our routines. We are practicing walking in a line, following directions, sitting at circle time, and learning the expectations of playing at centers (sharing, taking turns, playing only with the open materials). We have had a great first week!


Backpacks and Daily Reports:
Please make sure you are checking your child's backpack every day! At this point in the year there are a lot of forms and notes being sent home in your child's folder that need to be returned. These forms are very important, and we ask that you please fill them out and send them back to school as soon as possible.


Family Project:
This Friday (September 7th) your child will be bringing home their September Family Project. We are really trying to focus this year on strengthening the home/school relationship and these projects are going to be a great way to encourage this! A simple project, similar to this one, will go home every month for you to work on with your child. These projects will be presented to the class and then displayed on a bulletin board in the classroom or in the hallway, so it is very important that each child participates so no one is left out. 
The September Family Project is due next Friday, September 14th.


Attendance:
If your child will be absent from school for any reason, please do not forget to email Ms. Landgraf in the office (jslandgraf@cps.edu) as soon as possible!


Supply List:

·Clorox Disinfecting Wipes (2)

·Paper Towels

·Hand Soap

·Kleenex

We are still very much in need of these supplies, so anything you can send in would be appreciated!



Volunteer Application:
If you would like to chaperone a field trip or volunteer in the classroom at any point this year, you must fill out the CPS Volunteer Application. This approval process does take a bit of time, so we recommend you complete the application now so that there are no issues in the future when you would like to volunteer.
The application can be found here. When filling out the application, you will be considered a Level II volunteer. After submitting the application, you will need to stop by the LaSalle II Main Office to show your ID.
If you completed the volunteer application last year, you do not need to do it again.


Falcon Flier:
Make sure you are keeping up with everything happening at LaSalle II by subscribing to the Falcon Flier, our bi-weekly newsletter emailed every other Friday by Dr. Albani (our school principal). This is the primary way we communicate with the whole school, so we highly recommend you subscribe if you have not done so already. You can subscribe to the Falcon Flier (and other LaSalle II parent groups!) here.























First Day of School:
Don't forget- the first day of school is Tuesday, September 4th! We will see you all at 7:45 a.m.!
Pre-K students enter through the South entrance on Honore St.


Getting Ready for the New Year:
Starting school for the first time, or even just starting a new year, can be difficult for both students and parents! This article recommends getting your bedtime and morning routines settled, creating a goodbye ritual, and more great tips for dealing with separation anxiety around starting school. One great way to help your child prepare is by reading books about it and talking about what they can expect; check out some of these great books about starting school to help your child get prepared:
Lena's Shoes Are Nervous: A First-Day-of-School Dilemma by Keith Clabrese
Hello School! by Priscilla Burris
Maisy Goes to Preschool: A Maisy First Experience Book by Lucy Cousins
Mae's First Day of School by Kate Berube
How Do Dinosaurs Go to School? by Jane Yolen


Handbook:
Our Pre-K Handbook is now available at the bottom of this site! I highly recommend that you read through the handbook (even parents of returning students!) because there is a lot of important information about our classroom.
To access the handbook, scroll all the way down to the bottom of this page.



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Lauren Landgraf,
Aug 31, 2018, 7:20 AM