Mrs. Boring’s Class
Friday, May 8, 2015
I would like to wish all of “our” moms a Happy Mother’s Day. I hope your day is as SPECIAL as YOU! Thanks for ALL you do, it doesn’t go unnoticed. The children are so PROUD of you and LOVE you very much. It was so neat hearing what they had to say about all of you as we were reading books about Mother’s Day this week and as they made your special gifts & cards. It’s so EVIDENT how much “you” are LOVED. As a mom of 3, I know our children don’t always show it, but when they are given the chance to talk about us it’s so SWEET to hear how much we really mean to them. I hope you enjoy your cards and gifts. Enjoy your WELL-DESERVED day of HONOR! May God continue to BLESS you all!
The Kindergarten Program will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20th in the PLC. The children need to meet Mrs. Salazar and me in our classroom at 6:10 p.m. The children may dress up or may dress casual. However, I would like to request that they do not wear jeans or “play clothes.” The children will be performing a program that will last about 30-40 minutes. We will be using a few props; some of these props will be hats. If the girls plan on wearing ponytails or pigtails, I would like to ask you to please make sure they aren’t up real high because this makes it difficult for them to put the hats on easily. Thin clips may be easier as far as that goes. Following the program the children will receive their certificates and then there will be a small reception. The children have been working hard and are ready to show you what they’ve been working on. I think you are in for a real treat! In case you didn’t know it, I have some pretty talented students! Mrs. Salazar and I have enjoyed listening to them sing the songs they have been learning! Please continue practicing your child’s poem with him/her. Most of the children have already memorized their poems and are doing GREAT! Thanks for your help!
The Kindergarten class will participate in Field Day, Friday, May 15th. They will have their field day team meetings next Monday & Wednesday to come up with a team name and to create a team flag. The children are looking forward to taking part in this special event. If you ordered a shirt for your child they will receive it ON FIELD DAY (the children will change shirts when they get to school). Please be sure to put sunscreen on your child before coming to school because if the weather allows we will be outside most of the day. If your child tends to burn easy, please send extra sunscreen in a baggie and they can reapply later in the day. Tennis shoes are recommended for field day. Thanks to all of you who have signed up to help out on Field Day! We are looking forward to a FUN day!
*5/8 Book Fair Shopping
*5/9 Art Show in the PLC 5:30-7 p.m./Book Fair
*5/11 I will be attending a meeting with Mrs. Floyd in Seymour on Monday. I will be leaving school late morning and will not be back in time for dismissal. If your child’s after school schedule changes, please be sure to call the school office so Mrs. Morales can let Mrs. Salazar know. This is also a NUT day for “flower sale participants.”
*5/13 NUT day for “Fast Track” donation (See Know News for details)
*5/15 Field Day (Out of uniform)
*5/17 Retirement mass for Mrs. Hildenbrand at 11:30 followed by a reception in the PLC. Please come join us to THANK Mrs. Hildenbrand for all of her hard work and dedication to St. Rose School. We will miss her dearly!
*5/20 MOVE UP DAY/Students will “move up” to their class for next year to meet Mrs. Adams and learn all about 1st grade. Kindergarten program at 6:30 p.m.
*5/21 8th Grade Graduation at 7:00 p.m. in the church. I’m sure the children would like to see their 8th grade buddies receive their “diplomas.”
*5/22 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL; HONOR’S DAY AT 12:30 & EARLY DISMISSAL AT 1:30; NO EXTENDED CARE.
*Please be sure students return their library books next week. They will NOT be checking out books next week.
THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
*A SPECIAL thanks to Mrs. Kirkendall, Mrs. Marten & Mrs. Roesener for another SUCCESSFUL dinner auction! Thanks to all who helped in any way! It was a fun evening!
*Thanks to Mrs. Tieken and all of my students for the SPECIAL cards they surprised me with to say THANK YOU! I LOVE THEM!
*Thanks to PRIDE for all of their appreciation and gifts this week! They sure know how to SPOIL us!
*Thanks to all who have signed up to help with the art show, book fair and field day!
*Thanks to all who have signed up to help with refreshments for the Kindergarten program!
*Thanks for all you continue to do! I’m very GRATEFUL for your appreciation and support!
5TH GRADE SERVICE PROJECT:
The 5th graders will be doing short presentations today that they’ve prepared for all classes on the Nepal earthquake. They will also be talking about humanitarianism, the Holy Spirit, and the Red Cross. The purpose is to encourage the SRS students to bring in monetary donations for the American Red Cross to assist those in need in Nepal. It’s been a current event topic the 5th grade class has been following closely. If you are able to contribute to this service project, please send cash donations in an envelope labeled 5th grade service project! Thank you!
CONGRATULATIONS TO PHOENIX! WE KNOW HE IS LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING HIS BROTHERS HOME FROM CHINA! WE ARE SO HAPPY FOR PHOENIX & HIS FAMILY! WE CAN’T WAIT TO MEET APOLLO & MADDOX! MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS YOUR FAMILY!
HAVE A WONDERFUL