Welcome to Mrs. Pugliese's Kindergarten Class!

Week of: June 5, 2017

It was a great start to the beginning of the school year from September - December, and I'm looking forward to more enjoyment and more learning at SEAS. It is going to be awesome to watch their continued growth from now until the last day of school with respect, responsibility, and reverence (which is quickly approaching).

We have a great program at our school titled, Ambassadors of Christ. These are children who are followers of Jesus Christ and of his ways.

June's Ambassador is Harper Albanese 

In October, we recognized Emma Doherty;
in November, we recognized Connell Faver;
in December, we recognized Hailey Albanese;
in January, we recognized Nicholas Gelish;
in February, we recognized Julianna Fiumano;
in March, we recognized Anthony Rugen;
in April, we recognized Bella Clinton;
in May, we recognized Dominick Ciano.
Congratulations to all!

In addition to our monthly ambassador, we also have a  
Star of the Week in our classroom.

All of our students have been Stars of the Week! They completed a poster that tells about themselves and brought in a toy for Show and Tell to share with the class. Congrats to all! Keep up the good work.

Pentecost Sunday was this past Sunday. It occurred 50 days after Easter Sunday. This is a very special time in the Bible when the disciples and other Christians received the Holy Spirit. How marvelous!

On Friday, after weeks of observing our caterpillars, and watching them grow into chrysalises, we let our five beautiful butterflies free! The process was awesome, and we tracked it from the beginning in our observation journals. It was such a wondrous sight for the children to watch the process and to watch them fly out of their habitat and into nature!

The children performed beautifully at hosting the June Mass for our school community last Thursday. I am so proud of them. Now, we have moved onto practice for our end of the year Kindergarten celebration. We will be reviewing prayers and songs, and getting ready for the big day!

Every morning, we are enjoying our morning meeting where we discuss today's date, the weather, the number of days in school, and practice Fundations. Students announce the letter sounds and stories, recite sight words, numbers, colors, and shapes. We have a productive review session! 
The students will continue in reading (Unit 9 - Growing Up) and math (Chapter 11 - Composing and Decomposing numbers greater than 10) and a lot of fun end of the year projects and activities as we get closer to our last day celebration. The fun will continue as we cruise throughout the rest of the year together...

Specials Schedule:

Monday - Art
Tuesday - Music
*Wednesday - Gym 
Thursday - Spanish
Friday - Computer

*Wear gym uniforms and sneakers every Wednesday.

*Nightly homework consists of a math sheet, writing in the Fundations journal, and reading the assigned book in the book bag. Please complete the reading log and report (that will be distributed each Monday) and hand in by Wednesday of each week. On Wednesday, you will then receive a reader and be expected to read for fluency an assigned story, with no written work attached to that.

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