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Fall Semester 2019

Making new friends, learning about our classrooms, letters and sounds, field trips and routines and procedures are all things we worked on during the fall semester! In Kindergarten, we love learning all about our new friends and classmates (and even our class pets)! Our All About Me PBL, helps us learn about letters in our names, […]

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100th Day of Kindergarten

100 days of learning, 100 days of friends and 100 days of FUN! On Friday, February 1st, we celebrated the 100th day of Kindergarten! We kicked off the day with a wonderful Morning Assembly where we counted to 100 by tens and ones! All day Kindergarteners participated in different types of 100 day activities! Students […]

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November Newsletter

It’s already November and we are welcoming back Mrs. Dunbar!! We loved having Ms. Boyer for the start of the school and she will be missed. Kinder classes will look forward to “cooking” in each classroom next week as we learn about Thanksgiving traditions and events.   November 2018 THES Kinder News 1+

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October Newsletter

October has been a great month so far! Holidays, a field trip and celebrations have made for a busy time! We all enjoyed getting to meet with each of you to talk about how your child is doing in Kindergarten. We have loved watching your child learn and grow!  Please read over the attached newsletter […]

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Chickens and Kindergarten

This year Kindergarten has been able to help take care of our fabulous Travis Heights chickens and coop. During the week each classroom has a day to help with the chickens. Kindergartners get to check the coop for eggs, open the coop so the chickens can roam during the day, feed and then put the […]

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Mrs. Armintor’s Class wants your CANS!

Kindergarten Can Collection This semester my two UT interns – Miss Natasha and Miss Kayla are doing a service learning project and we need your cans! Over the next two weeks, students will be learning all about recycling, counting and sorting! Please send us your empty and clean soda cans! 0

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