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Kindergarten February Newsletter

Kindergarteners are officially 100 days smarter!!! This month we celebrated 100 days of school at our lower grades assembly and in our classrooms! We had a card exchange for Valentine’s Day and will be getting ready to start our next PBL (more information to come!!!)!     kindergarten – February newsletter 2018

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Happy Happy New Year! Hello 2018!

A warm welcome back as we start off the new year! We hope everyone had a wonderful Winter Break and are ready to come back! Over the break we enjoyed spending time with family, resting and the light snowfall on New Year’s Eve. January will be packed with tons of learning and remembering our classroom […]

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November Newsletter

Gobble, gobble, gobble November is going to be such an exciting month for Kindergarten! Comparing past, present and future while we learn about celebrating upcoming holidays, customs and traditions! Thank you to everyone that helped make our Travis Heights Fall Carnival a huge success! kindergarten – november newsletter 2017    

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Fall Carnival Volunteers Needed!!!!!

On Friday, October 27th, Travis Heights Elementary will be having our annual Fall Carnival! The Kinder Team has selected 3 booths to sponsor and we need volunteers to help with our booths. We have chosen the Duck Pond, Nail Painting and End of the Rainbow. Please sign up for a time and help us make […]

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Kindergarten October Newsletter

September went by so quickly and we have all done a great job adjusting to our schedule and getting used to our classroom rules and procedures. Along with weekly visits to the Computer Lab, students began using Chrome Books in our classrooms. Students will be working on both Math {DreamBox} and Language Art {iStation} skills. […]

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Our Travis Heights Neighborhood PBL Update

We are still working hard on our project about our Travis Heights neighborhood! Students have written interview questions and are walking to their locations with parent volunteers to interview the people that work there. Students have visited Fire Station #6, Torchy’s Tacos, McDonald’s, Amy’s Ice Cream and Big Stacy Pool.           […]

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