*You may sign in at the Elementary office to bring your child to their lockers if you would like.
*Children who ride the bus will be escorted to and from the buses by a staff member. They will be expected to remain on the bus after the older children get off to wait for our staff member.
*If there is a change in your child’s regular routine, please call or send a note in their folder.
*Morning Preschool starts at 8:00 AM and ends at 11:00 AM.
*Afternoon Preschool starts at 12:00 PM and ends at 3:00 PM.
*If your child is unable to attend please call Amy Roehl at the
elementary office 320-982-7372
*Keep your child home if he/she has any of the following systems
diarrhea, vomiting, severe nasal congestion, sore throat, harsh cough, a fever of 100 degrees or higher within the last 24 hours or a contagious stage of any communicable disease.
*Parent/teacher communication is an important part of your child’s Preschool experience.
*Please be sure to check the contents of your child’s backpack each night so that you can find important notes, art projects, etc.
*We will have Parent/Teacher conferences two times – fall and spring. If you have question/concerns regarding your child, you please feel free to contact your classroom teacher by phone or email at any time of the school year.
What to Bring:
*Please label each item that your child brings to school ( backpack, coat, sweater, hat, mittens, boots, etc.).
*Dress: Your child may have Phy. Ed. when they come to school. Tennis shoes are required for gym. If your child wears other shoes to school, please be sure they have their gym shoes to change into.
Children go outside most days, so please dress your child appropriately.
In the winter, hat and mittens are needed every day. Snow pants and warm boots are important whenever there is snow on the ground.
*When your child is the "Wonderful Wolf" they will bring the Wonderful Wolf bag home the week before, inside you will find a sheet to fill out and they will be asked to bring in a special item from home along with their favorite book to share with the class.
* We are asking each family bring a snack during open house, or the first week of school. These will be used as a back up throughout the school year.
A “Grab and Go” bag breakfast is available at Preschool. Your child would eat in our classroom. Breakfast cost is $1.30. We need a one-time parent permission to have your child eat breakfast at school.
Minnesota Reading Corps:
This is a program that our preschoolers have access too. Each classroom has a tutor, reading corps member, to help support studentsí language and literacy skills in preparation for kindergarten. Tutors dedicate their time to provide embedded and explicit instruction to support the core curriculum throughout the daily routine and provide targeted small group and one-on-one support to children needing more intense supplemental instruction.
*Your child will have a purple “Star Bag”. Each day your child comes to school s/he will choose a book to borrow from our “library”. Please help your child to remember to keep the book in their Star Bag.
*Journal – There is a journal in your Star Bag. After you read with your child, you may journal together about what you read. The journal can look however you want –your child may draw pictures or write words with your help.
*Calendar – Each month you will get a reading calendar. There are tips/activities for each day. Color in the star when you complete an activity. At the end of the month, return the calendar. If you complete all the activities, your child will be entered into a drawing to win a book. There are also weekly QR stories available to scan - these are super fun for kids!
*Listed below are our various rules for Preschool. Please spend a few minutes talking with your child about the rules at school. We have picture cards around the room with our rules posted on them easy for the children to see and remember.
1.Walk with your feet Line Rules:
2.Keep hands to self *Line Up
3.Look with your eyes *Hands to self
4.Listen with your ears *Quiet Voices
5. Talk with an inside voice *Walk
Circle Time Rules: Playground Rules:
*Sit Criss Cross *Keep hands, feet & objects to self
*Eyes are watching *Rocks, snow, ice stays on ground
*Take turns talking *Take care of playground equipment
*Ears are listening *Stay inside fence
*Hands are still *Be safe
*Raise your hand
You can think like
Tucker Turtle at
home too by helping your child think of a solution..
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