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Welcome to Pre-K 5






E-mail: [email protected]



Week of 2/26/24


Wednesday, 2/28 - Early dismissal - 12 noon snack is NOT needed. NO EXTENDED CARE.


Friday, 3/1 - Reading challenge begins. Read everday! Color the "Bookworm" for each day.



Wednesday, 3/6 - WACKY WEDNESDAY. A day to be silly.  Wear silly clothes, silly hair, crazy hat and bring a joke to share!!!


Thursday, 3/7 - Lifetouch makeup picture day



Saturday, 3/16 - PTA Gala at Eagle Oaks Country Club


Wednesday, 3/27 - Early dismissal - 12 noon. Easter Party - information to come. NO EXTENDED CARE

Thursday, 3/28 - Sunday, 4/7 - Easter Break


Monday, 4/8 - Classes Resume





If your child stays for extended care he/she must have a DISPOSABLE snack in a paper bag labeled with their name.  This also includes a DISPOSABLE water. If your child does not stay regularly please send a note that morning letting me know they are staying and please take note of the new way of bringing snack.


We will be introducing the letter "Mm" this week with our Alpha friend Mimi Mouse. The children will recognize the letter and its sound as well as come up with a list of "Mm" words. Please review their letter books that have been sent home, as well as practice writing their first and last name.



Communication is very important to your child's success. Please feel free to contact me at the above email at any time if you have any questions or concerns.  I will not be able to get back to you until the end of the school day, which is after 3pm.




Please send in a lunch that you child is able to finish on their own.  Be sure to send their lunch with two napkins; we use one for a placemat and one is to be used when they finish their lunch.




We will go out for recess everyday unless it is too cold or raining. Please have your child dressed appropriately for the weather and always wear closed toe shoes.  If your children come to school with rain or snow boots they need to have shoes to change into for the day.


We are looking forward to a great year!!


Warm Regards,

Mrs. Borrino