Welcome to Kindergarten!


Mrs. Allison Brooks – kindergarten teacher

Mrs. Rosalina Cardenas – kindergarten aide

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2023-2024 Room Parents


December 5, 2023

Hello Parents!
I realized my layout looked differently on my laptop than it does on your cellphones. I have changed the design. I am sorry they were so hard to read.

Things to know:
Martha’s Place Stockings
Our Student Council, ICRS students, and Sacred Hearts in LaConner are partnering together to spread Christmas Cheer to the residents of Martha’s Place. Last week, students colored Christmas pictures and cut snowflakes for the resident’s apartments. This week, we will be making paper chains and meeting with our Mass Buddy Classes to create prayers and name tags for stockings.

If students or families would like to donate small items for stockings you are welcomed, but not obligated. This is only if your student would like to add something, such as a candy cane, a note of encouragement, an ornament, hard candy, fun pen, etc. Items that you may already have at home. Please bring items by next Friday, Dec 15.
Thank you, ICRS StuCo

WOW, parents! I am impressed. WE READ 785 BOOKS IN NOVEMBER! A total of 1,304 books! WAY TO GO! The kids were so excited to cheer for each other. If you still need to turn your RHC in, you can. Practicing HFW and reading their paper books count, too! Put a checkmark next to a book if you read it again!

12/6 or 8 Family homework projects due.
I put two different dates, whoops.
12/8 Book orders due
12/15 Martha Place donations are due.
12/19 Christmas Program at 7 PM
12/20 Jesus’s Birthday party 9:45-11
-School Assembly @ 11:15
-Noon dismissal
Things we’re learning:
Math: Constructing Shapes
Literacy: Working on reading short a CVC: bag, cat, had
High-frequency words: all, are, have Review: the, of, you, was
Book: The Bear Snores On
Writing: Labeling. Labeling characters and a setting
Handwriting w/o Tears: numbers
Religion: God’s Love Makes Me Who I Am
Top 20 SEL- The Frame. We are learning there are different ways to look at a situation. People can see things differently, and that’s ok!
PBIS: Values of Care and Compassion. Students are active people of faith who live out gospel values of care and compassion in school and their community.
Have a wonderful week.
Allison Brook