Preschool Weekly News | Jan 19

Please contact Principal Jessica Scanzon at [email protected] if you have any questions.

We hope you all enjoyed the extra day with your families.  Our classrooms got right back into their groove after the long weekend.  Our Pre-K classes had an amazing time at music where Mrs. Hairston has been focusing on composers.  Our Green Room classroom had a very nice visit with the Assisted Living on campus.  They were able to enjoy a story as well as sing fun songs together.

Rainbow Room – This week in Rainbow Room, Mrs. Bozick further explored the seasons, by investigating spring through water and rainbows!

Green Room – Mrs. Paulus’ class talked about patience as their fruit of the Spirit.  They also explored rainbows, how they are formed and their shape.

Red Room – Mrs. Mailyn talked about goodness.  They are also learning about the season of spring and focusing on why we need rain.

Yellow Room – Ms. Baek’s class is focusing on the letter “J” and the number 11.  The class is having some fun with snow.

Blue Room – Mrs. DeClercq is getting her classroom ready for their Science fair.  Blue Room is also learning about clouds, the different types as well as what comes out of different types of clouds.

Orange Room – Mrs. Lowe-Hale’s class is learning about the season of summer.  They are also learning about the letter “P” and the number 14.

Purple Room – Mrs. Green’s class is reviewing the letters and numbers they have learned so far.  They are also learning about the rain and the water cycle.

Re-Enrollment will begin next week on Wednesday, January 24.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the office.

Kindergarten Coffee – Thursday, January 25th, 2018 in the Elementary Library @ 8:30 a.m.

Wear Blue Day – Wednesday, January 31st, 2018


Reminder: There is no order deadline on Jan 22nd as previously published. The coordinator has jury duty and will not be available. The next order deadline for plastic cards will be Feb 5th. SCRIPNOW and Reloads are available anytime when paying with Presto Pay.

Coordinator needed: The SCRIP program will need a new coordinator starting next school year. It only requires a few hours each week (Monday and Thursday mornings when school is in session) and you receive a tuition discount. If you are interested please contact Val Scheevel at [email protected] to begin training as soon as possible.

Stay Informed: Important information or changes about the SCRIP program will be posted on the King’s SCRIP Facebook page and also in the Parent Post. Please be sure to check the SCRIP Facebook page often, and read the Parent Post each week. The SCRIP section at contains detailed information about how the SCRIP program works.

Scholastic Information – I will be submitting orders that I have received this Friday, January 19th.  The next round of orders will be submitted on Wednesday, January 31st.  Thank you to those that have submitted orders.  We were already able buy some new books because of your purchases.  I will be sending out February order forms the last week of January, so be on the lookout for some new books!

How to order online:

  1. Sign in.
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  1. Connect or our school.
    Enter in our Class Code RR6BM

Or return the paper order form to me with a check payable to Scholastic Book Clubs.  Books ship FREE directly to our school.  Plus every order helps our school earn FREE books!