Preschool News | 1-15-2021

Please contact Principal Ruby Jain at rjain@kingsschools.org if you have any questions.

Happy New Year! As we continue this year energized after our break, we are excited to see some wonderful new student faces on our campus! It gives us joy to see the new friendships forming and seeing all of our students settling back into their daily routines.

This week our students continue to explore themes around winter and weather through crafts, books, and sensory bins. In art class, our art teacher Mrs. Blanchard is reading “The Snowy Day” by Ezra Jack Keats to our students and they are painting a snowy scene using shaving cream as “snow.” The students are enjoying exploring the texture of a new art medium and discussing their own experiences with snow. In music class, another specialty class, Ms. Grey continues to explore movement, rhythm, and music-related vocabulary. Our students look forward to her arrival in their classrooms once a week and teachers value seeing each student explore their own creative exploration through music.

We look forward to watching each student grow and learn as this new year progresses.
May God bless each of you,

The King’s Preschool Family

 Dates to Remember –
Monday, January 18th – School is Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
Wednesday, January 27th – Wear Blue Day

Scholastic Information
Scholastic orders are due Wednesday, January 27th!  If you have any questions about ordering, please contact KPSinfo@kingsschool.org.

How to order online:

  1. Sign in.

Have an account? Scholastic.com/bookclubs
New to Book Clubs? Scholastic.com/newparent

  1. Connect to our school.

Enter in our Class Code: XL6LM

Or return the paper order form to me with a check payable to Scholastic Book Clubs.  NO CASH PLEASE.  Books ship FREE directly to our school.  Plus, every order helps our school earn FREE books!

Or return the paper order form to me with a check payable to Scholastic Book Clubs.  NO CASH PLEASE.  Books ship FREE directly to our school.  Plus, every order helps our school earn FREE books!