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Pre-K – Mrs Aron’s Class

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                                                              Mrs. Aron                      Mrs. Clara

 

 

 

On behalf of my self Mrs. Aron and my teacher’s assistant, Mrs. Clara, we would like to welcome you all to our class web site. We hope that your children have a safe and wonderful year in our class.

Welcome and thank you for visiting! We look forward to working with you and your child on the journey in becoming life-long learners. I will be updating this page weekly. If you need to reach me or have a question, please send an email or give me a call.

School Office Number: 718-843-0914

My Email: varanova@stelizabethca.org 

  • You can also connect with our class on the Remind app:
    https://www.remind.com/join/8644c66
  • Enter this number  81010 text @8644c66 use your child’s name. 

Scholastic Web: Please add your child to the class.

Supply List! 

 

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1        Plastic Folder: For daily reminders and notices. Please check the folder every day.  

1        School bag: Normal Size that will fit a folder (No wheels please.)

2       Change of clothes (t-shirt, pants, underwear, and socks): Please put these items in a Zip lock bag with their name on it.          

Pullups and wips in a ziplock bag if your child needs them       

 

*ECERS (Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale)
This is a program quality assessment instrument used by preschools as a guide to improve our program and its overall quality. ECERS states that children should be outside daily for at least 20 minutes. Under the DOE rules, we will be outside if it is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. The only time they don’t go out is if there are weather alerts such as frost bite warnings, high winds, or active precipitation. Children should be dressed appropriately.

 

Newsletters: 

November 2020, December news letter 2020

Monthly Calendar

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December  2020

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Google meet:

9:00 am and at 2:00pm

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School Reopens

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12:00 

Dismissal 

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Holiday Spirit Week

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Festive Accessories 

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Ugly Sweater Day/ No After School

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Dress in Red or Green

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Polar Express/ Pajama Day

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Holiday Party/ Dress Festive 

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20 Winter Break Starts 21

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Happy 2021  

Mrs. Aron’s and Mrs. Clara’s

 

 

 

Family/ School Connection

Posted on October 10, 2019

 

 

 

Family Connection /Road Map

75x52cm City Traffic Road Map Play Playing Game Mat Interactive Educational Toy with Dice for Kids Children Birthday, Floor Games - Amazon Canada

 

Dear parents/ guardians,

For our new theme, we will be exploring “Roads.”  We would like for the students to use different materials to create a simple road map that shows how the student get to school each day. Please send it to school by Wednesday, January 13th, 2021 We will have a discussion in class of the different materials used and how they get to school.

 

 

Next Theme: Roads

Posted on September 29, 2019

Roads

Recovering energy from traffic: positive energy roads - Smart City Lab

Why Investigate Roads?

Roads are all around us.  Roads take us to school, to the store, and to visit family and friends.  When riding in vehicles, children gaze out of the windows and watch the world go by.  They delight in pointing out features on the road that for adults are simple part of the landscape: light poles, reflector bumps, overpasses, and bridges.  In the classroom, roads become a key feature in the block area, where children push toy cars from one building to another.  Outdoors, children ride trikes along paths they call “roads,” which often include traffic signs and police officers.  

A study of roads encourages children to explore a topic familiar to them as they learn to gather information., solve problems, imagine, and think symbolically.  In this study, children will explore different types of roads, how rods help us, how roads are made and repaired, how we can make a road, and how to be safe on the road.

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