April 2018 Newsletter

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A NOTE FROM MS. NANCY/MS. DEBI
This school year continues to be on a fast pace and doesn’t seem to be slowing down any. Please check the calendar for all that is going on for this month.

THANK YOU: We would like to thank each of you who have registered for the upcoming school year. We appreciate you entrusting your child with us for their education. You have helped make this a great school year. If you have not registered yet, please see Ms. Abbey for space availability in the classrooms. Thank you.

REMINDER: With the arrival of Spring, please make sure your child has the appropriate extra clothing in their cubbies. They should all have a change of clothes, socks and tennis shoes of some type for outside playtime.

REMINDER: We will be closed for Spring break the week of April 1st . In order to not be charged a late fee, please pay your monthly tuition on or before Friday, March 30th . The check can be post-dated for April 1 st if need be. Thank you for your help in this matter.

BIRTHDAYS
Joshua Burrow – 04/10
Cayden Kitchens – 04/17
Emelia Jones – 04/17
Abigail Moore – 04/26
Coach Casey – 04/29

APRIL 2018 NEWSLETTER

CALENDAR
April 1 st – Ninth Tuition Payment Due
April 2 nd – 6 th – Spring Break – School Closed
April 16 th – Graduation Photos/Class Photos
April 23 rd – 27 th – Kindergarten Student Testing

GEOGRAPHY BEE

Congratulations to all the students who participated in the Geography Bee. They all did an excellent job and some going above and beyond what was required of them! Thank you to students and parents. We had three levels of participation this year.

Winners for Level One –
learned three different colored states – Symarah Green and Shayhan Virani.
Winners for Level Two – learned all fifty states – Emelia Jones, Peyton Legaux, and Jae Wells.
Winners for Level Three – learned all fifty states plus the pink colored states and their capitals (9) Ryan Lalani, Zoha Lalani, Sawyer Montgomery, Arin Popatiya, Sydney Wallace, and Elijah White.

Two students who were unable to attend and did a mini geography bee were – Khloe Scott and Cristian Maxan. Way to go RSMA students!

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SPEECH NIGHT

If you did not make it to Speech night, you missed out on a wonderful evening. The Jr. Elementary students learned and recited a poem and the Sr. Elementary did speeches on people who made a difference in the world. Congratulations on a job well done.


TODDLER CLASS

We hope everybody has a nice break. We would like to thank the Smith family (Hudson) for bringing in chickens and the Bernard family (Alodie) for bringing in a horse for the children to feed and learn about. The children enjoyed both animals and being up close and able to use their senses of touch, sight, smell, and hearing. This month we will learn:
 Numbers
 The sounds “Xx”, “Oo”, and “Kk”.
We will learn about insects, flowers and birds.

PRIMARY CLASS A
Ms. Nancy/Ms. Roslyn
We will discuss Earth Day and Recycling.
We will discuss Arbor Day.
We will plant flower seeds and discuss plants, farming, and farm animals.
We will discuss the water cycle.

PRIMARY CLASS B
Ms. Lee/Ms. Ashley

We will be studying Easter and the meaning.
We will study gardening, planting plants and flowers and how they grow.
We will discuss caterpillars and butterfly life cycles.

JR. ELEMENTARY

We will be learning:
Science: Magnets and Magnetism
Geography: Antarctica
History: Inventors and Inventions


SR. ELEMENTARY

We will continue to learn about Forensic science.
We will discuss National garden month and what it means.
We will discuss Poetry.
We will celebrate Scrabble Day.
We will discuss William Shakespeare.

IN CLOSING

It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves that will make them successful human beings.