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Week of December 2nd

Hello Parents: We hope everyone had an awesome Thanksgiving Break. We have a couple of exciting and busy weeks ahead! The children are all excited with the start of our Gingerbread Study! We are also participating in an awesome program (My Very Own Library…MVOL) where all the students at Ray School will receive 10 free […]

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Week of November 25th

Hello Parents: We had a very successful Jane Averill Community Reading day on Friday. We had community members along with our Alderman as guest readers. We read a wonderful story and each child received a hard cover copy of Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwell. We want to thank Kathy Soto (Sophia’s mom) for coming in […]

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Week of November 18th

Hello Parents: We want to thank everyone who came to Parent/Teacher conferences! We enjoyed meeting with everyone. We are going to do an abbreviated author study of Mo Willems. He has a fun collection of books that children will learn and laugh with. We will then transition into a month long Gingerbread Man study in […]

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Week of November 11th

Hello Parents: I hope everyone has gotten back into the swing of things! We have picked back up with our Fall study. The children have enjoyed exploring the pumpkins, gourds, and leaves. Please be sure to check out our new bulletin board outside our classroom! We have been busy investigating the properties of apples, pumpkins, […]

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Week of November 4th

Hello Parents: Welcome back! We are so happy to be back in the classroom with all of our awesome students! We missed everyone! This week we will move our focus to pumpkins and gourds. We will be learning about the life cycle of a pumpkin and fall changes (hopefully we will have a few days […]

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