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Welcome to Mrs. Tutor's Kindergarten!

Updated August 12, 2018


 

Reminders:

Check folders every night!  

Sign conduct calendar daily.

You can find our newsletter on this website.  Just click on the Newsletter tab in blue at the top on the page.

 

Snack: Don't forget your snack everyday.  Finger foods only- nothing that requires a spoon, fork, or has juice.  You may bring plain water.  We eat snack around 10:30 each morning. Place snacks in a Baggie labeled with your child's name or label the snack.  We have a working snack and only have time for the students to snack on ONE thing. 

Playground: I love flip-flops, but they don't work very well on the playground.  Please keep in mind that our playground is gravel and open toed shoes are very uncomfortable and hard to play in on gravel.  We have recess everyday at 10:45, weather permitting, please keep an eye on the daily temps as they change.  Some days may require jackets if it gets chilly.

Dismissal: Any changes in dismissal must be in writing.  If you need to change the way your child goes home, you must send a note in your child's folder.  If you need to change the way your child goes home during the school day, you must come to school and make the change in writing.  We cannot accept changes over the phone for the safety of the students.  


 

Announcements/ Events  

If your student is suppose to eat breakfast at school please remind them to go straight to the cafeteria as soon as they arrive at school.

 

 

Money for breakfast and lunch needs to be labeled and in the pouch inside the blue folder.

 

Please fill out and return all forms as soon as possible.

 

Students will need to bring a small snack from home each day.  Finger foods that do not need a fork or spoon and water.   

 

Class t-shirts are on sale.  Please send form and $6.00 by August 31, 2018.  We will wear these shirts on field trips and for other school events.

We will begin practicing our safety drills this month.  Please remind students how important it is to follow directions the first time.