Debbie Flanagan, PreK 3
SPIRIT WEEK- May 18-22
Monday- School Spirit Dress Down Day
Thursday- Move Up Day- students will be spending some time in prek4 classroom; Spring Concert- Children should arrive at school at 6:45. They will be dismissed after their song.
Friday- FundRun- All children are invited to participate. 12:00 dismissal; no aftercare
Our letters this month- Ss, Tt, Uu, Vv, Ww, Xx
It was great seeing all the smiling faces upon returning from Easter Break!
We have been able to play again outside now that it is becoming warmer. The children love to play on the playground and to observe signs of Spring.
Our letters this month: Pp, Qq, Rr
We will be participating with the entire school on Earth Day. We will turn off our lights and electronics in the morning, make a bird feeder, plant plants, clean up the school, and sing a song at the assembly. The children can dress in play clothes that may get dirty during our activities.
We began the month by having a lot of fun celebrating Dr. Seuss's birthday. We made " The Cat in the Hat" head bands, tasted green eggs and ham, decorated our doors and hallway, and listened to many books!
Our themes this month are Weather, St. Patrick's Day, and Community Helpers.
We will complete many activities to help us learn the letters Ll, Mm, Nn, Oo, and Pp.
We welcome our new friend Gianna to our class!
On Thursday, Feb. 12th, the children may bring in Valentine cards for their classmates. Please do not send in any products containing nuts.
Julian, Colin, William, Dylan, Natalie, Ella,
Cate, Lilah, Olivia, Lorelei, Sophia, Eva,
This month we will be working on the letters Hh, Ii, Jj, and Kk. Our themes are Friendship, Valentine's Day, Animals in Winter, and Dental Health.
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
Catholic Schools Week begins this Sunday with 11:00. Mass at Holy Family. All students are encouraged to attend wearing their school uniform. After the Mass, the school will be having an Open House from 12:00-2:00p.m. If you know any family that may have an interest in sending their child to MTRS, please inform them about the Open House.
Tuesday we will be visiting the Book Fair during our library time.
Happy New Year!
We have many exciting things planned for this month. We will complete several winter activities. We will paint winter scenes and snowmen, make bird feeders, decorate mittens, learn finger plays and songs about winter, and make home made play dough.
We have begun identifying our letters. Each week we practice a new letter and complete many activities to help use recognize the letter. For each letter we make a few crafts that begin with the letter we are working on.
A- astronaut, alligator, apple
B- bear, basket, boat
C- Christmas, caterpillar
D- dinosaur, dog
E- eagle, elephant
F- frog, fish, fox
We have learned so much. We enjoy listening to stories, playing in the sand box, building with blocks, stringing beads, painting, playing with balls, puzzles, making things with play dough, practice writing on the white board, playing in the kitchen, puppets, dolls, cars, and singing songs and acting out our movement activities.
19th- no school
23rd- dress down day "Dress up"; danceathon
25th- 11a.m. Catholic Schools Week Mass at Holy Family; 12-2p.m. Open House
27th- Book Fair
This month our themes are: seasons, fall harvest, family, and Thanksgiving. Some of the skills we are focusing on are: tearing, cutting, gluing, holding a pencil correctly, tracing lines, identifying names, counting to 30, identifying numbers 0-5, identifying the beginning, middle, and ending of a story, saying the Our Father and Hail Mary Prayer.
We have finished our first reading theme " Good Morning, Good Night" and have begun our second theme "What's the Weather". Our faith focus in Religion is that God knows and loves each one of us by name, God created the world, and God created people to share in his love.
Some of our favorite activities are: playing in the sand box, playing with play dough, painting, singing, dancing, putting on puppet shows, and playing inside and outside.
* Nov. 21st- Crazy Hair Day
* Nov. 26th- 11:50 dismissal, no aftercare
* Nov. 27th & 28th- no school
* If you are planning on ordering books from Scholastic, the order forms are due Nov. 19th
We will be learning many new things this month. Our themes are leaves, fire safety, shapes, pumpkins, and Halloween. We have begun working in both our Religion and Reading books. We will continue learning new songs, new movement activities, making crafts, exploring, and having a lot of fun this month.
- 3rd- Grandparents' Tea- all children may attend school; dismissal is at 11:50
- 13- Columbus Day- no school
- 23rd & 24th- conferences
Ella ~ Colin ~ Cate ~ Olivia ~ Lorelei ~ Sophia ~ Eva ~ Whitney ~ Dylan ~ Natalie ~ Julian ~ Cathryn ~ William ~ Lilah
WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL !
Welcome to PreK3!
PreK School uniform
Mother Teresa Regional School t-shirt
Mother Teresa Regional School shorts
Mother Teresa Regional School sweatshirt & sweatpants
*all clothing must be purchased from Flynn & O'Hara uniform store or taking from the school uniform swap
*children may wear uniform t-shirt with either shorts or sweatpants
*children can only take off sweatshirt if uniform t-shirt is worn underneath
Special Class Schedule
**Please remember to check the school's HSN each Wednesday for important dates and school happenings.
I look forward to an exciting year!
The following is a typical schedule of our day.
The following is a list our our themes throughout the school year.
Mrs. Flanagan, PreK3
I will be teaching prek3 this year. This is my seventh year at Mother Teresa Regional School. Prior to teaching at Mother Teresa Regional School, I taught at Saint Agnes School for sixteen years. I have teaching experience in grades kindergarten - third grade. I look forward to another great school year.