Lynne Antol, PreK 4

PK4 - items needed for the first day of school

1 - backpack

1 - durable 2-pocket folder (preferably plastic/vinyl)

1 – set of headphones for computer class (not ear buds)

1 – rest mat purchased at the school office

1 – adult small t-shirt to be used as a smock

1 – set of extra clothes in a gallon storage bag with child’s name

1 – container of disinfectant wipes

1 – roll of paper towels

Year End Surprise

        

Early dismissal gift

Thursday, June 19th is our last day of school. Please note that dismissal is at 11:30 a.m.

                                   

To Each Of Our Dads and Grandpas

June Happy Birthday

             Shannon!

and Happy Birthday to each of our summertime children...

                   Olivia, Hailey, Camren, Brandon

                      Emily, Kaegan and Matthew

 

June Lunches For The Poor

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal. If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else. Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches

June High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have, up, down, in, out, is, for, be, you, like, boy, girl, big, little, zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark

June focus

  ...almost

Religion ~ We Pray With Our Church Family

Phonics ~ Review letters Qq through Zz

Math ~ Numbers 1-30

Theme ~ Friendship, Father's Day

To Each of Our Moms and Grandmoms…

May Happy Birthday

                Dylan!

May Lunches For The Poor

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal. If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else. Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches.

May High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have, up, down, in, out, is, for, be, you, like, boy, girl, big, little, zero, one, two, three, four, five (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark

May Focus

Religion ~ We Honor Mary, Friends of Jesus Pray Together

Math ~ Addition and Subtraction

Phonics ~ review letters Xx-Zz, Letter Literature Aa-Pp

Theme ~ Mother's Day, weather, flowers

SIGN UP NOW!!

 for the MTRS Summer Camps...

~Princesses & Super Heroes (PK3-2nd grade)

~Floor Hockey (PK3-1st grade)

~Drama (students entering Kindergarten to 2nd grade)

~Water Fun (PK3-4th grade)

April Happy Birthdays

        Austin & Tyler

April Lunches For The Poor

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal. If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else. Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches

April High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have, up, down, in, out, is, for, be, you, like, boy, girl, big, little (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

April Focus

Religion ~ We Pray Every Day, Benjamin's Box, Resurrection eggs, Easter

Math ~ Data, Graphing and Probability

Phonics ~ review of letters Ff through Ww

Theme ~ Spring and new life

Caring for God’s Creatures

This is a picture of one of our children hanging a nesting material feeder for the birds and squirrels that we made in class.  Isn't Spring a great time of year?

COMING SOON!

to MTRS Summer Camps...

~Princesses & Super Heroes (PK3-2nd grade)

~Floor Hockey (PK3-1st grade)

~Drama (students entering Kindergarten to 2nd grade)

~Water Fun (PK3-4th grade)

More camp information to follow...keep an eye out for it !!!

March ~ Windsock fun!

March ~ Classmoms FYI

Dear Pre K 4 Parents,

Friday March 14th is Lucky Leprechaun.  Tickets are $50.00 if all 400 tickets are sold the winning will be $10,000.   If there are any parents who are interested in doing a "class ticket" please contact me and once we know number of parents who are interested we will divide the $50.00 ticket among those parents. If you win everyone gets a piece of the winning!! Please send me an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address); OR  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address),  Hurry tickets are going fast.

Spring Fling is next month, April 11.  Please make your donation for our class basket if you have not done so already.  Our theme is “car Kit”   anything related to cars for example, hose sprayer, tire/wheel brush,, sponges, window cleaner, windshield washer fluid, oil change gift certificate, gas gift card, etc.  The donations make the spring fling  successful for our school.

Lastly, we are still collecting Box Top...the box tops program has been very successful.  We want to keep the momentum going!  All box tops help our school buy import items needed, please send them in with your child.

Thank you if you have any questions please contact either Jill or me.

Jen Urena

PK4 Friends

                     

Shannon ~ Aryana ~ Ethan C. ~ Laila ~ Brandon ~ Dylan

Julianne ~ Emily ~ Kaegan ~ Payton ~ Skylar ~ Camren

   Olivia ~ Austin ~ Tyler ~ Matthew ~ Hailey ~ Ethan

March Happy Birthdays

        Ethan & Ethan

March Lunches For The Poor

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal. If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else. Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches.

March High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have, up, down, in, out, is, for, be, you, like (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

March Focus

Religion ~ Ash Wednesday, Lent, Psalms:David Teaches Us To Pray, St. Patrick, St. Joseph

Math ~ measurement

Phonics ~ Xx,Yy, Zz - review of Aa, Bb, Cc, Dd and Ee

Theme ~ Spring, new life, weather, Dr. Seuss

PK4 Friends

                      

Shannon ~ Aryana ~ Ethan C. ~ Laila ~ Brandon ~ Dylan

Julianne ~ Emily ~ Kaegan ~ Payton ~ Skylar ~ Camren

   Olivia ~ Austin ~ Tyler ~ Matthew ~ Hailey ~ Ethan

February Happy Birthdays

      Payton & Skylar

February Lunches For The Poor

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal. If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else. Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches

February High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have, up, down, in, out (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark

February Focus

Religion ~ Jesus Feeds Many People, Jesus Gives Us Special Food, Valentine's Day

Math ~ Money & Time

Phonics ~ Tt, Uu, Vv, Ww

Theme ~ Valentine's Day, Love, Healthy Teeth

January FYI

Be sure to check the HSC on the school web page for information about upcoming events at MTRS.

January Lunches For The Poor

      

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal.   If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that will feed the body and spirit of someone else.  Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches.

January High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we, an, am, has, to, have (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

January Focus

Religion ~ Jesus Belonged To A Family, We Belong To A Family, Jesus Has Many Friends, We Are Friends Of Jesus

Math ~ geometry & fractions

Phonics ~ letters Pp, Qq, Rr, Ss

Theme ~ winter, weather, snow

With our thanks

Miss Karen and I would like to express our heartfelt thanks for your generous gifts this Christmas season. We are truly blessed and privileged to have all of you as our school family. Our thanks also to Mrs. Urena and Mrs. Frohnhoefer for the wonderful party and craft the children got to enjoy! May your Christmas be wonderfully blessed.

December Lunch Donations

There were 28 lunches that the children in PK4 delivered to the office for pick up today!

December 17th

Tuesday...mark your calendar or set a cell phone reminder to send your child in with an extra lunch. The Barn For The Poorest Of The Poor would appreciate these donations. The students of MTRS have set a goal to collect at least 100 lunches to share with others this Christmas season.  Thank you for your generosity and may God bless you for your kindness for it is in giving that we receive.

December FYI

12th ~ Christmas Concert ~ Please meet us in the school cafeteria by 6:45 p.m.

Be sure to check the HSC on the school web page for information about upcoming events at MTRS.

December Lunches For The Poor

      

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal.   If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that can feed the body and spirit of someone else.  Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches.

December High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play, with, me, he, she, we (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

December Focus

Religion ~ Jesus Is Born, Celebrate Jesus' Birthday, Celebrate Christmas

Math ~ numbers 6-10

Phonics ~ letters Mm, Nn, Oo

Theme ~ Christmas, winter, weather

November FYI

If your child is buying lunch, please put the money in his/her folder, as this avoids confusion in the morning and allows for an accurate and timely lunch count.  Thank you

November Lunches For The Poor

     

Every Tuesday morning, a representative from the Barn Of The Poorest Of The Poor comes to our school to collect lunches donated by the students and their families.  These lunches are then distributed to those in communities who have little and appreciate the gift of a meal.   If you are able, please send your child in on Tuesdays with an additional lunch that can feed the body and spirit of someone else.  Thank you to those students and families who already send in lunches.

November High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said, A, a, go, can, play (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

November Birthday

       Julianne !

 

November Focus

Religion -  God Loves Us, We Love Others, Thanksgiving

Math - numbers 0-5

Phonics - letters Ii, Jj, Kk, Ll

Theme - autumn, leaves, giving thanks

October Welcome

to our new classmate Ethan!

Please Practice

Many of us need help with the proper grip on our pencils and crayons and also with using scissors.  Please practice these skills at home. Thank you.

October High Frequency Words

I, the, and, asked, said (plus the following punctuation marks: comma, period, exclamation point and question mark)

October Birthday

              Aryana!

October Focus

Religion ~ The Good Shepherd, We Are Kind, God Made The World,We Care For God's Creation and All Saints' Day

Math ~ patterns

Phonics ~ letters Dd, Ee, Ff, Gg and Hh

Theme ~ a new season, leaves, colors of Autumn, pumpkins, Halloween

Show & Tell Schedule

Monday - Shannon, Brandon, Aryana and Ethan C.

Tuesday - Skylar, Camren and Laila

Wednesday - Dylan, Austin, Julianne and Tyler

Thursday - Emily, Matthew, Kaegan and Ethan Z.

Friday - Payton, Olivia and Hailey

September-Our first day

Welcome to all of our families, both new and returning! Our first day was very busy with unpacking, learning where things belong and of course play.  I, along with Ms. Karen, look forward to working with your children and encouraging their growth socially, academically and spiritually.

Specials Schedule

Monday ~ GYM

Tuesday ~ LIBRARY & ART

Wednesday ~ SPANISH

Thursday ~ MUSIC

Friday ~ COMPUTERS
 

Who’s Who in PK4!

                  Shannon~Aryana~Ethan~Laila~Brandon~Dylan~

               ~Julianne~Emily~Kaegan~Payton~Skylar~Camren~

                     ~Olivia~Austin~Tyler~Matthew~Hailey~Ethan~

September Birthday

Happy Birthday to Laila!

September Focus

Religion: Mother Teresa, Grandparents' Day, prayers, Sign Of The Cross, making friends, Jesus Special Friends, We Are Friends, Jesus Welcomes The Children

Phonics: letters Aa, Bb and Cc

Math: numbers 0 through 10

Lynne Antol, PreK 4

As a Catholic educator I have taught children in P3 and P4 with four years in Kindergarten.  I currently hold a New Jersey K-8 teaching certificate, P3 certification, Wilson Reading Level 1 certification and am certified as a catechist. I have been a faculty member at MTRS since its inception.



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