It's an exciting time to be at Sea Crest. There are several big events on the horizon and the school is abuzz in anticipation. The students have been busily preparing for their upcoming performance in the
school musical. We are so very proud of their efforts and courage and look forward to next week's rehearsals and shows. Break a leg!
Last week, we sent home a note with a few tips and tricks for making a
leprechaun trap. We wanted to send this home early so you and your child would have plenty of time to set to work!
On Thursday, March 16th, the students will bring in their traps, explain how they work to their classmates and set them up before they leave for the day. We'll see if we catch anything for St. Patrick's Day! In addition to the trap, please also send your child to school with a potato, for a special St. Patrick's Day math activity.
We are also just around the corner from
Parent-Teacher Conferences on March 23rd in the afternoon and March 24th all day. Conferences are our opportunity to have a chat about your child's
Kindergarten experience and partner together to support your child's journey.
Please see below for conference sign-up information.
We've been working on our class auction project! Here's a sneak peek before the auction!
The trout eggs were delivered today! The children were thrilled to welcome them and are eager to provide a healthy and welcoming environment.
Ask your child about the game Top It or Compare! (Same game, two names!)
We've been working on adding spaces between our words!
Costume Requirements: The Kindergarten students are cast as
whimsical animals. Your child is asked to wear a
brightly colored shirt and pants or dress and leggings with
a contrasting brightly colored pair of sneakers (Converse, Vans, etc.) on the evening of the performance.
Children may choose which color to wear but
please avoid neutral colors, such as black, brown, gray, white or tan. Other costume items will be provided by the school.
Musical Performances:Thursday, March 9th - Friday, March 10th, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m., Kohrs Family Center. Kindergarten performers should arrive at the Theatre by 6:30 p.m.
Volunteers Needed: We are currently looking for volunteers to help break down the stage after Friday night's performance.If you are available, please contact Michelle Giacotto. We would greatly appreciate it!
Ask Your Child About
Talking with your child is the best way to support classroom learning. The following questions can help you get started.
Our trout eggs - What have you noticed?
Reader's Workshop - Which book has been your favorite this week? What strategies have you used?
Rehearsing for the musical -
How are you feeling about performing?
If you've got these items around the house, please bring them in!
Worn out button-down shirts (adult-sized) to use as smocks for painting