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November News

November Newsletter

A Note From Our Principal 
We had so much fun last month engaging in Fall lessons, pumpkin themed activities, and classroom celebrations. We also loved seeing so many of you at our Fall Touch-A-Truck Festival! This month, we are focusing on gratitude, connecting with others, and sharing family traditions. Thank you for allowing us to teach and care for your children.

Sierra Boyce

Thanksgiving ActivitiesOur students will be celebrating Thanksgiving with fun classroom activities on November 22 & 23. More details to come via Links 2 Home.

Family Survey Reminder 
Our enrolled family survey launched in October. If you have not received the email, please let us know so we can request it be resent. The survey provides the opportunity for you to give us feedback anonymously on our strengths and areas we can work on. Survey closes November 18.

Cubby Refresh
As a reminder, please make sure to refresh the spare clothing in your child’s cubby. Take home anything that no longer fits and leave a spare set of well-fitting, weather-appropriate clothes.

American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month
November is American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month. It is a time to honor their culture, accomplishments, and contributions. When children acknowledge and appreciate diverse cultures, they are helping to build a community of belonging and inclusion. We will be celebrating in our classrooms by reading books with Native American characters, making a traditional meal, and exploring nature which is an important part of the Native American culture!

Important Dates:
November 1st&2nd – Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

November 8th – National STEM/STEAM Day

November 10 – Parent/Teacher Conferences (No School)

November 11 – Veteran’s Day (No School)

November 14 – November 18 – Young Readers Week! Celebrating Young Readers!

November 24 – Thanksgiving (No School)

November 25 – Thanksgiving (No School)

November 30 – End of Month Folders go home

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