Week of February 22 – 24

Dear Parents,

Last week, the EY2 children spent time meeting individually with their teachers to reflect on their learning so far this school year, and recorded their thinking on paper in preparation for our upcoming conferences. Students are expressing their strengths and goals as learners with drawings and writing, to be shared with you on SeeSaw next week. Please take a moment to talk with your child about their strengths and goals as they see them, and consider what strengths and goals you have in mind for them as well, as this will be the basis of our Parent-Teacher Conferences the week of March 8th – 12th.

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This year, conferences will take place via Zoom, and will be a Parent-Teacher Conference with student input, rather than the 3-way conference we normally have at this time of year. We will share an online sign-up sheet tomorrow afternoon, on which you can select a 20-minute appointment time slot.

Last week we also continued to explore the process of designing and making with various materials, while welcoming a new community member to EY2, our friend Pam! Please help to welcome her family to KIS!

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Important Dates:

Thursday February 25th: Professional Development Day – no school for students

Friday February 26th: Makha Bucha Day – holiday, school closed

March 8th – 12th: Parent-Teacher Conferences on Zoom

Reminders:

-Campus remains closed to parents, and therefore parents should leave promptly at drop-off and pick-up times. Please do not stay at school to observe your child in the classroom or on the playground in the morning.

-If arriving at school late, please remember to check in at the office, otherwise your child might be marked as absent.

-Please send extra masks in your child’s backpack, as they tend to get wet or dirty during the school day

-There is still time to send in metal objects for our construction projects, if you have not done so already!

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