April Newsletter

Out like a lamb…

Here we go, we are in the home run. These last two months are going to fly by. If you haven’t already, feel free to stop by the office and ask about our S.T.E.M. Summer Camp. 


Spring has sprung. Now that the weather is getting warmer, we will be going back outside every day unless it is raining. Please make sure to send jackets for your students. You may want to send a pair of play shoes also; the playground can be muddy sometimes. I am currently working on spring assessments, which means parent teacher conferences are just around the corner. They will be held on May 2nd & 3rd. 

What we are Learning:

·       We are now learning numbers 16-20

·       Patterns

·       Still working on beginning sounds

·       Rhyming words

·       Tracing/writing letters

At Home:

Here are some things you can do at home…

·        Sort toys by color, shape, or size

·        Drawing numbers, letters, or names outside with chalk

·        Count how many flowers they see

·        Say what letter an object begins with

·        Count how many times they can hop on one foot

·        Try walking a line backwards


Ms. Melanie

Mr. James




March newsletter 102




Ms. Julia/Ms. Quay

Classroom News!

We are engaging in lots of different things in the classroom! Ms. Julia has been presenting activities for children in different ways for them to learn and have fun! Ms. Quay has been getting projects ready for St. Patrick’s Day and spring art work!



Doughnuts with dudes March 14th

Engenē- March 18th

St. Patrick’s Day March 17th



Please check child’s folder for information that is sent from the office and teachers.

Please send extra clothes& shoes as accidents do happen but not just for soiling themselves but from paint, mud or water.



As the weather changes please dress children accordingly. We go outside if its 25 degrees or higher!!!

March-In like a Lion!

Happy March everyone! We are moving right along. These next few months are going to feel like they are flying by. The 2018-2019 school year is almost over. We are going to be busy bees in the coming weeks.


Please remember to send your student’s folder back with them each day! This is how I make sure papers get home for you to see. If your student has lost their folder, please let me know, so I can replace it. Unfortunately, Mrs. Rachel will not be returning. She is going to be staying home with her sweet little baby. We are going to miss her, but we do have a new teacher who will be starting in a few weeks! Mr. James is coming to use from Fort Wayne Community, and has a master’s degree in psychology.

What we are Learning:

·       We are now learning numbers 11-15.

·       Patterns

·       Still working on beginning sounds.

·       Rhyming words

·       Tracing/writing letters.

At Home:

Here are some things you can do at home…

·        Count how many items are in your cart

·        Fun Learning Apps

·        Find toys that start with a certain letter

·        See how many words you can rhyme

·         Sensory Bins (Sand, rice, beans, etc. in a bowl. Put items in for them to play with; spoons, measuring cups, spatulas, toys, etc.)

February Newsletter

We are moving right along! We are still working with the children on classroom expectations/rules. We will be introducing new materials to the children to challenge their minds! We also will be sending assessments home later in the month to update parents on where your child is and what they still need to work on. Let’s all work together on building your child’s future!!


Feb. 7 Skye

Feb. 14 Valentines Day Party. We have 10 boys, 9 girls, 2 teachers and a grandma!

Feb. 27 Wear Red for Montessori/Share my Seat 10am-11:30am

Feb. 25- March 2: Montessori Education Week


Please Check book bags and folders for important papers. Also, we will be sending home work home with you child on Friday’s. Homework needs to be completed and turned in by Tuesday!!

We do not go outside if the temperature is 25 degrees or lower. If it is 26 degrees or higher we will go out for a short time. Please dress your child with a coat, hat, gloves, scarf, and boots.

104 News





Ms.Quay & Ms.Stephany

This month:

We will be working with your child one on one to see what he or she knows so we can meet there academic needs as well as find your child’s learning style. Some children learn hands on, some by listening and using visuals. We want to make their environment meet all of those learning style needs!

Field Trips

Sept.12-We are going to the Zoo!

Sept.18th- We are going to the apple orchard!

Sept.28th3p-5p Back to School Night!

No Birthdays to celebrate this month!

Family Photos/ Reminder!!!

Please send up to 3 family photos with your child. We will be creating a family tree in our classroom!

Please send back folders daily and please clean them out!!

We send your child’s blanket home every Friday to be cleaned! Please return with them on Monday!!

Please send in extra clothes with your child accidents will happen!!!!

Welcome to Room 103!

 Dear Family,

 We are very excited to begin the 2018-2019 year with your child!  This year we will be learning shapes, colors, numbers, letters, science, and so much more! Throughout the year we are going to be discovering new things in our classroom and outside in our community. We will be taking field trips throughout the year to give your child more hands on experiences.

We cannot wait to get to know your child, as well as getting to know you. Parents are the child’s first teachers and play an important role in the success of their education. We hope to have a lot of opportunities for family involvement in and outside of the classroom. Be sure to check your child’s take home folder for important information coming from our classroom or the school. This is also a great tool for you to be able to send notes to school.

 You can contact us through:

·         Email

·         Phone (260) 423-4333 (8 – 8:30 or 3:30 – 4)

·         Take home folders

·         In person before school (8 – 8:30) or after school (3:30 – 4)

Thank you for entrusting us with your child and their education. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.


Mrs. Rachel and Ms. Melanie