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Teacher: Mrs. Samantha Mills


Aide: Mrs. Nancy Beard



We also have two sweaters left behind with no names on them. One Small and one extra small… if you are missing your child’s sweater please let us know. Also please write your child’s name in their sweaters for the winter time, we never know how the temperature inside the room will be 🙂

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Shaving Cream (cheap)



Items on this list are things that the class could use but are not in the budget. St. Stanislaus School is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. Any donations of items on this list are tax deductible.

Today in Pre-K

Week of

 March 18-22



Well, we didn’t catch any leprechauns but ask your child what we did find in our classroom today!


The children enjoyed counting, sorting, and making patterns with colorful cubes and they also made a prayer book using their “Seeds”.


Vera Viper is a very nice snake.  We read about her and her friend Victor in our AlphaTales “V” story.  We also used MatMan and play dough to make the letter “V”.  Can you think of some words at home that begin with the letter “V”?


Happy Spring!  We read stories about spring today, searched for signs of spring outside, painted, and designed pictures of beautiful spring flowers in a vase (made from the letter “V”).

Thank you for all your generous donations to the Food Pantry.



After reading the story A Tree For All Seasons, the children made drawings of winter trees which were waking up and growing leaf buds for spring.


“Seeds” helped us think about the ways things grow.  We discussed what plants, trees, flowers, animals, and people need to help them grow.  Thank you, God, for providing all of Creation with what is needed. The children are bringing home sequencing cards that show how birds and frogs grow.  Enjoy using them at home.


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