GRADE LEVEL PARENT MEETINGS – Ms. Giles, Head of School, will begin meeting with parents by grade level on Monday, January 28, according to the following schedule. All meetings will take place from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m. in the Library. This is an opportunity for an informal exchange of ideas and information, and we look forward to seeing you there!
ü Nursery/Pre-Kindergarten - Monday, January 28,
ü Kindergarten, Tuesday, January 29
ü Grade 1, Wednesday, January 30
ü Grade 2, Thursday, January 31
ü Grade 3, Friday, February 1
ü Grade 4, Monday, February 4
ü Grade 5, Tuesday, February 5
ü Grade 6, Wednesday, February 6
ü Grade 7, Thursday, February 7
ü Grade 8, Friday, February 8
ü Grades 9 and 10, Monday, February 11
ü Grades 11 and 12, Tuesday, February 12
100th DAY OF SCHOOL AGENDA
The Lower Elementary (grades Nursery, Pre-Kinder, Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2) will be celebrating the 100th Day of School this coming Wednesday, January 30th.
Our younger Nursery and Pre-Kinder students have an array of activities planned within their classrooms.
Grades K-2 will participate in joint activities with the following schedule:
7:55-8:00 Tape colored wristband on students’ wrists (for multi-grade grouping).
8:00- 8:10a.m. Meet in the cement area that is between 1st and 2nd grade. Divide students into groups. Each teacher will take their group back to their room and begin their activity.
8:10 – 8:30 a.m. First Center
8:30 Students return to their homerooms.
8:30 – 10:10 a.m. Classes, snack and recess as normal.
10:10 -11:35 Centers:
K Lego Building,
1-A Grain Art,
2-B Scavenger Hunt
11:35-11:45 Students return to homerooms and pack–up. Early dismissal this day!
DISCOVERY SCHOOL DRAMA PRESENTS:
SHAKESPEARE CAN FIX THAT!
a comedy by Mr. Fenn.
Opening night – Friday, March 1st, 7:00 pm.
Saturday matinee on March 2nd, 1:00pm.
Two college student janitors are stuck in a therapy group meeting and one of them, a reader of Shakespeare, ends up being the facilitator because the real group leader is running late. The therapy group is a room full nuts: one believes she is a CIA operative, another makes bodily noises, then there’s the hypochondriac and the narcoleptic, and the sarcastic girl, and finally, the one who cries over everything. Of course, a comedy wouldn’t be complete without an exploding toilet.
Prime (1st 5 rows) – 120, adult, 80, student.
General – 100, adult, 70 stu. Back (cement steps) – 80 adult, 50 student.