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Pre-K Full Day

Teacher: Joan McDonald-Smith


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Notes from Miss Joan
    Open House for Parents and students will be on Friday, September 5th at 8:30am. At that time, you will receive the class folder with information needed to start the school year. We will go over procedures and policies during that time and you will meet other parents with their children.
    Our first day of class is Monday, September 8th!
    If you have any questions, please contact me by email using the link provided above, a note in the class folder, or contact the school office at 610-933-2453. 
Dates to keep in mind:
Thursday, September 4- New Parent Breakfast in Gym 9:00am
Friday, September 5- Pre-Kindergarten (8:30 am) & Kindergarten (9:00 am) Open Houses
Monday, September 8- All Grades Report -First Day for Kindergarten & Pre-K 
Wednesday, September 10- Fall Festival Begins!
Sunday, September 14- Last Day of Fall Festival
Thursday, September 18- Back–To–School Night/H&S Meeting – 6:30 pm – Gym
Friday, September 26- Ice Cream Social – 6:00 pm Gym
Friday, September 26- Fall Pictures




 Gym- Mondays

 Music- Tuesdays

 Spanish- Thursdays

 Library- Fridays

About Pre-K                     


My Shooting Stars class is a full day program from 8:20 am to 2:50 pm. In the afternoons, we have reinforcement lessons from the morning, crafts, computer, educational games and once a week we will go to the gym for hand and eye coordination games.

For the Shooting Stars, we have Religion, Art, alphabet lessons, Math, Music (with Mrs. Springer and also during our day), Yoga and low impact aerobics, Center time filled with many activities, Snack, and Circle time. Our Circle time involves books, book discussions, phonetics, short games, and songs. In addition to that, the Shooting Stars have Physical Education lessons (with Mrs. Harkins), Spanish (with Sra. Bracha), Library,  and Science. Our Science program is quite extensive and provides more than basic concepts. We learn much about plants, the human body, winter-themed concepts such as static electricity, matter, and how to use microscopes.

Parents receive a weekly newsletter as well as a class monthly calendar. Pictures are constantly added to our Snapfish album  of classroom activities.