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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Preschool - Mrs. Hieb

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Fundamentals for the week of January 22

Letter:  Qq

Number: 5, 15

Shape:  Star

Color:  Green

Sight words:  this, is, funny, five, green

We will also be following up Mr. Remaley's morning reminders about how to say the Pledge of Allegiance respectfully. 

We will be learning about how arctic animals stay warm when it is so, so cold!

 

NO SCHOOL on January 26th.

Be on the lookout for a midyear progress report to come home. Due to several absences, these might come home next week. (Can you believe we are on the downhill side of the school year??)

 

 
100 Day Party

Our 100th day of school is fast approaching, and the kids have been anticipating a 100 Day Party since the beginning of time (ok, the beginning of preschool). Since we already had a pajama day for our Christmas party, I told the kids that they could dress up as either superheroes or princesses for the 100th Day Celebration. I am tentatively planning the party for February 9th, unless we get a snow day that messes up our official count.

If any of you are needing volunteer hours to be filled in an almost painless way...I have 100 balloons that need blown up and tied with numbers in them, and 10 different little snack items (such as M & M's, Skittles, mini marshamallows, etc.). Let me know if you are interested!!  This is one of my favorite days of the year!

 

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Contact Me

Mrs. Jennifer Hieb

208-436-6320

jhieb@stnicholasrupert.org

Grade:  Preschool

Education:  Early Childhood program, College of Southern Idaho, 2002-2003

Favorite Quote:  "Choose the job you love, and you will never work a day in your life."  Confuscius

 

I have always been drawn to the energy and joy found in early childhood classrooms, and I got my start by teaching Sunday School at my church.  One day, when my oldest daughter was attending St. Nicholas, we were late for Mass. When I brought her in, the kids were singing "Awesome God." It was so moving it gave me chills. The next year I had the opportunity to be the aide in Preschool and I jumped at the chance. I love working at a school where Jesus is not only allowed, but he is welcomed eagerly.

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