This Month’s Preschool Classes


Three Day Class

Dear Church Members,

Happy Holidays! This 5me of year flies by in general, but more specifically in school. Between celebra5ng Thanksgiving and Christmas we don’t have 5me for much else!

In addition to our focus on Christmas this month, we will also be teaching the students some Math concepts. We have a lesson on paherning, measurement and a lesson on graphing. We con5nue to learn how to recognize lehers as well as the sounds they make and practice writing them. We also do a special lesson using the book “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”. The students have an opportunity to make a very hungry caterpillar sock puppet and retell the story using their puppets. This year, this lesson will have special significance as Mr. Ehrhart brought in his caterpillars and buherflies and taught the kids the life cycle of a buherfly, how to care for them, and he even released them with the students.

We have a parent planned Christmas party and our Christmas break starts on Monday, December 24th and we come back to school the Friday aier the New Year!

I will be concluding our first round of tes5ng this month. Each student receives an individual report card and parents have an opportunity to sign up for a conference. Due to the shortness and busyness of the month we will not be going on a field trip until January.
Thanks for your continued support!


Patience Martin


Two Day Class

Dear Church Members,

There will be a lot of excitement in the 2’s class this month. We will be learning a few more lehers, “H”, “I”, and “J”. We will also be making a lot of crais pertaining to Christmas. Our field trip will be to the Red Lion Train Station to see the model trains. This is always an exciting trip for the kids with their eyes searching through every little crevice of the display. If you have never been there, I would highly suggest a visit. The Red Lion Model Railroaders do an amazing job with the display. We will also be having a special visitor to the classroom this month; the Big Guy all the way from the North Pole!!

I cannot believe that we will be saying goodbye to 2018 already, but we are all looking forward to the New Year. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


Tammy Rutzebeck