Pre-K News:

Along with this newsletter, you will find:

  • Tonight’s home activity
  • The number formation poem sheet. (Can be used when practicing writing numbers with your children.)

This week’s letter study is the letter “Qq” for Queenie Queen.

This week our class will learn about the city.  Our topic this week is “The Busy, Busy city!   We will read stories about what it is like to live in the city and how people get around there. Our read-aloud this week is a tale from AESOP titled “The City mouse, and the Country Mouse.”  Ask your child to tell you what happens to the country mouse when she visits the city, and what happens to the city mouse when she visits the country. You can help your child learn more by talking to them about the things that they are doing in school, and the letters, words, and numbers they have learned.

 ASK? What did you learn about the city? What do you think it would be like to ride the subway? What are some other ways people get around in the city?

Home Activities:

Home activities for the week of January 28, 2023

Monday Night Activity: Queen of hearts cutting activity 

Tuesday Night ActivityLetter “Qq” search and Practice 

Wednesday Night Activity: City Poster

Thursday Night Activity:  Have a safe weekend

Parents, please consider coming in and sharing an activity or craft, from your family cultural survey. So far we have had 2 families volunteer.

  A reminder that all COVID practices will be observed

      Looking Ahead:

February 14, 2023-  Valentine Exchange & February Birthday  Celebration

Feb 20, 2023- No School/ Presidents Day

Feb 28, 2023– 3rd Parent Event/ Online 6:00 pm

March 13-17-Spring break

April 7-10 Easter Break

Thank You*Mucha Gracias!!!

Thank you to Madilynn and her family for donating scissors, and Crayons to our classroom.  Your kindness and generosity is very much appreciated.

Thank you to all the families who continue donating items to our classroom.  Your kindness and generosity are very much appreciated.


  • If your child is absent, a written or electronic excuse must be provided to the school upon their arrival.
  •  If you arrive later than 8:30 am you will be considered tardy and be required to obtain a tardy slip from Ms. Eufemia at the McCurdy Ministry Office.
  • On inclement weather days, if a 2 hr. delay is called for McCurdy Charter School, then there will be a 2-hour delay for Pre-K as well unless it is a Friday, then Pre-K is canceled.
  • Furthermore, if school is canceled at the Charter for weather reasons, we will cancel as well.  Inclement weather days will be announced on your local TV stations KOB 4, KOAT 7, and KRQE 13                                   

  The home is the child’s first school, the parent is the child’s first teacher.”  

Former First Lady of The United states Barbara Bush