Le Bonjour Bulletin

October 14, 2016

At A Glance

Today the children ENJOYED "Vehicle Day," which ended our unit on Community Helpers. We were able to see a police car from West Columbia, an animal control car, a police truck from Lexington County Sheriff's Department, a fire truck from Lexington County Fire Department, and a tow truck from Wingard's Towing Co. Huge thanks to them all!


On Thursday, we had a visit from the Tooth Fairy. She reminded the children to brush well TWICE a day and to wiggle their teeth only at home with clean hands. She also gave each child a bag of goodies to help take care of his/her teeth. Thank you Tooth Fairy!


Writing Learning Targets for the Week:

* I can plan stories page by page.

* I can write a true story about something that has happened in my life


Reading Learning Targets for the Week:

* I can use the words then, and, and next when I retell a story.

* I can point to the exact word as I read


ELA Skills to Practice at Home:

-Review letters (upper and lowercase) Students should be able to say

the letter name and the sound that it makes.

-Rhyming words


Math Learning Target for the Week:

-Describe apples. (parts of an apple, life cycle, color, products)


Math/Science Skills to Practice at Home:

-Please remember that all math and science instruction and assessments are done in French.

-Count to 39 in French.

-Identify the daily weather in French.

Identify and describe 2D shapes.

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Parent Teacher Conferences

We are looking forward to Parent Conferences. Thursday, October 20th from 3-6pm and throughout the next few weeks during our lunch/planning (11:10-11:30) and at the end of the day (2:30-2:50). We also have time on Monday November 7th from 3:00-4:20. We will not be offering times on October 27th, as we need to set up for Parent Night. We hope to see you there!


Conference time is for parents and teachers only please, Here is the link to the site in case you need you update your time. We also added new times/days. http://signup.com/go/p9y4vj


We are also offering phone conferences. These will probably take place during our lunch/planning from 11:10-11:50 or at the end of the school day. We will e-mail with a date when we have finished doing face-to-face conferences; starting the week of October 31st. Merci for your patience as we try to schedule everyone!

Next week is Career Week

Important Career Week Items of Note:

1) Career posters due Tuesday, 10/18.

2) Career Character Parade--Students are encouraged to dress in the career outfit of their choice and we will parade. Wednesday, 10/19, from 8:30-8:50. Hope you can join us!


Classes that have the highest participation in the Career Character Parade will receive a Popsicle party!

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100 Mile Club

The 100 Mile Club began this week. It was a lot of fun! Your child can still join. The club will meet each Wednesday after school. The Kindergarten assistants walk our students to the gym. It ends at 3:30.


  • The students who attend Alphabest will be taken back to the cafeteria.
  • Car riders can be picked up in the car rider line in front of the school. As you face the school, enter on the right. Have your car tag visible.

Children who are interested in being a part of The 100 Mile Club should sign up using the link below. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to participate! Mrs. Gates, physical education teacher, will be the Midway 100 Mile Club coach. There is no cost to participate. Forms are available in the office for those without Internet.

Click here to fill out form

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Class Needs:

  • Clorox wipes
  • Colored Sharpies
  • Color Post Its

Related Arts de Mme Bermas

Monday: Music

Tuesday: PE (Wear Tennis Shoes)

Wednesday: Art

Thursday: Library (Return your book in the plastic bag before Thursday)

Friday: STEAM

Related Arts Mrs. Willie

Monday: PE (Wear Tennis Shoes)

Tuesday: STEAM

Wednesday: Library (Return your book in the plastic bag before Wednesday)

Thursday: Art

Friday: Music

Lexington County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries or complaints. The Chief Human Resources Officer handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title IX. Inquiries/complaints regarding Section 504 for elementary students go to the Coordinator of ESOL/RtI and for secondary students to the Director of Counseling and Advisement. The Mathematics Coordinator handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title II. Contact these people if you have questions regarding these issues at 100 Tarrar Springs Road, Lexington, SC 29072 and telephone number (803) 821-1000.