Kindergarten Newsletter

Week 5

Important Reminders:

Field Day

Field Day will be held on Friday, October 9. If you would like to volunteer, please follow the link below to sign up. All help will be greatly appreciated!

PTA Spirit Night

Our next PTA Spirit Night will be at Pluckers on Monday, September 28 from 5:00-10:00 pm. Make sure to mention that you are there for Wells so that the PTA will get credit for your meal!

Book Buddies

By opening a book YOU can open a new world for a child and foster the love of reading for a lifetime!

Wells PTA is looking for volunteers to read aloud books to small groups of 1st and 2nd grade students. Book Buddies meet every Wednesday from 12:45 to 1:45. Please sign up and volunteer to fit your schedule; one time, once every two weeks, once a month or EVERY WEEK! You do not have to have a 1st or 2nd grader at Wells. ANYONE can volunteer! A Book Buddy can be a parent, grandparent, high school student or community member.

In order to be a Book Buddy, fill out the volunteer application on the PISD website or just click on the link below. It takes about a week to be approved.

Then click on the SignUpGenius link below to choose your date and time to volunteer!

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Library Volunteers

Calling all volunteers! We are in need of more help during kindergarten library time. If you are available on your child's library day, please sign up to help! Ms. H-L would really appreciate it :)
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A Note from the Kindergarten Coordinators

Want more information on class parties? Field trips? Want to volunteer in the library? Please send your name, child’s name, teacher’s name and e-mail address to, to be added to our Wells Kindergarten PTA list. Be on the lookout for emails from us throughout the year regarding parties, volunteer opportunities, and more!

Thanks from your PTA Kindergarten Coordinators,

Amy Porter and Carrie Beaird

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Learning Targets

Language Arts: I can identify rhyming words, recognize and write the letters M and A, and write or dictate a story about a picture that I drew.

Math: I can use counting strategies, count forwards and backwards from 0-10 with objects, and compare quantities and numerals up to 10.

Science: I can ask questions, use tools and materials safely, and make observations.