Cox's Corner

The Official Newsletter for GTECC Families

November 2022 Edition

Principal's Post

This month we were lucky to have such beautiful weather to match the beautiful leaves! With the weather getting cooler please be sure your child is dressed appropriately for outdoor gross motor time. October was a fun filled month with our second annual Trunk or Treat. Thank you to all of the families that attended to make it a success. We also saw the creation of the Butterfly Waystation out front. We hope your enjoying its beauty. This month also focused on fire safety and we were lucky to have the Grenloch Fire Department come to the school to talk about fire prevention. Now with the start of November we are giving Thanks for those we love through our Friendsgiving activity that will be held next week. I wish you all a happy, healthy and wonderful Thanksgiving break with your family. Thank you as always for your continued partnership and support!

Mrs. Cox's Monthly Book Picks: November

Try this: November Activities


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Pumpkin Pie Scented Playdough

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Gratitude Leaf Garland

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Candy Corn Turkey- Classic Handprint Art for Thanksgiving

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Monthly Memories

Holiday Toy List Ideas

Dates at a Glance: November/December

Nov 22 Friendsgiving: Egan, Goss-Rust, White, Barbara, Otto, Millisky, Gerwald, Tistan

Nov 23- Early Dismissal @ 1:25

Nov 23- Friendsgiving: Walton, Paulsen, Hackney, Necowitz, Drewes, Mumbower/Leimberg, Kober, Kowal, Doak, DiGiovanni, Phillips

Nov 23- Grenloch Gardener Award 8:15 in Library

Nov 24-Nov 27 School Closed for Thanksgiving Break

Dec 1- Kick off the Holidays; Wear your favorite holiday shirt

Dec 5- Picture Retakes

Dec 7- HSC Meeting at 4:30 in GTECC Library

Dec 13- Early Dismissal @ 1:25

Dec 13- Parent Conferences for Preschool

Dec 16- School Wide Gingerbread Making Day

Dec 21- Grenloch Gardener Award 8:15 in Library

Dec 23- Early Dismissal @1:25

Dec 24-Jan 2- Winter Beak

Childhood is not a race to see how quickly a child can read, write, and count. Childhood is a small window of time to learn and develop at the pace which is right for each individual child.