The Knight Times
December 13, 2019
A Note from Ms. Coyle
A Note from Mrs. Peacock
As a reminder - we will go outside so long as the temperature is 20* and above. Please send your student with a warm jacket, gloves and hat. If you need assistance with any of these items, please don't hesitate to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Have a great weekend!
Literacy Corner with Mrs. H. Lawson
Tips on Supporting Reading during the Holiday Season
Creating opportunities for reading at every corner is a great way to nurture a joy of
reading. Here are some tips on supporting literacy at home and in the community during
the holiday season:
- Make holiday or winter reading a tradition. Read from the same book each year,
or give a new holiday book each year.
- Make at least one gift a book, even if it didn’t make the wish list.
- Have your children read holiday cards aloud.
- Make homemade holiday cards with your children and have them write
personalized messages in each card.
- If you enjoy making holiday treats, then have your children read the recipes while
you bake together.
- Write your own winter books with your children and read them aloud to the
In the Community:
- Donate used or new books to local literacy programs and charities.
- Make a gift donation to help support literacy programs in your area.
- Sign up to volunteer. Become a reading tutor as your new year’s resolution!
- Participate in local literacy events at libraries and with local charities.
Download the Boxtops for Education App to earn cash for our school!
- Facebook Live Read Aloud 7:30 pm
- Pajama Day
- Last Day of School before Winter Break
December 23 - January 6
- NO SCHOOL - Winter Break
- Students Return
- Report cards emailed home
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