What's New in C2?

April 26-29

Patriot day FUN!

Learning in C2

Literacy: We have enjoyed celebrating National Poetry Month in April. We have learned about figurative language elements and various types of poetry. We will continue this learning into May.


Math: We are wrapping up measurement, time, and money. We would like to encourage learners to continue practicing basic addition and subtraction facts on a daily basis. Your child's ability to instantly recall basic facts will support him or her as more complex operations are encountered in years to come.


Project Work Conversation Starters: Use the following questions to learn more about your child's project work.


  • What is the focus of your project?
  • Why is your project important?
  • What have you accomplished this week during project time?
  • What has gone well this week during project time?
  • What has not gone well this week during project time, and what are your ideas for improving it?


Encourage your child to search for answers to questions and to record them. Often times learners bring in things they've done at home and are able to help further the experience and project in class.

May Lunch Menu

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PRS Lead Learner Appreciation Week (May 2-May 6)

Monday, May 2:
We LOVE our PRS staff! Learners wear red to show their love for Lead Learners.
PTSA will provide a popcorn bar with all the fixings from 9-11.

Tuesday, May 3:
It's a "special" day for the "special" ists! This is your chance to show the specialists how special they are! The Leaders in this category include: lunchroom staff, custodians, office administration, nurse, counselors, media specialist, and ESL lead learner. We are asking Communities 2 and 5 to provide a special treat to the lunchroom and custodial staff; communities K, 3, 7 and 8 will provide a special treat for our office staff, nurse, and communities 1, 4, 6, ESL, counselors, and media specialist.

Wednesday, May 4:
Dedicate a book! Learners will bring a community level appropriate book to donate to their communities. Let's share the love of reading!

Thursday, May 5:
Words from the heart! Learners will write a letter or draw a picture telling their Lead Learner and aides just how much they appreciate them or have been inspired by them!
Hospitality Committee will provide a luncheon and small token of appreciation for all PRS staff!

Friday, May 6:
Bring your Lead Learner school supplies! Bring your Lead Learner something they can use in the community or buy something from your Lead Learner’s wish list!

Alexander Family

Davis Family

Field Day
Making chocolate and s'mores ice cream in a ball. Investigating food and restaurants can be very delicious!

Franklop Family

Housley Family

Steindorff Family

Important Dates

May 2-6: PRS Lead Learner Appreciation Week

May 18: Mrs. Steindorff's Birthday

May 23: C2's "Last Week Luau"

May 26: Last Day of School

Last Week Luau

Don't forget to mark your calendars!


For the luau, we will have six stations, and each class will rotate through each station:

  • Musical Beach Towels
  • Beach Float Relay
  • Limbo
  • Coconut Over-Under Relay
  • Beach Ball Parachute
  • Snack


If you can help by sending an item for these stations, please sign up using the link below. If the item is not consumable, write your name on it, and we will see that it is returned to you after our celebration.


We need a few parent volunteers to run the stations. These parents will set up a station at 9:00 and run it from 9:30 to 11:00 as each class rotates through. If you can help with this, please sign up using the link below. All the materials for the station will be provided. A Lead Learner will help you with the set-up and explain how to run the station. All you have to do is show up!


At 11:00, the entire community will participate in a fun relay, and we ask a parent volunteer from each class to help with this. If you are able to help with this, please sign up using the link below. Your Lead Learner will explain how you will help at the beginning of the relay at 11:00. (The details of the relay will remain a secret until that time. Volunteers' feet may get wet.)


The picnic will last from 11:30 to 12:15, and we invite all parents to attend! A form will come home soon for you to indicate whether your child will purchase a lunch from school or bring his or her lunch from home.

Wish Lists

Due to the nature of our learning, our students go through a lot of supplies. We happily order and buy supplies regularly, but these are some of the most frequently needed items. *We are grateful to receive items, but it is in no way expected.*


Miss Alexander’s Family

Mrs. Davis’ Family

Mrs. Franklin’s Family

  • Color Expo Markers

  • Lysol Disinfectant Spray

  • Monopoly Jr., Scrabble Jr.,Machi Koro, Boggle, Bananagrams, Math Dice Jr.,Legos, Books :)

Mrs. Housley’s Family

  • Clorox wipes


Mrs. Steindorff’s Family


Miss Waldrop’s Family

  • Clear page protectors

  • Lysol Disinfectant Spray
  • Whiteboard Erasers
  • Expo Markers
  • Books! :)