Preschool Press


Nursery Rhymes

We all had a great time during our Friendship Party! Also thank you to everyone who sent in hearts show your child's acts of kindness at home. We shared them as a group and posted them on our large hearts in our classroom.

During the next two weeks we will be discussing nursery rhymes. We will focus on the nursery rhymes "Humpty Dumpty", "The Queen of Hearts", "The Itsy Bitsy Spider, "1, 2 Buckle My Shoe", "I'm a Little Teapot", and "Hickory Dickory Doc." As we participate in activities about nursery rhymes we will also focus on rhyming. Do the words sound alike? Rhyming helps children understand language-it's rhythm and the sounds within words.

Have a great two weeks!

Ms. Stephie's Speech Spot

Hello Speech Families! These next two weeks in preschool we will be talking about Nursery Rhymes and Fairy Tales. Nursery Rhymes will include Humpty Dumpty, The Itsy, Bitsy Spider, The Queen of Hearts, and the Three Little Pigs. We will practice rhyming words through matching, hearing, saying, sequencing, patterning, and playing. Activities will include games, art projects, singing and both visual and auditory input. Practice rhyming with your children by reading these stories and poems together each day. We will weave a spider web using yarn and rhyming pictures to encourage cooperative learning. We will also "break" open plastic eggs with objects hidden inside and then take turns finding the matching rhyming word picture. We will match spiders to their webs using rhyming words and sequence the three little pigs. We will also get some oral motor practice to strengthen our mouth muscles for improved speech by blowing pictures of straw, stick and brick houses to see which goes the furthest then graph and tally to practice counting and quantity concepts. Lots of fun activities to look forward to...have fun rhyming and learning about spiders, piggies, queens, and eggs. :-)


  • Dear HSE Families,

    The HSE Special Education Administration would like to invite you to the 2015 Special Education Parent Information Meeting on Feb 25th from 6:00-8:00 at the FOCUS program building. The FOCUS program building is attached to the south side of the HSE Freshman Center (by the tennis courts): 12001 Olio Road Fishers, IN 46037.

    Please click on the link below to read about the break-out sessions offered and sign up for two different sessions. Sign up early! These sessions will fill quickly. If you have any questions about the sessions or sign-up, please contact Beth Shepperd at:

    The sign-up window will be closed at 5pm on February 20th.

    We look forward to seeing you on February 25th!

    Thank you,

    Tom Bell, Director of Special Education

    Dr. Barb Walters, Assistant Director of Special Education

    Beth Shepperd, Interim Assistant Director of Special Education

  • Fishers Parks & Recreation offers nature and recreation camps that focus on education, outdoors and fun! This summer, campers can choose between 16 different nature and recreation summer camps, each focusing on different themes, activities and games.

    As you browse the summer camp brochure, be on the lookout for brand new camps coming this summer and camps that are back by popular demand!

    We would love for your child to join us for a summer of fun. Your child is welcome to attend one camp, or as many camps as they would like! An emergency contact form must be completed for all children registering for a camp. See the Quick Links box to find the appropriate emergency contact form for your child's camp. If registering online, please bring this form with you on the first day of camp. Registration begins Monday, March 2nd for the upcoming summer, and can be completed one of three ways:
  • Register Online - Create an account and/or verify your log in information before registration day. Sometimes this process can take a few days, so we recommend obtaining your log in and password as soon as possible.
  • In person at 11565 Brooks School Road anytime Monday-Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Via the US Mail

Camp Offerings
  • Well-rounded camp experience focused on a variety of physical, mental, and social learning opportunities.
  • Unique, themed camp each week including sports, water, outdoor exploration, nature, art, crafts, science, pottery, and other interests.
  • T-shirt per registered camp, to be worn each day of camp.
  • Engagement in age-appropriate activities and crafts daily.
  • Outstanding counselor-to-camper ratios.
  • Procedures to ensure camper's safety, including medical forms on-site and photo identification requirements for sign-out.

*Friday, 5/29 is a Snow Day Make-Up Day. Your child can come to school that day. You should have received a Skylert. If you have any questions please let Becky know.

Whooo Can You Call?

Becky Lee (Community Classroom Teacher)-594-4140
Beth Shepperd (Early Childhood Coordinator)-594-4100