Bonjour Bulletin

May 20, 2016

At a Glance

Thank you for a terrific week of pledges and donations for the Boosterthon Fun Run! The students have enjoyed the team huddles and learned a lot about the character traits- teamwork, humility, endurance, confidence, curiosity, and practice. The Boosterthon team has acted out and read stories with us each day. What a special treat!

We have been reading nonfiction books about animals that live in and around the pond. We have learned some interesting facts.

  • Snakes seem to be a favorite reptile to research. They swim side to side in the water.
  • Ducks can lay up to 200 eggs a year.
  • Polliwog is another name for tadpole.

Field Trip to Sesquicentennial Park

Next Wednesday, May 25th, is our field trip to Sesquicentennial State Park. Here are some things to make our day go smoothly. Please bring your child to school on time. We have procedures to complete. We leave between 8:15 and 8:30am and will return by 1:30pm.

  1. Please apply sunscreen and bug repellant at home before your child comes to school. We are not allowed to put it on.

  2. Please pack a paper bag lunch with your child’s name on it. Everything will be thrown away. No lunch boxes, containers, or water bottles will be brought back on the bus.

  3. Please wear tennis shoes and socks—no sandals or Crocs. Please wear jeans or long capri pants as we will be trekking in the woods. Label all belongings (lunch, jackets, etc).

We ask that your child wear the Kindergarten Chicka Chicka Boom Boom shirt; if not, then a Midway shirt for identification. Our class chaperones are our homeroom moms. We are looking forward to a great trip!

Kindergarten Program For Our Book Buddies

Save the Date

You are cordially invited to attend the Kindergarten Program for our Book Buddies.

When- Thursday, May 26 at 1:30 pm

Where- Midway Cafeteria

Why- To Thank our Book Buddies,

The kindergarten children will be singing a few songs

End of the Year Party

The class party is Wednesday, June 1st from 9:00–10:30 am. Dismissal is at 11:00 am. All parent volunteers are welcome. Look for supplies needed via an e-mail from the Volunteer Spot. All kindergarten parents have been asked to wait and sign in until 8:50 am, due to 5th grade graduation. For the class party, no younger siblings please. This is a time to celebrate your kindergarten student and spend time with them.

Pratiquez en français!!

Animaux qui pondent les oeufs Animals that Lay Eggs

le papillon (pah-pea-yon) butterfly

la grenouille (greh-new-yuh) frog
la tortue (tour-two) turtle
le crocodile (crow-ko-deal) crocodile

la poule (pool) chicken

le pingouin (pain-guin) penguin
le poisson (pwa-sewn) fish
le serpent (sair-pawnt) snake
le dinosaure (di-no-zaur) dinosaur

Lexington County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability or age in admission to, access to, treatment in or employment in its programs and activities. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries or complaints. The Chief Human Resources Officer handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title IX. Inquiries/complaints regarding Section 504 for elementary students go to the Coordinator of ESOL/RtI and for secondary students to the Director of Counseling and Advisement. The Mathematics Coordinator handles inquiries/complaints regarding Title II. Contact these people if you have questions regarding these issues at 100 Tarrar Springs Road, Lexington, SC 29072 and telephone number (803) 821-1000.