Preschool Press

April 13-24, 2015

Butterflies, Warm Spring Days and Playing Outside

Welcome back! We hope everyone had a great spring break! We had a lot of fun during the week when we talked about the book Dog's Colorful Day. We liked mixing paint colors to create spots on our pictures of Dog. The children also liked playing "Doggie, Doggie Where's Your Bone?"
We're excited to be back to start talking about all the spring changes we see around us. We're eager to take the children outdoors more often to do most of our learning outside. Please continue to send them to school in appropriate weather clothing. We will attempt to go outside each day. Our theme for the next two weeks will be Spring. During the first week we will focus on the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. We will also welcome caterpillars to our classroom. We are eager to see them change to butterflies in the next few weeks. During the second week we will focus on flowers and how they grow. Weatehr will also be an additional part to our theme. We will emphasize sunny, windy, cloudy and rainy.

Kindergarten Round up

Kindergarten Round-Up will be held on Thursday, April 16, 2015 from 5pm-7pm.


On this evening you and your child will have the opportunity to meet the Kindergarten Teachers, tour a Kindergarten classroom, take a school bus ride and become more familiar with your child's home school as a fun and enriching Kindergarten year approaches.


*The state cut-off for kindergarten enrollment is August 1st. HSE Schools have an early entrance period for kindergarten from August 1st to September 1st. We are unable to accept any early kindergarten enrollments after September 1st.


To enroll your child, you must bring the documents listed in the e-mail attachment with this newsletter. Additionally, a list of required immunizations can be found on the HSE Health Services page. A chart of required immunizations for each grade level is available there.


*Many of the schools have early registration and will allow you to pick up an enrollment packet before 4/16 by showing all necessary documents (see e-mail attachment). Call your child's home school for further information.

Ms. Stephie's Speech Spot

Hello Speech Families and Happy Spring! I hope everyone had a fun and relaxing spring break...I know I sure enjoyed some much needed time to relax and spend time with my family. For the next two weeks we will be talking about all things Spring to welcome this highly anticipated season. We will be learning and talking about gardens including the different types of plants, animals, and insects that like to live and grow there. Other topics of interest include weather
( rain, wind, sun), springtime activities (visits to the park, riding bikes, flying kites, picnics, butterflies, bubbles, sidewalk chalk, and planting flowers) to name a few. We will spend some time outside watching clouds and going on scavenger hunts to find and see springtime treasures. We will read books, plant a pretend garden, sing songs, and play games and complete activities that allow us to follow directions, learn new vocabulary, match, associate, draw conclusions, and sequence information related to our theme. Be sure to read the weekly speech sheet in your child's daily folder for home activities to help generalize skills outside of the classroom setting. Go outside and play with your children.... have fun and enjoy this beautiful weather!

Fun Spring Activities

*Fishers Parks & Recreation’s spring Movies in the Park presented by XFINITY™ return Friday, April 17, and offer free entertainment for residents of all ages! Movies begin at sunset and take place at the Nickel Plate District amphitheater.

Arrive early to visit the XFINITY™ booth and stock up on movie snacks at the concession stand. The City of Fishers’ G.I.V.E. Committee will be selling candy, popcorn and soda during the show. This season features some of the newest and most exciting movies, including:

Maleficent – April 17
Gnomeo and Juliet – April 24
Planes – Fire and Rescue – May 1
The Boxtrolls – May 8
Dolphin Tale 2 – May 15
Earth to Echo – May 22
Big Hero 6 – May 29

Fishers Parks & Recreation strives to offer diverse, community-wide events that families of all ages and ability levels can enjoy. Movies in the Park presented by XFINTY™ now has closed captioning available for every movie. Invite your friends, call your neighbors and spend the evening enjoying a great movie in the Nickel Plate District. Don’t forget to share any photos from the movie series on our Facebook page, to us on Twitter @FishersParks , or tagging us on Instagram using #FishersMovies. Additional information about Movies in the Park can be found on the City of Fishers website .

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HSEHS Drama Club & Choir Department Present...

The Purdue Varsity Glee Club

Hamilton Southeastern High School Leonard Auditorium

13910 E. 126th Street, Fishers, Indiana 46037

Friday, April 24, 2015 @ 7:00 pm


Proceeds to benefit the HSE Drama Club, Choir Department and the Drama Club Scholarship. Make a donation directly to the Drama Club Scholarship Fund

http://www.gofundme.com/HSEDramaClub


Show Tickets: Adults $15.00 Students $10.00

(Doors open @ 6:30 pm, general admission/open seating)


Dinner Tickets: $10.00 Join the Glee Club for dinner @ 5:00 pm

(limitedseating/Famous Dave’s catering)

Ticket Order Form HSEHS-Purdue Varsity Glee Club Fundraiser Show


Any questions, please contact Cindy and Harry Straut

at strauthc@gmail.comor call 317-417-1850


*Hamilton Southeastern FFA - 2015 Spring Plant Sale

The Hamilton Southeastern FFA will once again be offering a great variety of bedding plants, hanging baskets and combination patio pots (at reasonable prices) for Mother’s Day and your spring gardening and outdoor decorating needs. Tomato plants and a few other vegetable plant varieties & herbs will be available for purchase as well. As in the past, the plant sale will be held on the east side at HSE High School Greenhouse - East of Olio Rd on 126th Street. The sale will begin: April 25 and will continue through May 9th. The plant sale hours are from 3 pm-6 pm throughout the week (M-F) and from 8 am-4 pm on Saturdays and from 11 am-2 pm on Sunday.


Stop by and check out our great selection and thank you for supporting the HSE FFA program! Go to our website for more information on flowers.

http://hamiltonsoutheasternffaboosters.weebly.com

Reminders

  • Fieldtrip Forms have been sent home for the Bus presentation at HSE Schools Transportation Department. All forms are due by Thursday, 4/30.

Hamilton Southeastern Schools Early Childhood Program

Teaching children with and without special needs, 3-5 years old.