… for your warm smiles, your encouragement, your words of wisdom!
We had our annual Mother’s Day Tea in kindergarten last Friday, May 11th, 2018. Both kindergarten classes, KA and KB, performed a special song and poem for their moms. The students did a fantastic job! We continued the celebration in our respective classrooms where we shared cookies and tea. We would like to thank all the moms who took the time to be part of this very special celebration with their children. Happy Mother’s Day!
We Celebrate with our Mothers
Friday we celebrated our annual Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea. The event began with a short performance by the students, followed with a tea party and gift giving.
On Friday, May 6, 2016 the two Kindergarten classes hosted a Mother’s Day Tea to honor their Mothers. Mothers’ enjoyed the recital of a poem, a special song dedicated to the Moms, tea with cookies, some lively conversation and finally snuggling up to read a good book. Students were very excited to share their school experience with their Moms!
Wishing all Moms a wonderful and blessed Mother’s Day!
Mothers Day Tea
On Thursday, May 7, 2015 the Kindergarten classes hosted a Mother’s Day Tea to honor their Mothers. Mothers’ enjoyed a musical presentation, recital of a poem, tea with cookies, some lively conversation and finally snuggling up to read books. Students enthusiastically shared their school experience with their Moms!
Creative student at work!
During Kindergarten Choice time, students can opt to create play-doh sculptures.
This budding artist included a significant amount of detail on his sculpture.
Kinder Fair a Success
The 4th Annual SCCS Kinder Fair was held on Wednesday, November 26th.
The evening started off with a rousing rendition by several Grade 3 students (Ms. Rivera’s class) of “Why I love SCCS” replete with dramatic delivery followed by all of the Grade 3 students performing a special arrangement of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.
The “stars” of the evening were the Kinder applicants themselves as they travelled to various stations exploring literacy, numeracy, gross motor skills and phonemics with SCCS early years staff and clinicians. When they had completed the rotation, the children gathered in the gym for play time while the adults settled in to learn more about the programming from the teachers and administration.
All families left with information packages about the school, and a welcome package for each Kinder-ready child present.
For more information about the SCCS Kindergarten program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org