Feb 4th-8th

Posted on February 4, 2019

This week’s sight words to be reviewed each night:




Marvelous Monday: name writing worksheet and letter n worksheet

Terrific Tuesday: Who has more teeth worksheet and 13/14 worksheet

Wonderful Wednesday: not sight word worksheet and healthy teeth worksheet

*Library is tomorrow. Please return your book if you would like to borrow a new one.

Thoughtful Thursday: go sight word worksheet and oval/diamond worksheet

*Please wear sneakers for gym tomorrow.

*There is no show and tell tomorrow due to rescheduled First Friday Mass and gym class.

Fun Friday: Have an amazing weekend!


“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible!’ ” -Audrey Hepburn


February Newsletter

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Dear Parents and Guardians, 

February is here and promises to be full of great fun and learning! Some of the topics that will be covered this month will include dental hygiene and President’s Day. This month is also very special as we will be celebrating our 100th day of school and continuing our discussion on story elements with a very fun author study on Dr. Seuss. Most importantly, however we will continue to grow in our faith, as we deepen our knowledge on saints, specifically St. Valentine. By the end of the month, we should also be beginning our work on simple addition! 

As always, we will continue learning our numbers (2 each week), our letters and sounds (1 each week), and our sight words (2-3 each week). Please be sure to practice these very important words with your child daily. 

I truly cannot believe that the year is already half way over! It has been a great pleasure watching your little ones learn, play, and become more independent each day. Their continued growth makes me very proud to be their teacher.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. 


Ms. Aceste

Important Dates

February 1st – First Friday 9am Mass

February 5th- Home Academy Meeting 7:30pm/Winter Concert

February 15th – Professional Day: School Closed

February 17th-24th – Midwinter Recess: School Closed


We love SHCA

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Pre-K4 109 spent Catholic School week truly being super thankful for being able to attend a school we all love so much! 

On Monday our parents visited us and our crazy hair!

On Tuesday we wore our craziest hats!

One Wednesday, for Student Appreciation Day, we celebrated our class’ Catholic School Week theme of superheroes. We were able to attend superhero academy and become full blown superheros, complete with capes and all.  It was so much fun!

On Thursday we had a blast working together showing school spirit in our school colors and playing fun activities in the gym with Mr. Reynolds.

On Friday we engaged in Teacher Switch Day and were able to spend the first two periods of the day with one of our other amazing teachers in the building!

A memorable week was had by all! 

Jan 29th-Feb 2nd

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                                                                                          Catholic Schools Week 2019


This week’s sight words to be reviewed each night:



Marvelous Monday: name writing and letter M worksheet

*Tomorrow is wear a crazy hat day

Terrific Tuesday: 11-12 worksheet and “up”/”away” sight word worksheet.

*Tomorrow is wear your favorite sports team jersey day

Wonderful Wednesday – Counting superheros worksheet and Incredibles letter review worksheet.

*Tomorrow is school spirit day – wear our school colors (blue or yellow/gold) and wear sneakers for fun gym activities

*Library is tomorrow. Please bring in your book if you would like to borrow a new one

Thoughtful Thursday – sight word review coloring sheet and groundhog connect the dots worksheet.

*Please wear sneakers for gym tomorrow.

*Please bring in, draw, create, or print out something that begins with letter M or your favorite superhero for show and tell tomorrow.

*First Friday Mass will be rescheduled due to Teacher Switch Day tomorrow. 

Fun Friday – Have an amazing weekend!


“There is a superhero in all of us. We just need to find the courage to put on the cape.” -Superman



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