Short Weekly Update…


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 10, 2018


Popcorn Words:  had, bad.

Math:  We worked on teen numbers.  The Kindergartners loved making a teen bracelet.  They added 10 white beads to make a group of ten and then added more colorful beads to make teen numbers.  It was fun to hear them say their teen number sentences as they learned while making these bracelets!

Writers Workshop:  This week we wrote 2 small moment stories.  We wrote a story about getting ready for lunch and another about free choice.  The Kindergartners are gradually doing more and more of the writing on their own.  I am so proud of them!!  This is a hard type of writing for these little ones.  

Readers Workshop:  We worked on our reading super powers this week.  Practicing our skills we have learned throughout our unit on reading strategies that make us super readers.

Outstanding:  Congratulations to Alaina!  She got an Outstanding award from Mrs. Reagan.  She shows the qualities of Being Nice, Working Hard and Learning Well!!  

100’s Day Celebration:  With our snow day we did not have our 100 day celebration.  We will have this celebration on Monday, February. 12.  I can’t wait to have a Marvelous Monday celebration 100 days of learning!!

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Feb. 12…100 Day Celebration!  Bring 100 Collections to school.  GYM, Bring Take Home Book.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 13…MUSIC, Valentines Class Party 1:50-3:00 p.m., NO TAKE HOME BOOKS.
  • Wednesday, Feb. 14…ART, LIBRARY, Homework Due-Math only.
  • Thursday, Feb. 15…STEAM.  Mrs. Stutz out of classroom in the afternoon. 
  • Friday, Feb. 16…GYM, Bring Take Home Book.
  • Friday, Feb. 23…Archer’s B-Day!
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Jet’s Pizza night!!!


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 7, 2018


Calling all pizza lovers!!!

Tomorrow is our school Jet’s Pizza night, Thursday, February 8.  

If you order a Jet’s pizza tomorrow night be sure to give your child’s classroom teachers name.  If our classroom has the most orders placed then we could win a classroom pizza party!!  

So, if your hungry for some pizza or would like a night off from cooking….order Jet’s Pizza and tell them Mrs. Stutz’s classroom!!

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Weekly Update


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 4, 2018

1/29 – 2/2

Popcorn Words this week:  with, big.

Wonderful Winter Centers:  On Monday we had a blast exploring our Wonderful Winter Centers!  Thank you for the volunteers who helped make these centers possible.  The Kindergartners loved making snow, designing an igoo, creating a clothesline to hang mittens and making a shovel for snow!  


Math:  This week we continued to explore finding partners that make a new number.  Also, adding and subtracting number sentences.  The Kindergartners worked hard on identifying the teen number that goes with a teen number sentence as well.  For example 11= 10+1.


Writers Workshop:  This week we continued to explore writing a small moment story.  The Kindergartners practiced with using an editing checklist to make sure they have tried their best to be superstar writers.  Items they checked for were:  Finger spaces between words, starting sentences with uppercase letters, using the word wall to spell words correctly, labeling pictures and writing neatly.  The Kindergartners LOVED getting their own pen to help edit a piece of writing together.  This week we also worked hard on writing a story about having snack in our classroom and lining up to go outside.  The Kindergartners are really coming along as writers!!

Readers Workshop:  As readers this week we explored all the super powers we use as super readers!!  The Kindergartners practiced on using all of their super powers as they read.  Never giving up, even it is hard to figure out a word!  We also looked at those hard working vowels.  Finding vowels in our morning message, our names and soooo many words.  We talked about how these vowels can change sound and that we need to remember to use our super powers to figure out tricky vowels and words.  It has been so great to see the Kindergartners progress as readers!  With our Take Home Book program I can really tell the Kindergartners are becoming amazing word explorers and diving into using decoding strategies.  Keep up the hard work!!

Groundhogs Day and 5th grade buddies:  It was fun to talk about the legend of the Groundhog with the Kinders!  We made a predictions as to whether he would see his shadow or not.  We tuned in to the ABC News and watched Puxsutawney Phil come out and make his reveal.  Our class discovered that yes, he did see his shadow and that we would have 6 more weeks of winter.  The Kindergartners loved their easy reader Groundhogs Day book.  We also loved making our own Groundhog puppets with our 5th grade buddies.  Mrs. Stutz also shared a yummy birthday treat, chocolate pudding with a groundhog (teddy graham).  We also loved spending time with our 5th grade buddies!  

Superstar Students:  We have started a new Superstar student activity!  Our Kinders are all getting a turn to bring home our Mystery Box.  They get to place a mystery item inside the box, write 3 clues and then bring it back in for their friends to guess.  We have had so much fun with this activity!!  The Kinders are really using their guessing skills and putting together the clues to guess what the Mystery item may be.  Thanks for helping your Kinder with this activity!  

Valentines Party:  Plans for our class Valentine Party are underway!  Our class party will be Tuesday, February 13, 1:50-3:00 p.m.  Remember, only the volunteers will be allowed at this party.  We have a max. of 8 volunteers for this party.  Thank you for your understanding with this change.  

Valentines:  Feel free to send these in whenever they are finished!  We will start passing them out soon little by little!  

Take Home Books:  Thank you to the volunteers for helping with our Take Home Book program!  Our Take Home Book program takes place on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays.  This means that the Take Home Book bags need to be brought to school only on Monday, Tuesday and Fridays.  This is also labeled on each book bag.  Please be sure to let me know if you have any questions.  Thanks again for your support with this program!

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, February 5…NO SCHOOL
  • Tuesday, February 6…NO SCHOOL
  • Wednesday, February 7…Back to school!  MUSIC, LIBRARY-Be sure to bring your library book, Homework due.
  • Thursday, February 8…ART.
  • Friday, February 9…STEAM, 100 Day Collections Due!  Bring Take Home Book.
  • Monday, February 12…GYM, Bring Take Home Book
  • Tuesday, February 13…MUSIC, Valentines Class Party 1:50-3:00 p.m., NO TAKE HOME BOOKS TODAY!
  • Wednesday, February 14…ART, LIBRARY, Homework due.
  • Thursday, February 15…STEAM
  • Friday, February 16…GYM, Bring Take Home Book.
  • Friday, February 23…Archer’s B-Day!


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Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on February 3, 2018



Looking for donations for a 100 day snack mix….please email me ( if you would like to donate one of the following items:

  • Bag of Bugles – 2 bags
  • Bag of Mini Marshmallows – 1 large bag
  • 1 box of Cheerios cereal
  • 1 large bag of Skittles
  • 1 box of Fruit Loops cereal
  • 1 box of Raisins 
  • 1 family size bag of pretzel sticks
  • 1 family size box of Cheez-It crackers
  • 2 bags of Popcorn-popped
  • 1 box of Chex cereal

*I would love to have these snacks by Thursday, February 8.

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Weekly Update…


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 28, 2018

1/22 – 1/26

Popcorn Words: he, she 

Our popcorn words this week were he, she. We did many different activities this week to reinforce learning these new words.


Math: In math this week, we continued working on Unit 3. We focused on sorting by different sizes, colors and attributes. We talked about things that are the same and different. We practiced our number sense, by drawing circles to represent the number shown. We also practiced counting a number of objects and writing the correct number that’s represented by objects. Learning if numbers/objects are equal or not equal is something else we learned this week. 

Math Games: We had fun on Friday playing math games.  We had fun building numbers  on a snowball where we used unifix cubes to match a number. The last math game we played was to go on a polar bear hunt. The kids had to search for numbers hidden around the room and match them to their paper. We also practiced using Math manipulative to practice addition and subtraction.  Math games on Fridays are always a favorite!!


Reading: In reading this week, we practiced using our SUPER READING POWERS when we read!! We focused on our “POINTER POWER”, “SNAP POWER” and “SOUND POWER”. When your child is reading to you at home when practicing their take home book, please practice using these powers. 

“POINTER POWER” is when you practice pointing to each word as you read. The kinders have learned to tap one time under each word when reading. We use rings with wiggly eyes to wear on our pointer finger to help them remember to use their pointer power!


“SNAP POWER” is when the kinders practice reading the words they know in a snap. We talked about how we’ve practiced a lot of popcorn words this year. They can read those words in a snap!

“SOUND POWER” is when we practice listening to the sounds we read.  We practiced covering the pictures in books to really practice this super power.  Focusing really hard on the sounds we hear to figure out words.


Writing: Writing small moment stories is hard work! The kinders are doing such a great job of learning to think of a story, tell their story to a writing partner, sketch and then write their story. We use the words FIRST, NEXT and THEN to keep our stories in order. Wow…that’s a lot of work! It is so exciting to see them become writers!




Handwriting: We have been working so hard during our handwriting time on learning how to correctly write our lowercase letters.  Some letters we worked on this week in handwriting were letters w and t. We also practiced writing some words with these letters in them. It’s exciting to see their handwriting and letter formation continue to improve! 


Mystery Reader:  Olivia was thrilled to see her Mom “drive” through the door as our Mystery Reader this week!  Mrs. Haase “drove” into our classroom with a fun cardboard bus from Daniel Tigers Neighborhood.  The kids thought it as really great!  Mrs. Haase read us the book A Germ’s Journey by Thom Rooke.  A very timely book about germs.  Tis the season right now!  Thank you for visiting with us Mrs. Haase!!  

VALENTINE PARTY:   Our Valentines Party will be Tuesday, February 13 from 1:50-3:00pm.  Thank you so much for all of the volunteers!!  Details will be coming soon in how you can help.   

VALENTINE EXCHANGE:   A label sheet with our class names has been sent home to help with Valentines preparation.  If you wish to exchange Valentines they are due by Feb.  8, this will allow us enough time for each Kinder to deliver.  We will be making Valentines mailboxes at school.  These will be sent home on February 13.  

100 DAYS OF SCHOOL CELEBRATION:  A note about our 100 Day Collections was sent home last week.  Our 100 Day Celebration will be on Friday, February 9.  Start thinking about what 100 items your kinder would like to collect and bring to school.  Your kinders 100 collections will be due on Feb. 9. This is the day that they may bring them into school. Please do not send them into school earlier. The collections will return home the same day. Begin collecting 100 items and decide how your kinder would like to display them.  Have fun! 

Items Needed:  Our classroom is in need of a few items…  

  • Clorox wipes
  • Sandwich baggies
  • Graham crackers


  • MON. JAN. 29 – MUSIC, Wonderful Winter Science Centers, OLIVIA’S B-DAY!!! Bring Take Home Book.
  • TUES. JAN. 30–ART, Bring Take Home Book.  Last day to order PE apparel.
  • WED. JAN. 31–STEAM, LIBRARY, Homework due.

If your kinder would like a sack lunch on Friday, please email me ( or send a note by Thursday 2/1.

  • FRI. FEB. 2-MUSIC, Early Release…Dismissal at 12:15pm; NO TAKE-HOME BOOKS TODAY
  • NO SCHOOL: Monday, February 5 WINTER BREAK
  • NO SCHOOL: Tuesday, February 6 WINTER BREAK
  • WED. FEB. 7—Back at school
  • FRI. FEB. 9—Day 100 Celebration!
  • Tuesday, Feb. 13—Valentine’s Day Party  1:50-3:00pm. Parent volunteers who are working at a party center, please arrive by 1:40pm for instructions & set up. THANK YOU!! NO TAKE-HOME BOOKS THIS DAY. 
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Valentine Party…


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 25, 2018


Our class Valentine party needs a coordinator!!  If you are interested in coordinating, volunteering, sending supplies, etc.  please email me ASAP at  

  • Our party is scheduled to be on Tuesday, February 13 at 2:00-3:00 p.m.  
  • With our limited space and administration request I have to limit the amount of people that are allowed to be at our classroom party.  Our party will be limited to only those who are volunteering to help at a station and party coordinators.  A total of 8 parents will be allowed at this party.  This is hard for me, but I am following our current protocol for our school.  


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Weekly Update


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 21, 2018

1/15 – 1/19

Popcorn Words:  said, make.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day:  We celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday.  We talked about how Martin Luther King, Jr. often spoke about wanting people to get along and worked hard to change laws (rules) that were not fair.  We made friendship bracelets, found popcorn words within a simple book about Dr. King and looked at a Let’s Find Out newspaper and talked about his initials  MLK. I love that we can together celebrate our uniqueness and friendship!  It is so heart warming to see the kinders fill each other’s buckets each day.  


Math:  This week the Kinders explored more subtraction and addition stories, finding groups of numbers, teen numbers, manipulated shapes to create new shapes and learned about sorting objects.  On Friday, our Math games day, they had fun exploring these concepts.

Exploring with shapes.

Subtracting practice.

Building teen numbers with ten sticks and ones cubes.

Exploring sorting:  sorting toys with legs and toys with no legs.

Teen number practice with play dough.

Fun with sorting objects by color.

Readers Workshop:  This week we continued to explore how to rev up our minds to get ready to read.  We looked at how we need to use all of our super powers to keep trying with tricky words.  The kindergartners practiced stretching tricky words all the way through the word and not giving up.  We picked some pretty big words to stretch:  harmonica and supersonic!!  It was so awesome to see the kinders work hard at chunking the word, stretching sounds and slowly picking up speed once they gained confidence in their new skills.  We touched on some of our reading strategy buddies that we refer to often:  Stretchy the snake, trying lion and flippy dolphin.

Writers Workshop:  The Kinders practiced writing a small moment story about our fun fort day.  We talked about how fort day is a watermelon story.  We needed to zoom in on one part of the day to write about.  The seed story that we picked to write about was when we actually built our forts.  The Kindergartners did a great job writing this week.  They were also introduced to a new story map to use when writing a seed story.  A story map is helpful for them to use when writing a story over several days.  Can you believe what they learn in Kindergarten with writing?!!!  Story maps, seed stories….WOW!!  I am so amazed by these little minds!!

Writing about our fort day.

We LOVED writing in our forts!!

Handwriting:  This week we are continuing to work on writing our lowercase letters.  We work on these skills carefully.  Being mindful that uppercase letters are used at the beginning of sentences and that lowercase letters are not.  We are also practicing writing our first and last names.  Noticing the uppercase and lowercase letters in our name.


Our friend Charlotte was awarded with an Outstanding this week from mrs. Reagan!  She is another example of being respectful, working hard and learning well!!  Congratulations Charlotte!!

Playing with Friends:  This week we got together with our friends from Mrs. Baker’s Kindergarten class.  We had so much fun exploring their room, toys and even making some new friends!!  Thanks for having us Mrs. Bakers Kinders!!

Star Student Book Lovers:

Makayla shared 2 of her favorite books with us.  We LOVED hearing her books!

Dani loved sharing these fun books with sound buttons!

We will start a new series of star student sharing next week.  Thank you so much for helping your Kindergartner pick their favorite books to bring in and share with their classmates!  We LOVED hearing all of these books!!

Mystery Readers:

  • Danielle was so surprised to see her Grandparents from Wisconsin come through our door as our Mystery Readers!!  They shared with us the hilarious book Stop that Ball! by Michael McClintock.  An adorable tale about a boy and his runaway bouncing ball.  The Kinders loved this funny story!  

  • Colson was so excited to see his Grandma as our Mystery Reader this week too!!  She read us the amazing story about Michael Jordan as a young boy and his effort of determination and hard work to achieve his dream,  Salt in His Shoes:  Michael Jordan in Pursuit of a Dream by Deloris Jordan and Rosalyn Jordan.  

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Jan. 22…GYM, TAKE HOME BOOKS PROGRAM STARTS – Kinders will bring home new book baggies with instructions.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 23…MUSIC, Bring Take Home Book back to school.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 24…ART, LIBRARY, Homework Due
  • Thursday, Jan. 25…STEAM
  • Friday, Jan. 26…GYM, Bring Take Home Book back to school.
  • Monday, Jan. 29…Olivia’s B-Day!!!  Bring Take Home Book back to school.  Wonderful Winter Centers 10:15-11:15.
  • Friday, Feb. 2…Early Release Day, 12:15 Dismissal.
  • Monday, Feb. 5…NO SCHOOL, Winter Break
  • Tuesday, Feb. 6…NO SCHOOL, Winter Break
  • Wednesday, Feb. 7…Back to school!
  • Friday, Feb. 9…100 Days of School Celebration in K!
  • Tuesday, Feb. 13…Our Classroom Valentines Day Party…2:00-3:00 p.m., planning details coming soon.
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Weekly Update


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 14, 2018

1/8 – 1/12

Popcorn Words:  at, that.

Math:  This week we got back into our Math routines.  Warming up our Math brains counting by 1’s and 10’s to 100.  We dove deeper into number partners that make a new number.  The Kindergartners were able to identify what number partners make up the number 6.  Exploring that different numbers that make up 6.  Noticing 1 and 5, 2 and 4, 3 and 3 and 6 and 0 are all partners that make up 6 total.  We also explored teen numbers deeper as well.  Noticing ten groups and then some more to make a teen number.  The Kindergartners are learning that a ten frame has ten in it and that a ten stick has ten in it.  These tools are used to make teen numbers.  We had a lot of fun exploring our Math games that had us working on partners, teen numbers and number identification.  

Writers Workshop:  This week we are revisiting our Small Moment writing.  The Kindergartners are learning what makes a small moment story.  Discovering that a small moment story is a single event that has happened to them.  They have also explored that some stories are “watermelon” stories.  These are stories that are too big to write about.  We are learning that we need to pick one “seed” out of that watermelon story to write about.  For example, a watermelon story is my whole holiday break.  A seed story would be one event that I want to share.  An example of a seed story would be my favorite present that I opened.  The Kindergartners have been working with guidance to write this specific story across 3 pages.  Together we have talked this story over our fingers.  First, we sat down to open our present.  Second, we ripped open the paper.  Last, we were so excited!  It was a ___.  The Kindergartners have done a great job revisiting this small moment idea of story writing.  We will continue to build on our skills of small moment writing all month.  

Readers Workshop:  This week we are talking about “Revving up to read.”  What does that mean?  We have been learning how we warm up our brains to read!  We have talked about how readers will follow a few steps before they read a book.  First, they might take a look at the cover of the book and the title.  Then, they might even open the book to take a picture walk, even tell the story in their mind of what they think the story could be about.  Last, a reader will even guess at some of the words they might see in a book.  We practiced using these warming up activities all week.  During readers workshop we would take a look at our books first, take a picture walk and then even think about some of the words we might see in our books.  The Kinders practiced these skills all week while reading/looking at books back to back with their reading buddy during readers workshop.

Mystery Readers:  Ashton was soooo excited to see his Nana and Grandad as our Mystery Readers on Tuesday!!  They are visiting all the way from the United Kingdom!!  They shared with us the book Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson.  Then they gave all the Kinders a special yummy UK treat known as buttons.  Buttons we discovered are actually chocolate pieces.  We LOVED our buttons!!!  Thanks so much for visiting with us!!!

Take Home Book Program:  Wow!!  Thank you all so much who have gotten on our volunteer page to sign up to read as part of our Take Home Book Program!!!  I am so excited to begin our program!  I will begin this program on Monday, January 22.  On this day the Kinders will bring home their Take Home Book Bag with instructions inside the bag.  If your child has already been bringing home books, this new book will replace that bag.    I will be testing all of the Kinders before this date to get their most accurate independent reading level.  Each Kinder will receive a Take Home Book bag and instructions on Monday, Jan. 22.

Rainbow Behavior Chart:  After our holiday break we have started to use our rainbow behavior chart as a behavior tool in our classroom.  Our goal everyday is to be on GREEN!!  Sometimes if a Kinder is asked repeatedly to attend to a task or change their behavior then they will be asked quietly to move their individual name clip to yellow.  I always try to catch them quickly making a better choice and then they will get to clip back up to GREEN, ready to learn.  If a Kinder is repeatedly making good choices, listening in a snap then they will be asked to clip up to blue on our rainbow chart (Good Choices).  The Kindergartners have done a GREAT job with this new behavior tool.  We do still use a class clip!  With our class clip we have earned 10 superstars!!!  This earned us a special day!!  

Fort Day:  What is fort day?  We have earned 10 superstars for amazing classroom behavior!!  The Kinders came up with a couple of choices to vote on.  The winner was Fort Day!!  Fort Day will be on Monday, Jan. 15.  We will at some point in the day make forts!!  If you have a thin blanket, or sheet that you would like to send in with your child to help build forts tomorrow, please feel free to do so. You may want to label the blanket with a piece of tape with your name on it.   I will have many blankets that I will be bringing in as well.  I am so proud of the Kinders for making such great choices!!  We have gotten many outstanding awards for our hallway walking and at our specials classes.  

Split Lit. Centers:  What do we do at Split Lit. Center time?  Well, we get to chose from 8 different centers to explore.  The Kinders get to navigate these stations all by themselves!   They can pick from several “word work” activities, listen to books, read to a beanie baby, read with sunglasses on, etc.  They may also get some one-on-one time with Mrs. Stutz or Mrs. Fabbro (one of our K-para pro’s) or Mrs. Elders (one of our K-para pro’s) during this time to work on specific reading skill building.  

Wonderful Winter Centers:  On Monday, Jan. 29, 10:15-11:15 we will be having some fun Wonderful Winter Science Centers.  I am looking for 2-3 more volunteers to help with these fun centers.  If you are available please email me at to let me know.  I am hoping you can come around 10:05 and we will wrap up at 11:15 a.m.  

Book Lover Star Students of the Week:

Claire brought in two of her favorite books!  The Twelve Months of Michigan by AnnieMarie E. Chiaverilla.  A GREAT book we loved that taught us all about our amazing state of Michigan!!  She also shared with us a delightful tale about a bunny who wants to be a ballerina.  The book, A Bunny in the Ballet by Robert Beck.  

Madison shared two of her favorite books this week too!  Not Quite Narwhal by Jessie Sima was an adorable tale about how we might be different but we can all get along!  My Very Own Fairy Tale was a very special book that written with Madison’s name in it!!!  

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Jan. 15…STEAM, Fort Day!  
  • Tuesday, Jan. 16…GYM, Mrs. Stutz gone – all K teacher learning day.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 17…MUSIC, LIBRARY.  Homework due.
  • Thursday, Jan. 18…ART
  • Friday, Jan. 19…STEAM, Popcorn Friday.
  • Monday, Jan. 22…Take Home Book Bags sent home.  
  • Tuesday, Jan. 23…Bring Take Home Book Bag back to school.
  • Friday, Jan. 26…Bring Take Home Book Bag back to school.
  • Monday, Jan. 29…Olivia’s B-Day!!!  Bring Take Home Book Bag back to school.  Wonderful Winter Centers 10:15-11:15.

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See you tomorrow!!!


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 8, 2018

We are back to school tomorrow!!  I hope you have ALL had a FABULOUS holiday break!  I can’t wait to see all of the Kindergartners!!  I have missed them so much!! 

  • Don’t forget a few essentials tomorrow: 
    • snow gear (hat, gloves, snow pants, boots, warm coat).
    • 2 snacks (we have one in the a.m. and one in the p.m.).
    • your backpack with your blue folder.  

We will ease back into our routines tomorrow.  Revisiting our classroom routines and exploring some new ones! 

  • A few things to look forward to: 
    • new name tags for all
    • some new additions to our free choice toys 
    • finding the Gingerbread Man!!  


Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday, Jan. 8…STEAM
  • Tuesday, Jan. 9…GYM
  • Wednesday, Jan. 10…MUSIC, LIBRARY, *No homework due!
  • Thursday, Jan. 11…ART
  • Friday, Jan. 12…GYM, Early Release Day!  12:15 Dismissal.
  • Monday, Jan. 29…Olivia’s B-Day!  Wonderful Winter Science Centers (10:15-11:15 a.m….if you would like to volunteer email me at  Looking for 4-6 volunteers.


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Take Home Books Volunteers…


Posted by jstutz1 | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on January 6, 2018

Calling all Take Home Book Volunteers!  To help assist with the signing up process I am using the website.  If you can volunteer PLEASE go to the following website and link to sign up on our Take Home Book Calendar.  Let me know if you have any questions by emailing me at  I can’t wait to get started!!!

We’re using (the leading online SignUp and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming SignUps.

Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) Click this link to see our SignUp on
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on

Note: does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.

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