4K News 1-14 to 1-18

4K Parent & Student News

Weeks of: January 14-18, 2019

Mrs. Missy Kessel – Lead Teacher, Miss Meghan Trierweiler – Assistant Teacher 


This week we will talk about things like sportsmanship and playing fairly. We will also continue to discuss and practice what to do in a lockdown situation. For handwriting we will practice 6, D, P, and B. During social/emotional time we will discuss and practice managing disappointment and taking belly breaths. There will also be looking for ways to have outside fun as well as indoor fun.


Pete the Cat spent the weekend with Jared.  Friday was spent at Nana and Papa’s house. They had fun creating a solar system, and playing lots of games! Saturday they went to Jared’s Great Aunt and Uncle’s house to celebrate New Year’s. There was a pretty Christmas tree and many yummy snacks. On Sunday Mom and Jared read about Pete and he played outside with his big brother and Daddy.

Gilbert the Great had the weekend off.

Biscuit had a great weekend with Greysen. Friday night they ate dinner and played with Greysen’s brother and sister. Going to Grandma and Grandpa’s house topped of Saturday. They took a long hike in the woods and found a broken tree house! Since Mom was not feeling well on Sunday they played all day with Dad!


January 17                  Snowman Dress Day

January 17                  4K Family Night – Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum, 4-7 pm (cost provided but the district)

January 21                  No 4K

January 22                  College T-shirt Dress Day

January 31                  Favorite Team Dress Day


January 6                    Kendyl Levendowski

January 14                  Lilly Wyatt


Schedule Change:

This seems to be going well and the children are adjust nicely.

4K Family Night

It is a fun night at the Children’s Museum with other 4K families. The district will pick up the costs for 4K students, but all family members are welcome to come and enjoy the activities. Join us from 4-7 pm on January 17.


Please remember to update extra clothes in lockers and backpacks. Double check for current season and size.

Be sure to send outdoor clothing if the temperature with the wind shield will be above 20 degrees. We do like to get out when we can.

Activity Calendars

Don’t forget to be working on January’s calendar!

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