Lunch at school

One of the things many students look forward to when starting full day kindergarten is eating lunch at school. Here are a few tips to help prepare your kindergartener for this exciting experience:

*Practice independent lunch preparation.  For example; How to open containers and packages (i.e. opening pudding cups, putting straws in juice boxes, etc.)

*Practice what to keep and what to throw away (i.e. keep tupperware, please throw away opened juice box even if not finished, etc.)

*Practice appropriate table manners

As you share meals with your child throughout the remainder of the summer, consider what they can begin doing independently at home now so that they are ready to be successful in the school lunch room.

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Happy Birthday to all our Summer Birthday Friends!

Happy Birthday to Owen, James, Austin, and Poe!
We hope your summer birthdays were fun and memorable!
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Welcome to Kindergarten!


We are very excited to welcome our new students into our kindergarten class!  
In preparation for the upcoming school year, please subscribe to our blog by clicking on “Subscribe to our Blog” (found on the right sidebar).  

In addition, under the “Parent Information” heading you will find our Class Disclosure and  Supply list.   

The first day of Kindergarten classes will be Wednesday, August 21.  8:30am-1:10pm. Thursday and Friday, August 22-23 will also be early out schedule 8:30-1:10pm. Click here for the full Quest 2024-2025 school calendar.

We look forward to seeing each of you during our Back to School Night on Monday, August 19, 6-8pm.  Have a wonderful summer break!

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Kindergarten, Here We Come!

For more ideas check out UEN’s Kindergarten readiness checklist

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Happy Birthday Oaklee!

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Thank You!

thank you

We truly appreciate the kind, generous, thoughtful gifts and notes.  It is our pleasure and honor to have this opportunity to teach your children.  Thank you for sharing your child with us this year!

Ms. Ronda, Mrs. Sampson, and Ms. Carrie

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Summer Reading Programs

There are many fun and free ways to encourage summer reading. Here are just a few:

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Final Week Schedule


 Regular schedule 8:30-3:10pm

  • MONDAY, MAY 20
    • Visit 1st grade
    • Normal class work/schedule
    • Treehouse Field Trip 11:30-2:00
    • Wear RED uniform shirt
    • No backpacks
    • Field day
    • Free Dress Down
    • Dress for the weather- we will be outside 9:00-10:00am
    • Field Day Waiver

 Early Out 8:30-1:10pm

    • K-2 Talent Show (we will watch students perform that previously signed up through the school link)
    • Yearbook Signing
    • Free Dress Down
    • Early Out– 1:10pm
  • FRIDAY, MAY 24   
    • Free Dress Down
    • Early Out– 1:10pm
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Weekly Reminders

1- THURSDAYS: Send take-home folders to school (please remove the “keep at home” pages)

2- FRIDAY:  Kindergarten Graduation 9:00am in the library
Please see previous email with additional graduation information (including zoom link). Students are encouraged to dress up or wear their Quest uniform.

3- FIELD DAY- Complete the following waiver form for your child to participate in the field day activities on Wednesday, May 22. Waiver Form


  • May 20: 1st grade class visit (we will briefly meet the 1st grade teachers)
  • May 21: Field Trip to the Children’s Treehouse Museum
  • May 22: Field day
  • May 23: Early out 1:10pm (K-2 talent show and yearbook signing)
  • May 24: Last day of school- Early out 1:10pm

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Saying good-bye

We have spent a year growing and learning together as a class family. It has been our experience that saying goodbye to teachers and friends can bring a variety of responses from our young children. Our hope is that the transition will be fun and exciting for all our students.

But it can be difficult for them to express how they are feeling and even more challenging for them to understand what they are feeling. They may express these feelings by acting out, struggling to come to class, no reactions, or many other ways. Please know this is normal.

It is very important to us that each of them knows that they will always hold a special place in our hearts. That we will continue to care for them, wherever they are- if we are close and see each other often or if we are far apart. Please know that you are always welcome to reach out to us, we enjoy hearing from our students and their families.

Here are a couple articles that have some practical ideas to support you and your child through this transition.

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