God, Scholarship, Community, and Service.

Pre-Kindergarten: 4yrs

Ms. Myers (bmyers@gscregional.org)



I am so proud of my Pre-K4 class who  has made such progress  writing their names on their name cards every morning.  Keep up the good work! We again had an exciting week: We decorated the Letter F with colored feathers, wrote the alphabet on the IPAD, and Mr. McDonald came and gave the children a lesson on Fire Safety!  This week we will have popcorn party to celebrate National Popcorn Week, introduce patterns , and carve a pumpkin. Also if you are able, please sign up for a snack for our Halloween party.(It is located on a clip board in front of the classroom)  Thank you for all you do for Good Shepherd Catholic!

WEEK OF October 20th


*Please remember to return your “Parent Conference Sheet” by Tuesday, October 21st!!

*One of our GSC school service projects is our annual Peanut Butter and Jelly Drive.  The drive helps keep the Archdiocese food pantry stocked.  Please send in your donations with your child.  Thank you!  These donations are due by October 27th

*Pretzel Money is due for November on this Friday, October 24th.   Just a reminder: Some students haven’t been eating their pretzel for snack, so please ask your child if he/she still wants pretzel for a snack.

*Library books are due every Monday!

*Secret Object bag will be in your child’s school bag every Friday.  Please return it on Monday with a special item for the week’s letter. (This week’s letter is G)

*Please continue practicing tracing over their name with a dry eraser marker or crayon.  We are tracing our names every morning to reinforce this skill.

 *This week for Look It’s Me is Owen Burnside.  Please bring in your items on Monday of this week. I am looking forward to see Owen’s pictures!

* This weekly update will be posted on the school website: www.gscregional.org. Click on classroom and scroll down to Pre-K 4.  Also, there will be a monthly newsletter sent home in the child’s folder informing the parents of the highlights the children worked on during the month.

*Donations of tissues, paper towels, clorox wipes, and baby wipes are welcomed!  We are in great need of these items! 


THEME:  Fall/Halloween

RELIGION:  We show our love for God by taking care of creation.

MATH: Patterns: Predicting and creating simple patterns

ELA:  Letter G/What do You Do With A Tail Like This?

*Dates to Remember:

                                     Monday, October 20th- Winter Uniform starts

                                       Wednesday, October 29th- Halloween Party

                                       Friday, October 31st- Professional Developmental Day (No School)

Have a fantastic week!

Mrs. Myers and Mrs. White