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Welcome to Kindergarten!!
 
I am so excited to be your child's teacher! We are going to have a wonderful year!
 
This is my 11th year of teaching! I am a University of Houston graduate. I am married to my wonderful husband, Dallas, and have two beautiful children. Grayson is 8 and entering 3rd grade and Olive is 5 is joining us at CPES this year.
 
I absolutely LOVE kindergarten and it holds such a wonderful place in my heart! Kindergarten is an exciting time and holds so many firsts!
 
I look forward to helping your child learn, grow, and succeed! 
 
Starting from the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL your child may bring:
 
-a water bottle with a sport-top lid (Water only please)
 
-a change of clothes inside a Ziploc baggie with their name on it
 
-a healthy snack 
 
Ways to stay Informed:
I feel that parent/teacher communication is the key to a successful year. I LOVE to communicate! Here are a few ways that I communicate:
 
-Your child will bring a daily folder home with their behavior chart and any important information that need to be seen immediately. Please sign this folder DAILY.
 
-Your child will also bring home information about upcoming events in the school and community each Wednesday.
 
- You can also receive text messages. Please sign up here.  https://www.remind.com/join/8c68fck
 
- Twitter: @ashdouglascpes
 
Parents: here is the link to the PTO website! It's the latest and greatest to all the happenings at CPES! 
 
 I LOVE having parents come into the classroom. PLEASE fill out the volunteer form on this site: https://www.tomballisd.net/apps/pages/hr/volunteers-classroom-observation
 
 Here is the link to the Tomball ISD food department: https://www.tomballisd.net/apps/pages/child-nutrition/menus
 
Thanks so much,
Ashley
 
 
 

Recent Posts

Valentine's Day

Dear Parents,

 

Prior to our Valentine’s Day Party we will be exchanging Valentines for students to open during the party.  Your child will need to bring a card for each student in our class.  Attached you will find a class list.  Here are some tips to get you started:

  • Valentines may be store-bought or homemade.
  • Allow your child to sign the cards.  It is not as neat as grown-up writing, but it means more to your child’s classmates.  Be sure to allow time for this task. Some children are unable to complete them in one day.
  • Label the envelope clearly.  Your child may write the name of the classmate or cut the name off the list and glue or tape it on the envelope.
  • If you do write the name please write them like we do: uppercase letter first and the rest lowercase- Jane, not JANE.  This will make it easier for your child to deliver it to the correct mailbox.

 

Please send the Valentine cards to school on or before Monday, February 11th. Thank you for your help with this project.

 

Sincerely,

The Kindergarten Teachers

100th day t-shirt

Dear Parents,

The 100th day of school will be on Monday, February 4th . We are asking that your child decorate a shirt with a 100 items on it. You can paint 100 items on, pin them on, glue them on, or sew them on. There are no limits to how creative you can get.  To help you get some ideas google image of 100th day of school shirts. Please have your child wear their shirt to school on Monday, February 4th .

If you have any questions, please let your child’s teacher know.

Thank you,

The Kindergarten Teachers