Lori Magee

Upcoming Events

Lori Magee & Janet Cubbage
picture of Lori & Janet

We are so excited to have your child in our classroom! We are going to have so much fun this year!

We LOVE parent volunteers! Feel free to help in the classroom anytime :)

AM Session: 8:05-11:15
PM Session: 12:05-3:15

Upcoming Events
September 20th-10:00 am Bachechi Open Space Nature Center 
October 11th-10:00am Galloping Grace Youth Ranch Pumpkin Patch
September 29th: Fall Carnival
Family Homework Project: Due anytime before September 29th.

Important Information
1. Integrated Learning Experiences are now in full swing. Check the back of your child's folder for the September Calendar.
2. Please write a quick note on the communication sheet found in your child's blue folder if you need to keep us aware of anything.
3. If your child brings something from home, please coach him/her to get it out of the backpack when they arrive at school. We normally don't go through the backpacks. We are training the students to remove items such as family projects and library books independently.
4. Parent volunteers are very welcome to come into our classroom. You can get a parent volunteer badge from Rio Rancho Public Schools District Office. You can also go on the Rio Rancho Public Schools website and complete the volunteer process online.

What We are Learning This Month
During Small group, circle time, centers and large group, the focus of learning this month will include fine motor activities, counting, number recognition, recognizing names and describing attributes of simple shapes. We will be learning about nursery rhymes, rhyming, characters and settings. We will be investigating the world through our senses. We will continue to develop independence through activities, routines and play.

A Camping We Will Go
Our kitchen area will be transformed into a camping site. Students will have the opportunity to role play as explorers, take notes, study a variety of forest life, read non- fiction texts and explore camping and cooking. We will sort and categorize fish in our math center and learn about things that sink and float in our science/sensory table. We will also read a variety of fiction and non-fiction books about camping, forest and animal life. Students will create art based on various books such as Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See? and When You Are Camping. All of our classroom learning centers will be hands-on and play based so that the students will have fun while they are learning. 

Please check your child's folder every night for any communication we may have sent you. Also, please take out any papers from the folder that are under the "Keep at Home" section.

Websites that your children can learn from at home:
Starfall
PBS Kids







If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at:
lori.magee@rrps.net
or
505-892-7735 ext. 107
or
The best way to contact us is by writing a note in your child's folder