October 23rd – 27th

Hi Kinder Families,

This week we learned how to write numbers 1 and 2 and the life cycle of a pumpkin ahead of our trip to the pumpkin patch on Tuesday! We will be notifying you all about parent drivers today.

Our Feature Image:

Monday was National Bosses Day and Ms. Griffin was kindly given balloons by the staff which she then gave to the Kinders! They had so much fun playing with their balloon!

This week at a glance:

Student of the Week: Gabrielle V.

Show & Tell Theme: My Favourite Stuffy 


Show & Tell: Raelen

  • PE with Mr. Kelly
  • French with Madame Caprilli
  • Library Time with Miss G & Miss Maye – please return library books

Show & Tell: Audrey

  • P.E with Mr. Kelly
  • Field Trip to the Pumpkin Patch @ 1:30 (Depart St. Paul School @ 1:15)
    • Your child can wear play clothes to school. Please dress appropriately for the weather as the field trip will be rain or shine. We will be at the pumpkin patch from 1:30 – 2:30. There will be a regular dismissal at 3:00 from the school.
    • If you would like to go straight home from the Pumpkin Patch, please let us know so that we can make sure your child goes home with their backpack!

Show & Tell: Justin 

  • PE with Mr. Kelly
  • French with Madame Caprilli
  • Walkathon assembly @ 1pm
  • Dismissal @ 2pm

Show & Tell: Margot 

  • School Mass @ 9:15 am – All are welcome to join!
  • Nature Walk with Miss G & Miss Maye
  • No School- Professional Development day for staff.


“My Reading Book” (Inside Homework Folder): We encourage you to spend 10 minutes reading daily with your child. You can leave the readings inside their homework folder.

“Morning Work” (Inside Homework Folder): We have sent home some of your child’s morning work, which is currently their best printing of their name!

Friendly Reminders:

Halloween at St. Paul

  • If your child plans on bringing a treat to share with all their classmates (there are 31 students in total), please be sure they are nut-free and individually wrapped. We ask that you do not individualize the treats by putting names on them but you can put who it’s from (i.e. you may write “From _________”, but please NOT “To ___________”). 
    • Your child is welcome to come in a costume, or wear black and/or orange. If wearing a costume, please keep in mind the following:
      • We are a Catholic community, therefore costumes must be modest, respectful of others, and free of offensive language.
      • We are focused on student safety and peace of mind, therefore: no weapons or replica weapons of any kind (guns, swords, knives, chains, etc.); no blood or slime; no witches, ghosts, goblins, zombies, or scary monsters.
      • We are a learning community, therefore students must be able to sit at their desk comfortably and consider the space of others (no big hats or wide wings); fully participate in all class activities (including PE and recess times); and see and hear clearly (no face masks).

Scholastic Reading Club– The October flyer can be accessed here. If you would like to order from Scholastic (optional), please enter Kindergarten’s class code RC318627 at checkout so that we can receive rewards for our classroom! Thank you in advance for your support.

Upcoming Dates:

  1. October 25th: Walkathon Assembly @ 1 pm – All are welcome to join!
  2. October 27th: Professional Development Day – No School
  3. October 24th: Field Trip to the Pumpkin Patch
  4. October 30th: Yummy Pasta Lunch (for those who ordered)
  5. October 31st: Halloween Dress Down Day & Kinder Halloween Party
  6. November 3rd: Fukuroku Hot Lunch (for those who ordered)

Please let us know if you have any questions!


Miss Guevara and Miss Maye