The Cooper School Daily

Proud of our Little Pumpkins

Pumpkin Presentation
Our classroom was filled with excitement and pride as Kindergarten wrapped up their fun-filled pumpkin unit. Students invited family and friends to our backyard to check out our pumpkin predictions, pumpkin artwork, pumpkin fact books, as well as the decomposing pumpkin we have been observing. Students capped off the celebration by sharing their pumpkin facts and performing their very informative and exciting Pumpkin Play for a full audience. Kindergarteners were prepared, energetic, and brave. We are so proud of our little pumpkins!

Shapes, Shapes Everywhere!
Kindergarteners have had so much fun this week studying all of the shapes around us! Students have been so proud to share all that they know about triangles, rectangles, squares, circles, and even hexagons! Our Kindergarten counting skills have sure come in handy as we determine how many sides and points each shape is made up of!

Halloween Carnival
Kindergarteners were so excited to celebrate the spooky holiday this week by wearing costumes and gathering in our backyard for a Halloween Carnival organized by the Middle School students! We were so excited to celebrate with our whole school, checking out their costumes, and playing games alongside them. Kindergarteners had so much fun as they bounced around from game to game, greeting all of their older friends in school. Our day wrapped up with some exciting costume awards as Kindergarteners celebrated all of our school’s winners.

Important Dates:
November 7th-8th – Parent/Teacher Conferences (11:30am Dismissal)
November 18th – Harvest Festival (11:30am Dismissal)
November 21st-25th – Thanksgiving Break (No School)