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CCA AM Kindergarten: 9:00am-11:30am, Monday-Friday

CCA PM Kindergarten: 12:30-3:00pm, Monday-Friday

Pastor Kimberly Young M.Ed, lead teacher

Mrs. Candy Ross, teacher assistant

Weekly Newsletter
  • KINDERGARTEN NEWSLETTER - WEEK 13

    CCA Kindergarten “News and Notes”  December 9, 2019

    Mrs. Young can be reached at school from 7:00 – 9:00am every day at (208) 773-5200 or you can email at: mrsyoung@live.com

    REMINDER: All tuition and daycare balances are due now.  They cannot be an outside balance carried over into the new 2020 year.  Educational services may be discontinued unless balances are current.  Thank you.

    THIS WEEK:

    MONDAY: Re-take pics with Lifetouch Studies

    THURSDAY: Whole-school rehearsal 9-10am for Christmas Programs

    CCA CHRISTMAS PROGRAM INFO:

    PRESCHOOL/PRE-K:  Saturday, December 14

    9:30-10am at the Altar Church, 901 E Best Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

    PRESCHOOL/PREK KIDS NEED TO BE AT THE CHURCH BY 9:20AM

    KINDERGARTEN-6TH GRADE:  Saturday, December 14

    10:30-11am at the Altar Church, 901 E Best Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

    K-6TH GRADE KIDS NEED TO BE AT THE CHURCH BY 10:20AM

    CLASS CHRISTMAS PARTIES: Grades preschool-6th grade will have their Christmas parties on Friday, December 20.  Kids can wear their pajamas.

    STRING FOR GLOVES – We are recommending everyone do the following with their child and their gloves/mittens: Get a long piece of string, ribbon, or yarn that you match to the length of your kid’s wingspan.  Tie the string to both mittens/gloves (you may need to make a small hole and a knot, but it’s worth it in the longrun).  Then run one mitten/glove and the string through both sleeves of the coat.  The mittens/gloves will then just hang out the bottom of the sleeves and we will spend less time searching for lost gloves.

    SNOW CLOTHES: When snow is on the ground, kids need ALL FIVE THINGS to go outside.  All five things means: winter coat that zips, hood/hat, snow pants, snow boots, gloves; kids who do not bring their snow things will have to sit in the preschool during recess (which is not is much fun as playing outside).  Kids can also prepare to bring sleds for recess.  All sleds need their name in permanent marker in BIG LETTERS.

    FOOD POLICY: Please note the following change regarding food policies: If your child will be at school during breakfast or lunch, please DO NOT send the following food/drink items: hot chocolates, Gatorade, any colored drinks, pizza lunchables, cinnamon roll lunchables.  We have had bad experiences with these items in the past; as a result, they are no longer allowed in the building. 

    COMING ATTRACTIONS

    • Christmas programs, Dec 14th
    • Christmas parties, Dec 20th
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Dec 23-25 for Christmas
    • Christmas break, Dec 26-Jan 3

    ALL PAPERS WILL BE SENT HOME EACH FRIDAY

    HOMEWORK: (Mon night – Thur night)

    Monday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 40-49 1x, write sentence 1x about your favorite thing about Jesus; practice SAYING phone number and address 10x; bring your snow clothes to school

    Tuesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 50-59 1x, write sentence 1x about your favorite thing about your parents; practice SAYING phone number and address 10x; bring your snow clothes to school

    Wednesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 60-69 1x, write sentence 1x about your favorite thing about Christmas practice SAYING phone number and address 10x; bring your snow clothes to school

    Thursday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 70-79 1x, write sentence 1x, write sentence 1x about what excites you about Heaven; practice SAYING phone number and address 10x; bring your snow clothes to school

    ADDITIONAL HOMEWORK OPTIONS:

    *Finding homework too easy for your child?  If it works for your home, you can add the following supplemental ideas each night: (make a note to teacher on their homework so they can receive bonus points for the extra work) 

    • Read to parent out loud for 5 minutes
    • Write 5 addition math problems
    • Write 5 subtraction math problems
    • Practice flashcards for sight words: . ?  ! a after again am an and any are as at been by can color come dad do does don’t from give go goes had has he her him I into in is it just know let like love may me mom my no of on put said see she some the there to want was we what where who won’t you your red orange yellow green blue purple one two three four five six seven eight nine ten
    • Practice flashcards for special sounds: ck  ay  st  pl  fr  tr  sh  th  bl  cl  fl  gl  br  dr  pr  gr  sm  sc  sk  sp  cr  tw  spl  spr  scr  squ  sn  sl  str  sw  thr  ar  ch  or  ow  ow er  ur  ir  oi  oy  oo  wor  all  alk  wh

     

     

  • KINDERGARTEN NEWSLETTER - WEEK 12

    CCA Kindergarten “News and Notes”  December 2, 2019

    Mrs. Young can be reached at school from 7:00 – 9:00am every day at (208) 773-5200 or you can email at: mrsyoung@live.com

    REMINDER: All tuition and daycare balances are due by FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6.  They cannot be an outside balance carried over into the new 2020 year.  Educational services may be discontinued unless balances are current.  Thank you.

    EAGLE CRUISE THIS FRIDAY for grades 3rd-6th; please see your child’s teacher for details.

    CCA CHRISTMAS PROGRAM INFO:

    PRESCHOOL/PRE-K:  Saturday, December 14

    9:30-10am at the Altar Church, 901 E Best Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

    KINDERGARTEN-6TH GRADE:  Saturday, December 14

    10:30-11am at the Altar Church, 901 E Best Ave, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

    CLASS CHRISTMAS PARTIES: Grades preschool-6th grade will have their Christmas parties on Friday, December 20.  Kids can wear their pajamas.

    STRING FOR GLOVES – We are recommending everyone do the following with their child and their gloves/mittens: Get a long piece of string, ribbon, or yarn that you match to the length of your kid’s wingspan.  Tie the string to both mittens/gloves (you may need to make a small hole and a knot, but it’s worth it in the longrun).  Then run one mitten/glove and the string through both sleeves of the coat.  The mittens/gloves will then just hang out the bottom of the sleeves and we will spend less time searching for lost gloves.

    SNOW CLOTHES: When snow is on the ground, kids need ALL FIVE THINGS to go outside.  All five things means: winter coat that zips, hood/hat, snow pants, snow boots, gloves; kids who do not bring their snow things will have to sit in the preschool during recess (which is not is much fun as playing outside).  Kids can also prepare to bring sleds for recess.  All sleds need their name in permanent marker in BIG LETTERS.

    FOOD POLICY: Please note the following change regarding food policies: If your child will be at school during breakfast or lunch, please DO NOT send the following food/drink items: hot chocolates, Gatorade, any colored drinks, pizza lunchables, cinnamon roll lunchables.  We have had bad experiences with these items in the past; as a result, they are no longer allowed in the building. 

    COMING ATTRACTIONS

    • Eagle Cruise for 3rd-6th, Dec 6th
    • Christmas Program, Dec 14th
    • Christmas parties, Dec 20th
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Dec 23-25 for Christmas
    • Christmas break, Dec 26-Jan 3

    ALL PAPERS WILL BE SENT HOME EACH FRIDAY

    HOMEWORK: (Mon night – Thur night)

    Monday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 40-49 1x, write sentence 1x “Ben is a big bug.”, practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Tuesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 50-59 1x, write sentence 1x, “Ben has a mud hut.” practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Wednesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 60-69 1x, write sentence 1x, “His mud hut got wet.” practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Thursday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 70-79 1x, write sentence 1x, (make up your own sentence), practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    ADDITIONAL HOMEWORK OPTIONS:

    *Finding homework too easy for your child?  If it works for your home, you can add the following supplemental ideas each night: (make a note to teacher on their homework so they can receive bonus points for the extra work) 

    • Read to parent out loud for 5 minutes
    • Write 5 addition math problems
    • Write 5 subtraction math problems
    • Practice flashcards for sight words: . ?  ! a after again am an and any are as at been by can color come dad do does don’t from give go goes had has he her him I into in is it just know let like love may me mom my no of on put said see she some the there to want was we what where who won’t you your red orange yellow green blue purple one two three four five six seven eight nine ten
    • Practice flashcards for special sounds: ck  ay  st  pl  fr  tr  sh  th  bl  cl  fl  gl  br  dr  pr  gr  sm  sc  sk  sp  cr  tw  spl  spr  scr  squ  sn  sl  str  sw  thr  ar  ch  or  ow  ow er  ur  ir  oi  oy  oo  wor  all  alk  wh

     

     

  • Snack needed

    Snack needed for CCA daycare :) Thank you in advance for helping

  • Off-Week (Nov 25-29)

    NO SCHOOL Nov 25-29 (Off-Week)

    SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Nov 28-29 for Thanksgiving...

    God bless and enjoy a week of giving thanks!

  • KINDERGARTEN NEWSLETTER - WEEK 11

    CCA Kindergarten “News and Notes”  November 18, 2019

    Mrs. Young can be reached at school from 7:00 – 9:00am every day at (208) 773-5200 or you can email at: mrsyoung@live.com

    THANKSGIVING FEAST DETAILS:

    FRIDAY, NOV 22 – BOTH AM & PM students attend the morning session (9:00-11:30) and bring their feast item at 9am.  Parents are welcome to stay and spend time in the classroom or come back at 11am to have a feast with their child.  The feast ends around 11:30. There is no school following the feast.  (Mrs. Young and the rest of the admin team will be attending a funeral service following the Thanksgiving Feast so there is no school after 11:30.)

    Here is the item for your child to bring:

    24 Turkey Slices (deli meat is perfect!) – Mykaila S, Leila K, Jackson W, Lauren I, Emma R, Dominic N

    12 Dinner Rolls – Ben M, Madison C, Reagan S, Christine L, Hailey L, Winston D, Emma R

    3 Qts Cooked Corn – Madison M, Eden H, Israel A, Alysha H, James V

    1 Pumpkin Pie w/Whipped Cream – Mckenzie W, Aubree D, Harrison B, Mason D, James V, Rigley H

    2 Qts Mashed Potatoes – Link W, Camden W

    48 Plates and 48 Forks – Breanna H, Annabelle J, Kaydence G

    100 Napkins and 48 Cups – Jasper O, Emmett L

    2 Gallons Juice – Samantha C, Liam C, Christine L

    NO SCHOOL NOV 25-29 – OFF WEEK

    SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED NOV 28-29 FOR THANKSGIVING

    STRING FOR GLOVES – We are recommending everyone do the following with their child and their gloves/mittens: Get a long piece of string, ribbon, or yarn that you match to the length of your kid’s wingspan.  Tie the string to both mittens/gloves (you may need to make a small hole and a knot, but it’s worth it in the longrun).  Then run one mitten/glove and the string through both sleeves of the coat.  The mittens/gloves will then just hang out the bottom of the sleeves and we will spend less time searching for lost gloves.

    SNOW CLOTHES: When snow is on the ground, kids need ALL FIVE THINGS to go outside.  All five things means: winter coat that zips, hood/hat, snow pants, snow boots, gloves; kids who do not bring their snow things will have to sit in the preschool during recess (which is not is much fun as playing outside).  Kids can also prepare to bring sleds for recess.  All sleds need their name in permanent marker in BIG LETTERS.

    FOOD POLICY: Please note the following change regarding food policies: If your child will be at school during breakfast or lunch, please DO NOT send the following food/drink items: hot chocolates, Gatorade, any colored drinks, pizza lunchables, cinnamon roll lunchables.  We have had bad experiences with these items in the past; as a result, they are no longer allowed in the building. 

    COMING ATTRACTIONS

    • Thanksgiving Feast, Nov 22nd
    • Off-Week, Nov 25-29
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Nov 28-29 for Thanksgiving
    • Eagle Cruise for 3rd-6th, Dec 6th
    • Christmas Program, Dec 14th
    • Christmas parties, Dec 20th
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Dec 23-25 for Christmas
    • Christmas break, Dec 26-Jan 3

    ALL PAPERS WILL BE SENT HOME EACH FRIDAY

    HOMEWORK:

    Monday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 40-49 1x, write sentence 1x “Mom is fast.”, practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Tuesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 50-59 1x, write sentence 1x, “I am a kid.” practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Wednesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 60-69 1x, write sentence 1x, “The cat is mad.” practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Thursday night: Get your child’s feast item ready for tomorrow!

    Here is the item for your child to bring:

    24 Turkey Slices (deli meat is perfect!) – Mykaila S, Leila K, Jackson W, Lauren I, Emma R, Dominic N

    12 Dinner Rolls – Ben M, Madison C, Reagan S, Christine L, Hailey L, Winston D, Emma R

    3 Qts Cooked Corn – Madison M, Eden H, Israel A, Alysha H, James V

    1 Pumpkin Pie w/Whipped Cream – Mckenzie W, Aubree D, Harrison B, Mason D, James V, Rigley H

    2 Qts Mashed Potatoes – Link W, Camden W

    48 Plates and 48 Forks – Breanna H, Annabelle J, Kaydence G

    100 Napkins and 48 Cups – Jasper O, Emmett L

    2 Gallons Juice – Samantha C, Liam C, Christine L

    ADDITIONAL HOMEWORK OPTIONS:

    *Finding homework too easy for your child?  If it works for your home, you can add the following supplemental ideas each night: (make a note to teacher on their homework so they can receive bonus points for the extra work) 

    • Read to parent out loud for 5 minutes
    • Write 5 addition math problems
    • Write 5 subtraction math problems
    • Practice flashcards for sight words: . ?  ! a after again am an and any are as at been by can color come dad do does don’t from give go goes had has he her him I into in is it just know let like love may me mom my no of on put said see she some the there to want was we what where who won’t you your red orange yellow green blue purple one two three four five six seven eight nine ten
    • Practice flashcards for special sounds: ck  ay  st  pl  fr  tr  sh  th  bl  cl  fl  gl  br  dr  pr  gr  sm  sc  sk  sp  cr  tw  spl  spr  scr  squ  sn  sl  str  sw  thr  ar  ch  or  ow  ow er  ur  ir  oi  oy  oo  wor  all  alk  wh

     

  • KINDERGARTEN NEWSLETTER - WEEK 10

    CCA Kindergarten “News and Notes”  November 11, 2019

    Mrs. Young can be reached at school from 7:00 – 9:00am every day at (208) 773-5200 or you can email at: mrsyoung@live.com

    NO SCHOOL OR DAYCARE MONDAY -  closed for Veteran’s Day

    PARENT CONFERENCES WEDNESDAY:

    7am Kaydence G

    7:30am Reagan S

    8am Ben M

    8:30am Mykaila S

    PARENT CONFERENCES THURSDAY:

    7am Emma R

    7:30am Emmett L

    8am Leila K

    8:30am Liam C

    9am Israel A

    9:30am Dominic N

    10am James V

    10:30am Madison C

    11am Jackson W

    11:30am Madison M

    12pm Aubree D

    12:30pm Christine L

    1pm Mckenzie W

    1:30pm Eden H

    2pm Breanna & Alysha H

    2:30pm Hailey L

    PARENT CONFERENCES FRIDAY:

    7am Link W

    7:30am Harrison B

    8am Mason D

    8:30am Winston D

    9am Lauren I

    9:30am Annabelle J

    10am Rigley L

    10:30am Samantha C

    11am Jasper O

    11:30am Mason D

    12pm Camden W

    STRING FOR GLOVES – We are recommending everyone do the following with their child and their gloves/mittens: Get a long piece of string, ribbon, or yarn that you match to the length of your kid’s wingspan.  Tie the string to both mittens/gloves (you may need to make a small hole and a knot, but it’s worth it in the longrun).  Then run one mitten/glove and the string through both sleeves of the coat.  The mittens/gloves will then just hang out the bottom of the sleeves and we will spend less time searching for lost gloves.

    SNOW CLOTHES: Hate to say it but it’s time to get those snow clothes packed and ready!!  When snow is on the ground, kids need ALL FIVE THINGS to go outside.  All five things means: winter coat that zips, hood/hat, snow pants, snow boots, gloves; kids who do not bring their snow things will have to sit in the preschool during recess (which is not is much fun as playing outside).  Kids can also prepare to bring sleds for recess.  All sleds need their name in permanent marker in BIG LETTERS.

    THANKSGIVING FEAST:  Parents are invited to come “feast” with their kiddo on November 22.  The event is 9-11:30.  Feasting begins at 11am.  There is a sign up sheet outside our classroom for each child to bring one item.   

    FOOD POLICY: Please note the following change regarding food policies: If your child will be at school during breakfast or lunch, please DO NOT send the following food/drink items: hot chocolates, Gatorade, any colored drinks, pizza lunchables, cinnamon roll lunchables.  We have had bad experiences with these items in the past; as a result, they are no longer allowed in the building. 

    COMING ATTRACTIONS

    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Nov 11th for Veteran’s Day
    • Parent conferences for K-6th grade, Nov 14-15th
    • Thanksgiving Feast, Nov 22nd
    • Off-Week, Nov 25-29
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Nov 28-29 for Thanksgiving
    • Eagle Cruise for 3rd-6th, Dec 6th
    • Christmas Program, Dec 14th
    • Christmas parties, Dec 20th
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Dec 23-25 for Christmas
    • Christmas break, Dec 26-Jan 3

    ALL PAPERS WILL BE SENT HOME EACH FRIDAY

    HOMEWORK:

    Monday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 1-20 1x, write sentence 1x “Mom is fast.”, practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Tuesday night: write first and last name 1x, write numbers 1-20 1x, write sentence 1x, “I am a kid.” practice SAYING phone number and address 10x

    Wednesday night: No homework; parent conferences Thursday

    Thursday night: No homework; parent conferences Friday

    ADDITIONAL HOMEWORK OPTIONS:

    *Finding homework too easy for your child?  If it works for your home, you can add the following supplemental ideas each night: (make a note to teacher on their homework so they can receive bonus points for the extra work) 

    • Read to parent out loud for 5 minutes
    • Write 5 addition math problems
    • Write 5 subtraction math problems
    • Practice flashcards for sight words: . ?  ! a after again am an and any are as at been by can color come dad do does don’t from give go goes had has he her him I into in is it just know let like love may me mom my no of on put said see she some the there to want was we what where who won’t you your red orange yellow green blue purple one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

     

  • KINDERGARTEN NEWSLETTER - WEEK 9

    CCA Kindergarten “News and Notes”  November 4, 2019

    Mrs. Young can be reached at school from 7:00 – 9:00am every day at (208) 773-5200 or you can email at: mrsyoung@live.com

    PAJAMA DAY FRIDAY!!!  Kids can wear pajamas/costume and bring a stuffed animal and blanket.

    SCHOOL & DAYCARE CLOSED MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 in honor of Veteran’s Day.

    STRING FOR GLOVES – We are recommending everyone do the following with their child and their gloves/mittens: Get a long piece of string, ribbon, or yarn that you match to the length of your kid’s wingspan.  Tie the string to both mittens/gloves (you may need to make a small hole and a knot, but it’s worth it in the longrun).  Then run one mitten/glove and the string through both sleeves of the coat.  The mittens/gloves will then just hang out the bottom of the sleeves and we will spend less time searching for lost gloves.

    SNOW CLOTHES: Hate to say it but it’s time to get those snow clothes packed and ready!!  When snow is on the ground, kids need ALL FIVE THINGS to go outside.  All five things means: winter coat that zips, hood/hat, snow pants, snow boots, gloves; kids who do not bring their snow things will have to sit in the preschool during recess (which is not is much fun as playing outside).  Kids can also prepare to bring sleds for recess.  All sleds need their name in permanent marker in BIG LETTERS.

    PARENT CONFERENCES are being scheduled now; please see your child’s teacher for a date/time.

    THANKSGIVING FEAST:  Parents are invited to come “feast” with their kiddo on November 22.  The event is 9-11:30.  Feasting begins at 11am.  There is a sign up sheet outside our classroom for each child to bring one item.   

    END OF QUARTER 1: The first quarter ends November 8.  Report cards will be sent home at parent conferences.

    FOOD POLICY: Please note the following change regarding food policies: If your child will be at school during breakfast or lunch, please DO NOT send the following food/drink items: hot chocolates, Gatorade, any colored drinks, pizza lunchables, cinnamon roll lunchables.  We have had bad experiences with these items in the past; as a result, they are no longer allowed in the building. 

    COMING ATTRACTIONS

    • End of 1st Quarter, Nov 8th
    • SCHOOL AND DAYCARE CLOSED Nov 11th for Veteran’s Day
    • Parent conferences for K-6th grade, Nov 14-15