Second Grade News Citizenship Projects Mrs. Reynolds December 2, 2011 During November, each class does something special for our school as a citizenship project. Our class visited Cocoa and Caring Mrs. Jacob’s Kindergarten class and taught the students how to play a math game called The core value emphasized during “Top It.” December is caring. During the Cocoa and Caring celebration, Southeast opens its Last Call for Gently-Used Baby Socks doors to students and their families. Everyone comes together to make a product We are still accepting donations of gently donation and to create special gifts for used baby socks. These socks will be used members of our community. to create catnip toys during Cocoa and Caring. These catnip toys will be given to Some of the activities will include making Tails and to the DeKalb County Animal cards for soldiers and elderly patients, Shelter. making door decorations for patients in hospital facilities, and making catnip toys The socks can either be dropped off at the for local animal shelters. In addition, office or sent in with your child. families will have an opportunity to get together while sharing a cup of warm cocoa Caring and Sharing Reminder and some great cookies! As stated in an earlier newsletter, th This year our 10 annual Cocoa and Caring Mrs. Meyer, our school nurse, and I are celebration takes place next Tuesday, working together to help a Southeast family. December 6, from 6:00 to 7:30p.m. Please Instead of purchasing a “gift for the check the Friday Folder for the “2nd grade teacher,” please consider using that money list” of suggested items for donation. to make a contribution to this family. With your cash donations, it is our hope that we will not only be able to assist with some daily needs for this family but also to provide some special holiday gifts for the children. Please send your contributions in an envelope with your child’s name and “Caring and Sharing” written on the outside. Hope to see you there! **Chapped lips are an uncomfortable “side effect” of the increased cold weather.** Please consider sending chapstick to school with your child.
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