Morning Message for February 7

Today’s Fri-Yay feature is a Beauvoir teacher who is new to Beauvoir this year! You may have seen this friend in the first-grade hallway with her lovely Angoras!! Use the clues below to guess who this teacher is. When you figure it out, be sure to tell her about her Friday Shout-Out!!! Have a wonderful…

National Read a Book Day

Dear Families and Caregivers, Did you know that today is National Read a Book Day, a celebration observed annually on February 6? We invite you to join us this day (and every day) to recognize this important recreational activity. Did you know that reading books to children is one of the most important factors leading…

Morning Message for February 6

Happy Thursday Friends! Below is a description of my friend, Amy. Can you help me determine which Beauvoir Life Rule Amy is practicing? At home and at school Amy takes care of herself, her friends and her environment. She does the right thing even when no one is looking. Amy is dependable and honest. She…

Morning Message for February 5

Happy Math Morning! Can you help solve this problem? The children in Mr. Campbell’s Kindergarten class were having a birthday party. Four of the children ate cupcakes. Six of the students enjoyed lollipops, nine took home balloons and one child blew out the candles. See the questions below! How many more children enjoyed lollipops than cupcakes?…

Morning Message for February 4

Dear Friends, Happy Tuesday!!! On this very day in the year 1913, Rosa Parks was born. Rosa Parks was an American activist in the civil rights movement. She is best known for her pivotal role in the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott. In 1999, President Clinton awarded Ms. Parks a Congressional Gold Medal. The Congressional Gold…