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Welcome to Pansophia

Dear Pansophia Family,

 

  March 28nd, brings the end of our third quarter. I know this is an outdated statement, but this year has really flown by. Springtime reminds me that everything comes to life. At the end of winter much of nature (trees, flowers, and bushes) looks dead. There’s nothing green anywhere. The plants and trees appear completely lifeless. But I know there is still life in them and they will come back like new with some warmth and sunshine. March brings promise to all of us. I keep thinking we have many weeks of school left and high expectations for each of our students here at Pansophia to continue to make great strides in their academic skills.

 

 It has been said in a variety of ways that families are a child’s first and most influential teacher. We believe that and rely heavily on our partnership with you to educate your child. Pansophia’s children learn important skills here at school and at home. At home, through hands-on, minds-on, everyday experiences, children gain background knowledge. We know that children who have these rich experiences outside of school have an easier time learning to read, developing math skills, and understanding science concepts. We hope that you continue to make learning a part of your family routine at home to gain this important background knowledge for lifelong learning.

 

  • ways to Raise a Reader

 

  • Read to your child every day. It’s never too early to start, even newborns respond to hearing you read.

 

  • Continue reading together even after you child learns to read. Older children still enjoy listening to others read.

 

  • Make stories come alive for your child when you read. Be animated and use different voices.

 

  • Be Patient. Let your child read aloud at his or her own pace. Offer help only when needed.

 

  • Discuss what you read together. Ask questions, and listen attentively to your child’s answers.

 

  • Make reading time special. Cuddle up in a quiet, comfortable spot. Your child will associate reading with feeling secure, relaxed and loved.

 

  • Encourage your child to read a least 15 minutes a day, either to your or independently.

 

  • Take along your child’s favorite books wherever you go. Read on the bus, in line at the store, or in waiting rooms.

 

  • Take your child to the library often and check out a variety of age appropriate reading materials.

 

  • Be a role model, read on your own. By seeing how much you enjoy reading, your child will learn that it’s a great source of information and fun.

 

 

Remember: By encouraging your child to read, you are helping to ensure school success.

 

“Raising good kids is not easy. There are no college courses on the subject, by the time you are experienced at it, you are out of a job.” Anonymous

 

 

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Steven T Palmer

Principal

 

 

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Our 3rd Bus is here. Please expect a phone call tonight to let you know times for a pick-up and drop-off time. If you do not receive a call please let us know at 517-395-7451. We hope to have the new routes in place this week.
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