Back to School

Riley
Grove Elementary
“My Kindergarten teacher was real nice, and she taught me how to count by 2’s & 5’s & 10’s.

 

Riley 
My Small Wonders

“I hope that you have a lot of fun I think that you will have the funnest time in your life.”

 

Sam
Primrose School

“Don’t be rude to the teachers and be good listeners.”

 

Jaiden
Primrose School

“School is great and beautiful with fun days and a great time.”

 

Elijah
Primrose School

“Do a great job so you’ll do Math good.”

 

Kaeden
Cross Timbers

If you are at school and a big storm comes don’t be afraid because you will be safe in your Kindergarten class.”

 

John
Clergern

“My Kindergarten teacher was real nice, but you need to remember to shut the door when you come into the room.”

 

Lainey
Russell Dougherty

“In Kindergarten you should say yes Ma’am to your teacher and if it’s a boy say sir.”

 

Jacob
My Small Wonders

“Don’t be hateful to other people.”

 

Taylor
My Small Wonders

“When you first start school, you’ll have to get used to new teachers, new classmates, and doing worksheets. But, whenever it’s time to go home, sometimes you don’t want to leave. The #1 rule is to have fun.”

 

Major
Russell Dougherty

“Don’t run in the halls and make sure your desk is clean when you are in first grade.”

 

Brian 
Prairie Vale

“Get a lot of sleep because school days are looooong! Try your best, and have a “happy” teacher like I did.”

 

Lauren
Prairie Vale

“Don’t be scared, it will be so much fun. You’ll read lots of books, learn how to add and subtract, and lots of other stuff. Your teacher will be very nice.”

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