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Petroglyph PTA

Victoria Haney Locker

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Mrs. Tori

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This year your Kindergartener will……

Write, build, experiment, sing, laugh, estimate, paint, share, practice, count, explore, draw, explain, read, wonder, discover, and PLAY! 

My Beliefs

I recognize parents as the primary educators and believe that a good parent teacher relationship is necessary for maximum school success.

I believe students learn best through hands-on activities and in a safe environment that promotes learning.

I believe learning should be meaningful and should build connections to prior knowledge or experiences.

I believe children learn differently, but all children are able to learn. 


Your child will have a S.T.A.R binder (Students Take Academic Responsibility). Their binder will come home every night. It has his/her school work and any other important papers that I need for you to review. PLEASE CHECK AND CLEAN OUT YOUR CHILD’S BINDER EVERYDAY and make sure it is returned to school in your child’s backpack. You should use binder to send in notes or return written materials such as field trip permission slips, book orders, PTA request, etc. This is our main avenue of communication. A monthly newsletter will be sent home and will keep you updated with our areas of study and important classroom information. You may also email me at . 

Tips for Parents

Make sure your child is getting plenty of sleep and is ready for school each day.

Put your child’s name on all of their personal belongings

Read with your child every night!

Pack an extra set of clothes in your child’s backpack

Have your child wear comfortable clothes to school

Please keep toys at home 

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