Welcome To Mrs. Lee’s

    Kindergarten Website!


    Important Information To Start the Year:

    It is always fun to shop for new school supplies!  You child will not need anything for school other than a book bag that can fit a pocket folders.  Since we do not know how this year will go, I highly recommend putting together a School Tool Kit for your child at home.  You can keep the tools in a pencil box, cups, or whatever you’d like to use to keep them organized.  😊

    Some things to include…

    *kid scissors

    *glue bottle or glue sticks

    *#2 regular pencils


    *crayons/colored pencils/markers- any or all of these are great!  We don’t use markers a ton in school since they bleed through paper, but we do use them when rainbow writing letters/words.


    *watercolors- not necessary, but can be a fun way to write letters/words


    Other ideas. . . 

    -set up a workspace for you child.  If we are learning virtually at any point it is important that your child has a designated workspace.  This would be a place to keep at home tools and whatever technology your child will be using.  

    -have 2 boxes or containers for school.  We will be sending home books and games during the year that your child can read or play multiple times to practice that skill.  


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    If you are interested in donating items to our classroom, feel free to check out our Amazon wish list!  https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/30IWWJAAIXU1F?ref_=wl_share

     Thank you :)

       E-mail is the easiest and fastest way to get in touch with me. Sometimes, your first e-mail will get filtered out by the SPAM system (happens most frequently with Comcast e-mail addresses), so if I do not respond to your e-mail within 24 hours during the school week, please call or send a print out of the e-mail in so I can add your name to our e-mail contact list. There have even been instances where a parent will be able to send me an e-mail and then as updates to our systems occur that e-mail will be filtered out.
Last Modified on August 21, 2023