Mrs. Brouhle's Kindergarten
Class and School Procedures
To contact me:
E- Mail: abrouhle@usrschoolsK8.com
Voice Mail : 201-961-6300 x2103AbsenteesPlease call the school's attendance office (ext. 6376) if your child will be absent due to illness. If your child will be absent due to a vacation or a religious holiday, please notify the school in advance.
Please know that any classwork or homework that will be missed if you are on a vacation will not be given to you prior to you leaving as it is school policy. The work will be completed by your child upon return and any notes will be collected and given to you then as well
TardinessThe school day begins at 7:55a.m. Children will be marked tardy if they arrive after 8:00 a.m. If your child arrives after that time, please escort him/her to the attendance office for a late pass.
Changes in Transportation
Each child has a regular dismissal schedule that the school and I are aware of. If for any reason this schedule changes, please send a note stating how or to whom your child should be dismissed. If no written note is received, your child will be sent home by his/her usual method of transportation.
All medications should be given to the nurse if taken during school hours.
We will celebrate in the classroom. No treats/food are allowed in to school this year for these occassions.
For those children who celebrate a summer birthday, we will arrange to celebrate on an individual day in the month of June.
Distance Learning and Notices
Your child's take-home folder should come home to you every weekday afternoon and return to school every weekday. This special folder has been provided so that notices and work can travel neatly. All notes for the teacher, office, PTO and such must come to school in the "Notes" section of the folder. Your child checks this pocket when they arrive to class before placing it away for the day. Remind your child to do the same once they come home. Please make it a part of your child's daily routine to pack and unpack their own backpack in front of you (with your help and guidance). Ask your child to review their work with you when it is still "fresh" in their minds! They are so proud of their work and want to share it with you.