Read Across America Comes To MDLKC!

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

The Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center is gearing up for a week of Seussical fun!

Monday, 2/29 – Cozy Up to a Good Book- Wear your pajamas!Seuss-quotes-1

Tuesday, 3/1 – Fox in Socks- Wear crazy socks!

Wednesday, 3/2 Dress as Your Favorite Character!

1. Bring the book

2. We will have a spirit assembly, Kennett High Schools students will visit to read,

and Mystery Readers!

Thursday, 3/3 – Thing 1 and Thing 2 Day – Wear a crazy hat or crazy hair!

Friday, 3/4 – Funky Friday – Wear mismatched, backward, or silly clothing!

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2016-2017 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2016-2017 school year will begin on Tuesday, March 1 and continue through Thursday, March 31, 2016, with the exception of March 21 through 25. Parents can pick up a registration packet at the main office of the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center after February 15, 2016.

Once the packet is completed, you must contact the Student Registration Office at 610-444-4235 to schedule an appointment to finalize the registration process.

Parents new to kindergarten for the 2016-2017 school year are invited to the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center’s “Kindergarten Kickoff” for an information session and building tour to be held at the Kindergarten Center on Thursday, March 3, 2016, for parents whose last name begins with A – M and on Thursday, March 10, 2016, for parents whose last name begins with N – Z. Both sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m.

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Partnering with the Kennett Area Senior Center for Inter-Generational Snowflake Project

Students from Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center made 294 snowflakes for the Kennett Area Senior Center in a recent project called Snowflakes for Seniors. Together, students created a Winter Wonderland that was not only exciting, but rewarding, because students had the opportunity to do something special for their fellow community members.DSC_0010

“Each snowflake was unique just like the students who made them,” commented Mrs. April Reynolds, principal of the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center. “The students learned that sharing is caring and they certainly care about their Kennett seniors.”

The snowflake crafts made by the students were used in collaboration with the Kennett Area Senior Center’s annual holiday appeal. This appeal is sent to the senior center’s donors requesting a donation to support the work of Kennett Area Senior Center. For each gift of $100 or more, one of the student’s snowflakes was hung from the ceiling of the Kennett Area Senior Center creating a blizzard throughout the building.

“The snowflake project was very successful,” commented Mrs. Anita O’Connor, executive director of the Kennett Area Senior Center. “I would like to thank the children and their teachers, on behalf of our seniors and donors.”

Founded in 1972, the Kennett Area Senior Center is a private community-based charitable organization, whose mission is to preserve and enhance the dignity and well-being of adults 50 years of age and older who live in more than 13 municipalities in southern Chester County (and beyond). The Kennett Area Senior Center is located at 427 South Walnut Street, Kennett Square, 19348. To learn more about the Kennett Area Senior Center, interested readers should visit the senior center’s website, call the senior center at 610-444-4819, or stop by during normal business hours.

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Ronald McDonald Comes to Mary D. Lang!

Students at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center were treated to a fantastic friendship assembly, Ronald McDonald’s Friendship Adventures, by the Dukart Family. The kids had a BLAST and learned a ton about friendship and how to deal with bullying. A big thank you to the Dukart Family for this amazing experience! Ronald even had a little surprise for Miss Schwendeman. (Let’s just say clowns are not her favorite!)

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MDLKC Celebrates 100 Days of School!

On February 11, students at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center reached a milestone in their kindergarten year. They celebrated the 100th day of school! Now the 100th day of school might not seem like much to us adults, but to the kids this was an AWESOME day!! The projects that went along with the day were as unique in each class as the day itself! Some classes had students bring in projects while others completed projects in school. We hope you enjoy the photos of the amazing work that is happening at the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center.

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MDLKC Movie Night is One in a Minion!

On January 29, students from the Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center and their families filled the school’s cafeteria for a movie night to remember! The families watched the movie Minions. Families were greeted with treats, beverages, and cool minion goggles by the Parent Event Committee. IMG_9165 IMG_9169 IMG_9183 IMG_9168 IMG_9174

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Spirit Days

I’ve got spirit. Yes, I do! I’ve got spirit. How about you? Every month we show our school spirit by having Spirit Assemblies. During our assemblies, we greet one another, share, complete fun-engaging activities, celebrate our successes, and hear important information about upcoming events. Not to mention, our school mascot, Langley the Lion, makes a special appearance.

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Pajama/Polar Express Day

Choo-choo! The Polar Express arrived at Mary D. Lang Kindergarten Center on December 18th. Our students were dressed to impress in their favorite pajamas and smiles that stretched ear to ear. Not only did we watch the movie, we had a school-wide dance party, and received our very own bell from the one and only… Santa!

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Holidays Around the World

In December, our students traveled around the world to learn about December holidays. They traveled to India, Mexico, Sweden, China, and many other countries. Our students rotated to a different country (classroom) over the course of five days. There was singing, dancing, games, and fun activities to make this activity unforgettable!

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American Education Week!

Monday, November 16th is Hat Day – Wear a hat because it’s “Hats off” to American Education Week!

Tuesday, November 17th is Number Day – Wear a shirt with a number on it to show the importance of math!

Wednesday, November 18th is Read Me Day – Wear a shirt with words on it and bring your favorite book to school.

Thursday, November 19th is Dress for Success Day – Come to school dressed to impress!

Friday, November 20th is Color Day – Wear blue and white to show your school spirit.

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