Now, there’s an evidence that she’s doing well in her class! ^_^ I’m so proud of my baby! Oooppss… she doesn’t want to be called baby anymore, instead she wants to be called ‘ATE‘.
Hubby is the one who picked up the report card, so I didn’t get the chance to ask a lot of questions regarding my Little Zoie’s performance in class. But of course, according to her class adviser, Teacher Gen: she’s participating well in class, the teacher’s little assistant, and the only one who enthusiastically answers the teacher whenever she asked questions regarding the day’s lessons. The remarks are all positive! ^_^
Way to go, my Little Zoie! Keep up the good work!
The most awaited day comes… ^_^
The day started rainy and I’m afraid we’ll be missing the first day because of it. Good thing it stopped an hour before we left the house.
I was kinda anxious because this will be a whole new experience for us, a new routine. I’m worried that I will be managing a new time management because of this but at the same time I’m excited as she is.
As usual like in her summer class days last year, we came early for school. Her classes starts at 9:30 in the morning until 12 noon. But 9:30 has passed but there are only 2 students for Kinder 1. Sigh, that’s what I don’t like in our tradition, people come in late from the designated time. And worst, it is also affecting children’s time of learning. Tsk tsk. Hopefully, this is will go through the whole school year.
Now, that the first day went well. My Little Zoie didn’t cry when I left her, she’s a big girl already. I’m sharing few photos of her first day of school.
With Teacher Gen… she’s also my cousin.
As I picked her up after class, I saw her playing with her classmates while waiting for me. ^_^
At the building’s lobby where the little pre-school and SPED are located.
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