Keep parents in the loop with a cute classroom newsletter format. With pictures of cartoon school buses, apples, and globes, as well as clearly designated spaces for information, the template is a great way to summarize the past week of learning.
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- Use the newsletter for announcements, reminders, and any upcoming projects
- Text fields in PDF allow you to type in your own messages
- Sections include: Look at What We Learned! News, Student of the Month, Reminders, and Parent Tip
- Unable to change headings in text fields (though you could find another way to change them)
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