This site is a wonderful way to stay connected throughout the year and it is loaded with information that I hope you will find helpful!
Please Read to Your Child Daily - You may want to establish a nightly routine of a bedtime story. When reading to your child, start asking questions about the story. Ask how the characters are feeling. Talk about the sequence of events (beginning, middle, and end). Ask your child to predict the ending or make up a different ending. Sound out words together. Look for words that start and/or end with the same letter, words that rhyme, etc.
For 2019-20 School Year
1 - Pencil Box
2 - Yellow Highlighters
4 - Black Expo Whiteboard Markers
2 - Pink Pearl Erasers
4 - Crayola Crayons, 24-count
4 - Glue Sticks, Large
1 - Scissors, Fiskars blunt tip
2 - Two-pocket Folders
1 - Back Pack/Book Bag - regular sized (please write student's name)
1 - Kleenex, 150-200 count (student's name not necessary)
1 - Clorox Wipes (student's name not necessary)
1 - Baby Wipes (student's name not necessary)
1 - Hand Sanitizer (student's name not necessary)
Note - Teacher will provide pencils
Our Daily Schedule
2019-20 School Year
8:25 to 8:30 - Attendance/Lunch Count
8:30 to 9:15 - Core English Language Arts
9:15 to 9:30 - Recess
9:30 to 9:40 - Snack, Story Time
9:40 to 10:10 - English Language Arts WIN Time
10:10 to 10:15 - Flex Time
10:15 to 11:00 - Core Math
11:00 to 11:50 - Penmanship, Social Studies, Science
11:50 to 12:20 - Lunch
12:20 to 12:50 - Math WIN Time (What I Need)
12:50 to 1:10 - Star Student, Story Time
1:10 to 1:25 - Recess
1:25 to 2:05 - PE/Music/STEM
2:05 to 2:50 - Writing, Art, Center Time
The Wednesday Early Dismissal/Activity Schedule is listed in the News section.
A Message to Remember...
Children need a laptop. Not a computer, but a human laptop. Moms, dads, grannies and grandpas, aunts, uncles – someone to hold them, read to them, teach them. Loved ones who will embrace them and pass on experience, rituals and knowledge of a hundred previous generations. Loved ones who will pass to the next generation their expectations of them, their hopes, and their dreams.
- General Colin L. Powell, Founder of America’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth