During this challenging time, please remember that I am here for you and your child! At this time, please check out the at-home learning activities and digital resources provided by the county. You can access these by clicking on the links below.
Please remember to check out the weekly activities planned by the first grade teachers, which are available on Google Classroom. We strongly encourage your child to work on these activities for about 60 minutes each day to maintain and strengthen skills previously taught. I would love for you to send me pictures and videos of what your child works on at home!
Also, don't forget about our excellent computer programs, such as Lexia, Raz-Kids & Dreambox!
If you have any questions, or if you are in need of support at home, please do not hesitate to contact me! I will continue to update you with more information and ideas as they are shared with me. Take care and stay healthy!
Thank you for visiting my website. This is a great place to check often for up-to-date information about upcoming events, homework, projects, and what is happening in our 1st grade classroom.
First grade is such an exciting grade level to teach! Students are learning how to read independently, write stories, and learn how numbers are connected. It is always so enjoyable to see how much progress students make over the course of the school year. Students will have numerous opportunities to work with other classmates to help build teamwork skills and discover how to work in a group. We will not only learn a lot of new and exciting things this year, but we will also have fun while learning!
To go along with our school's health and wellness initiative, and also to include students with food allergies, I have a list of snacks that students can bring in for birthdays:
- non food items (trinkets, pencils, etc.)
- fresh fruit
- fruit snacks
- pudding cups
- cheese sticks
- candy such as skittles, starbursts, smarties, etc.
Please check your child's blue communication folder nightly to ensure all required forms are signed and returned. Thank you!
General Mills box tops are collected throughout the year, and pages will be sent home monthly to glue box tops onto. Thanks for your help in supporting our school - all of those box tops can really add up!