Attendance Much of our learning will take place together in class. We do lots of hands-on activities and group work. Please plan to attend school every day, except in cases of illness or emergency! Students need to be in the classroom by
7:55 and we will leave the room at 2:55. is for Behavior We use ClassDojo to track good and bad choices in class. I encourage all parents to sign up
for this web-based program, so you can monitor your students behavior during the day. We will also be celebrating achievements, both academic and behavioral, with Brag Tags. is for
Communication Please feel free to contact me by e-mail: [email protected] or call me at school 357-7450 with questions or concerns at any time. You can also send a note in your child's CAMP folder and I will get back with you as soon as possible.
is for Daily 5 Our class uses the Daily 5 model for reading instruction. This structure gives students independent practice time to learn the skills being taught. When it is up and running smoothly, students will be engaged in the Daily Five, which is comprised of: Read to Self Working with Words
Interactive Journals Reading with Technology Work with a Teacher This year your student will be learning letters, sounds, phonics, and sight words. We will be working on writing
and comprehension of stories, as well. This is all preparation to get your student ready to read and understand! 1. Read to Self 2. Interactive Journals
3. Reading with Technology 4. Work with Words 5. Work with a teacher This year in math your student will learn shapes, numbers to 100, number sense, skip counting,
adding, and subtracting. Every nine weeks you will get a breakdown of all the skills. This will help continue the learning at home. This year in science we will be studying plants, mothers and their
offspring, space, weather, materials on Earth, life cycles, growth and change, five senses, needs of living things, solids and liquids, physical properties of matter, and motion. This year in social studies we will be studying our culture and culture and
traditions around the world, economics, geography, government and civic responsibilities, and history. is for Emergencies Please make sure we have to correct emergency information on file for your student. If phone numbers change, you can call or send a note so your students file can be updated.
is for Field Trips Our class will be going on two field trips this year. Permission slips must be returned for your child to attend. We will send these slips home in advance of any trip. If your child has three office referrals, the school may
determine that attending the field trip is not an option for them. is for Gym Our class will have gym on Thursday every week. Please make sure your
student wears tennis shoes on this day. is for Homework Your student will have homework Monday through Thursday. It should take about 10-20 minutes and must come back to school the next day in the folder.
is for Independence Your Kindergartener is capable of doing many things by themselves. We try to help and encourage them to do their best and think on their own.
is for Journals We will be using journals in reading, math, science, and social studies. These activities are a great way to collect all your students thinking in one spot. is for Kindness
We will learn about being kind to others and ourselves every day. We will learn how to treat others the way we want to be treated. is for Lunch Our lunch time if from 11:20 until 11:45. If you come in during this time, be sure to sign in at the office and pick up a visitor's pass. Our school receives a grant that allows all students to receive a free lunch.
is for Money When sending money to school, please put it in an envelope or baggie, and label it with its purpose. You can place it in your students folder.
is for Newsletters Newsletters with class updates, learning goals, and current happenings will be sent home weekly to keep parents informed of any new information. is for Orders Just about once a month, a book order form will come home from Scholastic. This is a great way to purchase books
inexpensively, while helping our class earn points towards other items! is for Parties If you would like to help with a class party or provide snacks or favors, please let me know! Parent letters will be sent home for parties. is for
Quizzes Your students progress will be monitored in the classroom. Students will be assessed in many different ways throughout the year, including but not limited to, daily checks, teacher observation, activities, their written work, formative assessments,
and summative assessments. is for Reading Students will be learning alphabet, sounds, phonics, and sight words throughout the year to get them started on their way to reading. Please practice letters, sounds, and sight words, as well as, read with your student every night. is for
Snack We have an afternoon snack every day. Please make healthy choices and remember we are peanut free. is for
Teachers Students will meet and have a variety of teachers. They will attend Related Arts classes every day. Students will also have our Kindergarten assistant, Lesa Malone during some class times and activities. Some students may also work with Mrs. Amiee Ellis during JETS time. is for Useful Each week 9 students will have special jobs. The jobs are line leader, door holder, lights, weather person,
calendar helper, messenger, computers, lunch count, and attendance. These will rotate weekly. is for Volunteers We love volunteers! I have a sign-up sheet for various jobs that we may need help with during the year. If you are interested, please sign up.
Also be sure to sign up on the school volunteer sheet. is for Website Our school website is updated weekly. Go visit our page to see all the events happening at Carters Valley. www.hck12.net/cves
is for EXtra Supplies If you are able to help with additional supplies, please pick a star from the board. These items include tissues, extra glue, expo markers, etc. is for You You are your childs first and most
important teacher. I hope that we can work together this year to make your childs kindergarten school year a huge success! is for Zzzzz Be sure to get lots of rest each night. School is hard work, but we have lots of fun, too.
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