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COMPUTER LAB

Tuesdays  9:10-9:50

 

LIBRARY

Thursdays 8:30-9:00

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Upcoming Events

7/18: Walk Thru Registration

       8:30am-1:00pm

       4:30pm-7:00pm

7/26: First Day of School

9/3: No School - Holiday

9/7: No School - Staff Dev Day

10/1-10/12: No School - Fall Break

11/1: No School - Staff Dev Day

11/19-11/23: No School - Holiday

12/20: Minimum Day

12/21-1/4: No School - Winter Break

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 Every Monday your child will receive a homework packet.  Do a little each evening then return them all on Friday.  Please read with your child for 15-30 minutes daily as well.

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Starting July 27, 2017, Gehringer is implementing a “non-food birthday treats” policy. No food is to be distributed for birthday celebrations.  Instead, you can choose a book to donate to the classroom and come and read it to the class.  If you choose to bring something for the students, pencils, erasers, or stickers are a good choice.

Kathy Jarrett

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First Grade will be celebrating families on Thursday, September 27. The event will begin at 11:45 with lunch. Students will perform about 1:00. Students may be signed out following the performance if you would like.

Families are encouraged to bring lunch, blankets, shade umbrellas, etc. for the picnic lunch. Lunch is not provided for families. Hot lunch is still available to purchase for students.

The event will take place on the far grass area behind the classrooms and beyond the fence area.

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Drop Off Pass

Starting Monday Aug 6th ALL ADULTS that are planning on staying on campus in the morning need to head into the office to obtain your drop off pass. This pass allows you to stay on campus until the 8:10 bell. Once the bell rings you must exit the campus. If you wanted to stay after the bell rings you need to sign in

at office and receive another pass. This is for the safety of all students! These passes are good all year long. Once school year is over you turn them back in at the office.

 

FIRST GRADE SNEAK-A-PEEK AND OPEN HOUSE

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25

 

2:00-3:00

SNEAK-A-PEEK

Drop by with your first grader to meet me and see our classroom!

 

5:00-6:30

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

(Adults only please)

SUPPLIES YOUR FIRST GRADER WILL NEED FOR SCHOOL

1 large pencil box                     

1 box of 24 twistable crayons                               

2 boxes of laddie pencils

erasers                                                  

3 jumbo glue sticks

1 bottle of glue   

1 one-inch loose leaf binder                         

1 primary composition book                          

1 watercolor paint set with brush                    

1 homework folder with pockets 

labeled with your child’s name.

              

*No pencil sharpeners please!          

They create a huge mess!              

I have an electric sharpener.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calendar

Welcome!

A special THANK YOU to all the volunteers who take time from their busy day to help out in the classroom.  Your presence makes a huge difference for each and every student!

 

 

PE-  We have P.E. 200 minutes within every ten day period. Your child should wear or bring shoes that allow him/her to participate in our P.E. program every day. Our typical day includes 20-30 minutes of physical education.

 

Also, bring a water bottle each day with your child's name on it.

 

OUR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LANGUAGE ARTS & SCIENCE UNITS FOR THE YEAR

JULY/AUGUST - COLORS AND RAINBOWS

 

UNIT 1 - AUG/SEPT

   MY FAMILY - What Makes a Family?

 

UNIT 2 - SEPT/OCT

   SHOOT FOR THE SUN - When is something alive?

 

UNIT 3 - OCT/NOV 

   TO YOUR FRONT DOOR - How do we get what we need?

 

UNIT 4 - NOV/DEC

   GROWING AND CHANGING - How do animals change as they grow?

 

UNIT 5 - JAN/FEB  

   CREATURE FEATURES - How are animals different?

 

UNIT 6 - MAR/APR

   UP IN THE AIR - What's wild about weather?

 

UNIT 7 - APR/MAY

   THEN AND NOW - What's different about then and now?

 

UNIT 8 - MAY/JUNE

   GET OUT THE MAP - Why do we need maps?

 

 

ENGAGE NEW YORK MATH UNITS FOR THE YEAR

Module 1: Sums and Differences to 10 

Module 2: Introduction to Place Value Through Addition and Subtraction Within 20 

Module 3: Ordering and Comparing Length Measurements as Numbers 

Module 4: Place Value, Comparison, Addition and Subtraction to 40 

Module 5: Identifying, Composing, and Partitioning Shapes 

Module 6: Place Value, Comparison, Addition and Subtraction to 100 

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ATTENDANCE MESSAGE




Get off to a good start, “Attend today, achieve for a lifetime!”

Attendance is an important life skill that will help students graduate from college and keep a job.

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WISH LIST

 

White board cleaner

Baby Wipes

Sheet protectors

Extra Large Glue Sticks

Stickers

Band-aides

Twistable Crayons

Laddie Pencils

 

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DAILY SCHEDULE

8:15-8:30        

Penmanship/Grammar

 

8:30-9:15        

Phonics

UA Workshop

 

9:15-10:00       

Reading/Writing

Science/Social Studies

 

10:00-10:15     

Recess

 

10:15-10:30

Phonemic Awareness

 

10:30-11:00

MIND UP/ELD

 

11:00-12:00    

Learning Stations

Reading/Writing/Science/

Social Studies/Vocabulary

 

12:00-12:35    

Lunch

 

12:35-1:50

Math/Workshop/Calendar

 

1:50-2:15

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