Austin, Kaylee, Hannah, Alyssa,Ashlynn, and Gwyneth all earned 100% on their big Core 2 math test! Keep up the great work!
9:12- 9:30 Morning math
9:30- 10:35 Walk-to-read
10:35- 11:35 Math
11:35- 12:15 Specialist
12:25- 1:05 Lunch & Recess
1:05- 1:30 Read Aloud
1:30- 2:00 Opportunity Time (Math)
2:00- 2:35 Reading
2:35- 3:05 Writing, Science, or Social Studies
3:05- 3:20 Recess
3:20- 3:40 Vocabulary
3:45 Go Home
As you can see, we have a VERY busy schedule. We don't waste a minute of the day. So PLEASE have your child to school on time, all day, every day if possible.
Tuesday- PE (wear appropriate clothing)
Library check-out every-other week(bring your library book)
November Students of the Month
Writing Sudents- Molly and McKenzie
To the parents who have sent in snack, helped in the classroom. We not only have a wonderful group of students this year, we supportive parents. Thank you!!!
Your child may be talking about becoming a Self-Manager. If you would like to know more about this program, I have posted a list of criteria and the benefits of being a Self-Manager under the Class Forms & Permission Slips link on our classroom website. Our current Self-Managers are; Midori, Kyan, Molly, Austin, Anton, Kaylee, Clinton, Hannah, Alyssa, Kamron, Emily, Maria, Joe, Ashlynn, Antonio, Logan, Grace, Isyss, Christian, McKenzie, Kaiden, Vanessa, and Gwyneth. We have a very responsible class! They have the chance to earn their badges every Friday.
Helping us to make the right choices.
1. Name the trouble (That's trouble, that is bullying!)
2. Tell the consequences (if we do that we might get sent to the principal's office)
3. Give a new idea (instead of that let's go play wall-ball)
4. Tell the person If you want to play with me I'll be (paying wall-ball)
5. Walk backwards while you talk (you are silently leading your friend away from trouble)
6. Go play (wall-ball)
We have been working on a great strategy to stay out of trouble when our friends mayIt is hard to tell friends NO. Have them act this out with you or a sibling at home. The more they practice, the better chance they will actually use it!