Wow! It is hard to believe that we are in our last week of January. Students are working hard to settle back into routines after days off. We had the wonderful opportunity to watch our stories come to life with the Imagination Machine last week. A big THANK YOU to our PTA for providing this fun-filled opportunity. Teachers will continue to assess students this week to see all the progress they are making in reading. We will enjoy Oral Presentations this week as students share about their favorite toy. Thank you for helping your child prepare. We have lots to look forward to in the month of February with the 100th Day of School, Day of Play, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day, and more. Please stay tuned for lots of updates coming your way.
This week is the Great Kindness Challenge. Head to
https://thegreatkindnesschallenge.com/ for resources and ideas to spread kindness as a family.
We hope you all had a wonderful four-day weekend and enjoyed some extra time together.
We are back into the busy swing of things in 1st grade! It has been so wonderful to hear all about each other’s winter breaks and to set some goals for the remainder of the school year.
As we approach the 1/2 mark this week, we encourage students to remember to practice sight words (high frequency words) each week and to practice math facts and read nightly. Thank you for your continued support.
Happy New Year! Welcome 2020! We are looking forward to a fabulous week as we welcome all of our sweet Bengals back to the routine. We hope that you all had wonderful time with family and friends and are looking forward to tackling the year ahead- it promises to be a wonderful time. Students may be extra tired this week as they resettle into the routine of school and the extra demands that brings with it. Thank you for taking the opportunity to re-establish positive homework and bedtime routines at home to help with the successful transition.
Click here to visit a Kindness Calendar. It has been a great way to start the new year at home. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pLO3YgHMbRzndaHGV4dpheOZVRxVgUiP/view?usp=sharing
It’s hard to believe that this is the last week of school in 2019. Time is flying by!! We have a very busy week planned that culminates on Friday morning with our holiday celebration.
Thank you for all of the countless volunteers. We couldn’t do it without out. Thank you for all the support you have given your child. We look forward to seeing you all in the New Year!
What a busy week we have ahead of us! Spirit Week is among us.
Monday- Onesie Day, Tuesday- Ugly Holiday Sweater, Wednesday-Meme Day, Thursday- BP Spirit Day, Friday- Pajama Day
Thank you for reminding your child to continue to show ROAR behavior during this busy, festive time.
Welcome Back! We hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Break and enjoyed time with your friends and family. The next 3 weeks will fly by as we prepare for Winter Break. Thank you for reminding your child about R.O.A.R expectations during this busy, busy time.
Happy Thanksgiving! We hope that you are able to enjoy some extra time with family and friends. We are extremely thankful to teach your children and for your continued support. See you Monday!
The First Grade Team
It’s hard to believe that the first trimester came to an end last Friday. Students have worked very hard this trimester and have made so much growth. Report Cards will be available to view on the Aeries Parent Portal this Friday, Nov. 22nd after 3:00 PM.
We look forward to learning more about each of our students during oral presentations this week. Please reference the information that was sent home for specifics.
We hope that everyone enjoyed their 3 day weekend. We are very grateful for the Veterans who have protected and continue to protect our great country. Thank you, Veterans. It is hard to believe the the holiday season is fast approaching. We will spend this month taking the opportunity think about all of the things that we are thankful for throughout the year.
We will have a friendship feast to kick off Thanksgiving Break on Tuesday, November 26th.