Thank you for helping to get our school year off to such a wonderful start! I have been enjoying my time with your children thus far, and am so very glad that we have the rest of the year to spend together.
Bible memory books are due on Thursday, October 3. The verse for Thursday is Genesis 8:22 - "As long as the earth remains, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night, shall not cease
Please be sure to send your child's Bible memory book to school on Thursday, October 3. I will send a new verse on Tuesday, October 8.
Grandparents’ Day is on Friday, October 4. Please keep in mind that this is a half-day of school. Our day will end at . We will not be having lunch at school on half-days.
Picture Day will be Wednesday, October 9. You should have received information in the white envelope on October 1.
Our Field Trip to
is scheduled for Friday, October 11. Ashland Nature Center holds programs rain or shine, so please be sure to dress
your child appropriately for the weather. Remember to pack a fully
disposable brown bag lunch for your student. Ashland
The Annual Banquet is on Friday, October 18 here at the school. It is going to be a wonderful evening celebrating God's provision for our school. Childcare will be provided. Please be sure to send your RSVP; I hope to see you there!
We are celebrating two birthdays this month:
Autumn has a birthday on October 26.
Gracelyn has a birthday on October 31.
Happy birthday, Friends!!
Happy birthday, Friends!!
Our classroom is full of excited learners this year! We have been reading Colors Glowing, our first story reader of the year. The students are having a good time reading about the Miller and Lopez families, and we have had a few good laughs together at some of the silly situations that the characters find themselves in!
homework begins this month. You should have received your
child's Book-It tracking calendar in the white envelope on October 1. This will
also serve as our homework tracking calendar for the month of October. Your
child's goal is to read (aloud to a grown-up) for 150 minutes this month. Reading
We are working on many interesting things in math class this year, and I would like to ask for your help. I would like each child to spend some time at home practicing math flash cards for addition and subtraction. These can be bought (they are available at Wal-Mart, as well as well as many other stores) or made with index cards or poster board. Children should practice addition and subtraction facts up to 20. This will help your child as concepts become more difficult in math class, as well as when we begin administering timed tests. We've started using our Kickin' It math minutes program this week and the students are very excited to begin earning belts for knowing math facts!
A Look Ahead:
~The First Quarter will end on Friday, November 1. Report Cards will be sent home via RenWeb on Friday, November 8.
~Conferences will be held on Monday, November 25 and Tuesday, November 26. Please watch for information to be sent home in the white envelopes.
Please be sure that your child is returning homework in a timely manner. Math homework is sent almost daily, and should be returned on the very next school day.
Again, thank you for your help thus far, and I look forward to continuing to work with each of you as our school year progresses!