Prefixes - un, dis, re, pre
Singular and Plural Pronouns
Math : Time
8:40 Morning Message
8:45 Math Minutes/Calendar/BSW
9:30 English Language Arts
A Day Art
B Day P.E.
C Day Art
D Day Music
E Day Music
F Day Music
G Day P.E.
Please click on the following link for your child's bus route.
Please send your child to school dressed according to the weather for that day. Some children are not adequately prepared for the outdoor weather especially being in between seasons at this time. Please make sure your child has a warm sweater or jacket to wear so that he/she may enjoy recess outside. We know that children need recess time to rejuvenate their bodies and brains for utmost learning, and your assistance in this area is greatly appreciated.
4/4 Family Literacy Night @ 6PM
4/8 PTO Meeting @ 6:30PM, Report Cards issued
4/10 School Council Mtg. @ 3:15PM, School Committee Mtg. @ 6:30PM
4/11 Charlotte's Web All School Field Trip to the Zeiterion
4/15-19 School Vacation
4/24 School Committee Mtg. @ 6:30PM
4/25 Band Mania @ 7PM, FHS
Homework is assigned Monday through Thursday and is due the next school day. All homework is an extension of what was learned that day in class and should be completed by the student with just minimal guidance from an adult at home. Homework will consist of spelling/grammar and math. Additionally, it is expected that each child is practicing their weekly math facts each night throughout the school year.
Please note that paper flash cards go home weekly and are lettered A-Z. Once we have completed all addition facts we will begin subtraction facts. All children should be reading as much and as often at home on a regular basis. Because homework is a necessary component that helps support learning at home, I appreciate all of your time and effort that will ensure your child's success.
*****Some children will be receiving an extra math facts practice sheet every night if they are not meeting the expectation for that week's skills.
****Also, please note that unfinished classwork goes home to be completed for homework with the parent's support.
All students have now been taught both upper and lower case letters in cursive. We have completely transitioned over to cursive and will no longer be using manuscript print. You may see some small exceptions to this for example math or filling in a graphic organizer, but otherwise please encourage your child to write in cursive. At this point, the most difficult task is over and it is just practice, practice, and more practice. I am very proud of their efforts and I'm sure you will continue to see improvement as the year continues. Thank you for all of your patience and support during this transition process. It takes a lot of courage and motivation to become a skilled writer, and your children are well on their way:)