The October Scholastic book order came home with your First Grader on Friday. All information can always be found on our classroom website on the Scholastic Book Clubs page. You may order online OR send in order forms with payment into school with your student. (No Cash please, only check or money order). Orders are due by this Friday, October 21st. Class Activation Code: GNM3J
Zoo Field Trip
We are leaving for the zoo promptly at 9:15am on Wednesday. Please make sure your student is dressed for the weather and for walking around the zoo. We will go rain or shine! Also, if you did not notify me of wanting to buy a sack lunch from Food Service, please remember to send your student with a sack lunch(disposable) for that day.
Thank you to all chaperones:
Ms. Burdick, Mr. Bush, Ms. Edwards, Mrs. Cash, Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Garland, Mrs. Kraut, Mrs. Rife, Mrs. Schlaff, Mrs. Stidham, and Mrs. Demucha
*A detailed schedule/group assignment will be given to chaperones that morning.
Halloween Party Volunteers/Donations
Mrs . Wehner (Spencer's Mom) will be organizing our Halloween Party. We recently sent an email with information on the party and the link to Signup Genius for volunteer opportunities/donations. This link has also been posted on the Parents Page for our classroom website. Let us know if you are able to help and be a part of the party :) * Remember you MUST fill in the background check form EVERY YEAR in order to volunteer during the party: http://www.slcs.us/enrolling/on-line_volunteer_form/index.php
Reading Log Stickers
Every morning I check student's reading logs to see what books they read the night before or who they read to. Stickers are given on reading logs and students clip up for showing me at-home responsibility. On Mondays when I check, some students have read 2-3 times over the weekend which is just awesome :) Yet, I only give one sticker for the weekend so please know that this is not going unrecognized. In addition, if there is a Guest Teacher, I do not leave instructions for them to give out stickers as this can be cumbersome for them to do in the morning when they are become acquainted with the students. Happy Reading!
Does your First Grader Know How to...
-How to tie their shoes? (Have them prove it to me in class to become part of the Shoe Tying Club!)
-When their birthday is? (month, date, year)
-What their address is? (including city)
If not, these may be helpful to practice throughout the First Grade school year!