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Purchase Inexpensive Office Supplies document sample
Purchase Inexpensive Office Supplies document sample
Welcome To First Grade School Supplies 12 #2 Pencils 2 boxes 16 ct. Crayola Crayons 1 5” Pointed Fiskar Scissors 2 Wide-ruled Composition Book (70 page) 2 Spiral Notebooks 1 9X12 Assorted Construction Paper - Loose 1 box Crayola Classic Broad-tip Washable Markers 6 Pocket Folders w/ Brads-different colors 1 Elmer’s White Glue 8 oz. 2 Glue Sticks 1 Plastic Supply Box 9” X 6” X 2” 2 boxes 200 count Kleenex Tissues School Supplies Please bring in all supplies as soon as possible. Usually around January or February your child will require some supplies to be replenished. Look for the Teacher’s Wish List in the First Grade Newsletter each week. It will list a supply we need in 1st grade. If you are able to send it, it will be greatly appreciated. Classroom Comfort Werecommend leaving a sweater or sweatshirt at school. The classroom does get cold. Self-Manager Program • Each child is expected to follow the 7 virtues. • If they get less than 4 N’s in a five day period : Your child can become a Self-Manager! • Self-Managers are rewarded with special privileges and celebrations! Self-Manager Folder The Self-Manager folder will be sent home daily for parent initials or signature. A Reading list will also be sent in the Self Manager Folder The folder needs to come back to school each day. This Year . . . • Our four Units of Study in Social Studies are: Citizenship and Government in our Community, Cultures of Our Community, Our World, and Changes in Our World. • In addition Core Knowledge topics such as Virtues, Ancient Civilizations and the American Revolution will be explored. Math The primary focal points at Grade 1 are building number sense through number relationships, adding and subtracting whole numbers, organizing and analyzing data, and working with two-and three-dimensional geometric figures Math Investigations games will be coming home. Please save the game pieces for future use. They will be using these pieces again later in the year. Reading/Language Arts During the Reading/Language Arts block your child will participate in the Four Blocks Model: Guided Reading (small group), writing, SSR, and working with words. This is a great opportunity for your child to have small group instruction and receive instruction on his or her level. Word Wall Words • The word wall words will be sent home weekly on the back of the newsletter. It will list the words and word family for each week. Homework • 15 minutes of reading is required each evening. • Rewards will be given to responsible readers. • There will also be daily academic homework listed on the newsletter. Book Orders Book orders will come home monthly. This is a great way for you to purchase inexpensive books to add to your child’s library. Bronco Folders • Your child will bring home the Bronco Folder every day. • Please check it for graded papers and notes DAILY. • Encourage your child to keep it cleaned out and organized. • The folder needs to come back to school each day. Newsletter • A newsletter will be sent home every Monday. • Please review it with your child. It will include important information about what is happening in the classroom and at the school. Library • Your child will be able to check out one or two library books on our assigned day. • At the discretion of the teacher the children may go to the library an additional one or two times a week. Specials • We will rotate through Music, Computer Lab and PE. • Please remember to have your child wear appropriate shoes on PE and Music days. Hopefully we will have at least 2 this year. If you would like to chaperone you must have a completed and cleared DPS form on file in the office 2 weeks prior to the trip. NEISD Electronic Communications System Student Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Permission Form Please fill out an AUP form. We are planning to use a lot of technology in the classroom, and we would like to integrate that on to our school’s web page. The AUP form gives permission for your child to access the Internet, and for us to display their work on the district web site. It also gives permission for photographs and videos of your child to be displayed by NEISD on the Internet. We will only use your child’s pictures to showcase their accomplishments! Absences: We hope that your child never gets sick and has to miss school. But, in the event of illness or family emergency, we understand. Please send a note with your child on the day he or she returns. Speak to your child’s teacher about how they would like to handle completing his or her missed work. Lunch Money Lunch Money can be paid on-line into your child’s account through neisd.net, or you can send the money to the school. It can be turned in to the cafeteria before school starts. Tentative Classroom Schedule 7:45 Dismiss to Class 7:45-8:05 Morning Activities 8:05 Tardy Bell 8:05-8:15 Announcements 8:15-9:45 Math 9:45-10:35 Specials 10:35-11:45 Guided Reading 11:45-12:30 Lunch Science/Social 12:30-12:50 Studies 12:50-1:30 Writing 1:30-1:50 Recess Working With Words/Self 1:50-2:50 Selected Reading 2:50 Dismissal Email Us! Feel free to email any questions or concerns you may have. We try to read email daily and reply as soon as possible. Our emails are: Mrs. Armstrong firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Blaschke email@example.com Mrs. Guthrie firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Nolder email@example.com Mr. Swanson firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Ulrich email@example.com Your Email Please make sure your child’s teacher has your email address. This is a great way for us to communicate with you. Mark Your Calendars… Mandatory Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held September 29th, 30th, and October 1st. We are going to have a wonderful year of learning!
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