Welcome to Curriculum Night!. Mrs. Rignall’s Kindergarten. 2014-2015 School Year. A Little About Myself. I have a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Northern Arizona University in Elementary Education.
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Welcome to Curriculum Night!
A Little About Myself
Our Daily Schedule
Tonight I will take you through our daily schedule as I talk about each curriculum area and other important information you will need to know.
Daily, explicit, systematic lessons to improve student’s fluency in letter/sound recognition, blending and decoding words, and reading high frequency words. These quick daily lessons also work on phonemic awareness skills.
-Students will be able to provide key ideas and details from text
-Understand the structure of various kinds of text
-Make comparisons within and between texts
-Understand the concepts of print
-apply decoding skills
-read common sight words
-read appropriate texts
Speaking and Listening Development
-Students will be able to demonstrate listening comprehension
-present knowledge and ideas orally
Writing and Language Development
-Students will be able to draw, dictate, and write to create different types of text (opinion, personal narratives, etc)
-engage in the writing process
-use appropriate writing conventions and vocabulary
-participate in projects to recall or gather information
Focus on: (Please read handout at home)
1.) Life Science- living things/non-living things, five senses, and human body
2.) Physical Science- magnets and properties of objects
3.) Earth and Space- weather, earth materials, and conservation
4.) History and Nature of Science- people and jobs in science
2. Impulse Control/Problem Solving
3. Anger/Emotion Management
Assessment, Conferences, Report Cards
Student of the Week
You can easily reach me at my school email:
Classroom Phone Number (after/before school hours only)- 541-2912
Office Phone- 541-2800
1. Go to Kyrene School District homepage
2. Click on Schools
3. Click on Esperanza
4. Click on Classrooms
5. Click on Mrs. Rignall
Please check the website frequently for newsletters, important dates, and other information.
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for taking the time to attend Curriculum Night!
I look forward to working with you and your child this year. It is going to be a wonderful year filled with exciting learning activities!
To access facts about the Kyrene curriculum and the Common Core Standards go to: