Welcome To Our Classroom . About The Teachers. Mrs. Reszczenski I have been married to my fabulous husband for 15 years. I have a dog named Lexie, and I love to go shopping, read, and eat chocolate! . Mrs. Seguin
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I have been married to my fabulous husband for 15 years. I have a dog named Lexie, and I love to go shopping, read, and eat chocolate!
I have been married for a year to my wonderful husband Joe. I have a cat named Donut, and I love to read, ride my bike, and drink Starbucks!
We love working together and teaching our first grade friends at Ohio School. This is our second year working together, and we make a great team. Please come to us for any questions or concerns that may arise throughout the school year!
First Grade is an exciting adventure for your child! Together we will create independent learners who will develop skills that will last them a lifetime. We will strive to take pride in our work and instill a love for learning.
Mrs. Wendy Seguin
807-3800 Ext. 7106
Mrs. Julie Reszczenski
807-3800 Ext. 7110
You can also visit our Teacher Webpages at www.ntschools.org
This is a typical day in our classroom.
Day 1 – Gym
Day 2 – Gym
Day 3 – Music
Day 4 – Computers
Day 5 – Library
Day 6 – Gym
Our daily lunch is from 1:10 – 1:35
Please remember to send in a healthy snack every day for your child.
First Grade does not receive numerical grades.
They are graded on Effort and Achievement.
Achieving beyond grade level
Able to work independently
Intrinsically motivated—a self starter
Achieving within a range of average to slightly above average
Able to work independently most of the time
Developing good study habits
Working accurately most of the time
Achieving grade level work
Able to do some work independently but needs more direction and guidance
Developing good study habits
Accurate but works slowly
A rapid worker but makes careless mistakes
Achieving below grade level, but is making a sincere effort to improve
Frequently unable to work independently
Needing a great amount of guidance and direction
Lacking in good study habits
Achieving significantly below grade level
Unable to work independently
Very careless in doing work
Skill level not adequate for grade level success
Not developing good study habits
Indicating a performance level that is improving but not satisfactory
Your child will have nightly math homework. Please work with your child to complete the math homework each night and return it to school the following day.
Guided reading is a strategy that a teacher uses to help students become great readers. The teacher\'s role is to provide support to a small group of students by using a variety of reading strategies to guide them to become successful in reading. Books used in guided reading are taken from the Ohio Book room. These books are specifically chosen to address the reading abilities of each child, and are used to increase their reading strategies. These books include both fiction and non-fiction selections that cover a wide variety of topics.
* During this small group work the other children in the room are actively engaged doing independent literacy activities.
A, B, C, D
D, E, F, G, H, I , J
During shared reading, a story is read by the teacher to a whole group of children. The children are engaged in the literature through discussions, predictions, illustrations, and questioning techniques.
During independent reading, children are able to select a text and read silently to themselves for an extended period of time. The child can select books that are “just right” for them. They are able to make connections within the book.
These areas are integrated through literature, writing, math and all content areas. In addition, the students will be participating in many hands-on science experiments to enhance learning.
Some topics include:
Community Helpers Matter
Weather and Seasons Holidays
Plants and Animals Map Skills
Many field trips are planned around our science and social studies themes to provide the children with hands on experiences.
Welook forward to working with you and your child this year. It is going to be a wonderful year filled with exciting learning activities!