It is very important to let us know if there is a change in your child’s routine! If they are going home another way, please send a note into school. If someone else is picking them up, they will be required to show photo ID before the student is released
Your child will receive a take home folder that will travel to and from school everyday. This is the place to look for and to place notes.
Thank you for all the supplies that were brought it. Our classroom will use these as community supplies, so we will all share them
The best way to contact me is email. I will get back to you within 24 hours. My email is [email protected] Other options are sending in a note or calling the school (571-434-4590).
guidance (every other week)
Friday Computer Lab
7:30-8:00 Student Arrival/Morning Routine
8:40-9:10 Health/Science/Social Studies
9:10-9:20 Bathroom Break
9:20-10:50 Language Arts
11:20-11:50 Recess/ Bathroom Break
11:50-12:20 Writer’s Workshop
12:20-12:30 Independent Reading
2:00-2:20 Power Up
Keep hands and feet to self
2) Follow directions
3) Raise hand to speak
4) Be kind to others
5) Always try your best
-fuzz balls, green Road Runner tickets, stickers, and whole group rewards
Move kid pin on the “light”
Break/ time out
Phone call/ note home
As the amount of student work that is sent home increases, you will begin to see several letters at the top of students’ work:
If work is used as an assessment it will be marked with one of four letters:
E- Exceeds standard. This indicates mastery of the skill or content taught.
M- Meets standard. This indicates mastery of the skill or content taught.
P- Progressing towards standard. The student has mastered some of the required content, but has not yet displayed full mastery.
B- Below standard. Student has not yet learned the required content or mastered the skill.
Student Work Guide Cont.
If work is used as practice to help master the content (not an assessment):
The work will often be marked with a sticker, star, check mark, or a smiley face, etc.
Some work is completed during center time or morning work and may not be marked.
Celebrating a birthday is very exciting! Unfortunately birthday parties are not given and invitations may NOT be distributed at school. To celebrate your child’s birthday, you can donate: school supplies for the class, a gently used book, or game to our classroom. I will place a special sticker on that item stating who it was from.
You may also send in goody bags with non-food items such as: erasers, bubbles, rulers, pencils, etc. which will be distributed at the end of class.
If school is closed, you can find out through the county website, watching local news stations, and listening to the radio.
If LCPS has a 1 hour delay, students will begin arriving at school at 8:30. If LCPS has a 2 hour delay, students will begin arriving at school at 9:30.
If LCPS decides to close early, parents will be notified by the website. If this happens, we will assume that the students will make their way home as they normally would.
Child’s Allergies*(food and/or drug):
*IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THIS INFORMATION IS ON THE EMERGENCY CARD IN THE OFFICE.
Bees, seasonal allergies, cold foods, dust, pineapple, peanuts, etc…
What additional information would you like to share about your child? Favorite web site, cartoon, place to go, animal, stuffed animal, etc…
Please take a few minutes to look at the volunteer opportunities and check those which you are interested in doing.
What days and times are you available?
_____Come in to the school as needed to help prepare
materials and make copies
_____Have materials sent home to cut, glue, or put together
_____Guest Reader (I can provide the book)
Thank you in advance for your support!!!
In kindergarten , children become friends, and families wish to set up play dates. If you would like to share and have the information distributed with other parents in the class, please provide the following information.
Child’s Name: _____________________________
Parent Name: ____________________________
E-mail Address: ___________________________
Phone Number: ___________________________
Once a month
Starts Oct. 1
Here are some topics we are considering:
How does Rolling Ridge measure up?
How can I support my child at home?
Does reading at home really matter?
Tips for parents to keep from going crazy!!
Internet safety = How can I protect my child?
We are also on Facebook and Twitter!!
11 -12:30 pm FRIDAY