The ABC’s of Kindergarten. Cedar Bluff Elementary Mrs. Brown’s Class. My Family. My Husband – Jody Our Children – Sydney & Hudson. Hudson 10. Sydney 22. A. Attendance .
The ABC’s of Kindergarten
Cedar Bluff Elementary
Mrs. Brown’s Class
A successful school experience is the responsibility of the child, the parent and the school. Your child's progress, both academically and socially, is influenced to a great extent by daily participation. Regular attendance without tardiness is a key.
If your child would like to ride the bus to school, you may want to consider it. It is easier for some children if the good-byes are said at home in the morning. The bus gives them a chance to visit with children they do not see often. It is already warm in winter!
Our class members will need to work together so that all students can learn as much as possible. We will work on learning our school rules every day until they are comfortable with them. I will begin sending you a daily report of behavior in September.
I will be sending homework (in the blue folder), but not for a while and based on the need for it. I will let you know when you need to begin watching for it.
The temperature in our classroom tends to change several times a day. A light jacket is great for keeping comfortable.
We will be having several parties throughout our school year. You will be notified of the parties that parents may attend. On some holidays, we will not have a party; we will have a “special” snack.
are sent home every 9 weeks. Please work on any skills your child has not mastered.
We have a bathroom in our classroom your child will be allowed to go when needed.
What can you do to help your child?