Contact Information. Lindsey Zoellner 314-854-6240 firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome to First Grade!. A Day in the Life of a Glenridge Elementary School First Grader. The start of our day. At 8:30, we line up when the bell rings to enter the school building.
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Welcome to First Grade!
A Day in the Life of
a Glenridge Elementary School
At 8:30, we line up when the bell rings to enter the school building.
During Independent Reading, each child reads “just right” books from his or her own book box.
“During Independent Reading we read ‘just right’ books.”
“During Making Meaning we read and talk about books.”
A higher level group that is working on comprehension strategies.
Throughout the year, the children learn the craft of writing by authoring personal narratives as well as expository pieces based on topic research.
Writing ‘How To’ and Nonfiction Stories
Math in Focus: The Singapore
Approach is a math curriculum from
Singapore adapted for U.S. classrooms
based on updated math standards.
This year, your first grader will focus on:
numbers to 100
Air and Weather
The CLAYMO Promise
I will take good care of myself,
all the people around me,
and all the things around me.
Love and Logic Philosophy
How to navigate to First Grade Web Page.
D Days- PE/Spanish
Put a water bottle in your child’s backpack everyday.
* No peanuts or tree nuts or products containing peanuts or tree nuts may be brought into classrooms for any purpose, such as snacks, classroom parties, birthdays, etc.
* No peanuts or tree nuts or products containing peanuts or tree nuts will be served in the school cafeterias.
Students may not have nuts in their lunches or classrooms. The restrictions apply, but are not limited, to:
* Snacks, including snacks for events such as classroom parties, etc.
* Any other items brought into the school by students, parents, patrons, vendors or others.
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